This is a movie for which you have to be prepared for lots of action. It really keeps moving. There is one little twist at the end that I don't want to give up, but the Enterprise faces an unstoppable enemy, bee like ships that all work together as one. After destroying the Enterprise, they try to capture all the people, but the show never tells why or reveals how many actually die in the attack. This is because the bee vessels were gathering everyone up and collecting them. They all end up on the same planet, Spock, and Scottie and Dr. Bones all crashing into the planet, with the goal of rescuing their crew. Scottie meets a local, at least local now as she has previously shipwrecked on the planet, her father was killed in an escape attempt, and she has been surviving in an Enterprise space ship which has been cloaked. She is one pretty tough woman, but still scared to go back to the base.
Spock is determined not only to rescue the crew, but specifically Uhura, his girl friend.
This movie is a fast and exciting ride, which doesn't give up until the end. I didn't take any fantastic theme from the movie, other than sometimes you can get lost in space. This movie was mostly geared toward entertainment rather than philosophizing.
This movie starred: Chris Pine as Captain Kirk, Zachary Quinto as Commander Spock, Karl Urban as Dr. Bones, Zoe Saldana as Lieutenant Uhura, Simon Pegg as Scotty and Idris Elba as our bad guy, Kroll. He was some fantastic bad guy. Scotty, or rather Simon Pegg helped write the script.
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