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J.J. Abrams
Chris Pine as Captain James T. Kirk, retired
Zachary Quinto as Captain Spock
Leonard Nimoy as Captain Spock
Eric Bana as Nero
Bruce Greenwood as Capt. Christopher Pike
Karl Urban as Dr. Leonard "Bones" McCoy
Zoe Saldana as Captain Nyota Uhura
Simon Pegg as Capt. Montgomery "Scotty" Scott
John Cho as Captain Hikaru Sulu
Anton Yelchin as Commander Pavel Chekov
Ben Cross as Ambassador Sarek
Winona Ryder as Amanda
Chris Hemsworth as George Kirk
Jennifer Morrison as Winona Kirk
Storyline: On the day of James Kirk's birth, his father dies on his ship in a last stand against a mysterious alien time-traveling vessel looking for Ambassador Spock, who, in this time, is also a child on Vulcan disdained by his neighbors for his half-human heritage. Twenty-five years later, Kirk has grown into a young troublemaker. Challenged by Captain Christopher Pike to realize his potential in Starfleet, he comes to annoy instructors like young Commander Spock. Suddenly, there is an emergency at Vulcan and the newly commissioned USS Enterprise is crewed with promising cadets like Nyota Uhura, Hikaru Sulu, Pavel Chekov and even Kirk himself, thanks to Leonard McCoy's medical trickery. Together, this crew will have an adventure in the final frontier where the old legend is altered forever as a new version of it begins.
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Very disappointed.
******SPOILERS BELOW******

---Doctor Korby: Are you with me, Captain?

---Captain Kirk: You've created your own Kirk. Why do you need me?

---Doctor Korby: I created him to impress you, not to replace you.

---Captain Kirk: I'm impressed, Doctor. But not the way you think.

{from "What Are Little Girls Made Of?"}

This movie didn't have an extended title; it was just Star Trek. But I have some ideas for an extended title:

"The Unreal McCoy"

"Bad Robot Poops On Star Trek"

"Let's Pervert Star Trek To Appease Teenagers"

"Abrams Pilots Star Trek Over The Shark"

I have been a Star Trek fan for 42 years. I have seen every Star Trek story made for the movie screen and TV screen (including the animated series). This was one of the worst Star Trek stories I ever saw.

It was not necessary to "reboot" Star Trek. It was not necessary to change the Enterprise. It was not necessary for Spock and Uhura to have the hots for each other. It was not necessary to destroy Vulcan. It was not necessary to kill Amanda, although it was necessary to remove Winona Ryder from the movie.

There are good parts of the movie. Chris Pine and Zachary Quinto, who accepted the enormous challenges of playing Kirk and Spock, performed very well. Ben Cross, as Sarek, proved my belief that he would be a good Vulcan. The visual effects were very good, as I would expect from ILM.

However, the many changes in Star Trek history were unjustified. These changes can't be glossed over by saying, "It's obviously an alternate-universe story." That wasn't firmly established in the movie. (There is a difference between alternate-universe and alternate-timeline.) What I saw was J.J. Abrams, Robert Orci, and Alex Kurtzman rewriting Star Trek in a shameless attempt to attract young airheads who wouldn't care about Star Trek anyway.

The absurd design of the "new" Enterprise only reminded me of how beautiful the original NCC-1701 was. The "new" Bridge looked like a disco. The "new" Engineering areas looked like an oil refinery.

The other members of the new cast were mostly disappointing. Zoe Saldana is a lovely lady, but she couldn't carry Nichelle Nichols' boots. Karl Urban's performance almost was a parody of McCoy; he only reminded me of how much I miss DeForest Kelley. John Cho won't make me forget George Takei. Anton Yelchin made Chekov almost irritating. And Simon Pegg almost turned Scotty into the Court Jester (and why did they include that pint-size rockface? Is he the Jar Jar Binks of Star Trek?).

Kirk's rapid promotion also was absurd. No matter how good a young officer is, no one rises from Cadet to Captain that fast.

The soundtrack was forgettable. (I've already forgotten it.)

Obviously, nitpickers would go ape over this movie. The star dates - in the 2200s - would set this story in the first season of The Original Series (TOS), long after Kirk became Captain. Delta Vega was moved from the edge of the galaxy to next to Vulcan. The uniforms, like the "new" Enterprise, don't jibe with TOS or "The Cage." (They looked like cheap knockoffs I would find in a costume shop.) And how can the Kelvin carry 800 people?

If this was an alternate-universe story, then I hope we never return. I wouldn't mind seeing this young cast in another Star Trek movie, but I would want that movie to return us to this universe, where the Enterprise looks like the NCC-1701 of TOS, Vulcan still exists, and Amanda lives (and is not played by Winona Ryder). But I also believe this is too much to ask.

This "reboot" probably will be very popular with young movie fans. Thus, it might be the template for future Star Trek movies, in which we'll probably see more changes in Star Trek history. But no matter how popular this "rebooted" Star Trek becomes, it's no substitute for TOS or any other Star Trek series. If this is the only option for continuing Star Trek, then let the franchise die with some dignity.
Quo vadis Star Trek?
Personally, I usually don't think that people need to hear my opinion about movies, because after all there simply is no accounting for taste. However Star Trek isn't a personal but rather a political issue for me. Being in my early twenties I may not consider myself a 40-years-of-Star-Trek-Fan, nevertheless the franchise did have a share in my growing-up and it sure had a share in my personality development, too.

When I bought tickets for Star Trek I already had a bad feeling about seeing my beloved universe getting crushed down by a state-of-the-art Sci-Fi-Action movie, which wasn't that improbable after what happened in Star Trek X. The trailers which I had watched so far enforced my concern. I will not say, all my fears and concerns have proved true. (In which case I should have picked 0 stars instead of 3.) Since the cast at least seems to try hard, some jokes made me laugh (I honestly hadn't expected that to happen), and some scenes even seemed a little authentic I rate this movie with 3 out of 10. I wasn't upset nor was I furious about the whole thing, yet it left me with a deep feeling of disappointment. Why? Because the "Star Trek" (universe, franchise, saga, whatever you might call it) as I got to know it is gone - irrevocably gone. Of course, we fans have to adjust to new; new cinematography, new actors, new stories. We always had to. If you compared Kirk, Picard, Sisko, Janeway and Archer, you could see five very different types of characters, yet we managed to adjust (..well to .. most of them...). We managed to adjust as we always did, because change was what kept Star Trek alive.

What did disappoint me so much was the choice for a time travel plot creating an "alternative timeline" which allows/allowed the film-makers to work with Star Trek while creating something new from the beginning, too. (I believe this has euphemistically been called a reboot, yet if you reboot your computer you don't actually get a new one out of doing so.) It seems to me as if they just wanted to make a Star Trek movie for the masses so badly and at all costs, but without even bothering to watch the shows and engage themselves in the history. I don't blame them for making a prequel - I blame them for thinking they could take Star Trek, remove all of what we fans knew and then put it back on the screen with still the Star Trek label on it. (...and actually believe they could get away with it...) You see, this attitude bugs me so much, and I haven't even criticized some of the weird stuff they present us in this movie. (What the frick is Red Matter?)

There was a time when I was laughed at and mocked by others because I regularly watched Star Trek shows. I always took comfort in the fact that Star Trek was something special, a show that invites you to think, that held more than just the visible, a show in which effects were used to support the plot - not to replace it. Today I don't feel like laughing back at people who have never even considered watching a Star Trek show and are now surprisingly caught by some other big budget Sci-Fi movie. I feel like I lost something valuable. If you go to the movies, don't expect a pleasant surprise. Prepare for the worst, and you might end up giving it 3 stars still. Next time you watch TOS, TNG or DS9 you will probably be even more thankful for what Gene Roddenberry has bequeathed us.
An Insult to Our Intelligence
Just as the 3 "Star Wars" prequels ruined the Star Wars franchise (though I never liked it to begin with), this new "Star Trek" prequel is a damaging blow to the Star Trek movie franchise, and this prequel crap needs to stop now. The pathetic writers of this new Hollywood generation can't come up with any new, creative ideas, so they just keep going back in time (as they did with "Batman Begins") with established franchises, as if we need to see over and over again how the characters we love so much got their start. And the BIG problem with this new "Star Trek" movie is that they TOTALLY foul up the history of these characters and then insult our intelligence by having Spock (Prime - the older Spock) say that his actions altered the course of history (which, we learn, is why Kirk's father dies on the day of his birth this time around). What a lame, poor excuse for why the history of Mr. Spock, Captain Pike, Captain Kirk, Dr. McCoy and even Chekov is so radically different from what it is in the Original Series and its Original movies. What is different? For one, in TOS, Kirk first served under Captain Robert April on a different starship, and had years of experience as a first officer before becoming captain. In this movie, Kirk's serves with Captain Pike of the Enterprise first, right alongside Spock, and on his FIRST day of service he becomes first officer and then on the very same day is suddenly promoted to Captain! Quite a leap up the ladder! In TOS, Spock is supposed to have served under Captain Pike 13 years before he and Kirk meet. Also, Dr. McCoy suddenly becomes Chief Medical Officer on the very same day that Kirk suddenly becomes Captain. Wow, what a coincidence! This movie so ridiculously rushes the whole thing, but it's OK because Spock altered everything, right? In this movie, Chekov is on the bridge as navigator even BEFORE Kirk ever steps foot on the Enterprise. That means he has MORE experience than Kirk! So in TOS how did Kirk become Captain while Chekov was a lowly ensign? Oh yeah, Spock altered history. And Chekov is said to be 17 in this movie. When did he start at Starfleet Academy--when he was 13?! Finally, this movie has no intelligent (or even intelligible) story. It has a ludicrous story of the Romulans (who look like a biker gang in this movie) creating Black Holes out of planets. And this movie is all action and loudness with dizzying camera shaking, which totally goes against TOS's cleverness of playing on ideas rather than action. Abrams has no business in the "Star Trek" franchise, and I hope he never makes another "Star Trek" movie. But I guess as long as they make plenty of $$$$, it doesn't matter. That's more important than being faithful to the characters and history of the show, right?
Plot hole.
Plot hole! Big, giant, gaping, universe-destroying plot hole! For every ounce of praise that can be heaped on this movie, there is one simple yet massive retort: plot hole.

For starters the tag line, "the future begins" is misleading. This is NOT a prequel. This is an alternate reality. Unlike the remake of "Batman" this is not a stand-alone remake of everything. There is the Spock we know from the original franchise come back into this alternative past. This leads to a plot hole.

To be fair this is a good action movie in as much as "Troy" was a good action movie, and like it the mythology is butchered. There is very good emotional conflict in the movie and even a sense of subtlety behind it. The acting is even very well done. The opening sequence leaves no doubt of that. Urban is a fantastic McCoy. The skill of the actors is by far the best thing in the movie.

The shooting was abysmal. The usage of shaken-scenes is horrendous. If not for the explanatory dialog, i.e. "they're launching torpedoes," I would have had no idea what was happening. Instead of the smooth, hyper-visible action of the "Matrix" series we're left with our heads against a jackhammer.

Finally, the ruination of this movie if not the entire series to inevitably follow is the writing. The comedic timing was excellent. The stow-away sequence is a gem. However, the writers seemed to have a problem deciding to restart from scratch or link this to the original franchise. Their compromise is sloppy. Character development is modest at best and unfortunately any novice to this universe is going to require exposure to the universe that was also abandoned.

There is also a fair amount of triteness to all of this action. The scene of being chased by an animal in the snow, only to have the animal eaten by a bigger animal (and in the end it's afraid of fire) wreaks of the "Phantom Menace" debacle.

The biggest fault of the writing are the plot holes:

*Time travel. The most trite waste of time in science fiction. Overused, under explained, and sloppily done almost every time - this is no exception. Bad guy comes back in time to change the past. However, by changing the past he precludes his own actions and that of his futuristic counterpart. On the other hand, maybe he doesn't change the past but instead goes to an alternate universe. That's fine, but then what's the point of blowing up someone else's Earth and Vulcan if it won't have any effect on your own future and won't have any effect on them? Moreover, why wouldn't someone in the future come back to stop you from messing with their future?

*Kirk never finishes the academy. He's not even commissioned. Moreover, he's a stow-away. When push comes to shove, surpassing all sense of rank, he's made second in command. Somewhere on that ship are a lot of angry lieutenants. If anyone in the military actually makes major before they're done with boot camp let me know and I'll believe this.

*Why would someone be carrying so much 'red matter' to destroy the universe many times over if they're going to just make one black hole? Why didn't he blow up his ship to stop all of this in the first place? *How do you show up late to a supernova?

*Why would you make someone a captain fresh out of training?

*Why didn't someone just shoot the drill? Why do you need to lower a drill? You can't drill into San Francisco with a drill you lower into the atmosphere because you're not in geosynchronous orbit and the drag on the drill and the cable by the atmosphere would shake it around a lot.

*Sulu fences like Jet Li. Who carries a sword into space anyway?

*If you can transport people and things traveling great distances at warp speed, why even go to planets anymore?

What is with all the pipes in the engineering spaces? What is with the water pipe big enough for a person and the turbine at the end?

*If in the span of a few seconds Spock's ship travels in time 25 years after the mining ship, why then in the several seconds that it took the mining ship to emerge did it appear all at once rather than over the course of several years?

*How do you create a black hole in a planet that can be seen from another planet, but at the same time the second planet is not also destroyed? Black holes aren't holes that can be traversed.

The casualties are too numerous, not to mention my sense of equilibrium and my wallet. I think this movie could have been done much better and without violating anything involved in the series that preceded it. More effort should have been taken to have the science make sense and to connect this to the original franchise and create a true prequel. Either that or this should have been a stand-alone without the reliance on the original franchise for character and plot development.

I fail to see the point in caring about an alternate version of the franchise. These aren't the characters that have existed for the last several decades - this is an alternate reality. This isn't a reboot. This is a parallel. The origins of Batman, Superman, Wolverine, Dracula, and on and on have been redone time and again. In each, they are the same person in their own encompassed universe. You care about only one at a time and compare the universes. This movie leads you to believe it is the origins of everything that supersedes it; however, it destroys it instead.
Unoriginal and broke canon BADLY
I gave this movie a 5/10 because if you go into this movie having never been exposed to Star Trek before it is a fairly entertaining action flick. For the Trekkie, however, it was absolutely horrible. I suppose that I might fit in with the "hardcore trekkie" crowd who is very hard to please, but I've never been to a convention, I didn't care much for TOS or Enterprise. I can't quote every single episode. I was a pretty big fan of TNG and DS9 and I've seen all of the movies. Anyway ... the movie involves time travel. I figured by now anyone to ever touch Star Trek would have it figured out that time travel is the Trekkie's nemesis. If your plot requires time travel, the movie (or TV episode) will suck. That's pretty much a rule just like the even/odd movie rule (while Nemesis broke that rule, this movie puts it back on track). Eric Bana plays the villain, Nero, who was superfluous and totally unoriginal. He's a Romulan (btw - for no reason what-so-ever they decided to change the appearance of Romulans. They're now bald and have paint on their faces) that survived the destruction of Romulus when their star went nova, killing his wife along with most Rolumans. Spock was supposed to save the planet but failed. Nero blames Spock and decides to take vengeance by traveling back in time to destroy Vulcan and earth. The plot reminded me of the two-part Voyager episode "Year of Hell" starring Kurtwood Smith. I'm pretty sure that episode involved time travel, and the basic premise (wife gets killed, guy goes bad and starts destroying planets) is almost exactly the same! So the plot is lame and ripped off from other cheesy Star Trek plots from past episodes. But there's other extremely lame elements as well: o Spotty has a cheesy, annoying and unnecessary side-kick that reminds me of Jar Jar Binks (though he doesn't speak as much so it's not quite as bad). o Spock and Uhura have a love affair. o At the end of the movie they leave the "star trek universe" in such a manner that destroys all future Star Trek events. Basically TNG, DS9, Voyager, Enterprise ... never happen. I suppose this might not matter if you accept the time travel premise and "alternate time-lines" etc. but that's basically an excuse to ignore canon and do whatever the hell you want. In other words if you go down that path you're deciding from the beginning that you're going to write a bad script. o There's a freakin' sword fighting scene!!!! Why don't they just pull out a phaser and shoot the bad guy!?!? o As someone else said, Kirk was unlikeable as a character. He was made out to be completely infallible and didn't care about anything. He was that "sexy rebel without a cause, that finds his cause" Hollywood clich
I am hurt
I had to see this film twice tonight and it was the painful film going experience of my life. I have always liked star trek, but in the past five years i have really gotten into all the incarnations due to a friend of mine getting me into the original show. so i was excited to go see this new movie with him.

we were heart broken, there are too many things wrong with it to list but what really crushed my soul was that star trek is the only depiction of the future that puts our species in a positive light and that what i think is it's appeal, and in this version they have simply missed the point on all counts and it has really upset me

and if your thinking this film its OK for people who haven't seen star trek the action is predictable, the humour is terrible even for a small childs expectations, the character development especially between the 3 core members isn't there and it lacks any involvement with the audience

one more thing, it's a miming ship they're up against, it wouldn't have weapons, or shields or torture creatures, or warp drives or anything

it's so stupid i hate it i hat Simon peggs accent, i hate karl urban , i hate jj Abraham's, why are the com badges silver? the guns look cheaper than the original series, so do the transporter effects, why is he listening to beastie boys? how does that car work

i could go on and on, but I'm tired, don't see this film

only go to see it if you are a meat head and fast and the furious is your favourite film
Frenetic, brainless bastardization of the original concept.
It happens on daytime television: A new storyline is developed which renders everything that came before it impossible and inconsistent. It happens in comic books: Entire histories and established conceits of a character or situation are redone without regard for the previous effort. Here it happens in a movie. A revisionist, souped-up, tweaked version of the famous television series comes along that jettisons about 80% of what made the original meaningful, resonant and special. Not only does it reconfigure or ignore the "established" continuity of the characters' prior universe, but it's also unapologetic about it. Who cares what anyone else thought when they watched "Star Trek" during its original run or in syndication? This is the way it's going to be for the A.D.D., Xbox, Jonas Brothers, youtube, Hannah Montana, iPod, CGI set and anyone who doesn't like it can be damned. Since the makers of this and other products, which undercut any personal investment a viewer may have made in the previous work, have no regard for that audience, the only recourse that audience has is to resist supporting the new work. However, that hardly matters when something comes along that, despite its emptiness, idiocy and even ignorance, appeals so much to the target audience that it can't help but be a huge success. All that's left to do is either chuck one's emotional connection to the original concept and get on board or sit at home with the 4 decade old series on DVD. Though not every fan of the original series will be this polarized, it's a decision that many folks will have to make. The good news is that Pine is an appealing, dynamic and enthusiastic Kirk (though not much like William Shatner, for better or for worse), Quinto is close to perfection as Spock in both looks and manner and the chemistry between the core cast members is adequate enough to provide a decent sense of camaraderie in the inevitable follow-up, especially if, on the off chance, the producers decide to actually follow the intended path and put the team into the scenario of seeking out "new life and new civilizations" together instead of rehashing and retreading everything that was already "established." Cross and Ryder also prove to be effective choices as Quinto's parents. Also, Bana's ship is decidedly imposing and threatening looking. The bad news is that virtually any semblance of the vision, social commentary, optimism, discovery, sense of unity or even a sense of adventure, really, is absent from this incarnation. In its place are lightning fast camera-work and editing, animated effects, over-the-top "stunts" and lots of explosions and death. The people are props and/or caricatures and are, in fact, incidental to the action "showpieces." With luck, the next installment will capitalize on the premise of the Enterprise's mission and allow the ensemble to gel into a unit that sticks together as they explore the farthest reaches of the galaxy. This messy, inane, disrespectful prologue doesn't inspire much faith, however. Oh, and check out the female Vulcan council-member's beaming expression of pride and joy when Spock is admitted to their academy! Did anyone associated with this film ever see even one episode of the series?
Very Sad
The initial idea was great. Fans expected some good story telling about time before The Original Series. But we got childish mambo-jumbo with lot of explosions and incoherent plot. We learned that planet Vulcan was destroyed, but how did it manage to exist in The Original Series and movie sequels? Why did screenplay ignore the knowledge of fans in such arrogant way? Acting looks like gang of high school boys and girls having fun of private party. OK, I can understand if in the mind of production the target consumers supposed to be children, but why all the fans from 1960s were ignored? Pity for such a great franchise. Unbelievably bellow Star Trek films which had great screenplays.
What a waste of time !!!!
This movie is just a joke,if you like Star Trek ,don't go to the movies to watch this comedy.

What a total waste of time,seriously it was boring as hell.Iam curious how some guys rated this movie high.They must be out of their fu*&ing minds.

This movie is crap.Get out with your girlfriend,go for a drink at your favourite place. Watch videos at youtube, buy a Korean Thriller ,do anything else but don't waste your time and money to go and watch this Parody.

Star Trek lives long, but does it prosper?
I got an invitation for the Bulgarian (pre)premiere of the new Star Trek and I saw it on April 27. It is an OK movie, but I feel that Star Trek and its fans deserve more.

The movie starts with a kick. Some huge and really advanced Romulan ship encounters a federation ship. The Romulan captain Nero is searching for Spock, but nobody has ever heard of him, and the Romulans lose their temper right away and kill the captain. The new captain is now Kirk Sr. who takes control over the Federation vehicle and sacrificing both the ship and his life rams himself into the Romulans, saving the lives of thousands of people, including his wife and newborn son - James Tiberius Kirk. Kirk the father flying towards his certain but heroic death while listening to his wife giving birth to his son, now this was some epic drama.

We see James T. Kirk racing down a country road in a stolen retro car, listening to the Beastie Boys' "Sabotage" while being chased by some flying traffic cop, which was a cool scene, though completely irrelevant for the story.

We see young Spock teased and picked on in Vulcan school (I didn't know the Vulcan's have bullies at school as well) and having troubles because of having a human mother.

Then as expected Kirk has grown into a rebellious teen/young adult, and he is trying to use his charm on Uhura at a bar, in the process finds himself in a fight with four Federation cadets, and after being badly beaten is recruited by his father's old friend Captain Christopher Pike.

Little by little we see all the rest of the familiar crew - Dr. McCoy, Sulu, Chekov, Scotty and so on, and I admit that it's really fun to see them while they take their first steps towards the final frontier.

And from this point on the movie is quite predictable, there are no serious plot twists (but there are a number of plot holes).

Comes out that the Romulans are some angry miners from the future who are after Spock who didn't save their planet from annihilation. After seeing the end of their world they came back in time to get their hands on Spock, planning to destroy Vulcan and make him watch. Spock on the other hand came back in time hoping to make things right somehow. But the Romulans came like 25 years before Spock and when hey didn't find him it all ended with the death of Kirk's father.

Now the Romulans are here again, 25 years later, back in tie with a vengeance, creating a black whole that engulfs Vulcan among with Syler's... pardon me, Spock's mother. Captain Christopher Pike is captured, they want him to give them some security codes so they can do to Earth the same they did to Vulcan, and it is up to Spock and Kirk to stop them. I mean... it is up to Spock, Kirk and Spock to stop them.

The old Spock from the future is here now, helping Kirk to become a captain of the Enterprise, telling Scotty the beaming formula he is supposed to discover himself some years later, and telling the young Spock that he is actually Spock too...

Guess what? All this creates an alternative universe. That's the excuse they came up with for the reboot.

All in all, it is a good way to waste two hours, but it is nothing memorable. The main flaw is the unnecessary use of shaky camera and unstable frames. I know they use it all the time nowadays and we see it in like every action movie, but still it is not an excuse. I guess this is the way they want to create pace and make it more dynamic, but actually when you walk out of the cinema I wouldn't be surprised if you have a headache. The constant twitches are really annoying, and they were used even in simple dialog scenes. I really can't understand why they shake the camera so much and in some scenes it just made absolutely no sense. I mean, come on, you spent millions of dollars on sets and CGI, give me some static shot, stand still for a while and let us enjoy the view! Otherwise we have to wait for the DVD and push the Pause button, hoping that the creature or the spaceship will be on focus and we will be able to see some more details.

Speaking of CGI for millions of dollars... they created black wholes engulfing planets and giant alien monsters chasing Kirk through a snowy wasteland, but they didn't add steam coming out of their mouths. When it's cold and you breathe there is usually steam coming out of your mouth I wonder why there wasn't any while Kirk and Spock were in an ice cave... It's not the only movie where they make this mistake, but it's really annoying when you notice it and makes the whole snowy set look fake.

But let's point out some good things as well - fan service! The short skirt uniforms, Uhura is hot and there is a green-skinned Orion slave girl! Well, it's not like a blue Twilek babe, but after all it's only Star Trek ;) The best is that the ending pays homage to the original series and they finally play a motif from the Star Trek theme. I have absolutely no idea why they didn't use it throughout the whole movie, the old Star Trek soundtracks have brilliant themes and I think they should have used them.
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