Digital restoration release on the big screen – another chance to revisit a film of childhood in definition far greater than I’d ever seen, and in this case than the film producers had probably ever intended.  I’d forgotten about how fractious the whole Star Trek film franchise was following the polished high-budget turd that the first film was.  This sequel rescued it somewhat, but isn’t without its total nonsequiturs and profoundly silly early-80s visions of the future (realised through the provision of contemporary hairstyles).

Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
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