Who’s excited for "Star Trek: Into Darkness"?
If you’re not, you should be. Director J.J. Abrams’ second mission with the U.S.S. Enterprise and her crew is full of action, smart plotting, and enough references to the original canon to make an old-like Trekkie squeal with delight.
The movie opens tonight on IMAX screens, and Thursday in wide release.
For more information, check out The Cricket’s review of the film here.
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