I won’t waste anyone’s time, I loved it. I loved the chemistry between all of the actors, I loved the message, I loved the direction, I loved the special effects. I didn’t love the 3-D and that is the last movie that I will ever have to see as a 3-D. 3-D gives me horrendous headaches and I didn’t find that the 3-D contributed more than was necessary. Any how, it is available in 2-D for those who, like me, prefer their entertainment in two dimensional form.
There was tons of Star Trek historical references, J.J did an awesome job paying homage to the Star Trek fans, I really tip my hat off to him. I am a huge science fiction fan and J.J Abrams is one of the best science fiction directors out there. I really enjoyed the movie, I didn’t want it to end.
I am not going to comment on the story whatsoever because I don’t want to give anything away. Suffice it to say, I loved it.
I am giving a shout out to my friend Tilly. Tilly, I got to see the preview of Ender’s Game on the Big Screen, it was Awesome. Ben Kingsley with his tattooed face on the Big Screen Amazing! It never gets better than Harrison Ford and his gruff voice on the Big Screen. It’s coming out in November.
I know that you shared the video, but like all great science fiction movies and stories, it does so much better on the big screen. You are going to love it.:)
I am already looking forward to the next installment of Star Trek. I feel sorry for the next director, if J.J Abrams doesn’t do it, his act is a tough act to follow.