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Year:
2013
Country:
USA
Genre:
Thriller, Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
IMDB rating:
7.9
Director:
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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Reviews
Something is Lacking
This was great to watch, but don't know about 3D as the screen kept having to focus on a lot of shots and also that there were a lot of close ups showing all the creases on all their faces. I waited a long time for this and was unimpressed firstly by the score and how it kept repeating again and again the same tune over and over again. I can't decide if an actual score was made or they just copied it exactly from the first start trek movie. The score needs to be rethought to give the films an edge along with a better looking bridge as it looks like it was created in a holding program in the matrix. There was a rumor that Khan was in the film and we know what happens to him from the original series. What happens to him in this one??? they don't show you! Please come up with an original story line!! If you are going to reinvent or re-imagine films then do not bring back old story lines or characters! Someone was right about Chris Pine in his uniform looking like a ken doll. I enjoyed watching and Mr Spock whose hair kept jumping up and down as he ran. I hope the next movie will be better and I know it will be better as it will be based in deep space and no contact with earth.
2013-05-13
This is not STAR TREK !
Jar Jar Abrams keeps destroying Gene Roddenberrys dream of a better world. This film got NOTHING from Star Trek but the names of the Characters and some stolen plot parts.

This film is kinda illogical that it's hard to describe. Plot holes are as big as Borg cubes can fly through it.

Spock is no longer a vulcan, he acts more like a romulan or even Klingon. Klingons look like Zombies and have no honor at all... everything that TNG and DSN build up has been destroyed here.

Kirk dies and will be revived with Kahns magical blood? WTF?? Are you serious?

Jar Jar Abrams keeps on raping Star Trek. This film is a slap in the face of every Star Trek fan and everybody who helped to bring Gene's dream on Screen.

Shame on you Abrams, shame.
2013-08-06
Forgettable bad sci-fi. Not Trek, meh.
This second Abrams film continues the new paradigm of boldly taking bad science to new frontiers that it's never been before in the Star Trek universe. A forgettable story is Abrams scaffold for lens flares, handycams and special effects sold to investors based upon the number of explosions per 10 minute interval. The contrived special effects made no sense in the context of surrounding volcanic, ocean bottom and weightless environments sure to astound the kiddies.

Being a fan of the original ST, of course I don't like to see what is happening as Paramount fracks the Star Trek universe to exploit the last drop of crude action potential while ignoring the sustainable and more abundant imaginative philosophical and scientific wonder-story potential Roddenberry/Fontana used to build the first Star Trek universe. Instead of creating, Paramount and Abrams simply rob from the dead. The director was doubtless chosen by Paramount for the Franchise because Abrams would focused on the unimaginative target anti-science audience market segment that knows nothing of Newtons laws.

The absurd parallel universe created in the first Abrams ST film had an opportunity to boldly go to new places and confront philosophical issues as Roddenberry did. The broken cliché alternate universe time paradox "deus ex machina" places the youthful good actors in likable characters in a universe in which they don't belong. The priority was to call on market maker tags such as Kahn, tribbles, and Klingons that identify the film with the Star Trek franchise and tap a new market for old productions to enhance DVD sales/rental revenues.

The acting wasn't a failure. The story was.
2013-08-20
Moments of brilliance drowned in a sea of pretentious pathos and downright stupidity
** No spoilers in first part ** I saw Star Trek Into Darkness yesterday in IMAX 3D and although it's visually stunning and has a superb cast with great chemistry it falls short in the storytelling department. This is one of those movies that leaves you with the impression that it has very little to offer aside from what it flaunts in the trailer. I am a huge fan of its 2009 predecessor, and can only conclude that adding the third writer to he mix resulted in three being a crowd. It has moments of brilliance drowned in a sea of pretentious pathos and downright stupidity. It opens strong and promises a great ride but then some 30 minutes into the movie abandons the potentially exciting and epic plot for a lame "character development" story.

** Spoilers follow from here on ** First thing that offends that they evidently fired the science advisors or never bothered consulting them in the first place: while in the predecessor you had the mysterious red matter that is never explained and causes planets to go black hole, it works because it remains a mystery - here Spock freezes a super-volcano that is about to wipe out a civilization with a make-shift COLD FUSION device. Fusion, hot or cold, generates energy instead of absorbing it. Later on, there is this long sequence of Enterprise free falling through Earth's upper atmosphere with the saucer placed horizontally and entire ship slowly rotating, yet gravity aboard has gone completely haywire: in some parts of the ship people are flying alongside the hull, in others running along the sides of the saucer corridors, and in others still running on a gantry avoiding debris falling down. I will not even start on Kirk knocking the warp core into alignment hanging from the rafters while in free fall. Or parking a star-ship on the ocean floor for that matter.

Second thing that offends is the overdone "emotional journey" of the characters. OK, I can buy that admiral Pike has become a surrogate father to Kirk and the obvious LOVE, care and respect they have for each-other is plausible, to the point that Kirk is emotionally shaken by admiral's sudden death. What I don't buy is that Spock - who is accused by Uhura of not showing affection - completely breaks down emotionally when he believes Kirk is dying, everything made worse by "holding hands" through the radiation chamber glass door.

However, the worst offense is using Klingon home-world and a group of Klingons as a cheap teaser. The movie promises an imminent all-out Klingon/federation war with Khan involved in a middle of it; to abandon that storyline and Klingons altogether in a few minutes, and offer a sappy Kirk / Spock love story with Khan stuck in between.
2013-05-10
Worst Star Trek movie ever: went into the Darkness
I have seen all the Star Trek movies and I was very very disappointed about the fact this Star Trek movie went into the Darkness for me. Where was the Light at the end of the tunnel to get out the Darkness? It felt like going into a really great opening scene on a foreign planet and ending the movie with one of the worst cliffhangers ever. I would not recommend Star Trek to anybody. Why would you go to a movie in which you will find the worst ... no really the very worst Star Trek storyline ever!

And by the way: I have paid extra for the 3D but where was the 3D effect in this movie? 3D should give you the feeling about some extra futuristic effects on a futuristic movie but there was nothing 3D! Really nothing, no starship flying on to you, etc. This movie was really boring.

As I am a really Trekkie I would give it a solid 1: nice try but please, don't do this ever again. This movie is really horrible.
2013-06-09
Dumbed down from a highly intelligent and thoughtful franchise.
Star Trek Into Darkness should be renamed Star Trek In Name Only. What has always distinguished Star Trek from other sci-fi is the thoughtful and nuanced way that philosophical and sociological commentary was woven into the stories. Star Trek is not just a lot of sci-fi nonsense but a meaningful exploration of what it means to be human. In the past, Star Trek has been intelligent and character driven. Now it is all fancy CGI and snappy one-liners. Abram's Star Trek is an action-for-action's sake Kirk and Spock buddy flick. The "surprises" Abrams plants aren't surprises if you're familiar with the Star Trek universe. His preference for violence and political intrigue makes Abrams' vision more Star Wars than Star Trek.

The fill-in-the-blanks plot is a repetitive onslaught of video-game like CGI sequences separated by brief breaks used to set up the next CGI spectacle. The first half begins with a scene taken from Raiders of the Lost Ark and quickly moves to The Return of the King's Mount Doom. Cumberbatch's attack on Starfleet HQ is a scene stolen from Godfather 3. When Cumberbatch is captured, he and Pine briefly become caricatures of Hannibal Lecter and Agent Starling from Silence of the Lambs. The second half attempts to remake The Wrath of Khan but is backwards and upside down. Instead it is practically a beat-for-beat repeat of the identically plotted Star Trek Nemesis.

The cast was the best thing about the last movie but not this time. The other familiar crew members each get a brief moment in the spotlight but for the most part they fixate on comedic asides. The romance between Uhura and Spock is unnecessary and actually diminishes Uhura's character. Alice Eve is little more than eye candy. Peter Weller's Admiral Marcus is a disappointment. Karl Urban was eerily good as McCoy last time but stays in the background this time, a third wheel on the Kirk/Spock bicycle. Pine's beefy frat-boy Kirk is an exaggeration of Shatner's Kirk. When he is angry he sounds like a bratty child. Cuberbatch's performance is the best thing this time and overshadows everyone else.

I left the theater thinking that my free passes were over-priced.
2013-05-17
J.J. Doesn't Get It
I know I'll sound like an old guy, but J.J. Abrams just doesn't get Star Trek. Maybe that's just fine because he is searching for a new and younger audience that probably doesn't get Star Trek either.

Star Trek was never about the special effects or action. Most of the best Trek stories from all of the television shows (TOS through Enterprise) didn't rely on either. Action and special effects were always there, but they were used to tell a story instead of becoming the story.

To be fair, there is one thing to like about the new Star Trek reboot. The cast is great, and it is easy to see the original actors through them. After that, I'm over this thing. It is just an action movie series using Star Trek's name to sell tickets.

If you think this is great science fiction in the Star Trek universe, then enjoy it. If you are looking for something more and want to really understand what Star Trek is about then queue up "Measure of a Man" from TNG, just one of many classic Star Trek episodes that expose this new "reboot" for the sham that it is. Gene Roddenberry would be ashamed.
2013-10-07
PC moralising grates amongst the explosions
I had a real problem with the underlying political/social commentary running through this film.

War with the Klingons gets discussed, only for us to learn that they are being 'provoked' by a militaristic Starfleet Admiral who is arming the Federation to deal with potential threats. Say what? I understood the Klingons to be a warrior race, born and bred conquerors. The Federation better arm up or humanity will end up a vassal state of the Klingon Empire. A Pollyanna-esque "we can all get along if we are nice to each other" attitude doesn't cut it when facing the bat'leths.

Then there is the main 'bad guy' - a well-spoken, white Englishman. Notice how bad guys these days can't be aliens or 'ethnics' anymore? Apparently it demonizes the 'other' – read black people, refugees, Muslims, etc. Hence we get dark skinned Klingons being 'provoked' before trying to kill everyone in sight, and a nice, safe, white English toff bad guy we are 'allowed' to hate. The same was seen in Iron Man 3; Guy Pearce is the boo-hiss bad guy and an Osama Bin Laden knock-off turns out not to be bad (or ethnic) after all...

The message this film (and many like it) convey is that rich, white Western people are in fact the bad guys - and that it's our fault when the 'not really' bad guys kill us.

The action sequences were great but the PC ideology was just grating. I shudder to think of what revisionist PC tinkering J.J. Abrams will do to Star Wars...
2013-05-09
Let JJ Abrams and the lousy writers go ruin Star Wars
Viacom/Paramount have got to pull the JJ Abrams team (writers Damon Lindelof, Roberto Orci, Alex Kurtzman) from the next one ... anyone could do a better job

First and foremost the Abrams team did not make Star Trek either with their 2009 film or this one, and if they get to do the next one after the under-performance of Into Dreckness it won't be until 2017 that it sees a release since Abrams, et al, are off to do what they do to the Star Wars franchise for Lucas and Disney

*Spoilers*

Into Darkness is a typical action-adventure Mission Impossible kind of thing (it's what Abrams does), but this one is even more hackneyed and grasping than their first effort. They don't respect the source material and couldn't come up with any ideas so the reverted to the Plot Scrambler again and trot out an amalgam of forger female characters and a stupid new secret society found only in the novels and comic books and long after the audience has figured it out reveal that Brit actor-of-the-moment Benedict Cumberbatch is indeed KKHHHAAAAAAAAAAANNN

The stupid brewery is still there as if Abrams wanted to thumb his nose at those who called him out on how dumb it was the first time ... and that idiotic little rock-monster sidekick is still around

Viacom/Paramount ... quietly let the deal the for the 3rd installment by Abrams and his team go kaput and hire Dean Parisot to do the next one since he's arguably done the best one already anyway (GalaxyQuest)
2013-05-13
q help us
this review definitely contains spoilers!!!

- we park the enterprise at the bottom of the sea (awful) - we stop a volcanic eruption floating on hot lava (awful) - we design our ships (awful) all those pipes (awful) - the earth is a dark, dull and rotten place (awful) - captain pike miraculously recovers just to get killed (awful) - the clingons look (awful) the new bathlets (awful) - we battle at warp speed, collapse, and are orbiting... - earth (awful) - and quite a coincidence! - the whole of starfleet academy watch two friendly ships battle (awful) - in orbit (awful) - surprise! one of them goes down (awful) everyone unprepared (awful) - i think the story ends here, not that it matters

where is the science fiction in it? i'm outta here...
2013-05-09
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