Written May 07, 2015
I've always liked the Star Trek movies, but this in IMAX 3D, OMG!!! From the start to end it was great action, I'm already wanting to go see it again!!!!
Written May 19, 2013
Loved the movie, and the IMAX and 3D only made it better. JJ Abrams really continues with the idea that these characters are not exactly the same as the Shatner / Nimoy versions. Still the film is great fun and a must for Trek fans and for those who just love a good movie!
Written February 02, 2015
Unless you are reading mine ...
This movie needs you to not be tainted by amateur reviews (like mine) and ranting, ravings, pontifications of a bunch of know it alls ... it is a fun filled movie!
It's exciting, it is visually stimulating (if you can -- IMAX is a must), and the story line is one that "YES" for the newbie non-hardcore Trekker as well as the people like Sheldon on Big Bang Theory.
The character relationships ... they NAILED it. DeForest Kelley is giving Urban a big thumbs up from the great beyond. Shatner and Nimoy should leave the theater with a big, proud smile too. They all should.
Stop reading reviews before they give away all of the amazing pearls and priceless nuggets of this movie. Make it your experience.
There is nothing more I can say otherwise I'll have to type something like *** SPOILER ALERT ***
GO ! Have a good time.
Written December 25, 2014
I found the new Star Trek to be highly entertaining from the special effects, suspenseful action scenes and the banter between the characters was really entertaining. It had me on the edge of my seat the whole time and was an excellent use of the 3D medium. I've heard two critics say "Don't go see it in 3D." Which I find ridiculous. I think this new Star Trek is the best use of the 3D medium since Avatar. It's a definite "See it in 3D on the IMAX film!" People were clapping and cheering and the fans were not disappointed! Five stars, two thumbs up!!
Written March 28, 2015
I enjoyed it, I did...But I am torn to say I enjoyed as much as the others. There are so many storylines and so much action to cover in these epic movies that simple development of the story-line and character interaction propelling the story-line in a natural way, rather than from "epic moment" to "epic moment". Anyways...my two-cents.