The new Star Trek
So let me get this straight.
Due to accident warps into past (not so distant past, few hundred years)
And in the time he comes from, the future, his planet was destroyed
Knowing his planet is destroyed he is pissed off, and wants revenge
But good people tell him “You are in the past now, your planet is not destroyed yet”
Of course, he does not want to hear that crap, and goes on about his revenge.
Excuse me? Is it just me, or this plot is so bad it just begs for tomatoes followed by guillotine? I mean, c’mon, he could just go to his planet, and warn them about incoming danger. They only got few hundred years to prepare! While he is at his planet, he could also meet his grandmother. She is/was hot when she is/was young! *Wink* *Wink* I am my own grandfather scheme!
Read slowly now:
Future Spock, who is really close friend with future Scotty, telling present Scotty something that future Scotty discovered. Do i hear universe imploding on itself? Is that a sound of epic fail coming from the nearby black hole?
Who authorized this scenario? Kindergarten children?
3 thoughts on “The new Star Trek”
May 10, 2009 at 15:24
there’s also a comic book prequel to the movie called “star trek: countdown”. you could read it for some additional info about the whole plot
May 18, 2009 at 19:06
I loved the movie. Im not a Trekkie or fan of the shows at all. Just a good summer, action, movie.
September 23, 2009 at 10:38
Ok I finally watched it. The movie is big fun! You just have to ignore thin timetravel plot and that lens-flare galore. :) But otherwise, it’s fun!