“Star Trek The Motion Picture: The Art and Visual Effects” Review by Scifibulletin.com

 Star Trek The Motion Picture: The Art and Visual Effects Review by Scifibulletin.com

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Whatever you feel about Star Trek’s first big screen outing – too long, ponderous, not enough happening, the slow motion picture – surely no one can doubt the pedigree of craftsmen involved in its production, from its origins as movie Planet of the Titans to TV series Phase II to movie again. People like Syd Mead, Ralph McQuarrie, John Dykstra, Douglas Trumbull, Ken Adams and Andrew Probert all played a role in defining the look, and that’s covered in great detail here in Jeff Bond and Gene Kizicki’s book.

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