I’ll describe Star Trek Zero in one word, the same word I uttered repeatedly throughout the film: Wow!
Lieutenant Wilcox, USS Reliant, with an unidentified Orion Slave Girl.
Last night at 9:50 we went to Hooksett Cinemagic to see the film in digital iMax (yes, that’s iMax with digital video … quite an experience, as we’d seen with Monsters vs. Aliens a few weeks ago). A bunch of people from church were also there (including, of course, the Dunn family all in costume). However, the iMax was having projector problems. So, we got to see Trek in digital, and have free passes to return to the iMax whenever we like.
Without offering any spoilers, I’ll just say that J.J. Abrams lived up to the storytelling and adventure I expected. There are elements of things we’ve seen before in Star Trek storytelling (indeed, it would be hard to find something that hadn’t been tried over the years), but rarely are they executed with such fine attention to drama, detail, and humor.
4 Replies to “Star Trek XI”
Aren’t Orion Slave Girls supposed to be green?
She’s an African-Orion.
So let me get this straight… By your own admission, your wife is an African slave girl?
I know I’m a tad rusty on my history, but wasn’t that outlawed some time ago???
Okay, I want a cool avatar like you have. What do I have to do???