>> star trek

My family had extreme female dominance growing up. With four girls plus mom, dad and my brother were severely outnumbered. Thus, movies like Star Trek never made it to our house. I don't even think I knew what it was until high school, and even then I thought it was weird that anyone would ever get into it.

However, Tyler and I have heard fabulous reviews about the new Star Trek movie, and decided (because we had a free movie ticket) to go check it out on Friday night. Everything I have to say about that movie is wonderful! Even the website is really cool.

MY REVIEW: It was action-packed, with a little bit of humor and romance in all the right places! It wasn't really even that nerdy, and the characters were all very likeable. I really enjoyed it, and would definitely see it again. The graphics were good, and I loved the music. I actually sat there wishing we could have played something like that in the Vista Band years ago! (by the way, who knew they recently got back from a trip to Great Britain?! wow.) Overall, I'd recommend it. I think Tyler and I will go see it again when it hits the Dollar Theater in the fall.


The Boring Family said...

My first encounter with Star Wars was on a date--talk about a long 3 hours. I didn't like the guy OR the movie and kept checking the clock. Was it curfew yet??? Maybe we'll give this one a shot when it hits redbox.

Nikki said...

Band in Great Britain - I KNOW RIGHT?? Sometimes I feel like Anderson came to work at Vista just so he could make use of the British/Scottish themes as much as possible, haha. By the way, he wore a kilt at Tattoo. A KILT.

Alie said...

A KILT? oh boy.

Lauren said...

"Star Trek fans outraged new film is exciting, enjoyable"