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By cherylshope
Written January 26, 2015
Great movie! Lots of action with stunning special effects. I literally sat on the edge of my seat throughout the entire film. In my opinion Benedict Cumberbatch is one of those great British actors ranking with Sir Laurence Olivier. Mr. Cumberbatch's "quiet" scenes were riveting, but he was spectacular in the action shots, moving with the grace of a sublime dancer. It will be interesting to see what roles he tackles in the future...I'll be watching!
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Getting their act together...

By cytokita
Written October 31, 2014
I've always been a trekkie, trekker, what-have-you. I have to admit that I really want JJ Abrams' revamp of the franchise to work. With the scale back of all of the spinoffs television shows, the movies are the only thing to look forward to. Without giving anything away, Into Darkness has a couple of scenes that even if you don't care for Star Trek, you've got to end up teary-eyed. The main characters are still be created and I'm sure will reach a perfect blend if the movie series can make a decent enough run. On a side note: the Abrams signature lens flares didn't bother me on my first viewing in Imax, but it really bothered me in regular 3D. To the Star Trek series, I can only say "Live Long and Prosper!"
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Classic Star Trek

By uncc1296
Written October 20, 2014
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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Into Darkness Equals Enjoyment

By coss_michael
Written November 24, 2014
Family is the core theme of this movie and that theme is handled perfectly. I've been watching Star Trek since 1966. I've seen all the spin-off televsion series, and I've read quite a few of the books. Kirk, Spock, McCoy and the others are old friends, and I have to praise J.J. Abrams for taking this crew of the Enterprise places their predecessors were unable to go. The tangental universe concept (though not new to Trek or science fiction in general) was absolutely the best method of reviving and invigorating Trek. With that in mind, "Into Darkness" took that concept to the next level. Revisiting characters from the original series is an inevitable necessity, and it was handled skillfully and respectfully. It was nice to know they'd encountered more than a few already. My heartiest kudos to the writers, producers, dorector, and actors for an enjoyable addition to Trek's journey.
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Star Trek Into Darkness 3D

By harleymoon35
Written December 18, 2014
My husband is the real Star Trek fan he really enjoyed it said it was the best one yet. I enjoyed the movie itself but I could have just opt to see in without the 3D. I don't think there was enough of the 3D worth the movie price. Other than that I did enjoy it.
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