Should I destroy you, Mr. Spock? Or would you give me what I want?

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Is “Star Trek Into Darkness” a Drone Allegory?

“Are you Starfleet or private security?” Lieutenant Commander Scott asks a man—a very big man—who is pointing a phaser at him. “You look like private security.” And “Star Trek Into Darkness” looks like an allegory about drones or civil liberties—or something. But in neither case are the questions posed answered: the big man with the gun is swept out of an airlock before we learn whether he will reveal the twenty-third-century name for Blackwater. (There will be spoilers in this post.) And by the time, close to the end, a falling spaceship slices into some tall, shining skyscrapers, causing the towers to collapse on themselves, the movie’s efforts to make a coherent point about counterterrorism have already done the same.

steamedporkbun:

a very important gifset [x]

srs plot things happening here

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cornbearded:

They think they’re so goddamn funny.

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bonnef:

Bones wasn’t referring to the Enterprise…

1 year ago

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i don’t care what you say, the scene where khan flips out and attacks jim, carol, and admiral marcus is one of the most visually and emotionally intense scenes i’ve ever experienced

they can try to hide it but i’ll always find the booty

feuilledelierre:

It was the most horrifying moment…

(Source: slutneto)

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sherlock-has-got-the-blue-box:

I CoULDn’t STOP LAUGHING ABOUT THIS SCENE FOR 9 MINUTES oMFg

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toldyouwedfit:

my name’s captain james t kirk and you’re watching jackass

[walks into the radioactive core]