Star Trek III: The Search for Spock

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(New page: {{Movie |Title = ''Star trek III: The Search For Spock |Producer = Harve Bennett |Director = Leonard Nimoy |Writer = Harve Bennett |Company = Paramount Pictures |ReleaseDate = June 1, 1984...)
 
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== Showdown at Genesis ==
 
== Showdown at Genesis ==
  
The ''Enterprise'' is detected by the BOP on approach and Kruge beams back to the ship and [[Cloaking device|cloaks]] his ship.  The Enterprise arrives looking for the ''Grissom'' but obviously is unable to find the destroyed ship.  They do notice some kind of energy shimmer which they deduce is from a cloaked ship, which they target with their weapons.  The Bird of Prey decloaks and the Enterprise fires, causing slight damage.  The BOP returns fire, knocking out Scotty's jury-rigged controls and the ship is crippled.  Kruge demands the surrender, and to prove he means business, orders one of the three on the surface killed, which inadvertantly ends up being David.  Kirk agrees to surrender but sets the ship to self-destruct and he, McCoy, Scotty, Sulu and Checkov watch their beloved ship burn up in the atmosphere with several of Kruge's crew aboard the doomed vessel.  They then set off to find Saavic and Spock.
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The ''Enterprise'' is detected by the BOP on approach and Kruge beams back to the ship and [[Cloaking device|cloaks]] his ship.  The Enterprise arrives looking for the ''Grissom'' but obviously is unable to find the destroyed ship.  They do notice some kind of energy shimmer which they deduce is from a cloaked ship, which they target with their weapons.  The Bird of Prey decloaks and the Enterprise fires, causing slight damage.  The BOP returns fire, knocking out Scotty's jury-rigged controls and the ship is crippled.  Kruge demands the surrender, and to prove he means business, orders one of the three on the surface killed, which inadvertantly ends up being David.  Kirk agrees to surrender but sets the ship to self-destruct and he, McCoy, Scotty, Sulu and [[Pavel Chekov|Chekov]] watch their beloved ship burn up in the atmosphere with several of Kruge's crew aboard the doomed vessel.  They then set off to find Saavic and Spock.
  
 
The planet begins to self-destruct.  In his impatience, David used unpredictable materials in it and the planet is beginning to pay the price for it.  The earthquqakes cause several Klingons to fall to their deaths, leaving Saavik and Spock largely ungarded by the time Kirk and company arrive.  Kruge however, gets the best of them all and wants to fight Kirk to the death.  The other humans and Saavik are beamed to the BOP, where they are able to take ovver the crew-depleted ship.  Kruge and Kirk fight with Kirk eventually kicking Kruge into a large lava flow.  Kirk, speaking Klingon into a captured communicator, orders them beamed aboard the Klingon ship.  As the BOP leaves orbit, we see the planet below tearing itself apart (in direct contradiction to the laws of Gravity no less).
 
The planet begins to self-destruct.  In his impatience, David used unpredictable materials in it and the planet is beginning to pay the price for it.  The earthquqakes cause several Klingons to fall to their deaths, leaving Saavik and Spock largely ungarded by the time Kirk and company arrive.  Kruge however, gets the best of them all and wants to fight Kirk to the death.  The other humans and Saavik are beamed to the BOP, where they are able to take ovver the crew-depleted ship.  Kruge and Kirk fight with Kirk eventually kicking Kruge into a large lava flow.  Kirk, speaking Klingon into a captured communicator, orders them beamed aboard the Klingon ship.  As the BOP leaves orbit, we see the planet below tearing itself apart (in direct contradiction to the laws of Gravity no less).

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