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Star Trek Into Darkness (2013)

Directed by J.J. Abrams

Action | Science Fiction | Thriller

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Overview

When the crew of the Enterprise is called back home, they find an unstoppable force of terror from within their own organization has detonated the fleet and everything it stands for, leaving our world in a state of crisis.  With a personal score to settle, Captain Kirk leads a manhunt to a war-zone world to capture a one man weapon of mass destruction. As our heroes are propelled into an epic chess game of life and death, love will be challenged, friendships will be torn apart, and sacrifices must be made for the only family Kirk has left: his crew.

Rated PG-13 | Length 132 minutes

Actors

Gina Hirsch | Emily Towers | Candice Renee | Ellie Newlands | David Acord | Joe Hanna | Julianne Buescher | Chris Gardner | Hiram A. Murray | Britanni Johnson | Jon Lee Brody | Tom Archdeacon | Bill Hader | Audrey Wasilewski | Kiff VandenHeuvel | Fred Tatasciore | Matthew Wood | David Sobolov | Kevin Michael Richardson | Joe Moses | Arlen Escarpeta | Brian T. Delaney | James McGrath | Gerald W. Abrams | Jon Orvasky | Adam McCann | Melissa Steinman | Eric Greitens | Anthony Wilson | Kentucky Rhodes | Jesper Inglis | Jacob Rhodes | Marc Primiani | Max Chernov | Charlie Haugk | Douglas Weng | David C. Waite | Drew Grey | Paul K. Daniel | Monisola Akiwowo | Cynthia Addai-Robinson | Melissa Paulo | Heather Langenkamp | Ser'Darius Blain | Jeff Chase | Colleen Harris | Jodi Johnston | Ningning Deng | Long Tran | Jacquelynn King | Andy Demetrio | Christopher Doohan | Berit Francis | Benjamin P. Binswanger | Rene Rosado | Gianna Simone | Akiva Goldsman | Rob Moran | Nolan North | James Hiroyuki Liao | Usman Ally | Marco Sanchez | Lee Reherman | Scott Lawrence | Seth Ayott | Jason Matthew Smith | Anjini Taneja Azhar | Tony Guma | Jay Scully | Jeremy Raymond | Jonathan Dixon | Kimberly Arland | Leonard Nimoy | Jennifer Morrison | Kellie Cockrell | Katie Cockrell | Jack Laufer | Chris Hemsworth | Deep Roy | Beau Billingslea | Nick E. Tarabay | Sean Blakemore | Joseph Gatt | Aisha Hinds | Nazneen Contractor | Amanda Foreman | Noel Clarke | Alice Eve | Peter Weller | Bruce Greenwood | Anton Yelchin | Benedict Cumberbatch | John Cho | Simon Pegg | Karl Urban | Zoe Saldana | Zachary Quinto | Chris Pine

Viewing Notes

Not sure anyone can honestly say this is a “good” film. But that doesn’t diminish the entertainment value. So over the top with the nods to TOS, the action, the plot holes, the physics, the overacting, etc. I cried a few times… from my laughter at how totally ridiculous this movie is. Even the emotional beats and reimagining of the Trek universe and characters. On par with the first film but a little less wonder and a lot more machismo. Nice to see the future holds more manly men ruling with their emotions. It’s unfortunate that there’s a real lack of strong women characters. Pretty much like TOS. Ah well, it’s entertaining but so very stupid. I’m sure I’ll see it again.

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