Kudos to Abrams for going bigger without going stupid. His set pieces, from an erupting volcano to the hell unleashed over London and Frisco Bay, are doozies. So's the movie. It's crazy good. show more
Noisy, frenetic, grandiose and essentially a soap opera, director J.J. Abrams's second contribution to the franchise has everything, including romance: Never before have Capt. James T. Kirk and his Vulcan antagonist, Mr. Spock, seemed so very much in love. show more
The action is exhilarating, the visual effects spectacular - and spectacularly realized. show more
its aweful... Kirk is not Kirk.. Spock and Uhura? oh man.... donated the movie to the city library.. awefullll!!
I liked the JJ reboot of Star Trek. This pile of rubbish however gets a \"cold fusion\" from me on all counts. The acting is worse than TOS, Khan could have been something more than a simple plot progression tool with an actual personality, and seriously, too many lens flares!!
Now that\'s entertainment!