The Borg Queen.
Wrath of Khan
Star Trek (2009)
The Motion Picture
The Undiscovered Country
The Voyage Home
The Search for Spock
The Final Frontier
"Let me merely note that heaven looks disappointingly like what it really is, the California desert tinted red; that the talking head on view there resembles an angry Max Headroom more than God, Satan or the personification of man's vanity; that the evil Klingons pursuing Kirk also deliver more blather (in Klingon, with English subtitles) than action; that the film is devoid of grace, wit or the excitement needed to rouse a justifiably dozing audience; that Shatner can't direct for diddly. Credit the bungler, though, with raising support for an issue previously unthought-of at the end of a Star Trek film: enforced retirement."
McCoy: You're going to try time traveling in this rustbucket?
Kirk: Well, we've done it before.
McCoy: Sure, you slingshot around the Sun, pick up enough speed - You're in time warp. If you don't, you're fried.
Kirk: I prefer it to nothing.
McCoy: I prefer a dose of common sense! You're proposing that we go backwards in time, find humpback whales, then bring them forward in time, drop 'em off, and hope to Hell they tell this probe what to do with itself!
Kirk: That's the general idea.
McCoy: Well, that's crazy!
Star Trek: Into Darkness (...) written by someone whose only knowledge of Star Trek came from listening to a friend skim Wikipedia about it.
It was wrong on literally every level I could think of (...) in particular how they use Khan to cure death itself, and the magical transporters that render starships obsolete
James T. Kirk: Your ship is compromised, too close to the singularity to survive without assistance, which we are willing to provide.
Spock: [speaking privately] Captain, what are you doing?
James T. Kirk: Showing them compassion may be the only way to earn peace with Romulus. It's logic, Spock. I thought you'd like that.
Spock: No, not really. Not this time.
Nero: [replying to the offer of assistance] I would rather suffer the end of Romulus a thousand times. I would rather die in agony than accept assistance from you.
James T. Kirk: You got it! Arm phasers. Fire everything we've got!
Spock wishing they would die by itself is far away from the character and the Trek I know and enjoy.
Old Spock: You eliminated Khan! His evil is no more. Peace at last.
Admiral Marcus will be relieved and quite pleased...
Kirk: What do you mean? Admiral Marcus was a nut!
Old Spock: Admiral Marcus is a man of peace, an officer of the highest integrity!
Kirk, Spock: … ?
Old Spock: …at least he was in my timeline…
Kirk, Spock: !!!
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