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Star Trek Into Darkness

 (38,087)7.72 h 12 min2013X-RayPG-13
When a ruthless mastermind, Khan (Benedict Cumberbatch,) declares a one-man war on the Federation, Captain Kirk (Chris Pine), Spock (Zachary Quinto), and the crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise set out on their most explosive manhunt of all time.
J.J. Abrams
John ChoBenedict CumberbatchAlice Eve
Science FictionAction
English [CC]
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EnglishEnglish [Audio Description]
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Bruce GreenwoodSimon PeggChris PineZachary QuintoZoe SaldanaKarl UrbanPeter WellerAnton Yelchin
J. J. AbramsBryan BurkDamon LindelofAlex KurtzmanRoberto OrciJeffrey ChernovDavid EllisonDana GoldbergPaul Schwake
Paramount Pictures
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4.7 out of 5 stars

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JackReviewed in the United States on July 5, 2018
5.0 out of 5 stars
There are a LOT of featurettes!
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Absolutely recommend this movie!
Especially,there are a LOT of featurettes!

Disc 1 UHD Feature Film
Subtitles: English/English SDH/French/Spanish/Portuguese

Disc 2 Blu-ray Feature Film+Special Features
Subtitles: English/English SDH/French/Spanish/Portuguese
Special Features Subtitles: English/English SDH/French/Spanish/Portuguese
Enhanced Commentary (HD, 163 min.) (Subtitles: English/English SDH/French/Spanish/Portuguese)
The Mission Continues (HD, 2 min.)

Disc 3 Blu-ray Special Features
Subtitles: English/English SDH/French/Spanish/Portuguese
The Voyage Begins...Again (HD, 2 min.)
Creating the Red Planet (HD, 8 min.)
Introducing the Villain (HD, 2 min.)
Rebuilding the Enterprise (HD, 6 min.)
National Ignition Facility: Home of the Core (HD, 5 min.)
Attack on Starfleet (HD, 5 min.)
Aliens Encountered (HD, 7 min.)
The Klingon Home World (HD, 8 min.)
The Enemy of my Enemy (HD, 8 min.)
Vengeance is Coming (HD, 5 min.)
Ship to Ship (HD, 6 min.)
Mr. Spock and Mr. Spock (HD, 4 min.)
Down with the Ship (HD, 6 min.)
Kirk and Spock (HD, 6 min.)
Brawl by the Bay (HD, 6 min.)
Fitting the Future (HD, 5 min.)
Property of Starfleet (HD, 5 min.)
Unlocking the Cut (HD, 5 min.)
Visual Affection (HD, 9 min.)
The Sound of Music (and FX) (HD, 6 min.)
Safety First (HD, 3 min.).
Continuing the Mission (HD, 2 min.)
Gag Reel (HD, 6 min.)
Deleted Scenes (HD, 6 min.)
Theatrical Trailers (HD, 6 min.)
22 people found this helpful
shushumnaReviewed in the United States on November 5, 2018
5.0 out of 5 stars
4k disc is AWESOME
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this review is not about the movie plot or characters it is about the 4k disc. first of all my equiptment helps a great deal oppo203 4k player( none better) lg oled tv( calibrated of course) and surround sound in a 1600 cubic foot rectangular room with 4 svs subwoofers one in each corner!!! this disc is AMAZING!!!!! picture and sound are the best you will ever find!! IMAX scenes are SO AWESOME!!!!! 4k mbps transfer rate is over 100 in some scenes!!! LFE effects shake my whole building!!! this disc is a thrill ride of epic proportions!!! great fun and worth every penny!!!!!
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TauntoReviewed in the United States on October 26, 2015
4.0 out of 5 stars
They are pretty much the same recognizable characters
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This movie brings fan-fiction to an art form. I would call it STAR TREK, THE OTHER WRATH OF KAHN, but I don't want to disrespect this movie in any way. This is the second of a series of new Star Trek movies. In the first, the writers created a clever device by which the characters, who were originally created in a 1960s television series and later moved through 4 major motion pictures, are no longer bound by their serial and cinematic histories. They are pretty much the same recognizable characters, but because they passed through a time portal, anything that was done in the past can be recognized, referenced to, and in this movie, paid homage to. For those who watch this movie who have not seen any of the preceding movies or shows, it stands alone well. It moves along well with action, humor and drama, and with very good performances from a talented cast.
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ؙReviewed in the United States on July 10, 2018
5.0 out of 5 stars
Great casting!
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I think this iteration of the Star Trek franchise does all the characters justice without being campy. The movies are action packed with good storyline. I've been pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed this. Havind grown up with the original TV series, but someone who wasnt a big fan of most of the Shatner era movies, I think this breathes fresh life into the franchise! Roberto Orci, Alex Kurtzman, and Damon Lindelof deliver a fantastic screenplay!
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John S. LeeReviewed in the United States on May 24, 2020
4.0 out of 5 stars
It's Star Trek, so I love it, BUT Cumberbatch?! WTHeck?!
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There are not enough alternate realities to convince me that Khan Noonian Singh is a blue eyed Englishman. You've GOT to be Kidding. And Christopher Pike is supposed to be put out to pasture by Spock, not Khan. It's the one big rub I have against this particular Episode and it needs a do over. There are a ton of Indian and even New Zealanders who can pull off a proper Khan. I damn expected Cliff Curtis to be bestowed the honors. He's probably one of the MOST versatile actors in Hollywood, EVER. Dude has played Chicanos, Maori (which he is, but you have to look it up), and tanned white dudes. He can cop an accent easily and woulda been perfect for the part. Which brings me to another problem with this particular reselling, the series is simply too white to be recognized as Rodenberry influenced. With the casting of Cumberbatch as Khan, who I adore and love (he's SOOOOOOOO super English and uber British what's not to love, I'm an Anglophile I admit), they lost a great opportunity. They don't have to change a thing in the script either. ALL they have to do is change the actor. Other than that, which is a big deal, I couldn't give it less than 4 stars becuase it is played well by the entire cast. Probably and pradoxically the darkest Star Trek made, it's a good picture and makes me look forward to the next installment.
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BonmotReviewed in the United States on February 3, 2021
5.0 out of 5 stars
5 Stars. It's Star Trek.
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The original first film ("Star Trek: The Motion Picture") was great when it first came out because there was nothing to compare it with, Trek film-wise. That one hasn't stood up very well in light of the ones that came after, but .....

.... other than the above caveat, I've never met a Star Trek movie I didn't like. I wouldn't know how to explain this to someone who isn't as enamored with the Trek universe as I am. But then there's this: My brother is not into Star Trek at all. He never liked the original series. He never liked what little he saw of subsequent series' or movies. I don't know what he's sampled. We don't talk about it. It's too painful. However, I did convince him to share the first JJ Abrams re-boot when it came out in theaters, and he enjoyed it immensely. Same is true for "Into Darkness". I don't think he became a Trekker as a result, but he liked these two as well as any other action blockbuster.
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JonReviewed in the United States on February 24, 2017
5.0 out of 5 stars
It's great in 4k!
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Never thought the 4k would be such an upgrade, but it is! The clarity is incredible. The graphics and special are beyond fabulous! But the best part is the clarity of speech- you can actually hear every word the actors say! Before, they would mumble and you wouldn't catch everything they said- but you do now. Note- you do need a 4k TV and a 4k blu-ray player (duh). It was like watching the movie for the first time!
15 people found this helpful
joel wingReviewed in the United States on August 1, 2021
4.0 out of 5 stars
2nd installment of Star Trek franchise returned with the winning formula
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Into Darkness was the second Star Trek film in the reboot. It was loosely based upon 1982’s Wrath of Khan this time featuring Benedict Cumberbatch as the villain mixed in with a rogue Starfleet officer. One of the main things that worked in the first film was that it recaptured a lot of the nostalgia from the original TV series from the 1960s. They did it again with the big action intro that had Spock/Zachary Quinto facing death and Captain Kirk/Chris Pine having to improvise to save him. There was also the banter between Kirk, Spock and other major crew members “Bones” McCoy/Karl Urban, Scotty/Simon Pegg, and Uhura/Zoe Saldana. This proved a winning formula with jokes, action, and a story full of twists and turns.
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