Star Trek: Into Darkness is a very action packed movie, is it too much action for Star Trek? Are the changes in these newer film good, or bad? Many questions are being asked by long and short term fans. This movie is a huge leap from what Star Trek was in 2009. Both films are very different from the previous Star Trek we’ve experienced.
This film was devastating yet amazing, the stunts and special effects are wonderful. The plot twisting and turning with thickening excitement in every other minute. The cast was amazing, the parts were acted out amazingly, the lines dramatic, but realistic. (To an extent.) The cast of the movie is not quite perfect, I’m not saying that it was acted out poorly.
“That just isn’t Kahn!” and “‘m not so sure he even acts like a Kahn.” are only a couple of the things I have heard. I personally think Benedict was perfect for the role, mischievous, and smart, but he’s still strong and powerful without looking like it. He’s a mysterious man when he acts and he did amazingly in this specific film. I am not disappointed with any of the acting done in this film.
As a fan of the old Star Trek I am disappointed, yet I am amazed with what they’ve done with these characters. Many things could has gone wrong, and not many did go wrong with this movie. Most fans are just as pleased as they are upset. Out of all the questions asked about this film the most important one is; Has Hollywood gone boldly where no man has gone before?
If Hollywood has permanently changed the Star Trek films, will they continue their work? Or will they not succeed in such vast amount of change? It’s up to us people, will we let them stray too far from the adventures we came to love? Or will we accept these changes?Has Hollywood Gone Boldly Where No Man Has Gone Before? ,