See the First Nine Star Trek Films on the Big Screen

If you’re “lucky” enough to live in New York City or Los Angeles, you can check out the first nine Trek films all the big screen. For more details, click Read More.

I wasn’t old enough to catch the first three in the theater upon original release, but I did get to see them during the 25th Anniversary “Sit Long and Prosper” marathon.

Excerpted from Paramount’s Press Release:

In celebration of the upcoming “Star Trek Nemesis” opening on December 13th,
Loews Cineplex Theaters in New York City and Los Angeles will be hosting a STAR
TREK ANTHOLOGY featuring all nine previous Star Trek movies!

Beginning Wednesday, December 4th through Thursday, December 12th, visit the
Loews 34th Street Theater in New York City or the Universal Cineplex in Los
Angeles to take part in this exclusive event. There will be one airing nightly,
beginning with “Star Trek The Motion Picture” on Wednesday, December 4th, and
leading up to “Star Trek: Insurrection” on Thursday, December 12th.

The exclusive screenings of the first nine Star Trek movies will run nightly
beginning at 10 pm. Tickets for each show are five dollars.

The nightly schedule is as follows:

December 4 – “Star Trek The Motion Picture”
December 5 – “Star Trek II: The Wrath Of Khan”
December 6 – “Star Trek III: The Search For Spock”
December 7 – “Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home”
December 8 – “Star Trek V: The Final Frontier”
December 9 – “Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country”
December 10 – “Star Trek: Generations”
December 11 – “Star Trek: First Contact”
December 12 – “Star Trek: Insurrection”

“Star Trek Nemesis” opens in theatres everywhere December 13.

Use the URL’s below for direct access to tickets and showtimes.

In The Los Angeles Area:

In The New York City Area:

To find out more visit!

To find out more about previous Star Trek films and the upcoming “Star Trek Nemesis”, visit

2 replies on “See the First Nine Star Trek Films on the Big Screen”

  1. This will be great
    We can finally find out how each movie ranks by looking at ticket sales. If there is only one showing, perhaps they can count how many people lined up to buy tickets.

    I wonder, will they even get a full house for ST 5 and 9?

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