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View Poll Results: Which was the best Star Trek film for you?
Star Trek: The Motion Picture 2 6.06%
Star Trek: The Wrath of Kahn 18 54.55%
Star Trek: The Search for Spock 0 0%
Star Trek: The Voyage Home 3 9.09%
Star Trek: The Final Frontier 1 3.03%
Star Trek: The Undiscovered Country 3 9.09%
Star Trek: Generations 1 3.03%
Star Trek: First Contact 5 15.15%
Star Trek: Insurrection 0 0%
Star Trek: Nemesis 0 0%
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Old 01-02-2009, 08:07 PM
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TWOK still gets my vote, including the TNG films or not.
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The Voyage Home was classic Trek at its best.
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TFF. I laughed (Scotty headbump), I cried (spock's pain), and was thrilled (sybok/spock brother shocker).

V needed some love in this poll
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As much as I loved TWOK, I loved The Undiscovered Country more. Filled with drama, comedy and a great story about learning to live with one another (humans and klingons) and the prejudice that guides our lives that we don't even realize is affecting us.
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TFF. I laughed (Scotty headbump), I cried (spock's pain), and was thrilled (sybok/spock brother shocker).

V needed some love in this poll
You're brave! I personally would claim no association with that film in this forum. The other members would not respect me. Even if I did like It I wouldn't let the secret out that I did in any way shape or form.

But your love for V is noted and ...... I see your pain!
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I'll give V some love too, though it's pretty low in the list, I think it's gotten a bad rap. The basic story is solid and thought provoking IMO. Lose the design and way Paradise City was portrayed, that whole bar thing, poor some money into decent effects then I think it'd have been a pretty solid movie. It just hard to swallow Trek V, even though there is a good story in there.

It's a not seeing the forest for the trees sort of thing, or is it the other way around? Not seeing the trees for the forest? Well whatever, Trek V could use a little more love.
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You're brave! I personally would claim no association with that film in this forum. The other members would not respect me. Even if I did like It I wouldn't let the secret out that I did in any way shape or form.

But your love for V is noted and ...... I see your pain!
Says the person whose username and avatar are Sybock I respect even if you do like Star Trek V.
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i voted for TWOK but boy was it close. i was tempted to vote TVH trek 4 as it has so many classic lines it it.

but frankly it was almost an impossible task to decide.

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It's a tough choice... between WOK, and FC...

Wrath of Khan is the story that brought Trek to the big screen and re-installed the emotional base between the characters that made Star Trek so engaging on the small screen. It also was the film that cemented that "Captain Horatio Hornblower in Space" feel that is so attractive to a general audiance.

First Contact is also in the running because it's a really good ensamble peice, with a solid story built around some of the best villians that TNG came up with.
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I ckecked the wrong one lol. I meant to check WoK but checked STtM.
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