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Amazing movie

By radarrunners
Written May 26, 2013
I'm not a "Trekie" but WOW this movie was so well done I can't believe it. I don't like the old school Star Trek movies but this new franchise is amazing. Best writing ever but what do you expect from JJ Abrahms and BAD ROBOT
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The Darkness

By psuberendguy
Written May 19, 2013
Who is the Villan sorry i wont tell, its a special treat for older Trek Fans Lots of Action,to keep you on the edge of your seat
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Star Trek, Into Darkness

By carasdad
Written May 18, 2013
This was a terrific film, that did not disappoint. Definitely, an example where the sequel surpassed the original. No spoilers, here, but a truly enjoyable movie. The two, plus hours went by in a "New York minute". Highly recommended for old Trekkies (like me), as well as new(er) fans. I give it a five out of five stars.
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A must see movie

By wardog4
Written May 27, 2013
Wow this movie was awesome. Spock looked so close to the real spock. The plot kept you on your toes all the time. It even for me left a question as to what happened to the girl. Wait until you see the ship the Admiral Marcus flys wow. The ending was a surprise as well. If you love Star Trek you must go see this but remember watch it closely so as not to miss a single thing.
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Classic Star Trek

By uncc1296
Written May 18, 2013
The makers of this movie should be applauded, not only for making a great film, but in preserving the spirit of the Star Trek franchise. Each character carries the nuances and spirit of the classic characters. From Kirk's bravado, to Dr. McCoy's catch phrases, to Spock's logic, each character holds true to their predecessors portrayal of them. The action throughout holds your attention but does not overshadow the story line. This film could have easily been a crutch for computer generated imagery, yet it is the characters who grab you and hold onto you. The 3D effects, although excellently done, do not up stage the film. I think that Gene Roddenberry would be pleased with this interpretation of his vision.
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