Note : This Star Trek Beyond Review contains some huge spoilers for the movie.
Star Trek Beyond Review – Entertaining, Exciting, Refreshing & Definitely one of best summer’s blockbuster
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Star Trek Franchise now has its another blockbuster Star Trek Beyond after 2009 rebooted Star Trek and Star Trek Into Darkness.
Star Trek Beyond is a refreshing sci-fi movie with a fun feel which is brought to life by classic feel of Star Trek traditions with an engaging script.
2016 Star Trek film follows the events of Star Trek Into Darkness and the movie sets approximately after three years of its predecessor.
Star Trek Beyond begins with Captain James T. Kirk and the crew of USS Enterprise deep into their five years in the space mission. Following a short stay at the newly built Starbase Yorktown, entire USS Enterprise crew called back to help a ship that has crash landed on a planet after trying to fly through a Nebula.
Unfortunately, things went wrong when this rescue mission is interrupted by an assault from Federation enemy named Krall and the attack devasted the USS Enterprise in pieces.
In order to survive on an unknown planet and to stop Krall from constructing a mass destruction weapon that could kill millions, Kirk and the crew teaming up with a local named Jaylah.
Star Trek Beyond movie greatest charm is just how fresh and exciting it is and it gives us a classic Star Trek tradition feel.
Fast & Furious director, Justin Lin succeeds in crafting a Star Trek movie in his own personal style, Beyond features not only mind-bending action sequences but it offers a new look at the USS Enterprise and the entire crew.
Star Trek Beyond is definitely earned the place in 2016s summer’s best blockbusters.
Star Trek Beyond is an Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi, Fantasy Movie directed by Justin Lin & produced by J.J. Abrams and features cast Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, Zoe Saldana, Karl Urban, Simon Pegg, Anton Yelchin and John Cho.