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NEW Bana/quinto/nimoy - Star Trek (2009) (Blu-ray)

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
J.J. Abrams asked the questions of his creative staff when he began this Star Trek movie odyssey, Can we make it cool? and How can we make it for everyone? He certainly answered the first question in the decidedly affirmative and accomplished the second query when he created this marvelous film. The acting is incredible with actors that have the same magical chemistry working together that the cast of the original Star Trek series had. Zachary Quinto and Chris Pine are perfect mirror images in both demeanor and appearance of Leonard Nimoy and William Shatner playing the starring roles of Spock and Captain James T. Kirk respectively. I was particularly impressed with the versatility of Zachary Quinto's acting skills, because Spock in this film is a vastly different character than the one I have enjoyed seeing him play in the television series Heroes where he is the unpredictable villain-turned-hero Sylar. The rest of the talented cast members do not disappoint either.

The second disk in this set is fascinating. It includes deleted scenes which I would love to see eventually incorporated into the film. While they were not absolutely necessary, those scenes added meaning to the storyline of the movie. There are also wonderful interviews and some behind-the-scenes peeks into the creative process of producing this film. There is a casting feature that gives us an insightful look into the complicated process of finding the talented actors willing to make the attempt to fill some big shoes and emulate the iconic actors that started the Star Trek phenomenon.

What I loved most was the direction that J.J. Abrams took in developing this new Star Trek adventure. I have been a Star Trek fan since the original series first aired in 1966 when I was 10 years old.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Star Trek is Back at Warp 10 Nov. 20 2009
Star Trek is back from the brink of death! My favourite franchise of all time, which I grew up with my whole life (original series, baby)! I was so happy with this movie, and I will also be happy to explain why.

Now, obviously, there are quite a few fans who weren't happy with this reboot. Perhaps they would have preferred that awful script that David Loughery wrote back in '89. This movie, based on the same premise of going back in time to Starfleet Academy, is vastly superior to any previous attempts to reboot the franchise. The stubborn won't like the fact that visually, the Star Trek universe has changed, that this movie has more action than previous ones, and that certain liberties that I will not spoil were taken with certain beloved characters. However, nothing can survive 40 years without changing. James Bond has successfully changed. Hell, the Beatles changed like night in day in just a decade! I'm not comparing Star Trek 2009 to Sgt Pepper, but let's be fair here: This is by far the best Trek we've seen since First Contact in 1996, and possibly better.

The genius of Star Trek is the way in which it was rebooted. Beginning before Captain Kirk was even born, a Romulan starship from the future has accidentally fallen through a black hole, and attacked the USS Kelvin (brilliant design on the Kelvin, by the way, seemingly inspired by the old Trek tech manuals). This brutal, unprovoked attack has altered the course of history. Everything from starship design to James T. Kirk's childhood have been changed. Some events will unfold as they always have, some will never unfold at all. Yet, despite the chaos, despite the changes, despite the odds, some things fall into place like serendipity.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Are you out of your Vulcan mind? April 9 2012
As entertainment this reimagining of Star Trek delivers great action, and great surprises. It's quite exciting to see the familiar characters being reintroduced and played by new actors.

One hopes that Abrams who brought us Lost and Alias, and wrote space epic Armageddon would take the treasure that is Star trek, and boldly go where no one has gone before. By that I do mean not going where he has gone with Lost, which had me totally confused, with myriad time travel plot lines, who the good and bad guys areguy, but going somewhere fresh, new and exciting.

JJ Abrams has done a great job first time at bat with this franchise. The actors playing the lead roles Pine as Kirk, Quinto as Spock, and Urban as McCoy all do incredible jobs. The Spock character is by far the best developed, and when you see the movie you will understand why.

Part of what I loved about this movie was the paradox. For instance, Time Travel. It was fun picking apart the logic afterwards.

Romulan villain Nero travels back in time, to avenge the destruction of his planet Romulus, destroyed by a supernova (exploding star).

The very fact that Nero can travel back in time, means that he can save his planet, which at the time of this Star Trek still exists, yet he does not.

Nero waits 25 years for Spock to emerge from the time space continuum, which in Spock time is only 5 minutes. How long would you wait for someone to turn up? If you're like me, not that long.

Nero attacks Star fleet before Kirk is born. If he can travel through time, then why does he wait until Kirk is all grown up before launching his next attack?

I was surprised by the Romulan ship, all these walkways high in the air with no safety handrails. Someone could fall off.
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