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so nie adalah sinopsis cerita star trek..
"Two men hot-footing across an alien landscape as if they’ve got Usain Bolt at their heels. Someone yelling “If the volcano erupts, the planet dies!” A desperate plunge off a cliff. Last-second deliverance and then away into the night… Star Trek Into Darkness opens with thrusters on maximum – and then it puts its foot down.
With the origin-story, world-building, slightly tortuous parallel-universe-establishing stuff out of the way, J.J. Abrams embraces the chance to slip the leash in part two of his mission to make Trek viable, vibrant, cool again. Part one, a $385m hit in 2009, blew great clouds of dust off the decades-old franchise.
Still, it wasn’t perfect: despite efforts to widen appeal beyond the sci-fi hardcore, the dialogue often gave into gobbledegook. Then there was the underdeveloped villain, the hurried climax and an odd compulsion to leave Kirk dangling from ledges.
Into Darkness papers over many of the cracks. There’s a whole lot less trans-warp theorising for one thing. A more intriguing baddie than Eric Bana’s raving revenge-seeker for another. True, our new nemesis, John Harrison (a menacing, mystery-cloaked Benedict Cumberbatch) also has payback on his devilish mind, but it’s… complicated.
There are surprises dotted all over the spacescape, so we’ll keep the synopsis vague. Harrison, a former Starfleet high-ranker, does a Very Bad Thing. Kirk (Chris Pine) and the Enterprise crew go gunning for him.
They travel to hostile places, encounter faces new, old and new-old and do an awful lot of running, fighting and bickering. There’s less of the dangling this time out, but cliffhangers abound. The script feels structured around them; we hop from emergency to crisis to catastrophe and back again (and again).
Mostly, this is fantastic fun: a two-hours-plus blockbuster that doesn’t bog down in exposition or sag in the middle. There are reversals and rug-pulls galore, most of them executed with whiplash skill. Trouble is, at a certain point peril-fatigue starts to creep in, putting the story (like the overtaxed Enterprise) at the risk of burning out.
What’s more, this wild, plot-driven ride has a tendency to leave character moments on the back seat. Often, minor figures first time out remain minor figures, some of them left out in the rain until the narrative calls for them to make a reappearance.
Meanwhile, one emotional thunderbolt is undercut by an arguably too-cute wink to the franchise faithful.
Rewardingly, though, this isn’t Star Trek Into Vastness, a sequel that aims bigger but ends up bloated. True, there’s the sense of an expanded universe, and how it might determine the direction of future installments.
On the other hand, most of the drama is confined to the Enterprise, and all the better for it (if it’s expanse you’re after, judicious use of 3D brings added depth to those sleek corridors).
As for darkness, it’s there literally (firefights in the gloomiest corners of the galaxy) and figuratively, Abrams dragging his heroes over sticky ethical terrain (debates over whether to put villains on trial or on the chopping block; a scene where a good guy pummels a bad guy after they’ve surrendered).
But this is no hopeless dystopian vision; not when there’s Simon Pegg (back in a bigger, funnier role as engineer Scotty, complete with a cabbage-headed sidekick) dropping exasperated one-liners, or Karl Urban (medical man Bones) chipping in with colourful metaphors (“You don’t rob a bank when the getaway car has a flat tyre!”).
Shame that a romance teased in the first film only makes minimal progress here, but then it’s always been the Kirk-Spock, captain-first officer, love-hate thing that’s at the fore in Trek.
The prickly, tickly dynamic is alive and well here, a central thread running from get-go to wrap-up. If the cool, commanding Zachary Quinto already had a sure sense of Spock in the first film, it’s Pine who comes into his own here, essaying a more likeable, vulnerable, humble take on Kirk. Although he’s still a bit leery with the ladies.
But man of the match is, of course, Abrams. His aim with Into Darknesswas to mint a standalone adventure, one that welcomed total Trekneophytes at the door. Mission accomplished – there’s buried treasure here for long-term fans, but this is a franchise flick that demands fanboy foreknowledge far less than it does slack jaws and high stamina."
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crik dan mr spook pergi ke dunia klonos...untuk menghentikan letupan gunung berapi...tetapi pada ketika itu...ledakan dah kuat dah crik cuba nak selamat kan mr spook jadi dy arah enterprise naik untuk ambik mr.spook...selepas kejadian itu..crik di naik kan pangkat ker jawatan pertama..dan mr spook di pindah kan ke tempat lain..masa tengah meeting bilik meeting telah di serang oleh john harrison..dan ketua crik telah terkorban pada serangan tersebut...crik ingin mencari john dan dia mengetuai didalam enterprise..selepas dapat menangkap john...bos yang baru telah menjadi pengkhinat dia bersubahan dengan john harrrison..dan berlaku nyer pergaduhan...setelah john dapat mengemudi kapal...dan enterprise dapat di baiki di sebalik enterprise dapat di baiki crik berusaha untuk membetol kan enterprise dan dia telah terkena radiasi yang kuat....dan membawa kematian...mr spook mencari john harrison (pada akhir cerita ia dikenali sebagai khan) dan membalas dendam...dan darah dari khan boleh menghidup kan crik...
ada lagi sebenar yang aku tak cerita...toperdo...dr.marcus...dan banyak lagi..
pada siapa yang minat tengok star trek pergi lah tengok..tak rugi pon...klu nak tengok yang 3D punyer pon okk..tak rasa rugi sangat...banyak action yang melibatkan 3D...rugi pada siapa tak tengok...
best giler 4/5 star....