|Star Trek: The Review
||[May. 25th, 2009|10:07 pm]
Infinite Diversity in Infinite Combinations
I went to see the movie again last night.|
I am still full of squee, though now I am finally capable of writing a critical review of a movie that was both very awesome and very problematic.
I'm putting the whole thing behind a cut, because I'm going to intertwining scenes from the movie and history of TOS and some of the other Star Trek shows.
Enjoy the spoilers.
( Star Trek: RebootedCollapse )
To conclude, I'd like to refer you to this lovely post by liviapenn.
Maybe one day, soon, we'll see stuff like this on teevee and the movies and it won't be "special", simply "variety".
IDIC as the pointy eared green blooded devils say... sorta.
(1) One of the things I love about Doctor Who and Torchwood as well, just by the way.
(2) Interestingly there was no moral judgement per say about the sexual promiscuity of Gaila the Orion Girl, only Kirk's bruised ego, which was refreshing. Uhura was more irritated with having her dormitory taken over by Gaila's sexcapades than the sexcapades themselves.
(3)Romantic Comedy - beginning with dislike, turning to affection.