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Star Trek Into Darkness (Bilingual)


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32 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Steven Aldersley TOP 50 REVIEWER on May 25 2013
Format: Blu-ray
I'm old enough to remember the original Star Trek series, and I have a deep affection for it despite its obvious flaws. I was ready to despise this latest reboot when Star Trek was released in 2009, but some terrific choices were made and I left the theater grinning. I was delighted with the casting choices four years ago, and how this new version of Star Trek gave enough nods to the original without going over the top.

So, I have been anticipating the release of Star Trek Into Darkness ever since the credits rolled on the last entry. I was not disappointed.

What do you want from a Star Trek movie? The world has changed over the past 45 years, and action is an essential element of any science fiction movie. Special effects rule, and the budget can be enormous for proven franchises that simply can't fail at the box office. There is certainly no lack of action in this movie, and it doesn't waste any time in surfacing. Kirk and some of the crew are shown fleeing the inhabitants of a primitive planet, after trying to prevent a volcano from destroying it. The fast cuts look like something out of a Bourne movie, and provide the first adrenaline rush. There are no shortage of similar moments over the remaining two hours.

While I loved Star Trek (2009), it was pretty light on story. It served as a vehicle to introduce the new crew, and did so splendidly, but the actual story wasn't particularly memorable. That's not to say that it wasn't tremendously enjoyable. What Into Darkness does is develop on that strong foundation. We learn more about the characters, and what binds them together, but this time we're also given a story with more depth.

The story is built around the hunt for John Harrison, who is a man that seems out to destroy the Federation. Who is he?
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Dr. Joseph Lee #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on Sept. 14 2013
Format: Blu-ray
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Star Trek Into Darkness flies onto blu ray with MPEG-4 AVC 1080p 2.40:1 encode. The transfer is simply flawless and pristine in every frame. All the images are crisp and sharp in details, which are precise and beautifully textured, down the finest little crackle of alien flesh "paint," fray in their yellow sashes, or the more perfectly defined lines of Kirk's and McCoy's disguising robes. Every last fabric detail on the Starfleet uniform tops, each facial line and strand of hair, and every console readout and design touch appear flawlessly presented. The brilliantly coloured gold, red, and blue Starfleet shirts stand apart nicely from the bright white backgrounds and never lose even a sliver of vibrancy. Black levels are superb - particularly in the depths of space - and flesh tones are natural. The final resultant video that completely fills up my 12 foot wide screen is simply spectacular and perfect. (5/5)

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From the opening notes of Michael Giacchino's now-familiar Star Trek reboot theme, it's clear that Star Trek Into Darkness' Dolby TrueHD 7.1 soundtrack means business, and that business is sonic perfection. The track presents every element - from the broadest action effect and largest musical score piece to the most nuanced sound effect and ambient support detail - with striking clarity. The track is big, rich, and perfectly defined from the top of the highs to the deepest of the lows. The soundtrack is aggressive and potent without going overboard. Balance is key; never once does bass overwhelm the track, but never does it shy away from delivering the sort of pounding, naturally punishing presentation various scenes demand. There's excellent heft to phaser fire and the digital splattering percussion of hits to flesh.
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38 of 46 people found the following review helpful By David Myburgh on Aug. 25 2013
Format: Blu-ray
Not much more can be said about the movie - if you're a Star Trek fan, you'll love it. However, why must we Canadians pay $9 more for the same thing vs the US??! And don't tell me its because its "bilingual", because the US version has 4 languages on it. Even Bestbuy has the same price for it in the US and Canadian stores (which is still cheaper than here on Amazon, btw).
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Ikaris on Feb. 1 2014
Format: Blu-ray
I tried, I really did. Still haven't finished the movie after 4 attempts. It is just so very ... dumb.

JJ. is just Awful at making Star Trek Movies and I am relatively certain he will nuke into glowing poodoo the Star Wars franchise as well. Die Hard ... yup he could direct it. Maybe a Terminator film.

Just keep him away from anything with a serious storyline.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Richard Schwindt TOP 1000 REVIEWER on June 10 2014
Format: DVD
I am a huge fan of the first Star Trek reboot; it is a movie I can return to and immerse myself in an alternate world. It has action, drama and humour; the latter being requisite to take popcorn movies out of overly dismal places. So I did have some trepidation over the "into darkness" part of the title. I love Star Trek, but it is in the end escapism for hard working people with a silly streak (like me) who want to get out of the sturm and stress of the world. Fortunately, the darkness isn't overdone, the humour is intact and we have a story that gets better with repeat viewings. A skinny Englishman like Benedict Cumberbatch shouldn't make a great villain (we all know who the villain is by now, right?) but he is skilled and charismatic, delivering both menace and gravitas to his role. Chris Pine is better cast than people like to admit and Zarachy Quinto is for sure Leonard Nimoy's heir. Zoe Saldana eats up the screen. We see less of Scotty and Bones in this than I would have liked but this movie remains first rate entertainment and a welcome addition to the Star Trek universe.
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