Thursday, May 30, 2013

Star Trek Into Darkness Dizzying

non-spoiler review by Wendy Gamble

     From the opening dash through a dazzling crimson forest to the downfall of the destructive but complex foe, Star Trek: Into darkness keeps you suspended in space, oblivious to reality around you.  My two teens next to me didn’t notice I left for five agonising minutes, my spouse thought I was back in two, things were moving so fast.  There’s no doubt it was an action packed extravaganza of special effects and stunning imagery.  The familiar yet freshly mysterious characters were given some room to grow, bringing touching and funny moments.  However, the pacing was off, the plot not ideal, the characterisation good but incomplete.

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I studied microbiology/genetics, then shifted to the more purely creative fields of writing and painting. I’m passionate about my work, currently an ambitious Science Fiction drama, as well as reading, karate, horses, cats, gardening, creative cooking, and my family.