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The new Star Trek movie isn’t a terrible film. Star Trek Into Darkness has some bravura action scenes, and some brilliant comic bits. But it’s also aggressively, tragically stupid. It’s not even a great popcorn film, because it fails to deliver on its own promises. And it’s not half as good as J.J. Abrams’ first Star Trek.
One of the true joys of the movie-watching experience is having your expectations blown away. This applies to all forms of entertainment, but films are perhaps the best possible example. Because how many times have you seen a trailer and expected something to be God awful, only to be pleasantly surprised by the actual product in the end? It’s happened to all of us, countless times.
It’s been 15 years since Pixar Animation Studios ushered in the age of the CGI movie with Toy Story, a candid look at the secret lives of toys. Are we too old for one last trip inside the toy box?