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The crew of the USS Enterprise explores the furthest reaches of uncharted space, where they encounter a new ruthless enemy, who puts them, and everything the Federation stands for, to the test.
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original title: Star Trek: Beyond
duration: 2h 2min
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After stopping off at Starbase Yorktown, a remote outpost on the fringes of Federation space, the USS Enterprise, halfway into their five-year mission, is destroyed by an unstoppable wave of unknown aliens. With the crew stranded on an unknown planet and with no apparent means of rescue, they find themselves fighting against a ruthless enemy with a well-earned hatred of the Federation and everything it stands for. Only a rebellious alien warrior can help them reunite and leave the planet to stop this deadly menace from beginning a possible galactic war.
Getting through the first half of their five-year mission, Captain Kirk and the USS Enterprise crew now venture into uncharted territories. They arrive at Starbase Yorktown for shore leave, Kirk intends to be promoted to Vice Admiral to remain there and has recommended Spock for his present position as ship's captain. After a devastating attack by a massive army of unknown aliens, Kirk and his crew find themselves stranded on an unknown planet with no means of contacting the Federation or each other. The alien warlord Krall seeks an ancient weapon called the Abronath that Kirk has kept after an unsuccessful diplomatic mission. Reunited and aided by the alien warrior Jaylah, Kirk and crew must fight to survive and take on this deadly menace with a strong hatred for the Federation. Will they be able to destroy the new danger before it's too late?
Be warned of spoilers: After watching the first trailer, I feared the movie would be terrible. I feared the comedic writing from Pegg, the direction from Lin as well. I really liked the 2009 Trek, and I did not care for Into Darkness, but this movie was better than both. It had visuals including the ship's destruction, and the visit and attack on Yorktown that were worth the price of admission alone. The dialogue was quite good, and the characters behaved as one would expect and hope. I liked the white haired female alien. I liked the reveal that Krull was former federation captain. The main thing that I liked was that this felt like the plot of the original series, with the adrenaline and imagination(movie-making technology) available today. It was a very Star Trek(TOS) story, except that the fears mentioned in the story are able to come to life. The idea that planet earth itself is in danger and only the Enterprise can save it has been done to death. The series is really about exploration, with the ship getting in trouble and figuring a way out of it, alone at the frontier, no safety net, beyond help from federation. Technically, this story was somewhere in between, but a step in the right direction. It seems that this franchise gets loads of criticism for not staying true to the original premise, yet it also appears that while some critics among the public demand that, the public, in the form of movie goers, have no real interest in seeing this. If Trek fans are Luke warm about this movie, then there really is a fairly small market for the material. Making these movies more like Star Wars, like Abrams did, alienated some trek fans, yet making it true to Trek(Beyond) drew even fewer fans? I am forced to agree with comments I recently read, that concluded that if there aren't enough fans to support a $185,000,000 budget, then Paramount should just recognize that this franchise does not have a Star Wars sized audience, and make more modest films on lighter budgets, say $120,000,000. It breaks my heart to say so, but I would rather it survive that way than just die. Fans will go in droves to see the brain-dead "Force Awakens", but not Trek, with its superior story, superior acting and snappier dialogue, and more sci-ency fiction. This movie is not perfect, but it is terrific! I highly recommend, but expect a whole bunch of snarky comments from people who go to the Star Trek movie but don't actually like Star Trek. Its like they wrote their review before they even saw it, then submitted after the movie lived up to their poor expectations. I will never understand why people go to movies of genres that they do not care for. I see this a lot particularly for science fiction.
'Star Trek Beyond' is...okay.
It looks great, and there are the requisite nods to old continuities (and to ol' Leonard Nimoy), but this series - though fun, and certainly capable of being enjoyed without knowledge of what (boldly) went before - always seems to be hog-tied by its dependency to the original series.
We get a little more of the barbed-but-affectionate Spock/McCoy relationship which worked so well in the OS, but the main divergence from the same-old is that Kirk remains...for once...without a lady.
I like these new films, and they are set up in such a way that risks CAN be taken with characters. It's a pity they generally AREN'T. A pity, too, that young Anton Yelchin had so little to do, this time around.
This episode cuts right to the core of the series