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An "in joke" reference is made to Simon Pegg when he is trying to open the bay doors during Kirk and Khan's boarding attempt. The security guard asks Scotty to "show his other hand". It is common knowledge to Star Trek fans that James Doohan never revealed both hands in any of the original series because of the loss of one of his fingers (lost in combat during the D-Day invasion while storming the beach). See more »
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Stab your eyes out, you'll enjoy it more than this.
The acting was good, the cast excellent, and everything looked awesome.
Unfortunately I was born with the ability to hear stuff which meant I was subjected to some of the worst dialogue in cinematic history and probably the worst script since Jaws 4. Who ever wrote this cr*p should be taken out of his house and executed in front of his family (they'd probably be grateful).
The writer obviously got the job by sleeping with the director, nothing else would explain this film being so bad. The beginning made little sense, the middle was barely holding my interest but the last act of the film was without doubt the worst experience of my life (and I was once gang raped by a horde of Middle Earth Orks).
I loved the last one, couldn't wait for this one, won't bother with anymore.
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