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Star Trek Into Darkness
Thriller, Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
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J.J. Abrams
John Cho as Hikaru Sulu
Amanda Foreman as Ensign Brackett
Noel Clarke as Thomas Harewood
Jon Lee Brody as Enterprise Crew Security
Elly Kaye as Star Fleet Officer
Felicity Wren as Starfleet Officer
Benedict Cumberbatch as Khan (rumored)
Anton Yelchin as Pavel Chekov
Chris Pine as James T. Kirk
Leonard Nimoy as Spock Prime
Bruce Greenwood as Christopher Pike
Karl Urban as Bones
Zoe Saldana as Nyota Uhura
Simon Pegg as Scotty
Storyline: When the crew of the Enterprise is called back home, they find an unstoppable force of terror from within their own organization has detonated the fleet and everything it stands for, leaving our world in a state of crisis. With a personal score to settle, Captain Kirk leads a manhunt to a war-zone world to capture a one-man weapon of mass destruction. As our heroes are propelled into an epic chess game of life and death, love will be challenged, friendships will be torn apart, and sacrifices must be made for the only family Kirk has left: his crew.
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JJ Abrams sucks all that's special out of Star Trek
JJ Abrams has managed to drain the life, the spark, the joy that was the original series, and to a less extent, the spin offs, and re-animate the hollow corpse into a blundering zombie of a movie.

Nothing original, this travesty could have had the title and characters names changed, and it would have been indistinguishable from any of a dozen sci-fi action movies from the last 4 years.

The awe and joy of a possible future, the thrill of exploration, the wonder of the universe is totally lacking in this film. Scientists the world over have credited Gene Roddenberry's Star Trek for inspiring them to go into the sciences, because they wanted to help create the world he envisioned. This movie will inspire no one but insipid directors and bean counters.
nothing sad but the writing itself.
i'm wondering when i'm going to wise up and stop torturing myself with movies like this because they make me want to scream.

i'm a pretty big star wars and trek fan which doesn't make me any nicer toward reboots, but i'm willing to ignore my fandom in the face of great writing. in this case, we are not even close.

to add something to the pot here, the crying was the worst for me. if i have to distantly watch someone cry, it is a huge writing failure to me. unless the character who is crying is some insane person who has major issues, i should be able to cry along or at least come close. some of the tears actually looked like fx to me. for a movie that attempted to have so much emotion, this was very poor indeed. i got home and out of boredom resumed my virgin watching terms of endearment, and was crying right where the viewer was intended to cry. if you have a soul, it's really not hard to write people. WBF-WNS (written by folks with no souls) should really be a new movie rating or disclaimer or something.

a note on expectations. i see a few positive reviews in here that amount to "i lowered my expectations to the very bottom, and the movie totally delivered." i see this phenomenon popping up all over the place in the recent decade, especially with reboots or adaptations. frankly i have a problem with this line of thinking. i think people who are handed large sums of money should be held fastly to the task of not wasting my time and energy. i expect to be moved when i sit through a movie, not thrown. i expect to grow in some way, rather than shrivel. and if you say i ask too much, then i ask you: what would you create with a million dollars?
Stink Trek
The film has way too much action. Its Star Trek for crying out loud, the morals, technology, and characters should at least get some screen time? Apparently not.

"To boldly go..."? No.

More like "To run crazily off a cliff".

The characters have no depth, there are way too many explosions (Boring) and embarrassingly, the technology does not fit the time.

The travel time between Kronos (Qo'noS) and earth is not the length of a conversation. Why would anyone fly a starship over an active volcano without shields, and if the shields were on, how did they run the transporter? Stupid.
Open-Minded Non-Trekky Unimpressed by this Mess
I am not going to mention Star Trek itself a lot in this review but rather talk about what I saw in terms of how good a movie it is in general and whether it is worth going to see it.

It isn't worth it.

Seriously I'm not going to judge all of Star Trek by this extremely awful movie but if I did I would be forced to conclude that it is utter garbage. For a start who is this movie actually for? It's not impossible to include decent dialog in the action genre (as seen in Iron Man) so why has this been written solely for unimaginative children? I haven't even written any reviews on IMDb before despite being a die-hard movie lover but I just have to warn people – pay for this and you're going to regret parting with your money.

If you have no attention span and can see it for free you may at least enjoy the video game effects. I did, and to be honest I'm too lazy to play video games. That's why I've given it 2 stars. Other reviewers have said the effects aren't that good but the 3D is obviously quite well done in places.

The worst thing about this film (apart from the acting which is woeful) is that if you're unfamiliar with the general Star Trek narrative it's easy to assume that the pathetic attempts at interactions between these 'characters' are nothing but simplistic portrayals of the 'goody' / 'baddy' dynamics in kindergarten nursery rhymes. While these rhymes have their place (namely child-care centers) a 38 year old father like me who's forked out $30 for the Gold Class 3D version now expects some kind of 'reverse-ratings' system to warn me to keep well clear of such trash in the future.

Other reviews have delved into the actual 'plot' in a way I am unable to but it surprises me just how astonishingly bad the writing has been in this and Prometheus by Damon Lindelof who's work I enjoyed massively on Lost. I'm never going to enjoy his success even though I dabble with writing but it has obviously gone to his head.

I found myself emotionless and bored throughout this movie which has nothing in common with good science fiction pieces from the recent-past such as Event Horizon or even newer works such as Sunshine by Danny Boyle.

If I were a Star Trek fan I would be affronted by this rubbish which, personally, I find myself being unable to give only 1 star only due to 'flashing-of-cash' special effects which may be boldly going somewhere but not anywhere – well – special.

However, remove the nice graphics and some of the action sequences, and you are left with nothing but a straight-to-video, 'Worst 10 Films of All Time' TV show contender which bored my socks off and made me question whether it's even worth actually paying to go and see any Hollywood movies ever again.
Oh gawd please make it stop !!!!
Oh dear, oh dear.

Just goes to show that squillions of dollars and a shed-load of cgi effects can't make up for a totally loopy, over-blown,juvenile 'plot'.

It wasn't all bad - Spock and Harrison/Khan were actually pretty good, and the aforesaid cgi was exciting (albeit in a derivative kinda way).


Pine was hopeless (except when being 'bad ass' he just looked goosed),whilst the excellent Urban, Soldana and Pegg were woefully under-used.

The story made no freaking sense, having more holes in it than a Tetley teabag. There was little in the way of dialogue and less in the way of character development. The 'climax', with Spock and Khan going three rounds on the back of a flying dustcart, came straight out of a 1950s 'Flash Gordon' matinée.

The musical score was of the DAHN-DAHN-DAHHHHHHNNNNNN variety, heavily underscoring any emotional sub-text that we dullards might have failed to notice.

Please tell me JJ Abrams has left the building.Please make it stop.

Perhaps then somebody good could take on the Trek franchise - Joss Whedon anyone?
A decent action adventure film that uses Star Trek iconography
I guess I always knew Star Trek could potentially be taken and made into a Spiderman/Iron man sort of action adventure film. No true Star Trek fan will recognize much of what happens in this "Star Trek" movie. Spock is seriously blubbering towards the end when Kirk "dies" (he is revived of course). Spock also has a full-on romance going with Uhura!?

Simply put, this film is a cheap imitation of Star Wars (as in Star Wars without the substance). I am sure Abrams is going to do a better job with the Star Wars franchise (I am a fan of that genre too). That is clearly more his style. I am sure this will also make many tens of millions of Dollars, probably more than any other Trek movie because Trek can finally appeal to the masses. So what's the problem you ask? Nothing really. It just has little to nothing to do with Star Trek and so as long as they're willing to change the name to Space Wars or Space Attack or something like that I'm good.
Star Trek The Wrath of Khan Parity
Firstly, let me say that both the visual effects and sound track are both great, but it's all down hill from there.

The opening scene, I completely agree with Scotty when he says "You know how completely ridiculous it is to hide a starship on the bottom of the ocean?" Yes this ridiculous, it is a spaceship not a submarine. The ship could have stayed in orbit and either beamed the cold fusion device directly into the volcano or beamed Spock with the device down and then beamed him up. This entire scene feels like it was an excuse to get the cast into 23rd century swimmers.

Next, the effect when the ships go into warp has changed since the last film. Why do the ships leave a trail of shiny star dust at warp? When Star Trek was rebooted in the last film, the warp effect was updated, this was the time to add this (I still wouldn't have liked this effect). They should have kept this effect consistent for both films.

Though this film comes after the Enterprise series, making it canon, the appearance of the Klingons, the design of the Bat'leth and the Bird of Prey have all been changed. These are all key Star Trek components are shouldn't be tampered with.

Having Dr. Carol Marcus change uniforms in a shuttle while Kirk is asked to turn his back, is just a pathetic excuse to see Alice Eve in her underwear, and is completely unnecessary to the story.

Many parts of the story were predictable and were taken directly from The Wrath of Khan with a slight twist. Having Benedict Cumberbatch's character of John Harrison ending up to be Khan was no surprise. Having Kirk die while saving the ship instead of Spock and having Spock yell KHAN instead of Kirk, these parts were just swapped from The Wrath of Khan. The audience I was with, was shocked in horror that these scenes were rehashed again. When Bones was experimenting with Khan's blood to resurrect a dead tribble, it was obvious that this was going to be used to bring back Kirk.

The design of the Enterprise has as been tampered with. When falling to Earth, since when did the Enterprise have 10+ thrusters in the underside of the saucer section of the ship? Secondly, why does the Engineering section have torpedo tubes down both sides to firer the long range torpedoes? This made me think of a pirate ship with canons along both sides. These should have been fired via the existing fore or aft torpedo tubes.

The Wrath of Khan is possibly the best film of the first ten and should never have been touched upon again. 2 of the 3 three writers claim to be long time trek fans, if so, they should have known that this would not be taken well from existing fans. The previous film also had a few issues that I wasn't happy with (Enterprise being constructed on Earth instead of in orbit, a Cardassian beverage though we don't meet the Cardassians for about another 100 years and having a Orion (the green women) members in Star Fleet as the Orion Syndicate were enemies of the Federation), but as the story was original and good, these few issues I can turn a blind eye to. Unfortunately, Into Darkness has too many issues for me to forgive. The writers have an universe of new stories they could write, don't go rehashing content from previous films.
I feel cheated...
I've been a Trekker since 1970. I've written fan fiction. I know TOS, TNG, DS9, VOY, ENT, and the animated well. I know the movies well... On their own, Abrams addition to this Icon look OK on the surface but, fall apart under close scrutiny. I feel that we can digress from canon, to a degree. The animated series digressed as well as Star Trek 5, The Final Frontier (which was loaded with dumb errors). But, Abrams is giving me a headache. By his admission, he has never watched any of the series. Well... It shows! It honestly shows. Rumor has it Abrams is going over to produce Star Wars... Best of luck to you! Please, don't mess with Star Trek anymore. To quote Dr. Smith from Lost In Space, "Oh the pain, the pain!"
Eh, things blow up (Spoilers)
I give it two stars because it's a blow up fest that may appeal to many "duh this movie is good" movie dolts. Now on to the review (spoilers):

Plot - what plot? Rehashed Kahn is trying to release his crew of frozen advanced humans and the evil Admiral is trying to use him to destroy the Klingons. How was the admiral enslaving Kahn the super-human and forcing him to build the super star ship that needs less crew but is easily boarded and disabled by Scottie? Why? Who knows why. Which is a question you will be asking over and over again about everything in this movie.

That's it. Then explosions, more expositions, and more explosions. Enjoy mindless Star Trek turned in to a space war movie.
Feels like a bad version of Die Hard 2 in Space...
Pros - slick - seems that non-trekkie, non-scifi lovers love it - visually grand - great music - nice homages to the Original Series

Cons - Too many absurd plot holes. - the storyline is really over-dramatised/over-done and lazy. - action scenes too fast and so far beyond the laws of physics its ridiculous.

Before you shoot me down, just listen. I love good Science Fiction. I love good storytelling. Action in Sci Fi is OK if it serves a good purpose.

But bang crash, run for kilometres and never get puffed out, ignore the Prime Directive, freeze a volcano, get demoted, get repromoted, ooh there's a bad admiral in star fleet (Star Trek VI) blow up, smash, do the Millennium-Falcon-sideways-to-escape-the badies, die and come back to life using super-human blood (Battlestar Galactica), jump 30meters and don't brake an ankle...

A great SciFi movie can get away with a few things that are beyond reality IF there's enough good story telling/acting/drama to help you make that leap. Christopher Nolan does that for me. The story of Batman makes no-sense logically, but through the carefully structured drama I can make that leap-of-faith. In this movie I can't.

Khan - brilliantly played and nicely developed and the backstory cleverly brought this character into the Abrams universe.

But the rest just felt like Die Hard in the 23rd Century.
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