Star Trek: Into Darkness


Action / Adventure / Sci-Fi

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 87%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 90%
IMDb Rating 7.8 10 430674


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Chris Hemsworth as George Kirk
Zoe Saldana as Uhura
Chris Pine as Kirk
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by angelinakontini 1 / 10

Bad Actors, Bad Script, Bad Taste

First of all, it does not follow any of the real Star Trek principles. The ship does not look at all like a starfleet ship. The crew does not talk at all like a starfleet crew. Starfleet represented higher ideals and a formal way of managing a ship. The dialogues are so informal, thoughtless and none can believe that real starfleet officers would talk in such a manner. The first impression of Captain Kirk is that of a fearful, uneducated cadet. Leaders are born, not made and this Kirk does not sound like a leader. I am not sure what is worse, the script or the actors or both. The settings look highly technological, which is completely contrary to the fact that the setting of the original Star Trek was not so technologically advanced. They failed to create a believable timeline. Nothing inside the starship, reminds one of a starfleet starship. This vast inconsistency in style is not believable. The story itself has nothing unique, nothing intelligent, it is like a badly written episode of a 7 season series, but without any real plot. It's all action. Nothing on morality, nothing on exploration, it is just a continuous conflict and an attempt to escape unfortunate circumstances. Not even any brilliant strategical or tactical scenes. The worst thing about it, is how they tried to recreate the scene where Spock died in "The Wrath of Khan" with Kirk in his place. It was obvious that that scene was placed there as an attempt to somehow connect the old with the new Star Trek, totally failing as it came across tasteless, and without any sort of justification from the actual plot. They changed everything, only kept the name and some childish references to the older Star Trek. Disappointing.

Reviewed by warnerdang 7 / 10

Mixed Bag

Listen, this movie is a mixed bag just like most films these days that are either sequels, imaginations or in this case, both.

It's not that this movie is bad per say, it's just that it's not new. If you are new to Trek, you will enjoy this. If you're a fanboy, listen to Shatner's advice and "get a life". If you're somewhere in the middle like me, grew-up with it, watched it all, enjoyed it; you may or may not like this movie.

I found it entertaining and the talent was not too bad. Some of the ideas were OK, but again nothing fresh.

At the end of the day it's a solid 6.5 because of it's lack of vision and depth. If you want to understand why this movie is the way it is, go watch Wrath of Khan, arguably the best Trek movie and one of the best pieces of science fiction ever put together.

Reviewed by cinemajesty 8 / 10

Recreation of The Legendary

Movie Review: "Star Trek Into Darkness" (2013)

In my opinion any negative review to this picture is forfeit; this is the "Star Trek" movie every one can wish for. With connection to "Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan" directed Nicholas Meyer in season 1981/1982 screenwriters Roberto Orci, Alex Kurtzman and Damon Lindelof do their homework in digesting the "Star Trek" universe created by Gene Roddenberry in the 1960s to make immersive, exciting and easy-to-follow for any spectator at the movies, who are looking out for two hours of science-fiction action thrills, when Director J.J. Abrams keeps the television-episode-like speed, supported by highest to conceive camera equipment, including even IMAX camera plus Hasselblad lenses shots in selected theatres, orchestrated by cinematographer Dan Mindel, in the game of production for maximum enjoyment with an already-accepted young crew of NCC-1701 Enterprise, who gets attacked by internal affairs in the fleet by an upgraded spaceship in deep blacks capable of being operated with higher-rated fire power within warp-speed and operated by less man-power to be hijacked by the character of Khan, performed by proper-signature sharing actor Benedict Cumberbatch confronting young Captain James T. Kirk, portrayed by William Shatner-tributing ease between high-voltage action beats to slight humor of irony with a wink from actor Chris Pine and his Enterprise inmates as Zachary Quinto as high-speed running and fist-fighting Spock, Zoe Saldana as Klingon-delegating Uhura and Simon Pegg as taking-chances Scotty, who together complete the delivery of an higher-stakes, accelerated successor to the unless ascended emotional-sophisticated recreation of "Star Trek" from 2009.

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