Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan

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== Synopsis ==
 
== Synopsis ==
The movie begins in a training simulator being commanded by a young Lieutenant [[Saavik]] taking part of the infamous ''[[Kobayashi Maru]]'' Scenario.  The scenario ends in the deaths of everyone on the bridge but the commander, Saavik.  Kirk then appears at the front of the room advising her to pray as "[[Klingon]]s don't take prisoners."  Following the simulation [[Spock]] gives to [[James T. Kirk|Kirk]] a copy of A Tale of Two Cities as a birthday present.
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The movie begins in a training simulator being commanded by a young Lieutenant [[Saavik]] taking part of the infamous ''[[Kobayashi Maru]]'' Scenario.  The scenario ends in the deaths of everyone on the bridge but the commander, Saavik.  Kirk then appears at the front of the room advising her to pray as "[[Klingon]]s don't take prisoners."  Following the simulation [[Spock]] gives to [[James T. Kirk|Kirk]] a copy of ''A Tale of Two Cities'' as a birthday present.
  
 
Meanwhile, [[Pavel Chekov|Checkov]], now first officer of the [[USS Reliant|USS ''Reliant'']], it taking part of a survey of a planet they think is Ceti Alpha 6 for something called Project Genesis.  They locate something that might make the planet unsuitable for the test and head down to the surface to find out what it might be and if it can be transplanted.  At this point he and the Captain of the ''Reliant'', Captain Terrell, find [[Khan Noonien Singh]] and his colony of genetic supermen.  Khan using a [[Ceti Alpha Eel]] to persuade the two to tell him about [[Genesis device|Project Genesis]].   
 
Meanwhile, [[Pavel Chekov|Checkov]], now first officer of the [[USS Reliant|USS ''Reliant'']], it taking part of a survey of a planet they think is Ceti Alpha 6 for something called Project Genesis.  They locate something that might make the planet unsuitable for the test and head down to the surface to find out what it might be and if it can be transplanted.  At this point he and the Captain of the ''Reliant'', Captain Terrell, find [[Khan Noonien Singh]] and his colony of genetic supermen.  Khan using a [[Ceti Alpha Eel]] to persuade the two to tell him about [[Genesis device|Project Genesis]].   

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