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The motorcycle featured in the film is referred to as a "Hilts PX70." According to Simon Pegg (who, in addition to starring in the film, was also one of its screenwriters), it is named after Steve McQueen's character in "The Great Escape" (1963). According to Pegg, the filmmakers thought the name would be "a nice irony, in it being used to get into a prison camp rather than get out." See more »
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I'm not sure what people are looking for that gave it such poor reviews. Maybe an old dry character study with out-of-date effects, focused more on people than space substance and action.
This cast has excellent rapport, I can't say anything bad about them at all. They have chemistry and bring so much of what made the original Star Trek great and groundbreaking.
I like action movies. If you're not looking for action then maybe you should go watch a soap opera :) I'm pretty disappointed to see the bad reviews of a good movie. Some people can't enjoy a movie for what it is.
I thought it was great, I rarely post reviews but felt like I had to. No, I'm not gonna write a book explaining the star trek universe or try to "figure it out," I just think the movie was great fun and downvoted all those lengthy book writing people with bad opinions, and I think they were just movie critics who couldn't maybe find the SWEET in ice cream! I've seen every Star Trek anything at least 5 or 6 times, and this rated close to the top. I didn't need some intelligent heady deep movie like some seem to, and I think the characters in the new Star Treks fit perfectly together. Casting is everything and they do extremely well holding to the personalities of the characters we all know and love.
I guess some people try to read too much into a good action movie and that's what this is. Thoroughly enjoyable action and entertainment, best flic I've seen in a long time.
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