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Disappointing. Good but disappointing. Here's the big spoiler: Benedict Cumberbatch is KHAN! FREAKIN' KHAN! KHAN NOONIEN SINGH! But, unfortunately, he's not really the main villain. That honour befalls to Starfleet Admiral Christopher Marcus, played by RoboCop himself Peter Weller in quite a good performance. The story is quite good but it doesn't seem as original as the first Abrams Star Trek movie which is a problem. Apart from that it was a good film. Not bad but not brilliant. It ends with Khan not being killed but going back into stasis, something he has already gotten free from before, but the way you see him in the ending montage (Everything else is shadowed apart from his tube and he has a determined look on his face) makes me think that Into Darkness was the Space Seed where as the third of fourth film will be full-on Wrath of Khan
I'm gonna go through my favourite scenes and lines and my worst scenes and lines and I think I'll do that for every review from this one on
Kirk has a three-way with two pink-skinned alien catwomen...
Bumper Quadtruple Movie Review: Oblivion, Iron Man Three, Army of Darkness, Oz the Great and Powerful
Two sci-fi films and two Raimi films. Yeah. I've been busy. Plus there's a big announcement at the end of this blog so look forward to that. Let's begin...
What...the...hell? Never. Never. Never again will I watch a Joseph Kosinski film that is not a Tron sequel. Unless it interests me. So basically, seeing as so far both of his films have interested me, I'll go see every Joe Kosinski film after this. But this was pure dog crap. Too many twists and turns. The villain's (Yes there's a villain and its not Morgan Freeman) a complete and utter HAL-9000 rip-off. Just, uh.
An unfortunate problem within the film industry is that many greats go unnoticed by the vast majority of the public. Costume designers to to set creators to special effects experts, many figures within each area of expertise all too often go unrecognised for their efforts. People might claim to love all the sets in Hellboy 2 but that film's most recognisable names are always going to be Guillermo Del Toro and Ron Perlman. The same goes with Aliens and James Cameron, and you'd be lucky to find someone on the street who knows key figures within Industrial Light and Magic beyond George Lucas.
One of the few well known names among his craft, capable of frequently outshining the directors involved with his films, was Ray Harryhausen. A pioneer in visual film effects and a man who sadly passed away last Tuesday.
With the summer underway, Tim, Dave, Klancy and Kieron discuss latest film from Marvel Studios: Iron Man 3. Did the film live up to expectation? Find out only on Something Cinematic.