Reviews and Problems with Star Trek - Into Darkness
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Live long and prosper
2 weeks ago
Summary: Loved this film as it had great acting, action scenes and at times was quite emotional, particularly near the end. As a consequence of JJ Abrams great directing I believe the Star Trek franchise, like Star Trek, is in safe hands!
Excerpt: This review is strictly about the 3D presentation of the movie, not of the movie itself. Yes, this movie was a post conversion, but that is not necessarily a bad thing. The 3D in this movie was, for the most part, great. There a was a good sense of depth throughout the movie, you could clearly see the space between characters as well as background objects.
As much an exhilarating thrill-ride as it is a awesomely-made movie!
8 January 2014
Excerpt: It’s a whole new ball game for the Star Trek franchise! After five successful T.V. shows and ten feature-length movies, some of them great while others were mediocre at best, there wasn’t any new money coming in following the critically bashed ‘Star Trek: Nemesis’ and this long-loved Trekkie franchise was on the brink of dying, but filmmaker J.J.
Excerpt: Movie: To me, this is by far the best Star Trek movie yet! The story, the twists and the way it is updating the Star Trek universe based on this new timeline (especially with regards to the villian) is just pure awesome! 3D Blu-ray Disc Version: The 3D in this movie is great. Lotsa "pop-out"s scenes from the chase scene in the beginning upto the space warp scene in the end. Awesome PQ and AQ. Blu-ray Disc Version: The PQ and AQ is awesome here too.
Excerpt: This was an $8 blind buy for me on Black Friday. I'm not a trekkie but loved the last one. This one I loved too but a little less. That basically always happens though that the second in a series is not as good as the first. What you do get is exceptional PQ, AQ and special effects. One very funny thing for me was near the end of the movie. You have a modern technology futuristic San Francisco yet the current day cable car is shown for a split second.
Excerpt: J.J. Abram's sequel to the exciting and entertaining Star Trek reboot amps up the stakes. It's bigger, better, and incredibly well done. Picture and sound quality is flawless, with a clear crisp and sharp image on every frame.