Star Trek Into Darkness

Star Trek Into Darkness

Director: J.J. Abrams Cast: Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, Zoe Saldana
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Star Trek Into Darkness 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I think that DVD owners should get the same special features as Blu-Ray owners. Why are we being short-changed?
SleepDreamWrite More than 1 year ago
The acting, atmosphere, tone, etc, really good sequel. Even better than the first. Love the cast.
Wojo More than 1 year ago
The second installment of this gold standard reboot is just as compelling as the first Star Trek. The first movie was a fresh surprise, but this continuation finds the relationship between Kirk and Spock firmly established. But a hero is only as good as the bad guy, and in this case Benedict Cumberbatch does a superlative job. If you have not seen the film, I will not spoil it by revealing his character's name. All in all this is a solid and superior 2nd film in the new Star Trek mission.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Capitalism, the oldest frontier. These are the voyages of J.J. Abrams Enterprise. It's continuing mission: To avoid imagining new life. To not comment about, or have any relevance to, civilization. To cowardly mutilate what Star Trek has done before.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Star Trek is a movie that tells the early command of Captian Kirk and Spock and all the other characters of the first Star Trek .
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
BENNIE QUINCY SHAFT SAYS … THE NEW STAR TREK REBOOT CHARACTERS HAVE NO HEART. THE CHARACTERS ARE SHALLOW. THEY HAVE NO SOUL. THEY ARE CARICATURES. While the first reboot title, “Star Trek,” had many plot “holes,” the movie was, in a way, somewhat entertaining. Bertha Zelda and I actually watched the movie twice. We both had open minds. We may not have liked the portrayals of the classic Star Trek characters as much as the portrayals by the original cast members, but we were tolerant. However, this 2nd outing is, well, pure Dreck. The convoluted plots and the poor acting and the re-dubbed dialog in the center of the movie (about 25 minutes worth), that could have been done better by Senor Wences, made both of us wince. The director and the writers should have been very ashamed of this movie, because by attempting to re-do a classic Star Trek movie, even to the point of “borrowing” dialog and contriving different versions of events in “Star Trek II – The Wrath of Khan,” they ruined not only this movie, but also the movie they parodied. They truly screwed up. Bertha Zelda commented, “This is the best part of the movie,” when the final credits and theme music were being played. I thought Leonard Nimoy’s appearance to be the best part of the movie. Finally, here was a real actor, a believable actor, who wasn’t just there for the pay cheque. The Blu-Ray picture and the high quality sound were wonderful. Unfortunately, the movie itself was, “One giant step backwards for cinema!”