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On December 23, 2014, Paramount Pictures announced that the film was to be released on July 8, 2016. On September 17, 2015, Paramount Pictures has pushed back the film's release date to July 22, 2016. See more »
When Kirk and Jaylah appear on the bike they are already traveling at speed. They could have either been transported from outside of the ship to another location, or and more likely, they are leaving the area of the Franklin that was covered by the holographic shields. See more »
I stopped watching this movie after half an hour. This is not Star Trek. Not even close. If you want to make a fun movie about space and lasers and people jumping around like bunnies on LSD just make another Guardians of the galaxy movie. (Wich was a greate movie by the way)
Star Trek is about interesting SF concepts and space phenomena, interstellar politics, social interaction with alien races and now and then a space battle.
This whole new series of parallel universe Star Trek movies is just a cheap ripoff of one of the best franchises ever made. They cannibalized it for fast profit and killed their long term profit.
Even if you would have wanted to bring a bit more action to a new series of Star Trek movies there would have been a more enjoyable way to do this. What people are waiting for decades is the untold story of the Klingon wars. A new series about the Klingon wars would have been the most profitable thing that would have been ever created and all fans would have loved it.
Instead they just made a remake of Captain Kirks Star Trek and killed his character. RIP Captain Kirk and RIP Star Trek franchise.
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