Skip to comments.Star Trek Into Darkness Review (MovieMantz)
Posted on 05/09/2013 3:36:19 PM PDT by Perdogg
For a TV show that debuted back in 1966 and struggled in the ratings during its 3-year run, there's no question that "Star Trek" has endured and defied the odds. But in order for it to truly live long and prosper well into the 21st Century (and, hopefully, beyond), it had to change, take risks, think outside the box and appeal to a much bigger audience than just its devoted fan base of Trekkers. Fortunately, that's exactly what the 2009 big screen reboot directed by J.J. Abrams did, and in a very big way.
In fact, no review for its highly-anticipated sequel - and the 12th installment - "Star Trek Into
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This one looks to have a really good villain, too.
I know JJ Abrams is always trying to keep his shows up to date and relevant but please no homo kissing scenes to parallel the Kirk and Uhura kiss in any of the sequels now that we know Spock is gay...
Spock’s not gay just because the actor playing him is.
his acting already lacked gravitas.
This homosexual just means he has no believability to sell. Would you believe Bill Clinton in the Role of Ghandi?
In fact Spock, the Younger, had his lips locked on a sweet young tart in the first reboot. Wouldn’t mind trading places with him for that scene.
JJAbrans and the writers just did an edit job with flash flares with a few bits of the early seasons and second movie.
I remember the first year, the first episode on the new 27” Console Color TV that we all chipped in $15 to buy at the dorm house. We had one guy who was an expert in adjusting the rabbit ears so we could see a clear picture!
Surely, StarTrek ran for more that three seasons, No?
“This homosexual just means he has no believability to sell. Would you believe Bill Clinton in the Role of Ghandi?”
Probably, since Bill Clinton could sell air conditioners to eskimos, so he probably could pull it off.
The fact is that there have been homo actors playing heterosexuals for a very long time. Maybe they can’t all pull it off, but most of them don’t seem to have a problem with it. The issue only seems to arise when people find out they are homos and then that colors their opinions of the performance.
So if he’s not believable as a hetero, to you, that is probably just because you can’t suspend your disbelief, not because he suddenly doesn’t have the talent to play a hetero character.
Had not wanted to see this until I saw “Iron Man 3” in IMAX 3-D (cool). It had a trailer for this that looked good.
Hopefully this will be proved wrong, but it has been my experience that when movies are pumped this heavy, it’s because no one wants to notice the stinker they’re pushing.
I thought that was the other guy--the helmsman?
I really liked the last Star Trek movie so i’m hoping to see this one. My son and a couple friends went to see the Tom Cruise ‘Oblivion’ flick because the trailer was cool. Said it was a stinker. One of his friends even went to sleep during the movie. No wonder Iron Man 3 topped the box office.
The thing I liked most about the first of the last Star Trek movie is that it hit the ground running and didn’t let up. It never slowed down enough to let the viewer get bored. I hope they keep it up with this one.
no, original series was three years.
the last one was good i got the dvd which i dont do much of that so i hope this one is that good
It would be very enlightening to many if someone created a “realistic” science fiction series about space travel.
That is, for example, to get around even our sector of space in a timely manner necessitates traveling thousands or tens of thousands of times the speed of light. Or the equivalent distance in space *outside* of space.
Anything that travels faster than the speed of light is in what could be called “tachyon space”, where the rules are very different. For example, it takes a vast amount of energy to get to the speed of light, but once over that speed, to go even faster you must *give up* energy.
So while an object at rest in our space has minimal energy, the fastest objects in tachyon space also have minimal energy. In either case, this means a speed limit for both spaces, assuming both are finite.
The slowest object in our space would have a temperature near absolute zero, as would the fastest object in tachyon space.
A 'realistic' SiFi would have to deal with the dilation of time. You have to leave reality at the door.
You need warp speed to overcome the huge distances involved in space travel, and you need to pretend Einstein got relativity wrong.