Star Trek Into Darkness

Star Trek Into Darkness

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.

Star Trek Into Darkness is the sequel to Star Trek. In this part, after being called back to the Earth, the astronauts discovered that his organization has been undermined by a mysterious force. And the old captain of the spaceship Enterprise was murdered by a stranger. Too pain due to his death, Kirk together with the Enterprise spaceship and his crew began a new journey, to hunt for who killed their great captain. But this time they discovered a terrible secret and they realize what they see is not the truth. What is that? Can they be alive to come back? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Heather B (it) wrote: Weird. Unfortunately RP keeps choosing movies that his character has to be monotoned & stone faced. I'd love to see him in a role where he can be a normal varied human being.

Casey S (ca) wrote: Gotta love these guys!

John M (kr) wrote: The best zombie movie this side of the century is a comedy. So we all have seen the hero's story in the zombie apocalypse. How about just a regular guy? This is about Shaun (Simon Pegg) a man who is at a turning point in his life. He tries to sort out his personal relationships while also coping with the end of the world. If you have read my review for Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, you are already well aware of what a giant fan I am of Edgar Wright. He still has yet to make a misstep in my eyes, and I celebrate the man's entire library. Every so often I will go back to where it begin, the start of the Three Flavours Cornetto trilogy, or, more specifically, the best zom-rom-com ever made, Shaun of the Dead. It still holds up, and it is as uproariously funny today as it was back in 2004. If you have seen this multiple times like I have, the thing that is most easy to appreciate is how brilliantly layered it is. Edgar Wright knows how to set up a recurring joke, as well as what will make for a good payoff, so unless you have a broken funny bone, this is sure to make you laugh. The reason why every single movie in this series works as great as it does is because everybody involved clearly harbors an adoration for the material that is being poked fun at. I will frequently kvetch about how lazy the parody movie usually is, and you need not look any further than the movies made by the unholy Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer to see why I complain. Edgar Wright shows you that it is simply a matter of creativity and inspiration, and this is truly how you do it. The wonderful thing about all these movies is they start off simply as parody, but then they slowly become the genre that they are riffing, which is a testament to how much they love the originators. Just like in every single Edgar Wright movie, the editing is stupifyingly brilliant, and it is cut to be as tight as cinematically possible. It really helps to punctuate all the jokes, and there isn't a single misfire to be found. It is jam packed with as many gags as possible, so getting bored isn't even an option. I love how the zombie apocalypse happens in the background before the foreground, and because of how unobservant our main character is, he doesn't even notice until it is in full swing. This was Simon Pegg and Nick Frost's first taste of mainstream, and I will forever love this movie for it.

Stephanie D (br) wrote: Julia Stiles is always sexy and adorable. Can't say the same for the rest of the cast and movie.

Peter W (kr) wrote: Mayarchuk rules in Tinto's best.

Nguyen V (nl) wrote: Baraka is effective in letting the images speak for themselves about the world we live in, thanks to its enduring visual grandeur and amazing musical score.

Christopher H (au) wrote: Can't go wrong with the O'Quinn, love that man. Decent sequel with many plot holes, but entertaining none the less. Sad to see a young Jonathan Brandis with so much promise. RIP.

David W (au) wrote: A sad movie about dealing with loss. Feels dated, but a direction from Robert Redford and the performances help elevate it.

Carlos F (au) wrote: One the best Frankenstein film sequels. Very suspenseful with many different plot elements. Original.

nastaran m (mx) wrote: Great play,great script,great movie and lovley Mr Scell that we think he is real frantz. Dark space of frantz room and germany after 1945,fall of Gerlach family and sad reonion of them improved those lobsters and masked inhabitants is exist.

John A (es) wrote: Terrific psychological horror from Tourneur, Night would benefit from losing the esp. the first scene that reveals the demon. That said, the effect is little used, leaving the far majority of the film to focus on the subtle psychological transformation taking place in the lead character. This is done esp. well, and the scenes that include the villain crackle with sinister tension. Tourneur is one of the great "unknown" auteurs.