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Star Trek Into Darkness

ages 13+ | 94% Say It's Worth Your Time

The crew of the Starship Enterprise returns home after an act of terrorism within its own organization destroys most of Starfleet and what it represents, leaving Earth in a state of crisis. With a personal score to settle, Capt. James T. Kirk (Chris Pine) leads his people (Zachary Quinto, Karl Urban, Zoë Saldana) on a mission to capture a one-man weapon of mass destruction, thereby propelling all of them into an epic game of life and death.


Runtime: 2 hr 12 min

Genre: Action , Adventure , Science fiction

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Rated PG-13 Intense Seq. of Sci-Fi Violenc|Intense Seq. of Sci-Fi Action

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  • 4 of 10 Profanity

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  • SupermanUnlimited (Male)

    ages 13+ | Worth Your Time

    THIS IS HOW THE SUMMER MOVIES SHOULD ALWAYS START!!! I hope caliber of Star Trek is what we can expect for the rest of the summer, because I'm excited to see Into Darkness again!!! I can't wait to see this in IMAX 3D!

    If you want to see the new #StarTrekIntoDarkness, see it UNSPOILED! The smallest spoiler will ruin the movie for you!!!

    Terrific opening scene, it's comedic and adventurous. (It sets up the end of the movie perfectly.) There are plenty of action sequences and dialogue of thought-provoking moral questions to balance out the heavy action. To say much more will definitely be a spoiler. I will say this much about the final 20 minutes: I almost cried, this movie definitely pulls on the heart strings, near the end!

    Sexual content: Kirk is in bed with 2 aliens, implying sexual relations.
    Sensual content: Kirk watches a woman change clothes, down to her underwear.
    Swearing: Little-to-none
    Violence: The villain is very violent and ruthless. He kills a man by squeezing his skull - the degree damage of is off camera. There is also hand-to-hand combat.
    3.5/4 stars

    May 15th, 2013 · Details
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  • tbtoone (Male) Deseret News Critic

    ages 13+ | Worth Your Time

    While entertaining, fast-paced and engaging, I'm not a trekie and there was a lot that went over my head. If I hadn't had my brother there to explain some things, I might have been a little lost. With his help, I was able to follow the story. Overall, I thought the movie was alright. But it didn't capture my imagination or make me want to see other Star Trek films. If you love science fiction, it's good. I also recommend you also watch "Star Trek 2: Wrath of Khan" (1982) for additional insight.

    As for the content, there was one scene where young and wild Capt. Kirk is in bed with a couple of girls. The action was compelling, but it wasn't over the top. Bottomline, decent show. I give it 2 out of 4 stars.

    December 30th, 2013 · Details
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  • stolman (Male)

    ages 13+ | Worth Your Time

    I have always liked Star Trek and the reboot was great. This sequel was very enjoyable and intense. Cumberbatch is a complex character. I would highly recommend this movie

    November 6th, 2013 · Details
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  • travlucas (Male)

    ages 14+ | Not Worth Your Time

    Not going to lie it was pretty dumb.

    September 17th, 2013 · Details
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  • adamsmart (Male)

    ages 14+ | Worth Your Time

    I don't know a whole lot about Star Trek, but I feel like I didn't have to in order to enjoy this one. The story and the characters all play out really well. The movie maintains an exciting pace throughout and it keeps you guessing. There are a lot of deaths/terrorism, but thankfully nothing too much is depicted on screen--in my opinion. Annoying to me was the language. Let's hope JJ Abrams Star Wars is just as exciting, while still being family-friendly.

    August 3rd, 2013 · Details
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  • JohnClyde (Male) KSL Critic

    No Maturity Rating | Worth Your Time

    "Star Trek Into Darkness" didn't quite live up to its predecessor, but it was fun none the less. See my full review here http://ksl.fm/13DiFBv

    June 12th, 2013 · Details
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  • Jim (Male)

    ages 14+ | Worth Your Time

    I liked this movie. I didn't like the first Star Trek because it was formulaic, predictable, and lacked some magic. JJ Abrams seems to have everything figured out with "Into Darkness." The performances from all actors, especially Benedict Cumberbatch, were incredible. The effects were top notch. The pacing was intense.

    2 things really bothered me. The first is a very old problem that bothers me everytime I watch a Star Trek movie. Never, ever, send your highly trained senior leadership as an away team to do grunt work. That's what space marines are for. There is no reason at all to send a captain of a ship who is one of maybe 3 people capable of running the place out to do an assassination mission that requires a jump through space from one ship to another. That's a job for a green beret or something.

    The second thing that bothered me (and maybe I'm a prude here) is that the gratuitous shot of a woman in her underwear as well as a short scene with Captain Kirk in bed with 2 cat-ladies struck me as weird and degrading. There was no reason to put those shots in the movie as they could have easily been implied without being graphic.

    Otherwise, bravo! Good movie.

    June 3rd, 2013 · Details
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  • MikeVanbiguous (Male)

    ages 13+ | Worth Your Time

    As it has been described by many a critic, the movie is a thrill ride. Cumberbatch is a top notch villain but he is under utilized and the nuance and ambiguity they tried to give his character is torpedoed by some very one dimensional villainy late in the film. Don't go into this expecting anything deep nor storytelling and ideas with past Star Trek sophistication. Just go to have a blast and see it in IMAX as portions of the movie were filmed specifically for that format and look spectacular.

    May 19th, 2013 · Details
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  • ventor (Male)

    ages 13+ | Worth Your Time

    The continuation of the alternate Star Trek timeline as Directed by JJ Abrams continues in this fast paced sequel; Into Darkness.
    Without giving too much away let me just say this was an excellent film on nearly every level. The acting, plot, pacing, visuals and story were all superb. The only item I give slightly lower marks on is the music. I fully expected much of the previous score to be re-jiggered for this, but I literally only picked up on one truly original sound track in one part of the film.
    As with the last film, but more so with this one; Abrams takes elements from the original Trek films and mirrors them. Lets just say that Star Trek II: the Wrath of Khan was mirrored extensively in this film. They also pull some material from DS9, of all places, concerning Section 31. If you are a true Trek fan you will know what this is.
    As I watched this I couldn't help but think that this is what the prequel Star Wars films should have been. Summed up, this film was a lot of fun, suspenseful, emotional and the romance between Spock and Uhara was full of energy and good taste. In short, everything (especially episode II) the Prequel star wars was not. Surprisingly Scotty plays a huge, humorous role in this film.
    I think most people, even if they are not Fans will enjoy this fast-paced adventure. The rating is just right for violence, language, frightening imagery, peril, deaths and a couple very brief scenes showing women (Alien and human) only in under wear.

    May 17th, 2013 · Details
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  • Ken (Male)

    ages 14+ | Worth Your Time

    From the moment you sit down to the moment the credits start to roll, Star Trek Into Darkness throws you into a fast-paced and intense ride of non-stop action. In fact, probably too much action. Star Trek was always meant to be a science fiction story, not an action flick. If there is something that is wrong with this film, the strong focus on action over anything else would be it.

    As it was with the first movie in this reboot of the franchise, the special effects are great, the humor clever and well-timed, and the nods to fans of the original canon plentiful and fulfilling. I actually did once more enjoy the direction this new Star Trek universe took familiar story lines and the twists and changes that were put in without completely destroying what had come before.

    However, as I mentioned before, Into Darkness focuses too much on being an action film and does not focus enough on some of the things that make Star Trek what it is -- exploration, discovery, wonder, self-reflection, and even somewhat cheesy moral lessons. In fact, on the last point, Into Darkness sets up very well to advance certain lessons in the beginning ... and then utterly fails to deliver in the end, instead throwing in a cheap Hollywood trope about non-violence in the middle of a constantly violent movie.

    Content-wise, be aware that the movie really is consistently violent and that there are two brief scenes of sensuality. Swearing is present and common enough to be noticed.

    The film is fun but, in the end, it is little more than that. Worth a watch, especially if you're a Trek fan, but not anything amazingly special. And yes, J.J. Abrams still loves the lens flare.

    May 16th, 2013 · Details
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  • tjbarb (Female)

    No Maturity Rating | Not Worth Your Time

    Would have been a better hour tv show.

    May 16th, 2013 · Details
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  • tpoppleton (Male) Deseret News Critic

    ages 12+ | Worth Your Time

    This is the Trek film that defines the celebrated friendship of James T. Kirk and the always logical Mr. Spock. It throws itself into every danger and moral grey area it can collide into, so when these two characters walk out on the other side, broken, bruised, and leaning only on each other’s strength, every crazy act they commit in the name of friendship going forward will seem totally reasonable.

    The new direction and origin stories defined in this latest, though still set before the first episode of the TV series, adventure, will definitely offend a few devout fans of the classic series. But underneath their gritting teeth, even the purists will probably admit this was a really fun ride and otherwise great science fiction film.

    “Into Darkness” earns its PG-13 rating mostly due to a few violent scenes and the continuous stream of sci-fi action. The most disturbing moments aren’t visually graphic, but suggestive and handled with off-camera sound effects. Language and sexual references are present but minimal, and a single scene dealing with an immodest crew member is far less titillating than the trailers might want you to believe.

    May 16th, 2013 · Details
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  • dogmanaut (Male) Deseret News Critic

    ages 13+ | Worth Your Time

    A thumbs up, but with some pretty serious reservations. I'm not a Star Trek fan, per se, but I do completely get all the backlash to this movie based on some of the kind of unnecessary decisions that were made that cause it to step on the toes of previous Trek films. I won't get into it for the sake of avoiding spoilers, but if I were a fan, I would be bothered.

    There are also a lot of story issues, kind of like the first film. Fun and engaging enough, but don't think about it afterwards if you don't want to begin seeing all the gaping plot holes and unexplained/unmotivated character decisions.

    And yes, one scene involving Alice Eve's character is completely gratuitous and deserved the criticism it received.

    That said, it is a decent popcorn flick. Very beautiful to look at. J.J. Abrams clearly has a great eye for visuals, and there are enough references to the original series to keep the non-diehard fans entertained. The alien design, for one thing, is in keeping with the classic series: men in makeup. Nothing more ambitious than that. It's that kind of retro-futuristic vibe that keeps this from feeling like every other Hollywood sci-fi blockbuster.

    The performances are also worth mentioning. Benedict Cumberbatch, in particular, makes for a great villain. If only the quality of the writing were up to snuff.

    April 4th, 2014 · Details
  • Back-Row-Pete (Male)

    ages 14+ | Worth Your Time

    As a Star Trek fan since the original 1960s TV series, I was skeptical of the "rebooted timeline". But the first two have worked for me. I'll give it a thumbs up.

    December 6th, 2013 · Details
  • Stegosaurus (Male)

    ages 14+ |

    Giving it a thumbs up but I found it to be only an average big action blob without any real magic. It didn't really even match up to the previous one, but then I don't particularly care for these new ultra-action-heavy ones as a whole. They destroy too much of the years of built up Star Trek lore, making them look too much like all other effects heavy fare.

    November 30th, 2013 · Details
  • jeremymacey (Male)

    ages 13+ | Worth Your Time

    INTENSE! This shows picks you up from the beginning and doesn't let you go. It is an action packed thrill ride that I believe any level of Star Trek fan would enjoy. It packs some great action sequences, impressive visual effects, and is a fun ride. I thoroughly enjoyed it, and I think most others will too.

    Parent's Content Note: There is some violence and mild profanity. Otherwise PG-13 because it is intense.

    September 26th, 2013 · Details
  • Clearplay clearplay.com

    ages 13+ | Worth Your Time

    Star Trek: Into Darkness is a lot of fun to watch and a must see for Trek fans everywhere. Yes, some of the die hard old timers will be upset by J.J. Abrams interpretation of things, but there's no denying that the characters are engaging, the plot exciting, and the special effects top notch. Even non Trekkies can find somthing to enjoy here, so cue up the... See Full Review

    September 19th, 2013 · Details
  • starvedfool (Male)

    ages 13+ | Worth Your Time

    Really liked it. Solid sequel. The split second of the woman standing there in her underwear was unnecessary but other than that, great character development and a fun movie. Recommend.

    September 18th, 2013 · Details
  • v0rtex (Male)

    ages 13+ | Worth Your Time

    I have been a trekkie for most of my memorable life and I must say I really like the quality and modern cinematics I've seen in both "Star Trek" and this movie. I could watch this movie over and over again. I was very impressed with the way that the special effects were done and how things are portrayed using modern concepts of the future without destroying the ideas of the original series.

    I love action and this movie is full of it. From the very beginning the movie captures your attention and keeps it throughout. While there is plenty of action there is still plenty of character development. I really liked the fact that there were very difficult decisions that had to be made and the way they were handled.

    August 28th, 2013 · Details
  • rbrower (Male)

    ages 13+ | Worth Your Time

    Saw it in 3D. Was a real treat. Although, I went to the bathroom while some important dialogue took place (Jupiter scene). Left me slightly confused as to the motivation behind some of the characters. Looking forward to seeing it again.

    August 19th, 2013 · Details
  • Sharkbait (Female)

    ages 13+ | Worth Your Time

    Great storyline, great action scenes, and great special effects. There is ample fighting and violence, strong language, and one out of place scene of a woman in her underwear. (Actually, the scene is not really out of place, since it shows that Captain Kirk is still cashing in on the opportunity to appreciate the female body.) The actors are really honing in on their ability to portray the characters of the TV show.

    July 15th, 2013 · Details
  • Amy.Lowery (Female)

    ages 16+ | Worth Your Time

    Must see adult movie. Same feel as the first.

    June 17th, 2013 · Details
  • drdanielweir (Male)

    ages 13+ | Worth Your Time

    One of the best movies of all time. 4 stars.

    June 14th, 2013 · Details
  • inkman2000

    ages 13+ | Worth Your Time

    Star Trek Into Darkness will apease both hard core Trekies and may very well create a new generation of Trekies. This film picks up where the last one left off and has no let down what so ever. In fact I think it is better than the last Star Trek. Much needed life has been given to a movie franchise that was all but dead and resurrected it to better than it was when the who movie series started. I do not want to say much about this movie because any comments on content could spoil this one for you. But I went to the Megaplex Theater in West Valley to see it in IMAX 3D and seen it again in the Lehi Megaplex in normal 3D. If you miss out on the IMAX 3D you are really missing out on the best version of this film. It is worth every penny spent to see it in IMAX and 3D. And the West Valley Megaplex has the best and latest technology for this fomat in Utah and most of the United States and it shows. I strongly encourage you to take a trip to the Valley Fair Mall West Valley Megaplex Theater to see this movie.

    June 12th, 2013 · Details
  • ParentsTelevisionCouncil Parents Television Council

    ages 16+ | Not Worth Your Time

    Crammed with explicit language and violence, Into Darkness is too graphic for children, a crushing disappointment to fans, and a waste of time for anyone else... See Full Review

    June 10th, 2013 · Details
  • alexander.fetters.9 (Male)

    ages 13+ | Worth Your Time

    Simply amazing.

    June 9th, 2013 · Details
  • top40gordy (Male)

    ages 9+ | Worth Your Time

    Loved this! I have followed every Star Trek iteration since its beginning. The homage to previous movies and television episodes is breathtaking. Some fans may question the portrayal of Vulcan emotions, or a minor detail about the Spock nerve-pinch vis–à–vis the TOS episode. (Hint: Hyperbaric Chamber) However, J.J. Abrams has done an outstanding job bringing together an ensemble cast, with the chemistry, action, and pathos which has made Star Trek more of a cultural myth, rather than simply a television show or platform for marketing soap on the 1960s! "...And the adventure continues..."

    June 7th, 2013 · Details
  • dflitton (Male)

    ages 13+ | Worth Your Time

    Big thumbs! Entertaining and exciting from start to finish. Character development is extremely good and story is also fantastic.

    June 7th, 2013 · Details
  • b_whatever60 (Female)

    ages 13+ | Worth Your Time

    Excellent! Fast paced and edge of your seat! I'd watch it again and again!

    June 6th, 2013 · Details
  • cindyshaaouni (Female)

    ages 13+ | Worth Your Time

    Adventurous

    June 6th, 2013 · Details
  • MormonMediaReviews (Male)

    ages 13+ | Worth Your Time

    I have always been a Star Wars guy. I have seen all the movies and can tell you all about the characters and planets. The only Star Trek movie I had seen was the one where they have to save the whales, which is why it is was the only one. That all changed in 2009 with J. J. Abrams’s Star Trek reboot. If you missed it, you won’t need to see it to enjoy this film, but it could fill some gaps for you.

    This is a film you are going to want to see in the theaters! But skip on the 3D upcharge. I watched about 20 minutes on a three dimensional screen and it was blurry and poorly rendered. It is a shame because the special effects are amazing! I was so immersed I didn’t once wonder if a scene was CGI or green screen. But what ever effect that makes any light source look like a solar flare really needs to be toned down JJ, just sayin’.

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    June 4th, 2013 · Details
  • linkyarmer (Male)

    ages 12+ | Worth Your Time

    Star Trek Into Darkness takes us back into altered timeline of J.J. Abrams vision of the Star Trek franchise's first Captain, ship and crew.

    The Enterprise picks up with Jame T. Kirk being Kirk as he disobeys a primary objective that costs him his rank and his ship, the Enterprise, but before long he's thrust back into the chair as he and all of earth are faced with a villain that has no sympathy for either the planet or Kirk. As the crew of the Enterprise scramble to deal with an unknown villain, they are forced to make risky decisions in who they can trust and ask for help to save themselves, all of earth and possibly all of the StarFleet Federation.

    This film is incredible in 2D or 3D, and probably even better in IMAX 3D. The visuals inside the Enterprise, outside of it, in space, on other worlds and even on a future earth are stunning, yet believable. The story is easy to follow, but features a great set of complicated characters facing their own struggles, which help or hinder them (and sometimes others) throughout the course of the film.

    The action ranges from the minute close-quartered to the grande-scale and it is a fun experience to watch on both ends of the spectrum and everything that falls in between. If you've bought into J.J. timeline reset, from the first film, you should easily and thoroughly enjoy this sequel.

    June 3rd, 2013 · Details
  • jenny1972 (Female)

    ages 13+ | Worth Your Time

    Awesome!I loved it!

    June 3rd, 2013 · Details
  • randybgunn

    ages 12+ | Worth Your Time

    I'm not a Trekkie and I didn't go back and watch the most recent movie before I saw this. I thought it was a fantastic movie. It easily stands on it's own. The acting is well done and the action will put you on the edge of your seat. One of the things I really enjoyed more than anything and didn't expect was the banter between the characters. The script was great.

    May 31st, 2013 · Details
  • Tyler.Monson (Male)

    ages 13+ | Worth Your Time

    Fantastic movie! I really was blown away at how good it was! There were plenty of nods to previous films (mainly "The Wrath of Khan") to keep Tekkies invested, and so much fantastic action for everyone else!
    For the most part it was pretty clean, there was a bit of language...but it's an oversight in retrospect.
    Go see this movie, you won't regret it!

    May 29th, 2013 · Details
  • flygirl88 (Female)

    ages 16+ | Worth Your Time

    i LUV dis

    May 26th, 2013 · Details
  • Jellybelly (Female)

    ages 16+ | Not Worth Your Time

    Me and my husband both thought thought this was way too violent and intense and totally not uplifting or entertaining in any way. We wished we'd walked out.

    May 25th, 2013 · Details
  • fur0n (Male)

    ages 13+ | Worth Your Time

    You don't even have to know too much about star trek in order to enjoy this movie. The only violent thing I can see in this movie would be all the deaths. There isn't anything after the credits, so you don't need to stick around through then.

    The captains die! con would be a cool guy to have on your team if you were to ever get in any fights, because he could take on an army all by himself.

    May 25th, 2013 · Details
  • About.com kidstvmovies.about.com

    No Maturity Rating | Worth Your Time

    Abrams set the bar high with Star Trek yet he's able to surpass expectations with Star Trek Into Darkness. Entertaining, smartly written, and well-paced, Star Trek Into Darkness is actually a better film overall than 2009's Star Trek... See Full Review

    May 24th, 2013 · Details
  • TheFireWolf (Male)

    Not ok | Not Worth Your Time

    Before this movie I have NEVER booed a film. This movie....has problems but before you get a full fledged brunt of wrath from the issues let's talk about the good in this movie. Benedict Cumberbatch, Simon Pegg, and Chris Pine give excellent top notch performances in this film. The world of this film is fantastic and it looks great. The score serves what's going on in the film.
    With that being said. THIS ISN'T A MOVIE! Yes it was produced to be a film, it was sold as a film, and it is being shown in theaters, but it is not a movie. It is someone's re-imagining of the 1982 The Wrath of Khan, where Kirk had never before met Khan. And it is terrible in that regard. The space fights don't build tension, it's too full of action pieces and we don't really get to know the characters. And Zachary Qunito who plays Spock is only half-decent in the role this time. The naming of planets and locations is very distracting and detracts from the film. And the female "characters" including Uhura don't really showcase anything role model worthy.
    This film is a disappointment, don't waste your money.

    May 22nd, 2013 · Details
  • MichaelMedved (Male) Michael Medved Show

    No Maturity Rating | Not Worth Your Time

    The entire film is an exercise in constant action sequences, some of them very well staged. But Abrames is forced to one up himself with each passing minute. In addition, the actors performances with the exception of the main villain, all feel like celebrity impersonations rather then characterizations... See Full Review

    May 20th, 2013 · Details
  • ClaudiaPuig (Female) USA TODAY

    No Maturity Rating | Worth Your Time

    Avoiding bogging down in exposition or excessively inside jokes, this is a clever, exhilarating action adventure that continues director J.J. Abrams reverent, re-invigorated re-boot of the franchise... See Full Review

    May 20th, 2013 · Details
  • mlewis (Male)

    ages 14+ | Worth Your Time

    Just got finished seeing Star Trek: Into Darkness IMAX 3D. I have to say that compared to the bore fest that was Ironman 3, this movie from the opening scene to the closing credits is a breath of fresh air. I can finally feel that the summer movie season has officially begun. I can forget about the bad taste that Ironman 3 put in my mouth. Star Trek was just what I needed. This movie has what every summer blockbuster should have: Action, suspense, humor, special effects, great acting and a plot. The Star Trek gang is all back as Capt. Kirk tries to avenge the death of a good friend. It's hard to say much about this movie without giving some twists and spoilers away. Especially the twist when it comes to the villain of the movie, who is played brilliantly by Benjamin Cumberbatch (who also does an amazing job in the British TV series "Sherlock"). Most Star Trek fans will know who this villain is but I will suspect there may be many people that see this movie, who are not big Star Trek fans, but because they liked the last movie they will see this one, who won't know anything about this villain (for example, my wife had never heard of him). The IMAX was totally worth it. It's too bad that you can't see this movie in 2D IMAX but the 3D was good but didn't really add to the movie for the most part.

    I give this movie 3.5 stars out of 4.

    Things to watch for with kids: Kirk is in bed with 2 alien women, he also watches a woman change clothes down to her underwear. There's also A LOT of language in the movie. Probably 20+ swear words total. The violence in some scenes could be a little much for the kids.

    May 17th, 2013 · Details
  • Bob (Male)

    ages 13+ | Worth Your Time

    Entertaining, action packed, more action, and did I already mention action? It's also comical, and fun. The humor in this movie is just right and provides for some laughs amongst the action. The reason I've mentioned action five times now is because the movie provides so much of it that it's actually hard to pinpoint which scene is the climax.

    Don't get me wrong. I really enjoyed this film and would recommend it to others. I just personally felt like many of the scenes were competing for attention in the overall film because of so much action (sixth mention now).

    Parents should know that there is a scene that implies Kirk slept with some alien women and one scene with which we see a female changing her clothes and she's in her underwear. Although the context isn't sexual, the underwear she's wearing and the full body shot make it very apparent that Hollywood put that scene it there for attention. Not to justify them, but both scenes described here are very brief and the movie moves on quickly.

    Might I say that Cumberbatch seriously rocked this movie. When you start to get a bit sick of Chris Pine's style, Cumberbatch takes things to a whole new level. He was the star of the show.

    May 17th, 2013 · Details
  • leemortensen (Male)

    ages 12+ | Worth Your Time

    Best Star Trek movie ever.

    May 17th, 2013 · Details
  • smoman (Male) Deseret News Critic

    ages 13+ | Worth Your Time

    WOW! JJ Abrams can do whatever he wants in the Star Trek Universe after his reboot of the franchise and he does with this reboot of the second film in the Star Trek series. Is he going after the whale next? The only bad thing about Abrams taking over the star Wars Film is that he won't have time to do another Star Trek film. Maybe he can alternate between the two franchises.

    May 17th, 2013 · Details
  • DoveFoundation Dove Foundation

    Not ok | Not Worth Your Time

    The movie is entertaining for sure but sadly it features a scene with Kirk and two females in bed, scantily dressed, with implied sex, that plus the excessive language make us unable to award our Dove "Family-Approved" Seal to the movie... See Full Review

    May 16th, 2013 · Details
  • MovieGuide MovieGuide.org

    No Maturity Rating | Worth Your Time

    STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS has some poignant references to previous STAR TREK movies and a redemptive, moral worldview. However, it has several cobbled-together openings and endings. Also, some action scenes lack suspense. Despite some positive references to God, Spock says there are no miracles. There’s also a brief bedroom scene and an excessive number of obscenities. So, MOVIEGUIDE® advises extreme caution for STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS... See Full Review

    May 16th, 2013 · Details
  • ParentPreviews ParentPreviews.com

    No Maturity Rating | Worth Your Time

    Meshing together a mixed bag of plotlines that include Spock and Uhura’s (Zoe Saldana) romance, Kirk and Spock’s bromance and the introduction of a new bad guy who threatens the safety of Earth makes for a complicated plot. But although the film is bloated with the kind of high-tech special effects expected in this fictional, futuristic world, the script maintains a steady pace of action and enough humorous quips to hold most viewers’ attention for the two hour ride... See Full Review

    May 16th, 2013 · Details
  • JohnMulderig (Male) Catholic News Service

    No Maturity Rating | Worth Your Time

    Abrams crafts a snappy adventure on a spectacular scale. And the story -- penned by Alex Kurtzman, Roberto Orci and Damon Lindelof -- carries an ethically respectable thematic cargo... See Full Review

    May 16th, 2013 · Details
  • NellMinow (Female) Movie Mom

    ages 12+ | Worth Your Time

    As in the original series and its sequels, “Star Trek: Into Darkness” takes on moral dilemmas and geopolitical allegories with the same full-on gusto with which the characters engage with the adventures of the universe... See Full Review

    May 16th, 2013 · Details
  • RogerMoore (Male) Movie Nation

    No Maturity Rating | Worth Your Time

    The giddiness of “Star Trek” is gone, but “Star Trek Into Darkness” maintains its love of character and pathos, the other great selling points of this re-booted sci-fi franchise. There’s action in abundance and some production design flourishes that are as eye-popping as any science fiction ever to hit the screen... See Full Review

    May 16th, 2013 · Details
  • OwenGleiberman (Male) Entertainment Weekly

    No Maturity Rating | Worth Your Time

    Into Darkness is a sleek, thrilling epic that's also a triumphantly witty popcorn morality play. It's everything you could want in a Star Trek movie... See Full Review

    May 16th, 2013 · Details

Okfor ages12+