You are right. It is 2 hrs 2 minutes, according to google. Maybe I am counting the whole time I was at the theater.Hmm. Mine was no more than two hours, and I think less than that. It started (officially) at 1:40, but of course there were half a dozen trailers before it really started, and the credits rolled at 3:45. Was I missing half an hour of footage? (I didn't miss it, if so.)
True. It was pretty good teamwork for a while with everyone pulling their weight and contributing. But you knew it was always going to end with Kirk v Krall in some way.Did anyone else feel like the the theme "There's strength in unity" which was clearly the "deep insight" of the movie was undermined big time by the way that Kirk was so clearly the "First among Equals?"
Well it is a space opera, after all. Let's face it, not only are Einstein's theories roundly ignored, so are Newton's laws. Oh, well. Saw it today (finally) and, overall, enjoyed it a great deal. A couple of minor quibbles at the outset from this septuagenarian fan: The Barco version was not entirely satisfying. I'm someone who traveled to San Francisco in order to watch How The West Was Won in Cinerama in 1962. The lines between the right and the left images on screen were highly annoying. Shortly afterward, Cinerama went to a one film format which alleviated that issue. The new Star Trek Beyond brings it back again. Not only that, the cooling fans attached to the right and left projectors were downright noisy. But since there are only three Cinerama theaters still in existence in the world, I'll not lobby for anything more spectacular.Well, I'd say it requires a great deal of suspension of disbelief, but it was a good romp.
Uhh, yeah, that was a bit much to swallow. Especially after he became a captain and got a ship straight out of the academy.True. It was pretty good teamwork for a while with everyone pulling their weight and contributing. But you knew it was always going to end with Kirk v Krall in some way.
Also, a promotion to vice-admiral 3 years into his first 5 year mission? What the what?!