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Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (1982)

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binary options no deposit free bonus Directed by: Nicholas Meyer
Starring: William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, DeForest Kelley, James Doohan, George Takei, Walter Koenig, Nichelle Nichols, Ricardo Montalban, Kirstie Alley, Bibi Besch, Merritt Butrick, Paul Winfield

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http://clarionmusic.com/?kyzja=opzioni-binarie-gioco-d%27azzardo-o-di-trading&206=83 opzioni binarie gioco d'azzardo o di trading The Trek universe is ripe with potential. You can take it in many directions. In this case, the creators of Trek 2 were to concentrate on character interaction and large emotional themes. The trick was to interweave the two, a job that Meyer and Bennett were to perform rather satisfactorily. When we start off, we see Kirstie Alley’s Lt. Saavik dragging the Enterprise across the Klingon neutral zone, which results in the death of the bridge crew. Only then do we find out that it’s all a simulation (The Kobayashi Maru), as Admiral James T. Kirk (Shatner) walks out warning Saavik that “Klingons do not take prisoners.” (This of course, was to be proven false in Star Trek 3). When we see Kirk, it’s his birthday and he is depressed as he faces the possibility that he is past his prime. (McCoy scolds him: “Damn it Jim, what the hell is the matter with you? Other people have birthdays, why are we treating yours like a funeral? “) Cut to a scene where First Officer Chekov (Walter Koenig) beams down to Ceti Alpha VI with Captain Terrell (Paul Winfield) doing planetary surveys for the scientists of space station Regula One. The scientists running Regula One include Carol Marcus (Bibi Besch) and her son David (Merritt Butrick). And, oh yes, David’s father happens to be a certain admiral who used to command the Enterprise back in the day. But let’s not get ahead of ourselves – through a mix-up, Chekov runs into Khan Noonien Singh, the genetic superman from 1996, who along with his merry band of genetically perfected followers proceed to take over the Federation starship Reliant. You may remember Khan from the TOS episode Space Seed, where he was brought out of suspended animation and later banished to Ceti Alpha V by Captain Kirk. Khan, in a rather hostile mood this time around, implants these really icky worm-like creatures in Chekov and Terrell’s brains, rendering them rather susceptible to “suggestion”.

<em>I'm afraid it's true, sir... I drank all the Romulan Ale!</em>

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http://mercymedcolumbus.com/contact-us binäre optionen app demo All clear so far? It seems that Khan is quite pissed for being left on a dying planet, blaming Kirk for his wife’s death, and is out for revenge. As Khan defines it, revenge is a dish that is best served cold. It’s an old Klingon proverb – well, actually, it comes from the 18th century French novel Dangerous Liaisons, but that didn’t stop Quentin Tarantino from referencing it in Kill Bill as Klingon in origin. Who am I to argue with QT? Anyway, Montalban plays Khan with this wonderful slow burn – it’s an intensity that occasionally gives way to short bursts of rage. Considering Meyer is a fan of Moby-Dick, you will hear a lot of dialogue coming out of Khan’s mouth from said book, as Trek 2 rather blatantly makes the connection between Khan and Ahab, with Kirk (Enterprise) compared to the whale who tasks him. There are also plenty of Dickens references – A Tale of Two Cities is given to Kirk by Spock as a birthday present, and the movie will be playing out some of its themes later. Khan is motivated mainly by vengeance, but as a bonus, he’ll take the Genesis device, devised by the scientists of Regula One, which is capable of wiping whole planets and reorganizing the life on them at incredible speeds. This leads to a nice scene where McCoy’s humanism is pitted against Spock’s cold logic. “You’re talking about universal Armageddon! You green blooded, inhuman…”

<em>Khan, you little whippersnapper! Get off my property!</em>

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<em>I'm dying here... can you at least get the Vulcan greeting right this time?</em>

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