Best Movie That Felt Like it Was a Big Star Trek Episode
It was good but it suffers the problem of a franchise, ergo, it kind of felt like it was just a big extended episode. We don’t learn much about the characters. They don’t move forward towards any grand resolution of the series. They just do some shit, and the shit is very interesting but the shit is self contained, unlikely to move on to the next film. It was funny that rap is considered classical music in the future though.
Space. The final frontier. Damn, it’s big and shit.
These are the voyages of the Starship SPOILERPRISE.
BQB here with a review of Star Trek: Beyond.
J.J. Abrams’ third Star Trek movie is out. This go around, Kirk and Co. get lured into a distant nebula, ambushed and stranded after crashing on a desolate planet run by the evil alien Krall.
The crew has an artifact Krall wants in order to do evil shit…and they fight and shit and that’s about it. I’ll let you watch and fill in the details on your own.
I applaud J.J. because he seems committed to honoring the spirit of the old show/movies even though the 35+ crowd that Hollywood typically doesn’t give a crap about is the only demographic that would care.
Sulu’s totally gay and homage is paid to the late Leonard Nimoy, as well as to the original cast.
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