Star Trek V: The Final Frontier

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Paramount Released 1989

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Director:
William Shatner
Released:
1989
Rating:
PG

The film begins during a rare period of respite for the crew of the Enterprise, as Captain Kirk, Spock, and Dr. McCoy camp in Yosemite National Park during shore leave. However, their vacation is cut short by a hostage situation that demands the Enterprise's attention. However, once they reach their destination, the crew realize that there is no hostage situation. The whole thing was orchestrated by Spock's Vulcan half-brother, Sybok, who sought to lure a starship to him to assist in a mission of extreme importance to find and communicate with God.

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  • 63

    USA Today Mike Clark

    The starship Enterprise is back, piloted for the first time (from behind the camera, that is) by William Shatner. Though he doesn't exactly parallel-park Star Trek V: The Final Fro...

  • 63

    Boston Globe Jay Carr

    There are times when "Star Trek V" seems padded and low-impact, but there are things to like, too. [9 June 1989, p.81]

  • 50

    Chicago Sun-Times Roger Ebert

    "Star Trek V" is pretty much of a mess - a movie that betrays all the signs of having gone into production at a point where the script doctoring should have begun in earnest. There...

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    William Shatner

    William Shatner

    Captain James "Jim" T. Kirk

    Leonard Nimoy

    Leonard Nimoy

    Spock

    DeForest Kelley

    DeForest Kelley

    Dr. Leonard "Bones" McCoy

    James Doohan

    James Doohan

    Montgomery "Scotty" Scott

    Walter Koenig

    Walter Koenig

    Pavel Chekov

    George Takei

    George Takei

    Hikaru Sulu

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      • Production Budget - $33,000,000
        Domestic Gross - $55,200,000 (24th)
        Worldwide Gross - $73,000,000 (22nd)

        Domestic Adjusted for 2013 - $113,458,942
        Worldwide Adjusted for 2013 - $150,045,340

      • Filming locations include:
        Alabama Hills, Lone Pine, California
        Owens Lake, California
        Ridgecrest, California
        Yosemite National Park, California

      • Taglines:
        1. The Enterprise is back. This time, have they gone too far?
        2. Adventure and Imagination Will Meet At the Final Frontier.
        3. What does God need with a starship?
        4. The greatest Enterprise of all is adventure.
        5. Why Are They Putting Seatbelts In Theatres This Summer?

      • Music:
        The Moon's A Window To Heaven
        Music by Jerry Goldsmith
        Lyrics by John Bettis
        Performed by Hiroshima
        Fanfare from Star Trek Television Series
        Music by Alexander Courage

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    Futuristic