Very dated, quirky and easily the tamest of the Star Trek movies
Leonard Nimoy directed the 1986 films, Star Trek: The Voyage home, which is, of course, the fourth film in the Star Trek film series. Previously, Nimoy had directed the third Star Trek film, The Search for Spock. So, I guess our very own Mr. Sock enjoyed the experience of making one of these films so much, that he just had to come back and make another one. Turns out, he made a really, really good decision: It was the highest grossing, most acclaimed and most loved Star Trek film until the masterpiece that is Star Trek: First Contact, came out. But, even that film didn't make as much money as it did. The story is unusual, even for a Star Trek Film: The crew of the U.S.S. enterprise must go back in time to San Francisco 1986, to find a pair of humpback wales, which have gone instinct in the 23 century, and bring them safely back there. Ridiculous? Heck, no! This is Star Trek! That's one of the many things that I love about it! Star Trek: The Voyage Home is also, by far, the most lighthearted and funny of the Star Trek films, which makes it pretty much a sci-fi- comedy. So, it is still fittingly rated PG: There is very infrequent sci-fi action violence which almost always maintains a comical mood and tone. also, there is slightly more frequent profanity, than in most Star trek movies, but it is also, almost always used for humor. And, finally, there is some frequent drinking and one minor drug reference. So, if you are a Star Trek fan and you haven't yet checked this movie out, than what the heck could you possibly be waiting for?
This title contains:
Violence & scariness
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking