PG | | Adventure, Comedy, Sci-Fi
To save Earth from an alien probe, Admiral James T. Kirk and his fugitive crew go back in time to San Francisco in 1986 to retrieve the only beings who can communicate with it: humpback whales.
Star Trek III: The Search for Spock
Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country
Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
Star Trek V: The Final Frontier
Star Trek: The Motion Picture
Star Trek: Generations
Star Trek: First Contact
Star Trek: Insurrection
Star Trek: Nemesis
Star Trek: The Next Generation
The computer that Scotty uses in the Plexicorp scene appears to be a Macintosh Plus, but its internals were completely changed for filming. Its screen was replaced with one from an IBM PC to make this easier to synchronize its video refresh rate ... ...
Excuse me, Admiral. But weren't those a birthday gift from Dr. McCoy?
Kirk: And they will be again, that's the beauty of it.
Kirk: How much?
Antique Store Owner: Well, they'd be worth more if the lenses were intact. I'll give you one hundred dollars for them.
Kirk: Is that a lot?
When Dr. Gillian Taylor meets Spock and Kirk, they never reveal their names to her, as amplified by the fact that she keeps asking them both, "who are you?" The only thing that she overhears from Spock is "Admiral," as well as "Admiral" from Scotty on his communicator when they are having dinner in the pizza restaurant. Yet when Dr. Gillian Taylor discovers the whales have been taken from the institute, she drives back to the park where the spaceship is, shouting "Admiral Kirk!" How does she know his name if he never told her? We might be able to assume that he revealed it to her at some point that was not seen on screen when they were together, but the last time Kirk and Dr. Gillian Taylor see each other before she comes back shouting his name, she still asks him, "who are you?" To which he says, "Think about it," and still does not reveal his name. *** When Scotty and Kirk speak over their communicator Kirk signs off with "Kirk out," so Gillian does hear his name.
The ending credits play on top of photos and clips from the film.
$16,881,888 (USA) (30 November 1986)