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Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan 4K 1982 DC Ultra HD 2160p

Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan 4K 1982 DC Ultra HD 2160p
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Country: USA
Time: 113 min
IMDB: 7.7
Director: Nicholas Meyer
Actors: William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, DeForest Kelley, James Doohan, Walter Koenig, George Takei, Nichelle Nichols, Bibi Besch, Merritt Butrick, Paul Winfield, Kirstie Alley, Ricardo Montalban, Ike Eisenmann, John Vargas, John Winston, Paul Kent, Nicholas Guest, Russell Takaki.

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Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan 4K 1982 DC Ultra HD 2160p
Admiral Kirk's midlife crisis seemed to him of paramount importance. But only until he received a message from the planet Seta Alpha 5 that his old enemy had appeared, hungry for revenge.

Khan, a genetically created superhuman with highly developed intellect, physical strength and ambition, has already met once with the Enterprise's crew, but then he and his people, who decided to seize the ship, were stopped and left as punishment on the first habitable planet they came across.

And now, after 15 years, Khan was able to get out of his forced hermitage. And he has only one goal - to destroy Kirk, whom he considers the culprit of all his misfortunes. The long-standing confrontation between two strong personalities will now unfold against the backdrop of the Federation's secret experiments on terraforming planets.

But this time, Kirk will have to defeat, whatever the cost, and he will have to start by defeating his own ego ...

Review 4K Movie

This is better than the first movie. I had to put the same marks, but there I put a point for nostalgia, and here let it be seven with a plus solid.

Still, it's not quite 'good'.

Let's start with a little bit: Starfleet has changed uniforms again. Much better - however, instead of breeches, the crew was given flared trousers with stripes, and women too, and everyone's top was made red, but not a jumper, but a jacket. Well, why seek from good to good? The original shape was absolutely beautiful.

The plot is based on one of the episodes of the original series ('The Cosmic Seed'). In the ending of that episode, Kirk made a blatantly idiotic decision (which he constantly made on the show, in fact), sending almost a hundred extremely dangerous creatures, repeat offenders with superpowers, to a desert planet without telling anyone about it. In fact, after the events of this film, he was supposed to be sent to court for this - if everything turned out differently, Khan would have arranged this ...

Well, in fact, the consequences of this mistake here Kirk, already an admiral, and overtook. Did anyone say to him in the film: 'It's his own fault'? No. This is bad.

Khan himself. Um, a handsome man, and better than he was in his youth (he played in the same episode, the actor is just a fine fellow, that he agreed to the role). But all the praises that critics and fans sing to him, I am a little surprised. The main villain is a typical charismatic, subspecies 'obsessed with revenge'. Completely rode the roof, which is obvious even at his first appearance. Kirk spared him, one might say, in those early years, and he was so angry with him. How did he not understand with his superintelligence that any normal captain would have pushed him into prison for at least a lifetime, and most likely would have shot him? And where did this superintelligence somehow manifest itself?

Khan's entourage is a faceless crowd, except for one. The line with him, the young guy who was trying to put Khan on the path of reason, is very casual. Who is this boy to him? In the wikia on Star Trek it is written that after some kind of novelization, an adopted son - well, but in the film, where is that? At first Khan ignores him, and then suddenly he is very dear to him. And what an opportunity to draw a parallel with Kirk and his family circumstances! Why is it so careless, huh?

No less careless is the line with Spock's protégé, a young, pointed-eared lady. Who is she at least? Vulcan, half-blood with a man, Romulan? Again, there is some novelization of a half-volcano-half-Mulan (this explains her some emotionality: a change of hairstyle, a shed tear and all that), but again, in the film, where is it? All she did in the plot-forming film was to get to the bottom of Kirk, how, they say, he went through 'Kobayashi Maru'. Obviously Spock singles her out, but why, only as a countrywoman or as the best student, or what?

Further, what is this nonsense with Chekhov? Why didn't that wood louse suddenly do to him what she did to all the other victims? Some kind of piano in the bushes.

But then I have practically no complaints about the line of friendship between Kirk and Spock. The coolest scene is not the one that is closer to the finale. On that tension of emotions, many nuances and subtleties simply cannot be discerned. But when Kirk and Spock at the beginning of the film decide which of them will be the captain in the mission, it's just lovely. The essence of the dialogue (what they mean, although they speak more formally, and Spock, as usual, rests on logic) is this: "I delegate authority to you, you will be pleased," Spock says. “No, I don’t want at the expense of you, leave it to yourself,” Kirk says kindly, showing with all his appearance that he really wants to steer his beloved ship again, but for the sake of friendship he’s ready to endure, appreciate, they say, my sacrifice. At the same time, he knows very well that Spock will not take advantage of his courtesy. 'No, I will gladly work once more under your leadership.' And he adds the phrase: 'You are my commander, and you are also my friend. I have always been and will be yours. ' To which Kirk, by the way, does not respond with such a confession. What are they actually about? Both believe (without saying it aloud) that Spock owes Kirk a lot - owes him for the very fact of friendship, and owes all those external signs of friendship that as a Vulcan he did not express to Kirk in their entire career together. And now Kirk is charging interest with satisfaction. Actually, with his final act, Spock, among other things, tried, apparently, to close the debt. He repeats: 'I have always been and will be your friend' - returning to that dialogue. To which Kirk is completely speechless (nothing smarter than "Spock!" Excellent too. All Nimoy's gestures and movements are especially thought out and beautiful. Shatner clearly does not deliberately draw the audience's attention to himself in this scene.

On the other hand, I do not understand at all why Kirk and McCoy were not given a personal conversation at the end. Logically, Kirk had to go through the situation with him - McCoy is also not a stranger, and as Kirk McCoy's 'second best friend' in the film, he quite acts, as it should. Instead, we are given dialogue with a completely different character from a completely different line. Thus, the line with McCoy is somehow unfinished, who has a meaningful dialogue at the beginning of the film, but at the end - only an exchange of replicas over the head of a woman scientist, another long-standing love of Kirk.

This movie, by the way, explained a lot to me about the situations and scenes in the restart of the franchise. Perhaps, after I finish with the old full-length films, it will be necessary to re-watch both new films.

Mediainfo

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English: Dolby TrueHD 7.1 (48kHz, 24-bit)
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English: Dolby Digital 2.0
French: Dolby Digital 2.0
German: Dolby TrueHD 2.0
German: Dolby Digital 2.0
Spanish: Dolby Digital 2.0
Japanese: Dolby Digital 5.1

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English, English SDH, French, German, Japanese, Spanish, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, Norwegian, Swedish.
movie BDRip Video
Codec: HEVC / H.265
Resolution: Native 4K (2160p)
HDR: Dolby Vision, HDR10
Aspect ratio: 2.40:1
Original aspect ratio: 2.39:1

Audio
English: Dolby TrueHD 7.1 (48kHz, 24-bit)
English: DTS-HD Master Audio 7.1 (48kHz, 24-bit)
English: Dolby Digital 5.1

Subtitles
English, English SDH, French, German, Japanese, Spanish, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, Norwegian, Swedish.

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