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Tonight I attended the UK premiere of the new Star Trek movie at the Empire Leicester Square in the heart of the West End in London, and what a night it was.
Although there was a wait of over an hour once I took my seat in the theatre and got chatting to a very nice couple sitting behind me, the wait was well worth it as JJ. Abrams and the full cast of the movie came in to introduce the film.
Simon Pegg who plays Scotty in the movie came dressed in a kilt, honouring the Scottish heritage of his character Scotty, and took to the mike and gave a speech to his fellow Brits on how honoured he was to be in the movie.
As for the film itself, WOW, what a film, action from start to finish, this is what so many other Star Trek movies have lacked in the past but this film piles on the action right from the word go.
Despite enjoying this film to the full I do still have some reservations, the story, although good and honours the Star Trek 40 year legacy it does take some liberties, the opening is really well done and I think true Trek Fans will love it, but, and I hope this isn't too much of a spoiler, the time travel aspect of the film can be a little difficult to swallow.
I don't think I'm giving too much away by saying that original Spock Leonard Nimoy make an extended cameo in the film, but after the initial appearance I found his presence a little uncomfortable, and the final scene in the film although fascinating I found a little odd.
That said the new cast a just superb and Abrams has stayed true to the legend while giving non hard core fans enough reasons to go, there are some in joke which the true fans will roll around on the floor at, but they are well placed and are additions to the film and don't drive it.
Let's hope this film can reignite the series and in 4 or 5 films time we can explore the origins of The Next Generation crew.