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Packed with behind-the-scenes featurettes including:
The Enemy of My Enemy: The ultimate look at Khan
Ship to Ship: Filming the extraordinary space jump sequence
The Klingon Home World: Re-creating the legendary species
Star Trek Into Darkness The Star Trek franchise continues with this follow-up to 2009's J.J. Abrams-directed reboot. Abrams returns to direct from a script by Damon Lindelof and the writing team of Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman. The crew of the Enterprise engages in an epic battle of good versus evil after being summoned home, only to discover Starfleet in ruins, and they venture into a war zone to find the powerful villain (Sherlock's Benedict Cumberbatch) responsible for the devastation. ~ Jeremy Wheeler, Rovi
Posted by: jazzerman from: Bronx, NY on
Some of the characters and histories
were changed a bit but, the movie maker didn't blow it. This is a great movie, i look forward to seeing more like it.
26 out of 26 found this review helpful.
Posted by: willip from: NJ on
Loved the film, but you classify it as HORROR???????
Star trek is and always has been SciFi (or Science fantasy if you prefer) It has never been HORROR!!!
29 out of 34 found this review helpful.
This isnt your fathers Star Trek
Posted by: Ressem from: Maryland on
Let me start off by saying that this is a refreshing new adaptation of the original Star Trek ll: Wrath of Kahn. If they remade it word for word, scene by scene, it would be boring and trite. That being said, Into the Darkness is one of the best movies that 2013 has to offer. Despite the infamous screen flares, the cinematography is stunning in every way. Cumberbatch, who plays Kahn, is one of the most intense actors out there and he really stands out in this role. The action sequences are well put together and believable. If you love action, scifi, romance, comedy, you will love this movie!
5 out of 5 found this review helpful.
Posted by: apex007 from: on
This movie is really good ! I can't wait to see another one! I love the first movie they made but this one was just wow!
6 out of 7 found this review helpful.
Good Movie, Meh BluRay
Posted by: UnderPressure from: Honolulu, HI on
Yes, I'm a sci-fi geek. Obvious since I picked up Star Trek. But beneath it all, I'm a movie geek. I liked the behinds the scenes stuff, but where is the director/actor/anyone-from-catering commentary that should be included with a movie like this? The first (reboot) had it, but not this time around. Sad day.
4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
Posted by: Disneyman from: Kansas City on
Great follow-up to the original. The story back filled many questions from the original and moved the story line to a higher plateau. One of the good points, was that the people behind the movie and listened to the Trekkie fan base and addressed many of their concerns with the sequel.
Action packed....great character interaction and a story line that begs for the third installment.
4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
A fun and fast paced sequel!
Posted by: MonsterZeroNJ from: New Jersey on
It’s been a 4 year mission to wait for a sequel to J.J. Abrams’ awesome Star Trek reboot but, finally Star Trek Into Darkness has arrived. And while it’s not quite up to the 2009 blockbuster, it is still a really entertaining 2 hours at the movies. The film opens with Kirk (Chris Pine) disobeying Starfleet’s Prime Directive to save a primitive alien race and his Vulcan first officer, Spock (Zachary Quinto). When the Enterprise reaches Earth, instead of being handed the much coveted 5 year mission, Kirk is handed a demotion and Pike resumes command of the good ole NCC 1701. But, this speed-bump in Kirk’s career doesn’t last as a mysterious rogue Starfleet agent by the name of John Harrison (Benedict Cumberbatch) launches deadly terroristic attacks against Starfleet and it’s personnel. His actions put Kirk once again in the captain’s chair with orders to hunt this dangerous fugitive down, on the Klingon home world of Kronos to where he’s fled, and eliminate him. But, Kirk is not comfortable being an assassin and he and his and crew find that once they enter Klingon space and retrieve their quarry, that “John Harrison” is not who they think he is and they may be pawns in a greater conspiracy involving a Starfleet Admiral (Peter Weller) with a monstrous warship and his own agenda. Star Trek Into Darkness is a fun and fast paced action adventure that’s only real problem is that it moves a little too fast and we’d like a little more time to allow the emotions of the events witnessed to resonate. Kirk’s demotion is a good example as he is back in command in about 10 minutes of screen time and we really don’t get a chance to appreciate this blow to the character’s career and ego. Once the plot starts to unfold, the film is all too eager to get to the explosions and fisticuffs then to give us a few minutes to properly absorb the dramatic effects of what occurs. But, I would be lying if I said that what action Abrams delivers is not exciting and fun because, it is. This is especially true during an exhilarating last act which made up for some of the lack of real emotional depth earlier on. The script from Roberto Orci, Alex Kurtzman and Damon Lindelof has it weaknesses but, ultimately I did like their twist on a familiar Trek character and how the new timeline effected his involvement in Trek history. The cast is once again top notch and it is the interaction between characters that really helps keep this movie on target during some of the weaker bits. The combination of Abrams’ direction, the script’s character interaction and the cast, really give this film it’s strength despite all the awesome action and eye popping SPFX. All the crew return from Trek 09 and are all really good, once again, at making these classic characters their own yet, still familiar. Trek’s bad guy is played with relish by Benedict Cumberbatch, giving a strong performance as the main villain, though I just wish his character had a bit more screen time to be developed a little more, to give the character more weight and impact. And it’s great to see Peter Weller back on the big screen as Admiral Marcus, the Starfleet officer whose visions of war with the Klingon Empire have caused him to act against the very things he seeks to defend. And pretty Alice Eve is fine as Carol Marcus, the admiral’s daughter and future Kirk love interest. The character has little to do for the most part but, Eve does well when Miss Marcus does become important to the plot. So in conclusion, I had a fun time watching this Trek sequel and while I wish it had a little more emotional depth in the first two acts and a little more development of some of the new characters, their is plenty of warp speed action to entertain and the film really delivers in the final act where it counts. Beam me up for Trek 3!
4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
Posted by: MikeyGood from: Sebastian, FL on
I am a longtime Trekkie and think the reboot is fantastic. There were a couple of distinct homages to Star Trek II in Star Trek XII but many differences.
Star Trek has been an example of an ensemble cast working well together over the years. The reboot does hit a wall in that manner because the new cast hasn't worked long together, but that will pass in time.
4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
Well Paced Action with Believable Characters
Posted by: R4z3r from: Farmville, VA on
First, let me begin by simply stating that this is a fantastic movie featuring a well-paced and authentic screenplay that takes advantages of the best audio and video production available.
The movie features a new villain, new in the sense those who watch the first movie (2009) have not met him before as well as introduces a number of characters and races we know in ways that are believable and fun. While at times the movie is predictable, the film includes some twists and turns that keep you enjoying the entire ride. While some fan favorites may not feature as central a role as one would hope, the characters all play an important role in making this a believable environment. For those with families, this would probably be good for anyone 10-12 years old or older. The movie features some lingerie (well, "sexy" underwear) and a few instances of profanity (s word being the worst). Obviously whether this movie is appropriate would depend on your family, but my personal opinion would be as stated above.
The audio in the movie is fantastic and features strong low frequency extensions (aka will make your subwoofer work) when ships go to warp and other events occur which I won't spoil for you. The highs are warm and vibrant and not shrill or harsh. The sound field envelopes you a few times in a full 360º experience for those with surround sound, with phasers firing, characters talking and action occurring on all sides. Overall, the Dolby HD track on the Blu-Ray would be considered a reference quality audio that is perfect to show off a home theater or to marvel at with your family. This is engaging and purposeful sound that truly transforms the experience.
The video is sharp and crisp, in beautiful 1080p (Blu-Ray version) with saturated colors where appropriate. The film benefits from a larger screen as you can get more details and can truly appreciate the scale and work that was put into this, but any device will do. There is a little bit of film grain (the little speckles on the picture) which is really only noticeable if looking for it on the darker scenes and in some of the fog like effects. Throughout the film, the camera is very close to the characters, showing detail and color, but can get a bit much if the constant camera motion bothers you. CGI was well done, and never appeared "fake", all of it blended well and felt like part of the set. For some viewers, you may want to watch this at night, or in a room that you can control the light as the sunlight on the TV may wash out some of the blacks, causing you to miss some of the detail that can be found in the dark colors and the blacks.
Overall, this film is a wonderful experience. It will stimulate all of your movie-goer senses (auditory, visual, and touch if you have a subwoofer). The script is well written, nicely paced, and albeit predictable at times, wholly enjoyable. I would highly recommend this movie to anyone who enjoys Sci-Fi, Action, and great character interaction.
3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
Finally On Blu- Ray Great Movie
Posted by: Atvjoe from: Miami,Fl on
Great Movie I have seen all of the originals, this move is great for first timers who do not know who Khan was. Yes they changed the story but it's still awesome. Funny, action and blowing things up.....