Today's film is Star Dark Into Darkness, which is a glossy high-tech retelling of the Wrath of Khan and Space Seed, the Star Trek episode. I'm giving it a 6/10.
So as we learned from Star Trek, the timeline changed so new characters and experiences can emerge. Therefore, I was highly disappointed to see a remake of Wrath of Khan. I don't care how high tech it is, or how much cgi they use. I actually got bored in some parts, especially parts that seemed to be all action and no plot (or maybe too much plot).
I also learned that my husband has never seen the original Star Trek series and I plan to rectify that immediately. It's on Netflix instant right now if you want to watch it too. Replacing Ricardo Montalban as Khan is Benedict Cumberbatch, a blond guy with a super deep voice that I can't understand Anything he says. Anything. My husband was so lost watching this film, and I filled him in with details from the two sources (the original movie and episode). A lot of it seems based on the episode more than the first movie. Trust me, if I hadn't seen them, I would have been super lost as well. Honestly, this is the crapola we get from a director that claimed that Star Trek was "too philosophical for me".