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Old July 4 2013, 03:54 AM   #44
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Re: Star Trek Into Darkness review by Steve Burgess

Well I agree with this:

Steve Burgess wrote:
The film also displays an annoying streak of sexism. On the way to a dangerous planetary mission, Uhuru decides to start a relationship squabble with Spock. Oh, those women Starfleet officers! And Kirk, that rascal, welcomes a new female officer on board with a leer that suggests we've all been beamed into the offices of Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce. On the Enterprise, the future is looking pretty retro.

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It's too bad they reverted back to a 1960's way of doing things after boldly creating a fresh take on an old show with the 2009 film, therefore updating it for newer audiences, but this is what they want to do...
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