History Film / StarTrekIntoDarkness

20th Sep '17 2:25:36 AM ClintEastwood
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* PlotHole: Kirk is put in a cryotube to preserve his brain function while they desperately try to recover Khan so his blood can cure Kirk. Plot hole: they ''first'' had to remove one of Khan's people from the cryotube. Why not use ''that'' person's blood?
** The novelization ended up explaining this -- [=McCoy=] was ''not'' going to risk waking up that guy and go "Oh, hey, does your blood heal all wounds, too?" and risk having ''two'' superhuman psychopaths running around.
16th Aug '17 6:41:35 PM nombretomado
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* NeverTrustATrailer: The trailers do a very good job of hiding the plot while still showing off a lot of the action. You'd never know from the trailer that [[spoiler:the film comes off as ''Film/StarTrekIITheWrathOfKhan'' [[XMeetsY meets]] ''Film/StarTrekVITheUndiscoveredCountry'']]. You also get the impression that the ''Enterprise'' crashes into the San Francisco Bay, when it's actually [[spoiler:the ''Vengeance'' with Khan at the helm]], so much so it had the unintended effect of upsetting fans who feared the film was lining up to be an expy of the Enterprise-destroying ''Film/StarTrekIIITheSearchForSpock''.

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* NeverTrustATrailer: The trailers do a very good job of hiding the plot while still showing off a lot of the action. You'd never know from the trailer that [[spoiler:the film comes off as ''Film/StarTrekIITheWrathOfKhan'' [[XMeetsY [[JustForFun/XMeetsY meets]] ''Film/StarTrekVITheUndiscoveredCountry'']]. You also get the impression that the ''Enterprise'' crashes into the San Francisco Bay, when it's actually [[spoiler:the ''Vengeance'' with Khan at the helm]], so much so it had the unintended effect of upsetting fans who feared the film was lining up to be an expy of the Enterprise-destroying ''Film/StarTrekIIITheSearchForSpock''.
15th Jul '17 8:44:12 PM nombretomado
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* BadassBaritone: BenedictCumberbatch's "John Harrison" delivers {{Badass Boast}}s in a deep, bass voice.

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* BadassBaritone: BenedictCumberbatch's Creator/BenedictCumberbatch's "John Harrison" delivers {{Badass Boast}}s in a deep, bass voice.
20th Jun '17 3:16:51 PM Rebu
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** A model of the ''Vengeance'' appears on Admiral Marcus's desk, alongside several other Federation vessels and early air/spacecraft, near the start of the film.

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** A [[spoiler:A model of the ''Vengeance'' appears on Admiral Marcus's desk, alongside several other Federation vessels and early air/spacecraft, near the start of the film.]]
13th Jun '17 9:29:48 PM nombretomado
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** Although in the case of the original ''Dreadnought'', this was because there was only one major battleship battle during WorldWarOne, while ''Dreadnought'' was in port [[MidSeasonUpgrade in the middle of some refits]]. Most of both nations' battleships were held back in reserve, the idea being not to risk such valuable assets until the enemy had committed his own.

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** Although in the case of the original ''Dreadnought'', this was because there was only one major battleship battle during WorldWarOne, UsefulNotes/WorldWarI, while ''Dreadnought'' was in port [[MidSeasonUpgrade in the middle of some refits]]. Most of both nations' battleships were held back in reserve, the idea being not to risk such valuable assets until the enemy had committed his own.
10th May '17 9:23:01 PM Peteman
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* {{Transhuman}}: Notable because of the franchise's [[TranshumanTreachery attitude towards this subject]] in the past that a heavily-augmented human (although he could be an android?) appears as a member of the ''Enterprise'' crew. [[spoiler:Possibly as a minor counterexample to Khan, since he doesn't have any major significance beyond calling out a couple of lines]].

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* {{Transhuman}}: Notable because of the franchise's [[TranshumanTreachery attitude towards this subject]] in the past that a heavily-augmented human (although he could be an android?) appears as a member of the ''Enterprise'' crew. [[spoiler:Possibly as a minor counterexample to Khan, since he doesn't have any major significance beyond calling out a couple of lines]].
8th May '17 3:03:21 AM Ramidel
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** Spock Prime promised to let Spock walk his own path and not interfere with his destiny. Khan, however, is so terrifying that he breaks this rule and gives Spock all the necessary information he has.
6th May '17 9:52:28 AM charliebiggs
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** Spock agrees to let Harrison have the torpedoes, pointing out that "Vulcans cannot lie." [[spoiler:He neglected to mention that Harrison's crew wouldn't be ''in'' the torpedoes]].

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** Spock agrees to let Harrison have the torpedoes, pointing out that "Vulcans cannot do not lie." [[spoiler:He neglected to mention that never said Harrison's crew wouldn't would be ''in'' the torpedoes]].
3rd May '17 7:02:46 PM charliebiggs
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** Spock agrees to let Harrison have the torpedoes, pointing out that "Vulcans cannot lie". [[spoiler:He didn't say anything about arming the warheads on them, though]].

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** Spock agrees to let Harrison have the torpedoes, pointing out that "Vulcans cannot lie". lie." [[spoiler:He didn't say anything about arming neglected to mention that Harrison's crew wouldn't be ''in'' the warheads on them, though]].torpedoes]].
2nd Apr '17 12:30:48 AM JackG
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* YouCalledMeXItMustBeSerious: After resigning in protest, Scotty uses FirstNameBasis when imploring his captain one last time not to fire off the secret experimental torpedoes being loaded onto the Enterprise.
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