You get taken on an absolutely thrilling ride by J.J. Abrams and co. in this film.
It takes the problems of the last film and corrects them...you still have lens flare, but it's not as obvious, well, not to me, and seems confined to just space/enterprise scenes which makes sense to me.
The story isn't something new, but the execution of it makes you forget it all and it's one glorious ride, where you see the cast give spectacular performances…
I can't really put into words just how good this film was.
It was bold, inventive and it really got to the heart of what punk meant to people and what it should be about.
The "Teenage Kicks" sequence where it first gets played on the radio is one of the best moments I've seen in a film in a long time, it was a moment of pure joy that made me tear up.
The film is easily going to…
Before I say anything about this film, I have to say just one thing: I can never hate Bruce Willis in anything. He's one of my favourite actors of all time and I always enjoy him in any film, even if everything else is awful (see Cold Light Of Day).
Now onto the film...well, it's more Expendables than Die Hard...but I loved both Expendables films, so it's not a problem for me.
And that's the best way for me to…