Star Trek: Of Gods And Men (2007)
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The year is 2306... Twelve years have passed since Captain James Kirk was swept away by the Nexus while saving the crew of the Enterprise-B. Sadly, one year later, Commander Montgomery Scott was reported missing along with the passengers and crew of the USS Jenolen, and to this day has not been found. The remaining crewmembers of the USS Enterprise have gone their separate ways. Captain Spock and Doctor McCoy have spent the last several years on Khitomer, continuing their work to establish peace between the Federation and the Klingon Empire, though it is wondered if they will ever establish peace between themselves. Captain Hikaru Sulu and his Excelsior crew are on an extended mission beyond the outer reaches of the Alpha Quadrant. Captain Pavel Chekov, although serving a high post in Starfleet Security, feels his career has stalled, leaving him to thoughts of retirement. Captain Nyota Uhura has been serving as Director of Starfleet Linguistics, a post she finds extremely interesting, though she feels there may be something missing in her life. Now, forty years after their first mission, Chekov and Uhura, along with John Harriman, former Captain of the Enterprise-B, come together for the dedication of a very special ship. However, their reunion is cut short when they receive a distress call from an all-too-familiar planet, where they meet up with an almost-forgotten face, and in an instant something happens that presses the three friends to embark on a mission that will forever change their lives...
Title: Star Trek: Of Gods And Men
All Genres: Sci-Fi
IMDB Rating: 6.1
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Category: Horror Movies Starting With S
Walter Koenig ...Captain Pavel Chekov
Nichelle Nichols ...Captain Nyota Uhura
Alan Ruck ...Captain John Harriman
Garrett Wang ...Commander Garan
William Wellman Jr. ...Charlie Evans (as William Wellman)
J.G. Hertzler ...Koval
Gary Graham ...Ragnar
Tim Russ ...Tuvok
Chase Masterson ...Xela
Daamen J. Krall ...Gary Mitchell (as Daamen Krall)
Crystal Allen ...Conqueror Navigator Yara
Ethan Phillips ...Data Clerk
Cirroc Lofton ...Sevar
Lawrence Montaigne ...Stonn
James Cawley ...Commander Peter Kirk
John Carrigan ...Klingon Officer Kel'mag / G.S.S. Conqueror Klingon...
Grace Lee Whitney ...Janice Rand
Janet Po ...Destroyer Tactical Officer
Madison Russ ...Uhura's Grandchild
Herbert Jefferson Jr. ...Captain Galt (as Herbert Jefferson)
Jeffery Quinn ...Conqueror Helmsman (as Jeff Quinn)
Seth Shostak ...Enterprise Communications Officer
Arlene Martel ...Vulcan Priestess
Shawn R. Shelton ...The Guardian of Forever (voice)
Crystal Conway ...Uhura's Grandchild
Jack Donner ...Special Wedding Guest
Tanya Lemani ...Special Wedding Guest (as Tania Lemani)
Celeste Yarnall ...Special Wedding Guest
Keith Batt ...Enterprise Navigator / G.S.S. Conqueror Klingon...
Patrick Bell ...Enterprise Helmsman
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Ethan H. Calk
Sky Douglas Conway
Ethan H. Calk
Sky Douglas Conway
Justin R. Durban
- Captain Nyota Uhura: [narrating] It's said if you move but one grain of sand, you run the risk of altering history.
Charlie Evans: [about James T. Kirk] He died saving hundreds of people? Data Clerk: Billions. Billions of people. Entire planets. I don't think there's been a single person who's had that kind of influence... Charlie Evans: But he wouldn't save me. I didn't wait forty years to be cheated.
Captain Nyota Uhura: [narrating] Captain's personal log, Stardate 6712.4. As head of Starfleet Linguistic, my recent assignments have been most rewarding. So much so, I'm finding it hard to believe it's been forty years since I was first assigned to the Enterprise under Captain Kirk's command. I should be elated to attend the ceremonies honoring his accomplishments, but the memory of his passing twelve years ago is still very painful. And it doesn't help that my dear friend Scotty is still missing. Or that Sulu is away in the Gamma Quadrant for the next three years. Or that McCoy and Spock won't be able to break away from their negotiations with the Klingons. All this has made me realize that something is... missing in my life. Perhaps though, seeing some old friends attending the dedication of a very special ship is exactly what I need. Something we all need.
Captain Pavel Chekov: This almost makes me feel like a kid again! Captain Nyota Uhura: Well, it should. The last time you sat in that seat, you were a kid.
Captain John Harriman: About your uncle... Commander Peter Kirk: Don't worry. He made his own choices. He lived and died exactly the way he wanted to. Captain John Harriman: I almost left Starfleet over that incident. But Chekov was aboard the day your uncle died and he and Uhura convinced me it wouldn't have mattered who was sitting in the captain's chair that day. And since then we've been the best of friends.
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