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Awesome Movie

By leekharris
Written August 28, 2014
With the return of Khan and Dr. Marcus this Star Trek was the best one ever. If you are going to see this movie you must see it in 3D that is for sure.
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Treksters Delight

By chillEmpress
Written October 02, 2014
If you love Star Trek, sci fi and great thrill rides... you' probably already saw this and told me to go see it. My son's review, "THAT WAS PHENOMENAL" A kick ***addition to the Star Trek line up, this one is awesome.
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Great fun! Better than I expected.

By glaziwg
Written May 24, 2013
Saw the movie in 3D..... Not only was the movie very entertaining, but the 3D was very impressive. immersive but not obtrusive! Love the characters and the ships were awesome looking. Great story too.. my only complaint, the iMax sound at the theater was good but loud, very loud. they could have turned it down a bit.. Highly recommend this great summer movie!
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Trek your way now!

By 74bussie
Written May 19, 2013
I don't know if IMAX is worth it...but 3D didn't dissappoint! J.J. did a great job as well as the only semi gripe would be the cameo (unecessary) of a certain vulcan (again).
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Star Trek: Into Darkness 3D

By devilledan
Written September 26, 2014
Great, great movie! My wife is a Star Trek snob. She has personally met Mr. Nimoy, and it will NEVER be easy for ANY actor to meet her high "Nimoyan" standards when portraying Spock. Zachary Quinto has done it, though! He gets two thumbs up twice from her! Also: my Wife is doesn't typically cry. Not at movies, not over passed away pets, not over strife and stress. She's another "Iron-Eyes." Into Darkness made her cry! Well, well done! For myself, there was exactly ONE disappointment: the 3D effects. After about 15 minutes, I stopped noticing the difference in perspective. The movie might as well have been on a flat screen. I think 3D entertainment won't really come into it's own until either personal VR goggles create a 360° wrap-around view, or movies are projected in a 3D hologram where the images physically move around the theater. I don't think I'll be buying tickets to any more "3D" movies again any time soon.
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