Star Trek: Beyond


Action / Adventure / Sci-Fi / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 84%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 82%
IMDb Rating 7.1 10 189166


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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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Movie Reviews

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

Reviewed by mayani 4 / 10

Mindless, vapid action film devoid of any depth

I hated both previous installments of the reboot ST universe and I really hoped this one would be an ounce better since Abrams is not behind the wheel but he's still a big part of the franchise and Orci is as well so my hopes were foolish.

Everything about this movie is underdeveloped and/or contrived. It's the kind of movie you watch on autopilot and mindlessly chew on popcorn. Nothing new is being said, character development is almost non-existent (Kirk's and Spock's forced 'internal struggles' are laughable), the plot is thin as spring ice and the main villain and his motives unconvincing and lacking in any kind of engagement.

I like Pegg and would like to think that the minuscule wit and cleverness in the script that managed to get a laugh or two from me were his doing.

One thing he's definitely to be credited with is making Sulu gay which is utterly ridiculous and unnecessary. The scene was overly emphasised with Kirk staring longingly into his direction while Sulu is walking away with his partner and child and it was there only to cater to progressive audience (of which I am a member) while at the same time Uhura is wearing a SKIRT just so she could flash her nice legs because I guess even in this day and age women are there to be pretty and style is more important than substance and practicality. Why make Sulu gay and not make her wear trousers? In case, you know, the ship gets attacked and she can run and jump and shoot comfortably?

Actors had little to work with and while I am usually impressed with Quinto, here that was not the case. There were a few scenes where he managed to convey subtle emotions with facial expressions alone but that's definitely not due to excellent writing but due to his talent.

Pine had a little more to work with but even he seemed dull and uninterested (as opposed to his role in WW which he played masterfully).

I'm not sure why creators think their audience is dumb? Why are they calling this Star Trek when it's clear as day that it isn't? They would still make piles of money if they made smarter films. Spelling something out for the audience and literally verbalising that something is 'philosophical' doesn't make it so!

In fairness, this is an average movie for the dumb and tired viewer who likes loud crap, explosions, and poorly executed action sequences but it's a below average Star Trek movie. Way below.

Reviewed by Marc Israel 7 / 10

Star Trek takes the X-File route....

Trust no one! This is the Trekkie reboot message of the film despite it's overt unity propaganda, which is to be expected. But what's "Beyond" that? A Federation that abandons its military hero and his hostage who is allowed to appear as a representative of a species in need of Star Fleets' hi tech and military rescue help on the other side of a nebula (actual uncharted space!) that took less than 5 minutes to get through... confused yet? The other (original) Spock died and Kirk wants out, and that's our beginning... and how do you tie in our opening hilarity with an unwanted piece of a weapon that was presented as a token of "peace". How do you keep a reboot a float after two massively fun, popular and entertaining blockbusters?

That's a lot one the plate of writer Simon Pegg and director Justin Lin, but they went for it and, if you can get past the worst female sub plot in the series history (Jayla: who delivers cliches the way Dominos delivers pizza: uncooked and often!) then it's what passes for todays' hit movie.

Still loving our recurring characters and there slow development which trumps the original series... The adventures' circle was, once again, completed, and we do that Trekkie retrospective thing and then different actors read that famous post movie soliloquy.

Here's hoping the next Star Trek movie goes where no other Star Trek movie has gone before, but if not, I'm betting it won't suck, but will disappoint a bunch of 65 years hoping to see William Shatner in a toupe du jour making our with some green chick while staying within the Gene Roddenbury paradox universe!

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