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(218812) 7.1 122 min 2016

Star Trek Beyond is a movie starring Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, and Karl Urban. The crew of the USS Enterprise explores the furthest reaches of uncharted space, where they encounter a new ruthless enemy, who puts them, and...

Zoe Saldana, Zachary Quinto, Chris Pine, Karl Urban
Action, Thriller, Sci-Fi, Adventure
Justin Lin

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Action, Thriller, Sci-Fi, Adventure
Director Justin Lin
Writer Roberto Orci, Patrick McKay, Doug Jung, John D. Payne, Gene Roddenberry, Simon Pegg
Stars Zoe Saldana, Zachary Quinto, Chris Pine, Karl Urban
Country United Arab Emirates, USA, China, Canada
Also Known As Star Trek 3, Star Trek: Más allá, Zvezdne steze: onkraj, Star Trek: Sin Límites, スター・トレック BEYOND, Star Trek: Além do Universo, Star Trek: Into Oblivion, Star Trek sin límites, Zvaigžņu ceļš: Bezgalība, Star Trek Sonsuzluk, Star Trek: Izvan granica, StarTrek: el ha'einsof, Washington, Star Trek tundmatusse, Zvjezdane staze: S one strane, Star Trek: Không Gioi Han, 星際爭霸戰:浩瀚無垠, Star Trek: Sin límites, Star Trek Sin Límites, Star Trek: W nieznane, Star Trek: Beyond, Star Trek: Sans limites, Star Trek: Do neznáma, Star Trek: Mindenen túl, Zvaigzdziu kelias i begalybe, Star Trek: Sem Fronteiras, Star Trek dincolo, Star Trek au-delà, Star Trek. Dincolo de infinit!
Runtime 2H 2M
Description After stopping off at Starbase Yorktown, a remote outpost on the fringes of Federation space, the USS Enterprise, halfway into their five-year mission, is destroyed by an unstoppable wave of unknown aliens. With the crew stranded on an unknown planet and with no apparent means of rescue, they find themselves fighting against a ruthless enemy with a well-earned hatred of the Federation and everything it stands for. Only a rebellious alien warrior can help them reunite and leave the planet to stop this deadly menace from beginning a possible galactic war.

Top reviews

Friday, 03 Jul 2020 16:56

It's hard to imagine that the first movie of this new reboot of the Star Trek universe could have been any better than this movie, but they've accomplished it. It's fun, smart, and completely made for the modern audience, which is to say, it's good enough for the latest generation. And it's good enough to satisfy those who like old Trek and a good story. I'll keep this review simple and spare you all the spoilers. This movie begins with a very ambitious scene where Kirk and Spock are playing chess with a younger version of Spock, and they play against each other. It's a great scene, and it's a sign that the story is going somewhere. After that, the movie slowly picks up. It's an exciting story. And it's only going to get better. I love this movie, and I'll continue to love it. I don't have a problem with a film that has to repeat itself, and for me that's part of the genius of the Trek universe. They all work. The special effects are great. And the score is great. It has that blend of Star Trek that made the original series great, and that mix of music and action that made the series great. That's part of why I love this movie. It's the return of Kirk to his roots. I also liked the characters. They're all well-written and interesting. And I think they were very well-cast. I'm not surprised they did so well with their roles, but it's worth noting. The problem with all Trek films is that they all have the same plot. The plot is fine, it's what makes the movie good, but it's also the problem. When a movie has the same plot and it's good, it's a great movie. When it has the same plot and it's a lousy movie, it's a bad movie. Now, I don't think that there's a plot in this film. I think there's a bunch of events that have to happen, but they don't have to connect to each other. And they don't need to connect to each other. This is a great movie. It has a great story, and it's a great movie. I'd recommend it to anyone, and I'm sure everyone who saw it will love it.
Sunday, 21 Jun 2020 04:37

I think that JJ Abrams has got this series right, he seems to have managed to mix all the threads of the movies into one big and cohesive whole. He has managed to pull off a good, solid story, while being able to introduce new characters and new, darker situations. The story is of course about Captain Kirk and his journey to the Nexus, and the aftermath of the war. The first two films were very good and enjoyable, but I think the last one was a bit too action-packed, and took a bit too long to get to the point. However, I think the new one has really made up for this. This is a highly action-packed movie, full of great action and great special effects, with some very interesting characters, a great villain, and a good sense of humor. The story is quite interesting, and takes us to a new setting in the Federation, and shows us how this group of people became a huge power in the galaxy. It also takes us to a new world, and shows us a new, deeper perspective on the Federation, and how it can be a reflection of the human condition. It does show us what we've known about the Federation, and how it has gone from a small group of individuals in a small, empty space, to a group of hundreds of individuals, with technology that could mean the difference between life and death. It also shows us the federation's beginnings, and how the Federation came to be, and how they actually started to rule the galaxy, and how the war with the Klingons started. It also shows us how the Federation has grown into a superpower, with great weaponry, and what it can do, and why it's there. The acting is fantastic, the plot is excellent, and it has a great sense of humor, something that the series has sorely lacked. It is definitely one of the best Star Trek movies, and shows us a different perspective on the characters, and how they changed over time. The special effects are amazing, the action is fantastic, and the humor is great. This is one of the best Star Trek movies, and it makes the series even better. I would recommend this to anyone, and it is definitely a must see for all fans of the series, and the film, in general. 9/10
Saturday, 06 Jun 2020 07:20

This is my second review for Star Trek Beyond, and I am very pleased to say that this is my favorite Star Trek film. It has everything that you would expect from a Star Trek film: action, adventure, comedy, and of course a great plot. It also had a few things that made it better than the original Star Trek films. I thought that this was the best film that the Trekkies could have made. It was fun, action packed, and exciting. I felt that it was better than the original Star Trek films, and I would like to see the film that people haven't seen yet. There was only one thing that bothered me about this film, and that was the subplot that the Enterprise encounters on an uncharted planet. I thought that it was a little confusing. Also, they didn't explain why the Enterprise had to land on the planet. It seemed to me that there was some bad communication with the Enterprise and that was why they needed to land on the planet. The other thing that I didn't like was that the Enterprise was able to save Kirk's life, but when the Enterprise found out that the villain was a Vulcan, they never did that. I thought that that was stupid. In my opinion, the plot was a little bit confusing, but it did not detract from the film. I also didn't like that they never went back to see the last film, but they had to go back to see this one. The villain was a bit different than I thought that he was going to be, but it worked out in the end. Overall, I thought that this was a great film, and I would highly recommend it to anyone. I give this film an A+.
Tuesday, 02 Jun 2020 14:56

I will start with the fact that this film did not have a lot of action sequences. But that does not mean it was boring. The action scenes were fluid, and the screenplay was engaging, full of suspense and tension. The pace was slow at first, but as the film progressed, the scenes became more fast paced and I was able to enjoy the film as a result. However, the film was not perfect. The writing was inconsistent. I felt that some of the scenes were confusing, especially when the film opened with Spock and Kirk's first meeting. The writers did not explain why Spock's character was affected by aphasia, as well as why aphasia does not affect Kirk. I am not familiar with aphasia, but I know that it is a neurological condition that often leads to people not being able to remember certain things. The writers also failed to explain how Spock's phaser-armed Vulcan mind was able to attack Kirk, but it was also confusing. For example, when Kirk fired his phaser, the phaser was not in the hand of Kirk. The writers also failed to explain how the phaser and its recharge was only able to be used in the Klingon and Vulcan mind, respectively. It also did not explain why Kirk thought that the Vulcan mind was so powerful. In addition, the writers did not explain how the regeneration process could heal Kirk from his aphasia. Also, the writer did not explain how Spock could get into Kirk's mind and get his weapon. The acting in this film was better than in the previous films. Zachary Quinto was excellent as Spock, and Jessica Chastain was good as Uhura. I was not impressed with Karl Urban, but that is probably because I do not like him as an actor. On the other hand, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost did a great job. The action sequences were spectacular, and the actors did an excellent job in their respective roles. I would not call this film a great film, but I would say that it is a great film. The last part of the film does not live up to the others. The ending is abrupt and anticlimactic. The writers could have added a lot more action, as well as an ending that makes sense. Overall, this film was a great film. The writing and acting were superb. The action sequences were spectacular, and the actors were great. The film was a great film, and I would recommend it to fans of the franchise. 9/10.

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