Question with boldness even the existence of a God; because, if there be one, he must more approve of the homage of reason, than that of blind-folded fear.
I'm a philistine when it comes to All things Star Trek , but recently watched " wrath of Khan " for the first time and thoroughly devoured its entertaining and sage contents. I was a good deal more enamored by the "motion picture" than the members of Starbase66 seem to have been , While watching it I couldn't help but draw enjoyment from its obvious similarities with Kubrick's ominous 2001: A space odyssey.I know why a true Star Trek fan wouldn't like it , it was no Star Trek at its heart. It missed out on the ethical and philosophical connotations so profusely exhibited by the series and some of the other Star Trek films I've seen in the past.
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