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Given the large vast and rich world of the Star Trek universe I am appalled at the inconsistent and bad writing of Star Trek into the darkness. I wonder if the writers actually read the whole script from front to end before submitting it.
It's like scenes were written just for the visuals and then loosely written and linked together. When the viewer watches the movie it's visually stunning, it's when the viewer stops and thinks that the movie falls apart.
The only thing that makes this movie bearable is the great soundtrack.
As a viewer if you liked the first reboot movie and could wrap your head around the convenient bad writing of that plot you'll probably like this one. But if you're looking for a movie with more substance I recommend watching Star Trek: the wrath of khan.
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