Captain James B. Pirk of the Starship C.P.P. Kickstart and his crew, Commander Dwarf and Commander Info, find themselves stranded on 21st Century Earth after a previous adventure to save the planet from hostile aliens.
The future looks bleak for Captain Pirk. Originally from the far future, he traveled back to save the world, but was shipwrecked on the 21st century. The world of the past is a dangerous ... See full summary »
The world was been conquered by Emperor James B. Pirk with the help of the russian. Now everybody must speak finnish and a huge space fleet is built. Captain Stöcklin joined the P-Fleet, ... See full synopsis »
Stig Magnus Gjerald
The film was first released on the Internet. In 2006, an improved version of the film was released on DVD. Copyrighted music taken from 'Star Trek' films was replaced with an original score. Some lines were also re-recorded. See more »
In this radically updated Star Wreck we get 3D animated ships and 2D interior shots. Here the character of Fukov(ahem) is properly established and weird humor that is to pervade this series get its first real outing. Again the CPP Kickstart is sent to fight the Plingons, and more background information is given(The CPP Kickstart is on its 5 month mission to seek out alien life and blow it up). It is the original series that gets the Star Wreck treatment this time and the incessantly swearing captain Pirk gets to abuse Fukov as well as the Plingons. Spook also makes an appearance as the only somewhat competent crew member of the highly dysfunctional Kickstart. As this is only 9 minutes the story focuses primarily on the battle, but you can see the outline of things to come. Also, it is best to see this series in the proper order as the next episodes will refer back to the previous episodes, and this is the beginning of the story that will ultimately lead to the final(and hopefully not last) episode.
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