The recently recovered Spock is traveling back to Earth with his fellow crew members James T. Kirk, Montgomery Scott, Leonard McCoy, Hikaru Sulu, Uhura, and Chekov. Once on Earth, they will stand trial for stealing the Enterprise on a renegade mission to save Spock's life, a mission which led to the Enterprise's destruction. When they arrive back home in their stolen Klingon starship, they discover a mysterious alien cylinder that is causing huge amounts of damage to Earth's ecosystem. After Spock investigates, they discover the aliens are descendants of humpback whales, magnificent creatures that once lived in Earth's oceans until they were made extinct by human greed. Captain Kirk proposes a risky plan that takes the crew back in time to 1986, where they hope to find two Adam and Eve humpback whales to bring back to the present, where they could repopulate the Earth and appease the aliens.
Admiral James "Jim" T. Kirk
Dr. Leonard "Bones" McCoy
Montgomery "Scotty" Scott
Production Budget - $21,000,000
Domestic Gross - $109,713,132 (5th)
Worldwide Gross - $133,000,000 (7th)
Domestic Adjusted for 2013 - $241,309,746
Worldwide Adjusted for 2013 - $292,528,302
Filming locations include:
Santa Clarita, California
Chinatown, San Francisco, California
Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco, California
Golden Gate National Recreation Area, San Francisco, California
North Beach, San Francisco, California
Marina District, San Francisco, California
Santa Ana, California
San Francisco, California
Agua Dulce, California
West Harbor, Marina District, San Francisco, California
Pacific Palisades, Los Angeles, California
1. Beaming down to Earth December 12 1986
2. They travelled back where 23rd century man had never gone before. To a mad, crazy, outrageous time. 1986.
3. How on Earth can they save the future?
4. The key to saving the future, can be found only in the past.
by Craig Hundley
I Hate You
Written by Kirk R. Thatcher
Performed by Edge of Etiquette
Academy Awards Nominations:
3. Sound Editing
4. Original Score