now we have a raging vulcan out on a revenge mission, chasing after a superhuman through the streets of san francisco.
also, the emotion in spock’s voice is fucking killing me right now.
What if heaven is a giant movie theater where you can watch fanfiction as movies and your otp is canon and there’s free refills on popcorn
You know… normal girls just daydream about getting married and perfect outfits.
spock didn’t cry like this when his mother died.
or when his planet was destroyed.
he even said at the beginning of the film, that he felt emotions on that day but he has chosen to not feel them since.
kirk is dying, and he is crying and he even tells kirk that he can’t control his feelings at the moment. and once kirk is dead, his emotions have finally boiled over, emotions so strong, emotions he has never felt so strongly before in his life, that he just screams in absolute rage with tears running down his face and i can’t even describe to you how this is effecting my shipper self right now.
also. dufaq jj. y u cut the uhotty hug? huh? imma cut a bitch.
THAT IS A VULCAN KISS.
THROUGH THE GLASS.
AND NO ONE IS TELLING ME OTHERWISE.
SPOCK IS CRYING.
HOW AM I NOT SUPPOSE TO CRY?!
oh god. here comes the tear-jerker scene.
wish me luck.
does anyone else get the feeling that when the enterprise’s systems were failing and spock gave the order for everyone to evacuate, and sulu was all like ‘nah bro we’re staying here with you,’ that there was probably one guy (or a handful of people) who were thinking ‘FUCK THIS. I WANT OUT. WHAT DO YOU MEAN WE’RE STAYING? BULLSHIT. GET ME TO A SHUTTLE NOW.’?
well… that just took a slightly unexpected turn.
starfleet bureaucracy sucks.
that is a hella big ship the admiral’s got.
i mean, i have nothing against benedict or his acting abilities (have you heard the rave reviews he’s been getting for his performance?). i guess… if i was looking at this movie from the perspective of your typical movie fan, who never saw a single thing of trek in my life, i would absolutely love and adore this movie. completely.
but, with the knowledge i have as a trekkie: of the canon universe, of the characters and their traits, of the relationships between people, of the general history of the universe itself and the people who inhabited it, i must say, i’m a little disappointed with the movie.
by the time i get to the end of this film, i’m probably still going to like it and be raving about all the space husband moments and will eventually reblog metas and rants from other disappointed fans on here, but for now, i’m putting on my grump face.
jim kirk asks the hard-hitting questions in style: “why would a starfleet admiral ask a 300 year-old frozen man for help?”
whereas i ask such questions as: “why would abrams try to white-wash and reboot an iconic character, regardless of the actor’s general attractiveness and gorgeous voice, when four years ago they all agreed that they would never be going this route in the first place and had several years to come up with an inventive and well-thought out plot that didn’t rely on rebooting the, generally regarded, best trek movie of all time?”
also, i’m sorry, but what do you mean nurse chapel transferred?
the iconic character of the original series? she’s just another throw-away line?
the first movie we heard mccoy at least call for her! this one, it’s just like, ‘oh her? yeah, she’s gone. oh well.’?
was it really that hard to hire a blonde woman to just, i don’t know, stand in the background and have a ‘hi my name is christine chapel’ badge on?!
i was kind of like hahaha, oooh, they opened the torpedo! i bet there’s gonna be a person inside of it just like ‘hi!’ hahaha oh i’m so funny!
but you guys, there actually IS a person inside of the torpedo! D: