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Sunday, May 10, 2009

Star Trek Movie in Pirated Versions (Not Again)

Another bad news to the people who enjoys to watch in Pirated DVD versions of Star trek. After recent piracy mishap and premature released of X-Men origins: Wolverine, most cinema are now cautious and more vigilant in security.

Alright, pirated version fans, you can now shout in despair-“this can't be happening!”. People might ask where are all the pirated versions of Star trek. It’s a little frustrating but it won’t be worry. It will be showed in HBO’s, Cable channels and pirated DVD’s but in a year or few years. You got to wait that long, and be left behind with the movie buzz from friends’ conversations.

Star Trek is an inter-dimensional-spacewarp-missile blowing –inter galactic adventure of Capt. Kirk, Mr. Spock and the rest of the space crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise.

The Amazing Star trek movie is directed by renowned movie director, J.J. Abrams & starred by Chris Pine (Capt. Kirk) and Zachary Quinto (Spock).The action packed was actually a franchised movie of the popular 1970’s intergalactic TV series.

The movie was a high grosser in Cinemas (especially in IMAX ) estimated gross on its premier screenings with $72.5 million. It has surpassed income last year’s blockbuster "The Dark Knight" starring Christian Bale & the late, Heath Ledger.

Star trek focus about the USS Enterprise fighting of a space criminal time-travelling, Romulan.Romulan lead by Capt. Nero,seeks retribution and is destroying every planet the Federation has because of his daughter's death along with his planet's destruction.

But before defeating Romulan, they have to teamed up and set aside their differences in order to sustain peace in the galaxy.

Surely people of all ages will be having that out of this world experience (when watched in authorized cinema especially in IMAX).

Star trek ,definitely, is a powerful mind-blowing journey that will take your imagination light years away.

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