Star Trek Into DarknessThat was our ride! You just stunned our ride! Oh, great. I have no idea, but they were bowing to it. Kirk to Shuttle One. Locals are out of the kill zone. You are clear.
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It was the last time Nimoy would portray the character of Spock before his death in Filming began in January The film was converted to 3D during its post-production stage. It was followed by Star Trek Beyond in In , Captain James T. Kirk is removed from command of the starship USS Enterprise for violating the Prime Directive after exposing the ship to the primitive inhabitants of the planet Nibiru in order to save them, and Spock, from a cataclysmic volcanic eruption.
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1. Immediate Tension Equals Immediate Interest
You may want to turn back now. Action abounds, the special effects are lavish, and the actors do a great job.
In my opinion, it does almost everything right, and within that rightness screenwriters, and other storytellers, can find at least five takeaway lessons as always, there are major spoilers here :. As long as your characters want something, as long as there is some kind of tension, you can buy yourself time to set up the main story. He, of course, must get command of his ship back—but we know neither when nor how this will happen. This loss also creates tension between Kirk and Spock, and that tension lasts until the next layer of the story is put into place, and that next layer creates an even deeper tension. This layering of tension is accomplished again and again, expertly, throughout the film. One of the reasons the Kirk-Spock relationship works so well is that, at times, they are not really two characters at all, but two sides of the same character. Kirk embodies the emotional side while Spock embodies the logical, and this allows the internal to be externalized through arguments between the two.
Back to the Extras list. Animal sounds. A figure running along a causeway away from a structure, chased by yellow headed figures shouting in alien. A big creature rears up in front of him, and he shoots it with a phaser. Another man shouts at him. You stunned our ride!
Since we presumably rode here on it you'd think I'd know not to shoot it. Maybe we should just explain to the aliens that we're trying to save them from that huge volcano that's about to vomit lava all over everything? No way. The Prime Directive states we can't interfere with a primitive culture. Unless they have something we want.