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Review: Star Trek Into Darkness

Star Trek Into Darkness
May. 14, 2013by:
7 10

PLOT: The crew of the Starship Enterprise square off against steep odds when theyíre tasked with tracking down a brutal terrorist who has an ominous agenda against Starfleet.

REVIEW: Hand it to J.J. Abrams: his STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS is a movie just waiting to be picked (or ripped) apart by Trekkies, fanboys and even moderate science-fiction fans. After the shockingly good STAR TREK, which introduced a freshness into the look and feel of a beloved franchise while remaining respectful of the source material, Abrams knew he had a myriad of challenges following it up. We gave him a big slap on the back for the first one, but weíd be looking very closely at the second, eagerly anticipating where it would boldly go while absolutely prepared to be let-down by it. So whatíd Abrams do? He decided to throw his hands up and go places that no one could have expected heíd go - and thatís directly into sacred STAR TREK lore.

Yes, STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS delves into the mythology of the series and frequently recreates crucial passages from it. Some may accuse Abrams and his writers of laziness or sacrilege, but again, I hand it to him for going all-in. A director who covers each project with a shroud of secrecy and has an acute knowledge of the prickly geek nation has decided to gamble, fully aware that heís going to be blasted by a large contingent of his audience. Heís a brave one, that J.J...

But letís not dwell on the past; is STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS any good? On its own terms, yes it is. Itís fun, quick and full of the same self-assured confidence that the first film - and its lead character, James T. Kirk - possessed. Itís also dark (the title gives that away) and surprisingly violent, marked with allusions to modern-day acts of terrorism and presenting a nasty villain who doesnít possess a single sympathetic attribute. Itís not as endearing as the first film, but STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS contains an equal amount of energy and bravado.

If thereís a major failing, itís in a plot that can be considered clunky and, considering the ingenuity found in the first STAR TREKís story, ho-hum. A massive blast at a secret Starfleet location has killed many, and a terrorist calling himself John Harrison (Benedict Cumberbatch) has taken credit for it. Harrison is evidently a Starfleet officer himself, and though his demands or reasons arenít clear, the higher-ups want him tracked down and exterminated immediately. The task falls to Captain Kirk (Chris Pine) and his Enterprise crew, some of whom take issue with their new assignment. Chief among these naysayers is, of course, Spock (Zachary Quinto), who notes the moral quandary in a Starfleet crew - this crew in particular - performing what is essentially a military hit.

Spock and Kirk are not on the best of terms; when we catch up with them on an adventure on a primitive planet, Kirk goes out of his way to rescue Spock - who faces certain doom in the mouth of a volcano - at the expense of Starfleet regulations. (You know Kirk doesnít care Ďbout those.) Spock turns Kirk in for disobeying the rules, reigniting Kirkís frustration with the half man, half Vulcan for not appreciating the rescue.

Abrams uses the Enterpriseís mission to kill (or capture) Harrison has the jumping off point for a series of thrilling action sequences and nefarious conspiracy plots. When theyíre not being battered with torpedoes or battling Klingons, the Enterprise crew has to sort out who exactly is friend and who is foe. There is a lot of exposition to wade through, and some of the plot ďtwistsĒ seem perfunctory, but the director charges each sequence with excitement and splendid visual effects. Even when there isnít a whole lot going on in a scene, thereís a lot going on in it, if you catch my drift. Abrams is an entertainer through and through, and if you want more bang for your buck, you canít go wrong when heís at the helm. (IMAX is the way to go, folks, the film looks fantastic in the format and is deserving of it.)

Abrams does tread in some slippery territory in the filmís third act, however. Iím far from being a Trekkie, but even I found myself shocked by the way STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS essentially remakes a few crucial passages in the franchiseís history. I donít doubt Abramsí heart is in the right place (and as mentioned before, heís being quite bold with some of his decisions), but STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS opens itself up to comparison to earlier entries in a way that makes it fairly vulnerable to criticism. It should be interesting to see if, going forward, STAR TREK is content to hang on to the past for inspiration or is willing to venture off in new directions.

The characters and their ample quirks and traits are what make this - and any - STAR TREK truly worth watching, and INTO DARKNESS provides us with plenty to enjoy. Kirk and Spock's on-again, off-again bromance is again the linchpin in this STAR TREK story, and their time-tested debates about logic-versus-impulsiveness are peppered throughout. (Of course, familiar STAR TREK themes of loyalty, duty, accountability and the needs of the few weighed against the needs of many are also prevalent.)Pine and Quinto havenít missed a step returning to their respective roles, and itís heartening to think theyíll be going on like this for years to come.

As is to be expected, each castmember canít get equal screentime, so a few of the supporting characters are pushed to the side in favor of the new characters and Abramsí plot machinations. The first film did such an admirable job juggling everybody that itís disappointing to see John Choís Sulu and Anton Yelchinís Chekov be relegated to almost insubstantial crewmembers. Even Karl Urbanís Bones (still crotchety as ever) and Zoe Saldanaís Uhura are little more than afterthoughts. (Although Uhura and Spock's touchy relationship is expanded upon.) Fans of Simon Pegg will be heartened to know that Scotty plays a more significant role here than in the first film (from which he was absent for a long stretch, of course), and Peggís lively performance brings much needed good-naturedness to the frequently grim proceedings.

Benedict Cumberbatchís much-ballyhooed villain is indeed a sinister creation, and while I wonít reveal his identity here, anyone with Google and the will to research shouldnít have a problem learning who heís playing. This character is certain to rile up a certain segment of Trekkies, and I canít defend the choices Abrams makes in regard to him, but thereís still no denying that Cumberbatch is an arresting and, when heís in battle-mode, intimidating screen presence. Also making an impression is Peter Weller, as an admiral with mysterious motives; Wellerís craggy face and authoritative voice fill the theater with surprising power, and we wonder why we donít see more of this actor in movies nowadays. (Of course, we can expect that to change thanks to this memorable performance.) Alice Eve, as Carol Marcus, Kirkís best girl-to-be, is undeniably attractive, and has potential to make an impact down the line, but doesnít serve too great of a purpose here other than to fill in some plot needs.

And yes, there are Klingons here, but their appearance isnít more than an extended cameo; a betting man would assume theyíll have much more to do in the next sequel. Thereís also a nice cameo all STAR TREK fans will enjoy, and Iím not talking about the Tribble that shows up.

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3:48PM on 05/16/2013
I want to see the Gorn in the next film.
I want to see the Gorn in the next film.
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1:49AM on 05/16/2013

You have to laugh

Since when is 7/10 considered a bad review score? Judging by some of the comments below, you'd think the reviewer had dumped all over this movie. I personally loved the movie and I do not consider myself a trekkie nor a JJ fanboy. I would definitely see it again and feel that whilst I personally may have rated it slightly higher, I am not going to get all whiney over a 7/10!!!!
Since when is 7/10 considered a bad review score? Judging by some of the comments below, you'd think the reviewer had dumped all over this movie. I personally loved the movie and I do not consider myself a trekkie nor a JJ fanboy. I would definitely see it again and feel that whilst I personally may have rated it slightly higher, I am not going to get all whiney over a 7/10!!!!
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2:44AM on 05/15/2013
The problem with homages is that they seem a bit lazy. When you are watching a parody movie you laugh when somebody uses a line out of a movie you've already seen but when a major motion picture uses line after line out of a previous movie it gets tiresome after a while. It's okay when movies take lines from comic books because that is a different medium and in that case you actually want the comics transfered onto the screen. But line after line taken from a previous movie seems like a
The problem with homages is that they seem a bit lazy. When you are watching a parody movie you laugh when somebody uses a line out of a movie you've already seen but when a major motion picture uses line after line out of a previous movie it gets tiresome after a while. It's okay when movies take lines from comic books because that is a different medium and in that case you actually want the comics transfered onto the screen. But line after line taken from a previous movie seems like a rehash.
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2:39AM on 05/15/2013
STAR TREK 2: THE REHASH OF...
STAR TREK 2: THE REHASH OF...
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1:50AM on 05/15/2013
I just got back from seeing it and I can safely say that it's a pretty good movie. I don't think I liked it as much as the first movie, but it's a pretty solid and entertaining movie. I'd give it a high 8/10 with the first getting a 9.5/10. I'd definately see it again in theaters before it leaves.
I just got back from seeing it and I can safely say that it's a pretty good movie. I don't think I liked it as much as the first movie, but it's a pretty solid and entertaining movie. I'd give it a high 8/10 with the first getting a 9.5/10. I'd definately see it again in theaters before it leaves.
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10:27PM on 05/14/2013

i dont think real trekkies will like the film

i saw this movie last week... as someone who was born and raised as a Trekkie I have nothing but disappointment in this movie. The story became ever more predictable as it went on and in my mind the characters were so much less believable than they were in the first film.
It does concern me that JJ Abrams went to the trouble of establishing a separate time line in the first film to allow for him to take creative license, then why rehash old ideas???
I have never been more worried for Star
i saw this movie last week... as someone who was born and raised as a Trekkie I have nothing but disappointment in this movie. The story became ever more predictable as it went on and in my mind the characters were so much less believable than they were in the first film.
It does concern me that JJ Abrams went to the trouble of establishing a separate time line in the first film to allow for him to take creative license, then why rehash old ideas???
I have never been more worried for Star Wars than after seeing this film.
I give STITD 4 1/2 out of 10

P.S. I'm a JJ Abrams film *lens flare, lens flare, lens flare, lens flare*
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11:26PM on 05/14/2013
im a real trekkie and there's no doubt in my mind i will enjoy it. there are other reviews for this movie besides on joblo.com
im a real trekkie and there's no doubt in my mind i will enjoy it. there are other reviews for this movie besides on joblo.com
11:33PM on 05/14/2013
i have actually seen it, my comments and thoughts are my own so other sites reviews arent really applicable, if you see it and love it thats great for you. For me it was horrible, camp, lame and predictable in every way. The Klingons look like they came from a gay nightclub.
i have actually seen it, my comments and thoughts are my own so other sites reviews arent really applicable, if you see it and love it thats great for you. For me it was horrible, camp, lame and predictable in every way. The Klingons look like they came from a gay nightclub.
10:12PM on 05/14/2013

JoBlo fail

I haven't seen it yet, but I've read tons of other reviews for this movie around the web, and the majority of people thought it was an all-around great film. The ones who didn't tended to be pompous a-holes. Like others have said, JoBlo thought Iron Man 3 was just swell...but Star Trek ID? Nah...we're gonna give it a 7, not a 9 and not even an 8, and we're not even gonna give any real reasons why the movie is so meh. wtf
I haven't seen it yet, but I've read tons of other reviews for this movie around the web, and the majority of people thought it was an all-around great film. The ones who didn't tended to be pompous a-holes. Like others have said, JoBlo thought Iron Man 3 was just swell...but Star Trek ID? Nah...we're gonna give it a 7, not a 9 and not even an 8, and we're not even gonna give any real reasons why the movie is so meh. wtf
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2:38AM on 05/15/2013
There are reasons for giving the movie a 7 which you will understand WHEN YOU ACTUALLY SEE IT. I walked out of the threater wanting to call it STAR TREK TWO: THE REHASH OF... well, see it and you'll know what I mean.
There are reasons for giving the movie a 7 which you will understand WHEN YOU ACTUALLY SEE IT. I walked out of the threater wanting to call it STAR TREK TWO: THE REHASH OF... well, see it and you'll know what I mean.
8:04AM on 05/15/2013
Martin. Youre one of the pompous aholes that everyone is talking about.

Other than (spoilers)






Khan being in this. The plot resembles absolutely NOTHING of spaceseed or wrath of khan.
Martin. Youre one of the pompous aholes that everyone is talking about.

Other than (spoilers)






Khan being in this. The plot resembles absolutely NOTHING of spaceseed or wrath of khan.
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9:37PM on 05/14/2013
This site put iron man 3 in the top ten(or fifteen can't remember) of the best superhero movies of all time. This 7/10 can't be trusted.
This site put iron man 3 in the top ten(or fifteen can't remember) of the best superhero movies of all time. This 7/10 can't be trusted.
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1:10PM on 05/15/2013
And they did that before the movie even came out if I remember correctly, just based on the hype!
And they did that before the movie even came out if I remember correctly, just based on the hype!
6:27PM on 05/14/2013

Eric is being kind with a 7.

This movie is candy for idiots. Messing with lore is one thing (thumbs up for first movie!), but point blank copying it and making it stupid is another (thumbs down for this plot hole riddled mess). Boo to you JJ. Booooooo..
This movie is candy for idiots. Messing with lore is one thing (thumbs up for first movie!), but point blank copying it and making it stupid is another (thumbs down for this plot hole riddled mess). Boo to you JJ. Booooooo..
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11:04AM on 05/15/2013
But i think the point people are making is how iron man 3 sooo much better than it?

Because this is better than iron man 3.
But i think the point people are making is how iron man 3 sooo much better than it?

Because this is better than iron man 3.
4:18PM on 05/14/2013
Getting my IMAX tickets in the next few days. I'm not a trekkie at all but really enjoyed the reboot J.J. Abrams gave this series. Hoping this is a fun ride as much as the first one was.
Getting my IMAX tickets in the next few days. I'm not a trekkie at all but really enjoyed the reboot J.J. Abrams gave this series. Hoping this is a fun ride as much as the first one was.
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2:12PM on 05/14/2013
If this had been directed by Quentin Tarantino, I bet it would have gotten a 10 on this site.
I used to trust the reviews when Joblo himself used to do them. I miss you Berge.
If this had been directed by Quentin Tarantino, I bet it would have gotten a 10 on this site.
I used to trust the reviews when Joblo himself used to do them. I miss you Berge.
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2:26PM on 05/14/2013
I kind of have to disagree with you. On the whole, they give pretty decent reviews. It's only when it comes to geek properties that they get a little out of hand. I mean the Iron Man 3 reviews were dependent on how well they appreciated the Mandarin twist, and since none of them had a problem it got spectacular reviews. But then something like Star Trek and how it handled changes to Trek lore, they don't like the changes so it means it's not as good. Their reviews of geek properties always
I kind of have to disagree with you. On the whole, they give pretty decent reviews. It's only when it comes to geek properties that they get a little out of hand. I mean the Iron Man 3 reviews were dependent on how well they appreciated the Mandarin twist, and since none of them had a problem it got spectacular reviews. But then something like Star Trek and how it handled changes to Trek lore, they don't like the changes so it means it's not as good. Their reviews of geek properties always fall flat because they rate it as it's compared to source material or the original content. They never rate a movie on how well it stands on it's own merits.
2:44AM on 05/15/2013
The problem with homages is that they seem a bit lazy. When you are watching a parody movie you laugh when somebody uses a line out of a movie you've already seen but when a major motion picture uses line after line out of a previous movie it gets tiresome after a while. It's okay when movies take lines from comic books because that is a different medium and in that case you actually want the comics transfered onto the screen. But line after line taken from a previous movie seems like a
The problem with homages is that they seem a bit lazy. When you are watching a parody movie you laugh when somebody uses a line out of a movie you've already seen but when a major motion picture uses line after line out of a previous movie it gets tiresome after a while. It's okay when movies take lines from comic books because that is a different medium and in that case you actually want the comics transfered onto the screen. But line after line taken from a previous movie seems like a rehash.
1:55PM on 05/14/2013
Damn double post
Damn double post
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1:53PM on 05/14/2013
I'll be seeing this movie Friday and am glad to hear it turned out decent.
As for messing with Trek lore; who cares at this point? It's a reboot in an alternate timeline. It SHOULD be messing with the established lore. Bring it on!!!!!
I'll be seeing this movie Friday and am glad to hear it turned out decent.
As for messing with Trek lore; who cares at this point? It's a reboot in an alternate timeline. It SHOULD be messing with the established lore. Bring it on!!!!!
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2:19PM on 05/14/2013
Couldn't agree more. Why should trekkies expectations determine whether or not this film will be good. And if changing things up a bit and messing with lore/mythology is such a problem, then why aren't more trekkies pissed about Abrams blowing up Vulcan? But as soon as you mess with "you know who", suddenly it's sacrilege. Gimme a break!
Couldn't agree more. Why should trekkies expectations determine whether or not this film will be good. And if changing things up a bit and messing with lore/mythology is such a problem, then why aren't more trekkies pissed about Abrams blowing up Vulcan? But as soon as you mess with "you know who", suddenly it's sacrilege. Gimme a break!
1:40PM on 05/14/2013
Yeah it at least deserves an 8, but this movie will nonetheless drive a real wedge between trekkies. Aestheically it's a little un-Trek, I'll admit, coming off as a real balls-to-the-wall thriller but thematically its heart is in the right place, it maybe just could've benefitted from a few more pauses for breath.
Yeah it at least deserves an 8, but this movie will nonetheless drive a real wedge between trekkies. Aestheically it's a little un-Trek, I'll admit, coming off as a real balls-to-the-wall thriller but thematically its heart is in the right place, it maybe just could've benefitted from a few more pauses for breath.
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1:15PM on 05/14/2013
Horrible review i saw this movie in Mexico. This is the best sci-fi sequel since Empire S.B. Great story, great action and visuals are awesome. Watch it in Imax! Deserves at leat an 9 or 10!
Horrible review i saw this movie in Mexico. This is the best sci-fi sequel since Empire S.B. Great story, great action and visuals are awesome. Watch it in Imax! Deserves at leat an 9 or 10!
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1:03PM on 05/14/2013
All I know is that I can't wait to see it on IMAX this weekend. The movie looks great.
All I know is that I can't wait to see it on IMAX this weekend. The movie looks great.
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1:02PM on 05/14/2013
To be fair, this site loved "Iron Man 3" and that movie sucked.
To be fair, this site loved "Iron Man 3" and that movie sucked.
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1:38PM on 05/14/2013
So true...
So true...
1:55PM on 05/14/2013
That's what I heard as well. I'll wait till it's in the bargain bin at Wal-Mart.
That's what I heard as well. I'll wait till it's in the bargain bin at Wal-Mart.
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12:41PM on 05/14/2013

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A 7 huh?? IDK, as I have not seen the movie yet to judge your judging......yep. I'm guessing you stuck the tip in, as promised, then blew yer dork load early, rolled over and lost interest; thus never giving the movie a fair chance....its ok, these things happen mate...get it, mate? I hope your not one of those guys that would give The Amazing Spiderman 2 a bad deal just because your still in love with the Raimi webhead movies. Like so many here....YES HATERS REJOICE!!!!! LOL
A 7 huh?? IDK, as I have not seen the movie yet to judge your judging......yep. I'm guessing you stuck the tip in, as promised, then blew yer dork load early, rolled over and lost interest; thus never giving the movie a fair chance....its ok, these things happen mate...get it, mate? I hope your not one of those guys that would give The Amazing Spiderman 2 a bad deal just because your still in love with the Raimi webhead movies. Like so many here....YES HATERS REJOICE!!!!! LOL
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12:42PM on 05/14/2013
Again, IDK....I haven't seen the movie yet; so I may wind up agreeing with you. If so I'll promptly open mouth, then insert foot...but until then...Thank You
Again, IDK....I haven't seen the movie yet; so I may wind up agreeing with you. If so I'll promptly open mouth, then insert foot...but until then...Thank You
+5
12:30PM on 05/14/2013
Judging by how well this film is doing with critics, I'll probably like this more than the given 7. 7 isn't bad, but I'd estimate that it's much more enjoyable than that.
Judging by how well this film is doing with critics, I'll probably like this more than the given 7. 7 isn't bad, but I'd estimate that it's much more enjoyable than that.
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11:47AM on 05/14/2013
I gave this a ten out of ten. It's the most entertained I've been by a movie this year so far. Grabs hold of you from the opening wacky away mission and never lets the attention go. It's crammed with some incredible action, but it also has a well-told story and wonderfully-drawn (and acted) characters.
I gave this a ten out of ten. It's the most entertained I've been by a movie this year so far. Grabs hold of you from the opening wacky away mission and never lets the attention go. It's crammed with some incredible action, but it also has a well-told story and wonderfully-drawn (and acted) characters.
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11:35AM on 05/14/2013
710 is a okay in my book.
710 is a okay in my book.
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11:28AM on 05/14/2013

I beg to differ!

By reading ur review, how come you gave it a 7 in the end? I think this one deserves an 8/10 at least. And I second the guy before me, this one truly tops Iron Man 3, which IMO didn't deserve a 9/10.
By reading ur review, how come you gave it a 7 in the end? I think this one deserves an 8/10 at least. And I second the guy before me, this one truly tops Iron Man 3, which IMO didn't deserve a 9/10.
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11:42AM on 05/14/2013
Cheers.
Cheers.
12:44PM on 05/14/2013
OMG AGREED!!!! Was it you that gave Iron Man 3 a 9/10??? If so then you got taste problems my man!! BIG TIME!
OMG AGREED!!!! Was it you that gave Iron Man 3 a 9/10??? If so then you got taste problems my man!! BIG TIME!
1:20PM on 05/14/2013
Yes! The old ST films all have their charm, but this is the best movie in the franchise as of yet imo. It is indeed interesting how old franchises can be successfully rejuvenated, thinking of the new ST-films, Casino Royal, Skyfall, Nolan's Batman, probably also Man of Steel.
Yes! The old ST films all have their charm, but this is the best movie in the franchise as of yet imo. It is indeed interesting how old franchises can be successfully rejuvenated, thinking of the new ST-films, Casino Royal, Skyfall, Nolan's Batman, probably also Man of Steel.
1:44PM on 05/14/2013
Couldn't agree anymore
Couldn't agree anymore
+20
11:21AM on 05/14/2013
Actually thought it was better than the "first". Atleast as good. 8/10 imo.
Actually thought it was better than the "first". Atleast as good. 8/10 imo.
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11:30AM on 05/14/2013
I second you
I second you
12:45PM on 05/14/2013
WOW! Really?? Where did you see the movie already???? In the states or over seas?? Torrent?
WOW! Really?? Where did you see the movie already???? In the states or over seas?? Torrent?
11:18AM on 05/14/2013

ok

I know its someone else who gave iron man 3 8&9s.
But this is soooo much better than iron man.
Better acting, better action, better handling of humor.
It also looks stunning in imax.


Just an all round better time.
I know its someone else who gave iron man 3 8&9s.
But this is soooo much better than iron man.
Better acting, better action, better handling of humor.
It also looks stunning in imax.


Just an all round better time.
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11:22AM on 05/14/2013
Agree
Agree
11:31AM on 05/14/2013
yap, can't agree more
yap, can't agree more
12:46PM on 05/14/2013
WOW! CAN"T WAIT!!! Bud your review scores are shot down!! I hope your not a HATER REVIEWER......That would be the pits man
WOW! CAN"T WAIT!!! Bud your review scores are shot down!! I hope your not a HATER REVIEWER......That would be the pits man
2:17PM on 05/14/2013
I hope you're right! I was incredibly unimpressed by Iron Man 3, and my expectations weren't set all that high going in. Star Trek looks to be a great movie, and judging from this review, if the only problem is how well it stacks up against plot threads from the 70's and 80's, it should be a pretty enjoyable time at the cinema for this guy!
I hope you're right! I was incredibly unimpressed by Iron Man 3, and my expectations weren't set all that high going in. Star Trek looks to be a great movie, and judging from this review, if the only problem is how well it stacks up against plot threads from the 70's and 80's, it should be a pretty enjoyable time at the cinema for this guy!
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