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Uh, even after sitting for nearly two hours watching this, I'm not even sure if I saw the whole movie. It felt like we jumped in after everything already occurred. They introduced characters that ultimately didn't matter. They never explained the boy's powers, or why they were sporadically erupting from him. I mean did he cause the meteor shower? What does the light from his eyes emit, that makes others want to gaze into it? What was this movie's point???
GODDAMMIT!!! What the hell was this?!! They really screwed Deadpool up, Gambit was not only useless, but horribly portrayed. This movie was on CGI overload. It's only positive was Liev Schreiber's Sabretooth. But that's no where near enough to keep this movie from being absolute garbage.
I have to say this wasn't too bad, for their first shot at this movie. I mean "yeah", Sabretooth was really stupid, Halle Berry gave a Storm portrayal on par with her Catwoman, and Rogue was absolutely NOT "Rogue". But it wasn't too bad.
A re-imagining of Star Trek... okay. It was not bad. Getting a different perspective on the lives of characters I knew pretty well, was refreshing. However... while Nero's motivation was understandable, his plan & execution was really dumb. But that's ok, it was a decent start to something new.
GRRRRR!!!! What was this?!!! This wasn't good. While as fun a ride as 2009's Star Trek was, this lacked any real imagination or originality. They had a chance to tell a real story here, but inside the took a path that ultimately made this a real disappointment. There are parts in this movie, that really pissed me off. I like Cumberbash, but he wasn't Khan- nor did he need to be. He could have simply been another of Khan's people from the Botany Bay. But if they were insistent about doing Khan, they really should have gone with Benecio Del Toro, and told a WAY more cerebral story, and pit Kirk's experience against Khan's intellect. Instead we got Cumber-Khan, a warmonger Robocop, and the most asinine plot I've ever scene. Please, Mr. Abrams, Mr. Orci, Mr. Kurtzman, & Mr. Lindelof don't do this shit again.