Star Trek: Beyond

2016

Action / Adventure / Sci-Fi / Thriller

335
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 84%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 82%
IMDb Rating 7.1 10 196849

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Cast

Idris Elba as Krall
Zoe Saldana as Lieutenant Uhura
Chris Pine as Captain James T. Kirk
Simon Pegg as Montgomery 'Scotty' Scott
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2hr 2 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Charles Herold (cherold) 8 / 10

Terrifically fun popcorn action

After the noisy and irretrievably stupid (though reasonably entertaining) Into Darkness, I wasn't desperate to watch this one, but when I finally did I was relieved to discover that it was even more enjoyable than the first film in the reboot, a rollicking adventure with terrific alien weapons, fun McCoy/Spock repartee, a promising newcomer alien, and a lot of really excellent action scenes.

The movie had almost all the qualities of the original series except one - the thinking part. The smartest thing in the movie is the funny opening scene, which suggests the difficulty of communication between different cultures.

But that's the last thing in the movie that suggests even a moment of thought. The main villain has very little in the way of motivation, and when he explains his purpose it's quite disappointing. Nothing in this movie is there to provoke thought, and I'm not entirely convinced that anything in the movie really makes sense, although there's nothing at the time that hit me as too absurd to live with (unlike the previous movie).

If you expect this movie, like the series, to explore racism and war culture, well, you're not going to be happy. But if you just want some old-fashioned action with some familiar characters, this totally hits the spot.

Reviewed by BobDaMovieCritic 2 / 10

Roddenberry is rolling

I did not want to see this movie because I knew from the trailer it was going to be bad. In a pique of boredom last night I watched it. Sadly my instincts were right.

Overdone CGI. WHen I say overdone I mean WAY overdone. Like they were in a contest to see how much CGI they could cram into 2 hours. If there is one thing about ST it's "less is more", not "massively overloading your brain with irrelevant CGI is better".

Literally dozens of implausible / impossible scenarios. People falling off of high places uninjured (repeatedly), sliding down wrecked passageways without a scratch (repeatedly), getting in fistfights/shootouts with no injuries (repeatedly) heck even sliding down the entire outside of the wrecked saucer section of the Enterprise and merely "jumping off" at the end with no injuries. Laughably overdone filler.

Lazy dialogue. Weak humor throughout.

Kirk somehow comes up with a retro motorcycle that he uses to go rescue his crew. Yes. A motorcycle magically appears on an alien planet across the galaxy from earth where a motorcycle probably hasn't even existed in over 200 years. And, he just shows up riding it out of nowhere. No explanation of where he found it or where it came from. Ridiculous.

We are also supposed to believe that they were able to revive a crash landed Federation ship from decades earlier, and rev the impulse engines enough to drop it off a high cliff to gain speed, where it hits rock outcroppings and mountains on the way down with NO damage to itself or crew and it still flies perfectly!

And it's not until near the end of the movie that we find out that the arch enemy is a former Federation captain. This should have come out much sooner to add to what pathetic amount of a story line they had form the start.

To make a long story short, this movie may have finally killed off what was left of the ST franchise and that's probably a good thing.

Reviewed by Shawn Boyce 10 / 10

Great. movie

Love to see a JJ make a part 4 movie after star trek beyond. I thing the T.V. service was where no man has gone before be a good name for the next movie. saying this because I'm not into old 60's to 70's Star trek show. you do a way better making star trek movies then star wars ones. love the other two movies too 10 stars each

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