The Best Yet.

By 809
Written May 17, 2013
Ok, there are a few plot points that are really just for the enjoyment of watching the Enterprise appear from the depths of the ocean. But other than that, the story was sound. Many references to movies past. I enjoyed this as a fan of movies and a fan of the Star Trek brand. Well worth the money to see in IMAX and I look forward to seeing it again.
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Boldly going where we all wanted it to go

By Rae du Soleil
Written May 21, 2013
No spoilers here, the film is way to much fun for me to do that to you. Great shutouts, touchbacks and references to the original series of movies and show, just like we loved in the 2009 film. Karl Urban still owns as the one who channels his character best in capturing TOS Bones. Action Spock: yes! Remember Kirk and the Orion girl? He doubles his fun this go around. Benedict Cumberbatch TOTALLY brings it with his character, and "John Harrison" just earned him a place in the great Trek villain repertory. He gets multiple great coats in the film too. Action is upped, comedy is more intelligent, angst is worthy of a piece of fan faction. Saw this as a May 15th 8pm sneak peek. Theater was packed out, people even in ST uniforms. There were bursts of laughter, applause and cheering from the audience at various moments as we watched. Clearly I'm going to have to see this one again since it will be a few years until the next...and I want there to be a next!
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Timelines Unraveled and Interwoven

By tedpronj
Written May 31, 2013
Loved it. Great acting: Cumberbatch, and all. Very fast moving, some would say pace of 2009 better. The last movie "Star Trek" (2009) provided a perspective on how one event can change history and the lives of people. It accelerated technology. It created an unexpected void. "Star Trek Into Darkness" shows the character connections are similar to the Pilot, Original Series and first 6 movies. Kirk's recreational activities. Enough said. Spock's dedication to logic and Pike. Bones' bedside manner and patience. Scotty: the miracle worker. Ready for fun. Sulu: Ready for command. Chekov's youthful enthusiasm. Uhura: the heart of the Enterprise. Lives that were meant to meet. Trust, betrayal, revenge, death, life and love. Easter eggs for nitpickers are great: II: Unsaid, III: atmosphere, IV: collision, VI: Mining. The Prime Directive, what's that?
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Summer Entertainment at its Best!

By doomius
Written May 05, 2016
After the disappointment felt with Iron Man 3, Star Trek Into Darkness ushers in the summer blockbuster season with a bang...quite literally. I won't go into plot specific details since that will spoil the fun, this is thrill ride from start to finish and further explores the relationship between Spock and Kirk. The cast is firing on full thrusters, with each crew member given a moment to shine! And of course, the big mystery surrounding the film is who exactly is Benedict Cumberbatch's character, well you'll either be pleasantly surprised or giddy with excitement or you may have known all along and glad it wasn't a red hearing JJ Abrams threw out. Abrams ramps up the action, and destruction from the previous film and it is pure popcorn fun, can not wait to see again!
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A MUST SEE!

By alstalent
Written July 27, 2016
Whether or not you are a true Star Trek fan or not, you will not be disappointed. Action at every turn, does not slow down. Even the seasoned fans will thoroughly enjoy how they pay homage to the old Star Trek movies.
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