Best Star Trek Movies

The Top Ten
1 Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (1982)

My list greatest to least:

1. Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan - 9.5
2. Star Trek VIII: First Contact - 9.4
3. Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home - 9.3
4. Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country - 9.2
5. Star Trek III: The Search for Spock - 9.0
6. Star Trek (2009) - 8.8
7. Star Trek Beyond - 8.7
8. Star Trek VII: Generations - 6.4
9. Star Trek: The Motion Picture - 6.2
10. Star Trek Into Darkness - 5.3
11. Star Trek IX: Insurrection - 5.1
12. Star Trek X: Nemesis - 4.6
13. Star Trek V: The Final Frontier - 4.3

My ranking:

1. Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan - 9.5
2. Star Trek: First Contact - 9.4
3. Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home - 9.3
4. Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country - 9.2
5. Star Trek III: The Search for Spock - 9.0
6. Star Trek (2009) - 8.8
7. Star Trek Beyond - 8.7
8. Star Trek Insurrection - 5.7
9. Star Trek Generations - 5.4
10. Star Trek: The Motion Picture - 4.8
11. Star Trek Into Darkness - 4.5
12. Star Trek: Nemesis - 3.6
13. Star Trek V: The Final Frontier - 2.7

2 Star Trek VIII: First Contact (1996)

The BEST Movie of Star Trek. It is a great sequel to the episodes, and it's story has definitely had impact in future series (a great part of Voyager's plot was based on what was established in this movie. ). I think that this movie brought out the best in all the actors, and also portrayed the villains, the Borg, as a more formidable villain than had been previously shown through the episodes. Also, it was directed by Jonathan Frakes, who, in my opinion, is hands down the best director Star Trek has had (he also directed some of the greatest TNG and DS9 episodes).

3 Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (1986)

This is the best one for sure. Hilarious and so genuine to the time setting. Spock trying to fit in with his "colourful metaphors" was just great. Bones and Kirk were great, and the scene where Kirk is demoted is such great acting by Shatner. Definitely better than Undiscovered Country, First Contact, Star Trek 2009, and Wrath of Khan.

It's hard to find something negative to say about this one. Pretty damn entertaining.

The funniest and most happy Star Trek movies. Wrath of Khan is very close, but didn't have the humor needed

4 Star Trek (2009)

My list:
1. Star Trek
2. Star Trek into darkness
3. Star Trek beyond
4. Star Trek first contact
5. Star Trek wrath of Khan
6. Star Trek the undiscovered country
7. Star Trek voyage home
8. Star Trek search for Spock
9. Star Trek generations
10. Star Trek insurrection
11. Star Trek Nemesis
12. Star Trek the motion picture
13. Star Trek the final frontier

The Wrath Of Khan was a great movie but the reboot is awesome. When I watched the original Star Trek movies, they reminded me too much of the T.V. series, somewhat corny. The franchise has gotten a big boost for the better, with a more realistic look and technology.

5 Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (1991)

Underrated, I think, better than IV, in my opinion, but a little less than TWOK. Deserves second place, tied with First Contact.

This one had an interesting plot.

6 Star Trek Into Darkness (2013)

Definitely too low. It really irritates me how some hard core Trek fans are almost upset at how good the new Trek Movies are due to their differing style. There is certainly merit-able qualities in Voyage Home, Undiscovered Country, and Wrath of Khan. But the Abrams films have more exciting pacing, stories, visuals, and great humor. The only Trek movie which really holds the same level of cinematic excitement of the two new movies is First Contact.

I voted on this list before I saw into darkness. As soon as I got home I changed my vote. This movie is the combination of my two favorite. Wrath of Khan and Voyage home. Has the action that Voyage home needed and the humor Wrath of Khan needed. Best Star Trek movie.

7 Star Trek III: The Search for Spock (1984)

Cosmo Kramer's right, this is the best Star Trek movie.

I haven't seen it, but want to badly.

8 Star Trek VII: Generations (1994)

Saw it with a friend and we both had a good time. Great cast score effects and emotional scenes even if the last parts with the nexus are a bit contrived. Shame people give it flack for killing kirk which I've never minded and I'm more a fan of tos than tng.

It was pure genuis bringing 2 of the greatest star trek captains in the same movie. When kirk died at the end I cried.

9 Star Trek X: Nemesis (2002)

It may not be the best film in the series, but it gave us a lot of really cool action that the series needed to bring back. It also finally made peace between the Humans and the Romulans possible ( a way). Picard's final mission did deserve a little more, but it was a rather decent ending for the Next Generation crew.

How can this be so low down? This film is amazing. The Enterprise E and the Scimitar are awesome.

This was a decent movie, I have no clue why my parents hated it.

10 Star Trek I: The Motion Picture (1979)

The first and my favourite of the movies. spock at his best, as he understands the machines logic. the voyager story line is the most thought provoking, dealing with AI intelligence. Also still impressive visualy, even by todays standards.

I personally found this one boring, but again I respect your opinions.

It's definitely overall not the best but the scenery is amazing.

The Contenders
11 Star Trek IX: Insurrection (1998)

Oh come on! This was great, how is the final frontier which is one of the worst movies ever made above this.

Please make this above Nemesis. This one teaches a good lesson and at least *someone* doesn't die.

12 Star Trek Beyond (2016)

It's amazing! I love Jaylah. She's so pretty and awesome. For some reason she reminds me of Rosalina in Super Mario Galaxy. The movie reminds me of Super Mario Galaxy somewhat. Great movie

It was good, but by no means the best one.

I watched the movie and it was pretty okay better than insurrection or nemesis by far

13 Star Trek V: The Final Frontier (1989)

Ok, it was goofy, crazy, loopy, call it what you want. This movie is entertaining as hell and deserves to be higher than this. Nemises is in no way better than this movie and Generations is insanely high considering how slow moving it is. I'd say even the original movie isn't as good as this one! Crazy is better than boring!

This movie is underrated. Especially when Scotty says I know this ship like the back of my hand.

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