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Star Trek 2:Wrath of Khan

OK, I know everyone knows this is the best of all of the Star Trek films and it is also one of the best sci-fi films of all time, but if you don't already know its time for us to get you hipped to it. No where is the action fiercer, the drama more intense and the fight between good and evil, more complex and gray. More like a great Shakespeare play, this brilliant tale of revenge and heroism has great battles and plenty of casualties. No finale is more gut-wrenching than this one. For fans and non-fans alike. This one is a masterpiece in every sense of the word.

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