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Star Trek 2009

The brash James T. Kirk tries to live up to his father's legacy with Commander Spock keeping him in check as a vengeful, time-traveling Romulan creates black holes to destroy the Federation one planet at a time...

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127 min
J.J. Abrams
Ben Cross, A.J. Verel, Jimmy Bennett, ...
Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi ...
USA, Germany

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Solar rating:8.5 /10


Imdb rating: 8 /10

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Nice reboot
One of my all time favorite movies! I could have done without some of the shaky bright lights shining directly at the camera, but I will watch this again for certain! 10.0/10.0 in my book!
This isn't the Star Trek where they go out to explore the universe as explorers seeking out new life. This is JJ. Abram's version of Star Trek, not Gene Roddenberry's. Keep that in mind and it's a fantastic movie. If you looking for something else; keep looking.
Total shoddiness from start to finish.

I can't help but suspect that those who gush "what a terrific reboot" this is, are from bizarro universe where everything is opposite.

This "movie" made absolutely no sense whatsoever in the Star Trek franchise.

What *were* the Paramount execs thinking when they gave the ok to this project?

Oh wait.. studio execs... well, *that* explains it...

I'm NOT part of the dumbed-down public and I *can* recognize stinkiness when I smell it. Stinkiness stinks.
amazing film..10/10
R.I.P. Mr. Leonard Nimoy. We will live long and prosper. \V/
easily one of the best movies of 2009.imo..and still ranks even now...i love this movie and the 2nd cant wait for #3 ....8.5/10
The Best Trek
I really love what they done with 'the flow' and so allowed for all the changes to the Trek we all grew up. Part 2 wasnt really my cup of tea, but I do hope they continue this 'story' for the next 20 or so years, as they did with the old .. and keep the same characters in it growing as they go along.
i feel the same m8. i waited way to long to watch a gr8 movie just because i wasn't a fan of star trek. the second 1 was also amazing and now there is talk about a 3rd installment in 2015/16.
Wow I can't believe that I waited this long to see this. After this the debate is over which is superior Star Trek topples Star wars this time. Until well let's see what comes out of Disney in the next couple of years. I have never been a fan of Star Trek but wow this film is freaking amazing. Can't wait to see the second one. What a great cast!!!!!! Beastie Boys Sabotage !!!!!!!!!!
Really Good Movie and I do believe Part two was even better in my opinion ...
Good movie which I enjoyed
No, this movie has not come out yet, and no, I haven't seen it. I don't need to. It is just another Hollywood make-a-buck remake. 2009 will be a dark year for Trek fans. PLEASE, Hollywood, come up with an ORIGINAL idea!!!!
Greetings, about two weeks ago I was driving and a mysterious electrified cloud engulfed my car, and I was hurdled into the future (Summer, 2009) While trapped in the future I had a chance to See Star Trek XI - The Death of a franchise. Let me give you my credentials, I have been a Star Trek Fan since 1966and have attended (and even ran) several Star Trek (and sci-fi) conventions. While passionately directed by J.J. Abrams, the movie (which I also have dubbed 'Star Trek: 90210') is yet another attempt to revive and exume what was one of the best TV series of all time. With over the top sets and a almost criminal slap in the face of the Star Trek fans, The ship, the crew, and the feel resembles more like 'Enterprise' then Star Trek: TOS. Without wanting to give away too much information (It has been requested by the Department of Temporal Investigations that I give no Spoilers)I can say that any Fan of the show will not only be unhappy with the new Star Trek movie, they will be angry. Just to prove that I actually DID travel into the future, Barack Obama is Now the President of the United states. Jonathan
Just saw the trailer and I'm extremely pleased with what is happening with this film. I was a bit worried if they could in fact pull off a movie with Kirk and crew when they were younger and featuring no one from the originals to reprise their role. Granted they are all aged well beyond watching them attempt to live the glory days. Imagining William Shatner trying to squeeze into his gold uniform and pretend he is a young cadet again would have been worth a laugh though. This has now gone onto my must see list.
The Best Trek yet!
Ok. I was at the Sydney premiere and got to see the movie. To sum up; Star Trek is in GREAT hands. Not only was the film probably my favourite Trek to date but the cast were a pleasure to meet and chat with. Apparently the first time a movie has ever screened in the Opera house. So 10/10 for the movie, cast and premiere. I had the time of my life!
I do understand that some people like this movie. I am not a trekkie but honestly, Abrams totally wiped out the quintessence of Star Trek. It is a simple good guys chasing the bad one. The character of Kirk is annoying, I only wanted to slap him right in the face. Most of the character was very poorly developed. I kwno a copy of the old style would have been disappointing the same way, but this movie just made me this about how expensive the ticket was for a picture I finally regret to have seen.
Absolutely riveting -- definitely better than any of the cheesy Star Wars prequels (I'm lookin' at YOU, Jar-Jar Binks) -- and certainly should prove to be a huge hit even for the uninitiated young'uns who don't even know what a Vulcan mind meld is. The mother of all prequels, it certainly has the best of everything good about the entire series -- dazzling effects, awesome action, brain-hurting time travel, and even young Kirk gettin' it on with an alluringly green alien. The actors were all spot-on playing the younger incarnations of all the main characters, and deftly manuevered the great comic banter between Kirk, Bones, Spock, Sulu, Chekov, and even Scotty. Purists will appreciate the absence of overly large ductworks, but I curiously noted that the starship Enterprise's maiden voyage included no less than five unceremonious changes of command -- like everyone was too eager to give up command of the ship :up: :up: