Star Trek

Star Trek
Star Trek

Year

2009

Duration

121 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Science Fiction and Fantasy

Language

English

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Synopsis

Faced with the long and complicated history of the many Star Trek TV shows and films, director JJ Abrams decided to rip it all up and start again in this modern reboot. With the help of some strange goings-on in space and time, he tells a new story of how James T Kirk and Spock meet for the first time, and learn to tolerate each other enough to save the universe. Fast-moving, exciting and surprisingly funny, Abrams' gamble turned out to be one of the best blockbuster movies of recent years.

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This film has several uses of moderate bad language and contains moderate violence and threat.

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