Star Trek is back in the coolest manner!
The crew of the USS Starship Enterprise is again put to the test in the latest Star Trek movie when bad guy John Harrison (Benedict Cumberbatch) shows what a really rough character he is by devastating Starfleet and leaving Earth virtually defenseless against his attacks.
Fortunately, the Enterprise is there to answer Earth’s distress call. Under the courageous leadership of Captain James T. Kirk (Chris Pine), the crew rallies in the face of extreme danger. And since the crew consists of such notable Star Trek members as Dr. Spock (Zachery Quinto), Dr. “Bones” McCoy (Karl Urban), Lt. Sulu (John Cho), Lt. Uhura (Zoe Saldana), Ensign Chekov (Anton Yelchin), and Lt. Commander “Scotty” Scott (Simon Pegg), there is definitely enough brain power available to get some interesting retaliation going.
But the evil-doer seems bent on doing more than just destroying the Enterprise and its crew. A villain who is apparently unstoppable, he unleashes a seeming enraged vendetta against Captain Kirk himself, which only adds to the depth of this sci-fi thriller. Because when it gets personal, the action goes up quite a few hot and heavy notches.
If you remember the old Star Trek series, when William Shatner played Captain Kirk, and Leonard Nimoy played Dr. Spock, then you’re sure to be agog at the action in this movie. Special effects have come a long way, baby, and Paramount Pictures made good use of them in this flick.
And if you love the special effects in the movie, just check out the Star Trek Into Darkness tees we’ve got on our site. Each one will remind you of the thrills, the action, and the struggle to defeat an enemy such as the Enterprise crew has never before encountered. Certainly one of them will be something you want to buy and wear, or to give as a gift to someone who’s a real Trekkie.
So raise your eyes heavenward and say a silent, “Beam me up, Scotty,” in fond remembrance of a tremendously cool movie. Just try to limit your space travel should Scotty hear you and give you a beam up. Those guys don’t give frequent flyer rewards.