The rest of the movie was good, but the first fifteen minutes were great. Robeau and George Kirk were some brave, selfless, S.O.B.'s! The death ride of the Kelvin was a gut wrenching thrill and a half. James T. Kirk was born in the center of conflict, where he would be for the rest of his life. If the rest of the film had been as good as the first fifteen minutes, it would have been a classic of the highest caliber.
"One of the many, the proud, the friends of Zardoz".