Friday, May 8, 2009

REVIEW: Star Trek (The IMAX Experience)

Star Trek

Chris Pine,
Zachary Quinto

J.J Abrams


May 8, 2009

Paramount Pictures

2hrs 7mins




For anyone who loves movies or is indeed a Trekkie, Star Trek is anything a person can get out of a movie. This could also be by far the best movie of the year! This all starts out when George Kirk tells his wife (who's in labor) to go into an escape pod without him. A few seconds before George dies, a baby boy is born and they name it James Tiberious Kirk. Even as a child, James is a rebellious boy. When he's 22 years old, he ends up getting in a bar fight. After the fight, Kirk meets Christopher Pike, who is the captian of Starfleet Academy. Kirk then accepts an offer of going their to become a captain in three years. 3 years later, Kirk is accused of cheating on a challenging test designed by Spock. Because of this, Kirk is suspended on Earth until further notice. Then, Kirk's friend Leonard McCoy give him a series of shots to help him get onto the ship. That's all I can tell you right now since if I keep explaining, then you would probably end up on Wikipedia if you know what I mean. This film was a brilliant piece of art. Only a movie with real talent, special effects and positive feedback would beat this rollar coaster ride. What made this film so genuine was the story line. This kind of story will take you into a different world. Also, the casting was a great choice for J.J. Abrams and Paramount. Everyone was right to love this movie and give it positive feedback. Plus, this movie belongs in IMAX. If I was president of IMAX, I would move Night At The Museum 2 to a September IMAX release. In the words of Spock, "Live long and Prosper."
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