Wayhomer Review #150: Star Trek Into Darkness IMAX 3D

Zachary Quinto and Chris Pine as Spock and Kirk in Star Trek Into Darkness

Special thanks to all our supporters! It’s Episode #150 for Star Trek Into Darkness, in which our protagonist applauds trailers that obfuscate for the good of mankind, is pleased that the franchise still knows what genre it’s in, and imagines that the world is going Wicked Batch Crazy.
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Special thanks to PhantomV48 for the closing animation.

Previous episode here.

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  • Congrats on reaching #150

    I wonder if anyone will suspect me writing your Wayhomers now, you pretty much had the same movie experience as I did.

    Also, please get some sleep?

  • This was a fun, and somewhat cleverly juggled film, but a very forgettable one too. I guess I can’t really take franchises seriesly, they always feel weightless, even in outer space.

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