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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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Brutally bad.
No lie, this was one of the worst movies I've seen in awhile.

Thin, dull plot that's already a rehash from a prior film. Paper thin characters. Zero intellectual or emotional depth. There was nothing challenging about this story, nothing thought provoking or even intriguing. Basically, bad guy wants to blow some *beep* up and after a bunch of explosions and hand-to-hand fights and crappy one liners, he's stopped by our heroes. The end. This kind of formula occasionally produces an awesome movie or two, but those movies are usually fresh and intelligently made in some way that makes them stand out.

This movie was not intelligently made, not at all.

Seriously, the writing here seemed like a seventh-grader's rendition of how adults are supposed to act: the Uhura / Spock 'fight' was like a scene you'd overhear in a middle school hallway or something. It was laughable. The few moments that should have been stirring sucked because they were just straight rips from Wrath of Khan.

On screen, it seemed like explosions, gunfire, and lens flare dominated probably 80% of the shots, and the effects looked like something from a B-grade Xbox game. There was so much CG "action" that it all ended up being pretty boring. I never felt any sense of danger. Worst of all was that constantly swelling score with the same series of notes over and over and over again. You know what I'm talking about. I mean, damn, it was cool the first couple of times, but when the 18th minor protagonist triumph was accompanied by this same bombastic progression, I was curled up in a fetal position. Please, just make it stop.

Beyond all of these issues, Star Trek was never supposed to be about endless violence and effects and one liners. It seems like Abrams has turned the series into a moderately more upscale version of Transformers, and it's too bad. There was so much more that could have been done.

So yeah, this movie sucked. A lot. I can't believe the rating it has on here. I'm starting to wonder if most of the voters work for the studios or if they've received lobotomies or something...
I want to qualify my review by saying that I'm an old-school Trek fan. I also want to say that I didn't like the 2009 Abrams "Star Trek" movie very much, although I didn't absolutely hate it.

They managed to make the franchise even dumber and more ADD than the 2009 Trek movie.

Lots of action, pretty actors and actresses, and cool special effects. Those were the only real redeeming qualities of this movie.

Story and character motivation were severely lacking. A brief cameo appearance by an old-school Trek character is used to further the plot in the least subtle way; the character bonks the audience over the head with information about the antagonist, rather than the script leading us to the information.

Benedict Cumberbatch was severely underutilized as an actor. There was only one marginally good scene between Kirk and Cumberbatch's character in which he explains his motivations. Otherwise, the character was one-dimensional and was going through the action-packed motions from that point on with requisite snarling.

Overall, I hope J.J. Abrams gives up the Star Trek franchise when he makes the new Star Wars movie. He's taken all of the thinking out of Star Trek. While old Trek was never hardcore sci-fi, and sometimes was kinda cheesy, at least it had elements of politics, religion, and social issues.
Bungie Jumping Sci-Fi, Unfortunately...
If my headline wouldn't have contained a spoiler, I would have titled this review: "Pussy Kligons, Ineffective Khan". The spoiler being that no one is to know that Khan is the villain until the second half of the movie, and most Sci-fi fans knew the identity of the enemy from the previews. Judging this film on the poor characterization of two of the best villains in Sci-fi history, however, would be giving a half-billion dollar production a pass.

No, this is a film that likes Kligons for their looks, and Khan for his action moves. How closely the Federation's actions are to the Kligons is never debated. What the implications of the Genetics War were to a new war mongering society were also swept under the rug. But again, that's back to old Star Trek...

What does this film have to offer to the Sci-Fi genre? Not much. Most of the scenes revolve around hair raising events, and how risky they are to the human body - such as the volcano sequence in the first part of the film. This is a good beginning. Too many times, all films show these daring do stunts that no human can survive. But instead of delving into a situation in which science is used to upgrade the human body, the filmmakers instead just bring in Khan as the answer.

(Also, this alternate universe was supposed to have been created 28 years prior to this film, whereas the Botany Bay - Khan's ship - was supposed to have set sail about 280 years prior, and was to be in unexplored space. The film never mentions how the Federation was supposed to have picked up his ship.) It's obvious the film maker doesn't have any feel for these stories. It might have been interesting to blow up Vulcan, or make Kirk a problem child, but science fiction actually has to have some science dilemma. Remake Die Hard, Walking Tall or The Bourne series. Leave the heady Sci-Fi stuff alone.
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!"
Big Blockbuster disappointment
I really enjoyed Star Trek 2009, in that reboot I thought that Abrams had captured the spirit of the original show and the subsequent movies.

That ensemble cast and screenplay reminded us of the camaraderie that was an integral part of the success of Star Trek. All in all in was a very enjoyable flick, a slick fun ride, excitement, humour, quirky characters and it "felt" like Star Trek.

ST Into Darkness overwhelms all these idiosyncrasies with typical blockbuster formulaic devices, the use of music, the plot forced into situations for crucial decisions, the never ending escalation of "tension", the betrayal(s)etc. etc.

While some reviewers have complained about plot inconsistencies I would say that these are usually forgiven or overlooked when one is caught up with the characters and story of a movie that captivates on an emotional level, with ST Into Darkness this does not happen at least not for either my wife nor I.

If you want a big summer movie and are not overly concerned with this being as close to the spirit of ST as the original series, movies and Abrams' reboot then enjoy! If you are looking for a film with an emotional connection to the spirit and feel of same then I dare say you will be left feeling empty, very much style(summer blockbuster)over substance.

*Sigh*, the pursuit of money has made it increasingly difficult for writers and directors to make films that are not dictated by the investment requirements. Hey what do I know.... this film will make many hundreds of millions of dollars. 4.0/10.
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.
Didn't make it for me
I have been watching Star Trek since the 1960's. Abrams went boldly down the wrong path with Into Darkness. While I fully realize that this is a new Star Trek franchise, and I did like the 2009 reboot, this one didn't cut for me. The opening scene was ridiculously lame and nonsensical. Planetary orbit and transporters were abandoned in favor of turning the Enterprise into a submarine (like the planet inhabitants wouldn't have seen THAT when they went underwater) and using a "cold fusion" device to create cold when in fact REAL cold fusion creates heat, not cold. The non-action scenes were fairly well done, in fact they are the only reason I wasn't completely bored with the movie and why I gave it a 3. I was expecting much, much more from Cumberbatch, but I found his performance to be robotic, dispassionate, and just downright not creepy enough. The best scene he had in the entire movie was his encounter with the Kingons, but other than that he was pretty blah. The action scenes were either too predictable or upscaled, blatant ripoffs from previous ST movies such as Nemesis. The gratuitous profanity was neither needed nor appreciated and actually detracted from the dialogue. The scenes of Alice Eve in her undies and the one with Nimoy could have been left out as they added nothing. If you have seen Wrath of Khan, the scene of Kirk in the radiation chamber will make you absolutely cringe.

Overall, the movie simply lacked the edge, passion, and creative thinking needed to recreate the Khan story.
An inventive, unpredictable, mesmerising space voyage! Spectacular!!!!
Truly spectacular, one of those rare amazing, inventive and often unpredictable blockbusters. The acting was great all round, especially Cumberbatch - wow, he was superb. The direction, cinematography and visual effects were all greatly innovative and brilliant; the screenplay fun, often humorous and has a lot of heart for all its characters which are all really well developed.

The film has some cliché moments which can't be avoided often with a film this scale however they make use of them well and still pack plenty of surprises. As well as this, despite not being a proper Trekkie myself, some moments gave me goosebumps from the awesomeness from seeing the Enterprise for the first time for example, which greatly honoured the original series. J.J. Abrams' lens flares helped create more realism in a lot of the scenes despite the fact he often overuses of them.

The villain was very interesting and the development, dialogue and motivations of his character were very convincing and inventive, Cumberbatch's fantastic acting greatly helped bring this character to life. Also the way he executed his plan showed a lot more cutting edge creativity than especially most modern blockbusters, not to say it's done nearly to the same level of genius but something I haven't felt in a villain's characterisation/acting since The Dark Knight.

Overall, a mesmerising film with nice homages to the original series, one filled with heart, grace, innovation, superb characters and acting and some impressive, clever visuals and immersive 3D, one of the only times I can say that. Up there with the 2009 one, not sure which I prefer, possibly the previous one largely due to the more clever story, despite this one having a much better villain, still not sure though. Still a very strongly recommended film, may hit my top 100 simply because how much I was impressed by it. 9/10!
I just sat through the whole entire film and it reminded me of star wars phantom menace but that film was good compared to this and btw i hated phantom menace

I did write a full long page on this then i thought why should i even bothered because that is how i felt through this film. they really didn't put any effort in the film but thought yea explosions explosions explosions yes its visually stunning and the cast are awesome but the STORY lacked sooooo much and to make it even more Worse they decided to basically rip of a scene from the wrath of Khan where Spock dies. J.J. Abrams that is just a NO NO.

if you like star trek and enjoyed the first reboot seriously avoid this one.

J.J. Abrams let Kirk go down with the ship now or do this film properly
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.
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