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This movie may have ignited a nostalgic flame for older fans, but it also created a new generation of fans (myself included) who loved watching the motley crew gain command of the one of the most impressive ships ever to be imagined. The story is strong, theres elements of humor and the CGI make it the dream that Star Trek hoped to be in the 60s/70s.
What a waste of a reboot. It has already been proven in the cannon of the series that time cannot be changed to such a degree. These new movies go against all the founding principals of the Original Series and yet, they are gaining a fandom. Since the '90's conventions ST's management has shown a contempt for their fan base which has come to fruition with these movies. I'll watch these in passing but do not consider them Star Trek at all.
This is the best star trek movie i have ever seen the movie has strong story to please any star trek fan
Falters badly due to the Nero character. Simon Pegg is not Scotty. Zachary Quinto is not Spock.
Star Trek got me hooked after how well the story was told and I became an instant fan after seeing this movie.
Fantastic. All a trekky needs to know is that it does the old classics justice. Brilliantly acted and a perfect cast
Opened a new realm of possibilities for Trekkies. I really wish HBO would scoop this up and do it right.
As someone who has been watching Star Trek since TOS began running on TV, I'd just like to say that this was by far the best Star Trek by a mile. Fast-paced, fun, well-acted, and with over-the-top homages to the series. Fanboys who complain about this are absurd. They should be kissing J.J. Abrams feet for reviving the series which had been dead in the water until he came along.
Well a reboot that hits the ground running. The brilliance of effects along with the great casting of Quinto as Spock has this film a delight to rewatch over and over. The fact they did not go straight for the Klingons was a smart move on the part of Abrams and the writers.
This movie is fucking phenomenal. Action-packed, beautiful, funny, good story, and great performances. What more can I say?