Final Fim Critique

Star Trek Analysis
Brayn Bedoya
ENG225: Introduction to Film (GSK1336I)
Instructor: Melanie Rodriguez
October 7, 2013

Star Trek: Into Darkness was one of the most recent films I had the great pleasure of watching. By far, it is one of my most interesting films because it features different aspects of films in order to make the best film possible. Films are not just about the actors or the movie, it is the message behind the movie and the all the hard work it takes to create one. In this paper, I will discuss all aspects of this film and review the critics’ works that reviews the movie.  

Star Trek: Into Darkness, was released in 2013 as the sequel to the first Star Trek movie in 2009. The main characters in the movie are Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, Zoe Saldana. This movie was directed by J.J Abrams, written by Roberto Orci, Alex Kurtzman and Damon Lindelof. I would mention all the personnel needed for the special effects and the other factors needed to produce the movie, but it would be a long list. The movie is the sequel to the first Star Trek, which starts off with Chris Pine who plays Captain Jim Kirk, Captain of the USS Enterprise going on a mission to save an aboriginal tribe from an explosive volcano. Due to recent events, he gets re-assigned as a first officer and is under the command of his former captain and mentor Admiral Pike. The main conflict is that the USS Enterprise is ordered to go into enemy territory to capture a war criminal, John Harrison, for crimes against the humanity for killing all high ranking official of their army which is called Starfleet. After capturing him, Captain Kirk is faced with a split decision on giving him up to the general in command or helping the criminal get what he lost due to the persuasion of John Harrison. Captain Kirk creates a plan to gain access to the enemy ship and disable it from the inside since it much more superior then his. John Harrison agrees to help Captain Kirk, but secretly has...