Apart from these, the movie was quite boring. I don't think I will watch this movie again.
This movie had an interesting plot twist, in that two warring races were genetically identical, so it was really just a generational conflict, albeit a deadly one. This movie also tackles similar Prime Directive issues as the TNG episode Who Watches The Watchers. Some sequences are cliched, but it's watchable - once. I could watch this again, if I'm showing it to someone who hasn't seen it before, but I probably can't sit through it again alone.
I may see this movie again, but I think I will fast-forward many scenes.
07. Star Trek Beyond (2016)
06. Star Trek (2009)
05. Star Trek: First Contact (1996)
This is definitely one for my home theatre's rerun schedule.
This is in fact one of my most often played movies at home, especially when I'm introducing newbies to the Trek genre.
Oh, and Vengeance is the ultimate in cool for a villain's ship.
This movie was also a classic because of its cynical lesson - that not everyone is happy with the end of a long-running conflict. Some people can be so threatened by peace that they will even team up with their counterparts on the other side to sabotage the chance for peace. This was also the first time I realised that Vulcans could be villains too.
01. Star Trek II: The Wrath Of Khan (1982)
I'm Indian, and I know that "Khan Noonien Singh" is a nonsense name for a supposed Indian prince. Is the man supposed to be Muslim (Khan) or Hindu/Sikh (Singh)? And what kind of name is "Noonien"? The writers of Star Trek seem to have a thing for this name, since Data's creator is supposed to be a "Dr Noonien Soong". So now Noonien is an East Asian name as well? Aargh!