Movie review: all Star trek on boldly going nowhere?

Call me old-fashioned, but I would like to see more of star trek in star trek movies. I would like to see captain kirk (Chris pine) and his crew to explore strange new worlds. They can even search for new life forms and new civilizations. I would go so far as to say that they could boldly go where no one has gone before, just as their ancestors did in the television series 1960-ies and the subsequent sequels.

The first two films in the reboot franchise was fizzing with energy and the lens-burning drama, but none of them was a program inspiring feeling that every transcendent encounter can bring a perplexing ethical problems and unorthodox views in addition to green skinned girls for Kirk. The Phaser-shooting, J. J. Abrams, and are not all good, but if they franchise sense then it should have another name. Star wars, for example.

For makes you forget the revived villains and gratuitous underwear shots from the last film

In the third installment, Star trek, fringe, brings back some of the TV shows hope and a miracle. In a witty scene, kirk confusion through the diplomatic expedition that goes comically wrong, and then we said through the journal of its captain that the enterprise is three years, five years, space mission. Poke gentle fun in this series, we hear that kirk is the finding of the mission “bit”: there is nothing in his closet, but the racks are the same mustard-colored sweater. What is so amazing about these pictures is that they pick up from where in the 1960s, Star trek has stopped. They encourage you to forget about the last two films, with their revived villains, the laborious origin story, and gratuitous shots of underwear. You can imagine that the restart began with Star Trek for instead.

This classic the way the Ghost is still there when the enterprise docks with a space station of the Federation called Yorktown, a floating Christmas tree bauble that is so huge that it has its skyscrapers. Its design is very reminiscent of metropolis guardians of the Galaxy, but in these troubling times, she moves to see the optimistic vision of the future in which people, aliens and holograms bustle together happily, side by side. A glimpse of Sulu (John Cho) with my husband-it is also uplifting. The film’s Director Justin Lin seems to be responding to the last film, Star trek into darkness, taking Star trek out of darkness and into the light.

However, it does not allow us to forget that he also directed four fast & furious sequels, because after the scenes, the fast and the furious is exactly what “star trek” for that. Yorktown idle crew was cut short when kirk discovers that the other ship was captured by the bony face of an alien commander (under-use Idris Elba) is called Kroll. The enterprise flies off in pursuit, but our heroes barely made it through the rocky “unstable nebula” (asteroid field from the Empire strikes back, mostly) when they attacked Roy Kroll barbed metal space bees.

And then … well, it is unclear what will happen after that. Lean cuts at the speed of frantic among several different chaotic scenes in several different under-lit areas of the enterprise, but it is difficult to understand how it all fits together. Confusion persists till the end of his noisy, bustling film. Watching Star Trek for feels like to burn a DVD while listening to the best of Beastie boys maximum volume: it’s great, but you can’t always tell what’s going on.

Set phasers to fun?

The crash of the enterprise lands on planet Krull planet with boring Earth-like gravity, atmosphere and vegetation, of course – there’s still a few rough fun to be had. The screenplay co-written with Simon Pegg in zombie named Sean star who also plays Scotty, and he hugs and parody of buddy-movie clichés with his usual gloating know-it-all. The banter between the bones (Karl urban) and raves about Spock (Zachary Quinto) is especially nice. Think of it as “fuzz” in space.

Kirk and his team can also be office managers paintballing away-day

As amusing as it is to see a cast of favorite characters teasing each other, though, “Star trek” for it is essentially a film about people running in the woods. They can be office managers paintball day. Instead of trying to understand the mysteries of the Universe, the plot is reduced to a small, simple commando RAID, in which kirk, Spock, bones, Scotty and Chekhov (the late Anton Yelchin) you need to break Sulu and uhura (Zoe Saldana) from the camp in the quarry.

And instead of having to save the day, exploiting some mind-bending logical paradox, as the original crew used to do, the current lot to do it with shouts, again and again, that they may be able to defeat Krall, if they can change the route of proton zonkalizer via dilithium quaxotron – or words to that effect. With regard to cool female character – a Zebra-striped alien (Sofia Boutella) is called Jaylah – the fact that Pegg named it in honor of Jennifer Lawrence, T. E. J.-the law is the most interesting thing about her.

The culmination of the air, a fist fight, which is very similar to the one at the end of Star trek into darkness, the film is no longer interested in philosophical difficulties and political issues than the fast and the furious: Tokyo Drift was. It is only in the very last scene that the initial spine-tingling returns possible, as the crew are sent back into the unknown. But these scenes only reinforce the impression that the film needs to be more adventurous. Next time, let’s hope Star trek goes further than beyond.

★★★☆☆