Neane wrote:The second one.
Nate wrote:My theater doesn't have it yet. Guess I'll have to wait longer to be blinded by lens flares.
Yuki-Anne wrote:You know what would have been awesome?
SPOILER: Highlight text to read: When they open up the torpedo and find a man inside, it would have been so awesome if it was Martin Freeman.
Lynna wrote:I was really interested to see Benedict Cumberbatch act a villain. He did a good job
Nate wrote:Lynna wrote:I was really interested to see Benedict Cumberbatch act a villain. He did a good job
I too, was really interested to see a pale-faced man cast as an Indian. I can't wait for the third Star Trek movie, where they cast Gilbert Gottfried as Geordi LaForge.
MomentOfInertia wrote:I think the degree people enjoy this movie is inversely proportional to haw seriously they take it.
Bad scifi aside, I think that most of the movie's writing problems stem from the fact that it is SPOILER: Highlight text to read: a 'Young Kirk' story instead of an 'Old Kirk' one. It completely shifts the perspectives of the characters, this is not the battle between the experienced command crew of the Enterprise against the out-of-time genius of Kahn. No little "hours seem like days" inside codes, no Lt. Savik to explain their brilliance to.
Both of the movies have fallen into what in the original timeline would have been prior to the original series. I kind of wish old Spock a said something like "Kahn, already? that's odd." Just to lampshade it a bit.
Lynna wrote:...Well, sorry for being a newb
Yuki-Anne wrote:As for the whole white guy playing an Indian thing, it's probably only slightly worse than having the same Indian played by a Mexican, as if we have no idea what the difference is.
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