Star Trek Into Darkness

Star Trek Into Darkness
Star Trek Into Darkness




133 minutes


Action and Adventure, Science Fiction and Fantasy



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The Star Trek science-fiction saga has been around since 1966, when it was first broadcast on television. Back then, humans were yet to land on the moon, and the show's futuristic intergalactic adventures captured the imagination of audiences of all ages. The first Star Trek film was produced in 1979, but a new series began with J.J. Abrams's 2009 reboot. You won't need to be a 'Trekkie' to enjoy Into Darkness; the story is easy to pick up as James T. Kirk, Captain of the Starship Enterprise, leads his crew in a deadly battle against the destructive force of Khan.

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Contains moderate violence and threat

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