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Vecchio 23-04-13, 18:19   #1
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Predefinito [SPOILER] La trama completa del film

Pere ora ve la passo in inglese, così come l'ho recuperata da un utente qui:

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1408101/...read/213605342


The Klingons are becoming more of a threat to the Federation. They have already invaded two planets and are threatening more. Admiral Marcus thinks Starfleet is too weak and focused on exploration and needs more superior weaponry to protect earth.

Section 31 is involved. They have been scanning the region of space where presumably they tracked the Botany Bay to find the 300 year old augments and use their superior skills and intellect to build up Earth's defences.

They find and revive Khan and use his crew's lives against him to force him to do their dirty work.... But we only find this out as the story progresses

I wasn't really grokking the beginning of the movie at all. Most of it you know...Kirk saves Spock from the volcano, the Nibiru people see, Kirk says, "C'mon, so they saw us. Big deal." Which really makes him, and Starfleet's prime directive training, a big joke. Spock puts all this in his report and Kirk is really angry, calls him "Pointy", feels betrayed. Their early, angry Banter wasn't that stellar. I could see the point they were making but they seemed to be making it in the most clumsy way.

Five minutes before entering Pike's office, Kirk had been skipping along after Spock saying, "Yeah, we're cool. I haven't lost a single man. Pike's gonna give us the five year mission" and the meeting with Pike completely bursts his bubble. When Spock is dismissed from Pike's office and he talks to Kirk alone, he really rips into him, in a different take to the one we saw in the trailers. He's really angry, but you realise that Pike sees Kirk almost as a son and feels he can do much better. Kirk's command is ripped away, they give the Enterprise back to Pike, Spock is assigned to the USS Bradbury. Kirk leaves with his tail between his legs. Greenwood was fantastic in this scene. The movie really started here for me.

There's another fantastic scene between Pike and Kirk the bar. Kirk is completely gutted an Pike tells him he asked for him as first officer aboard the Enterprisr, because he believes in him. Apparently he really had to go to bat with Admiral Marcus for the appointment.

Back in London, we all know Khan's blood saves the dying child and he enlists the father to bomb the Starfleet Data Archive. All the captains and first officers meet at Starfleet headquarters to plan strategy. Marcus reports that it was Harrison, and ex Sect 31 black ops specialist. Kirk is looking at vids from the bombing, and in a very cool extreme Google Earth kind of thing, he zooms in on Harrison. Kirk starts to ask why Harrison would bother to bomb a Data Archive when he knows all th material is n public record and starts to question the real motive, but for once he's unsure of himself and shuts up. Marcus has to wheedle it out of him.

Kirk realises its just a ploy to get everyone together in the one room just as Harrison shows up to blow them all to Kingdom Come. Pike is badly injured, Spock runs to help him while Kirk picks up a gun and starts firing away at Harrison's ship, then throws some sort of piece of metal on the end of a fire hose thing into the ships vent, sending it crashing down, but not before they get a look at each other. As Pike gasps his last Breath, Spock melds with him. Kirk runs over and sees Pike is dead and bursts into tears, literally sobbing uncontrollably with Spock looking on. It's a very Powerful scene. It feels like that is Kirk experiencing the loss of his father.

They find out that Harrison has fled to Kronos, in Klingon space, "The one place we cannot go." But Kirk insists on being allowed to go after him. So they devise a plan to travel to the edge of the Neutral Zone and Marcus organises for Kirk to carry a payload of advanced torpedoes that they have been developing. They beam them all aboard Enterprise, but Scotty won't sign off on the manifest because their shielding means he can't scan them to see what's inside. Therefore he refuses to have them aboard his ship because he doesn't know what danger they present. He also has a philosophical problem with the torpedoes and challenges Kirk. He doesn't like the military op. He wants to know if they are still explorers. Kirk orders him and he refuses, saying Kirk will have to fire him. So he does. Kirk appoints Chekov as Chief engineer and tells him to go get a red shirt. We all squeal. Scotty leaves the ship.

Spock/Uhura are fighting. It's almost like a teenage spat. Spock is seriously having girl trouble. Uhura's mad at him because she thinks he doesn't feel. That he endangers his life without a thought about how it affects him. It's not unlike the accusations Kirk was hurling at Spock earlier. Calling him a traitor and a robot. She's pretty snitty and they have a bit of an argument on the way to Kronos with Kirk reluctantly in the middle. Then Spock suddenly reveals that he does feel. He recounts feeling Pike's death - the pain, the fear, the loneliness. He says he felt a similar thing at the death of Vulcan. He never wants to have to feel like that again. We see Kirk and Uhura both rect, chagrined. They have been unfair on Spock. On a side note, Uhura seems to really like Kirk now. She worries about him a lot. There is also a lot of touching. Everyone is always caressing everyone else. Lots of closeups of hands on arms or shoulders. Fanfic, here we come.

In Engineering, Chekov discovers some weird fault or anomaly with the engines and Kirk instructs him to work on it. He leaves Sulu in command, and Sulu broadcasts to the surface that he has a whole pile of high-powered torpedoes pointing at them. Uhura goes with Kirk and Spock in the shuttle to find Harrison. She speaks Klingon, so this actually makes sense. After a StarWars-esque chase, the Klingons outnumber our galant trio but then Harrison shows up and starts wiping the floor with them all. He then walks up to Kirk and Kirk just lays into him (very neanderthal) and the blows just bounce off Harrison. Then Kirk decides he's not going to kill him, but take him into custody so he can stand trial on behalf of Admiral Pike.

I forgot to mention, a weapons specialist called Carol Wallace has joined the Enterprise to look after the torpedoes. Spock is suspicious and runs her data. Discovers Wallace is her mother's name. She's Marcus' daughter. I am getting a little confused about the scene order, but they decide to beam one of the torpedoes down to some planet to see what's inside. McCoy goes with Carol, but when the torpedo arms and catches McCoys arm in it, he screams at them to beam Carol up to save her, but she bravely stays to try and disarm it, sort of winning their trust. She yanks loose some big component, the outer casing slides open, and of course inside is a cryotube with a frozen body. Back on the ship, Harrison asks Kirk how many torpedoes they have and they tell him, they have a payload of 72. Isn't that how many cryotube turns were aboard the Botany Bay?

Kirk asks Harrison who he is really. He replies that he was a product of genetic engineeriing from 300 years ago and says his name is Khan. He starts to cleverly bait Kirk, saying that Marcus scanned space for their vessel then revived Khan and held his crews' lives over his head, forcing him to work for them, develop superior weaponry etc. He asks, is there nothing you wouldn't do for your crew, Captain? This gets Kirk in his Achilles heel. He obviously has separation issues and doesn't want to lose a single member of his little family. Bones takes some of Khan's blood and injects it into a dead Tribble.

Then Marcus shows up in a huge Dreadnaught-class ship. He tells Kirk that Khan is manipulating him and is surprised that Kirk didn't kill him. Kirk is suspicious of Marcus and won't hand Khan over. Says he's gonna take him back to Earth to stand trial. Marcus targets Enterprise and starts blowing them out of the sky. Kirk pleads for the lives of his crew, offers his life in their place, but Marcus just wants to destroy them. Carol jumps in so her father knows she's aboard, hoping that will stop the slaughter, but he just beams her aboard, then just as the Enterprise is about to be blown away, the Dreadnaught's weapons go offline. Scotty has smuggled himself aboard and is in control of the engineering deck. By communicator, Kirk decides to space jump aross with Khan with Scotty opening the port at his end. In the meantime Spock calls New Vulcan...

Spock Prime appears on the view screen. Young Spock asks if, in his travels, they ever encountered a character called Khan? Spock Prime replies that Spock knows he swore he would never reveal details of their lives, but Khan was the most dangerous foe they ever faced and would kill them all without a thought. Spock asks whether they were able to defeat him and Spock Prime replies, "at great cost".

[continua]
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Vecchio 23-04-13, 18:21   #2
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[seconda parte]

Just as Spock is hearing of Khan's treachery on the Enterprise, Khan escapes from Kirk on the Dreadnaught. To cut a long story short... A big space battle ensues, with Khan demanding that the cryotubes be beamed aboard the Dreadnaught, but Spock is a step ahead of him and Bones has removed the Cryotubes and Spock has armed the torpedoes, so they blow a hole in the Dreadnaught and as Khan plummets towards Earth (did I mention he had pursued them at Warp back to Earth? ) he aims the dying ship at Starfleet Academy to wipe them out. But the Enterprise is also in trouble. The Warp core is offline and the area is irradiated with no way to fix it. So begins the final scenes of TWOK, in reverse, even with most of the same dialogue. Kirk goes into the chamber/giant beer factory, with Scotty screaming after him, gets the core back on line, Spock defeats Khan then gets a frantic message from Scott that he'd better get down there.

It's a lovely death scene, really. Poor Spock/Quinto is inconsolable. There is a lot of crying in this movie. Kirk dies.

Ma non finisce qui...

Early spoilers centred around Noel Clarke's character having a child dying in hospital. The child is brought back from the brink of death by a sample of Khan's blood. McCoy later applies the blood to a recently dead tribble in order to examine its regenerative properties, having witnessed Khan take a flurry of punches from Kirk without a flinch. The tribble comes back to life at a convenient time.

http://www.trekbbs.com/showpost.php?...4&postcount=18
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Vecchio 24-04-13, 19:03   #3
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Anche TrekWeb ci fornisce un riassunto, più sintetico ma con alcuni dettagli in più. E' in parte basato su quanto postato su IMDb, in parte su altre fonti:

Nibiru: Kirk violates Prime Directive by taking the Enterprise into the volcano, and for all the locals to see to save Spock.

London: Harrison offers to cure Starfleet agent's terminally ill daughter, but at a price. Triggers a bomb at the Starfleet Data Archives.

Kirk and Spock at Starfleet headquarters, expect to get 5-year mission, but instead due to their conflicting reports about Nibiru (Kirk lied, Spock told the truth), Kirk is removed from captaincy for Prime Directive violation on Nibiru on orders of Admiral Marcus. Pike re-assumes command of Enterprise. Spock assigned to another ship.

Kirk goes to get drunk, Pike offers emotional support and first officer post on Enterprise. "I believe in you Jim" scene from trailer.

Starfleet brass meeting about London attack. Kirk wonders why Harrison would attack, and seems to have lost some of his confidence as Marcus has to push him to get the full answer. Kirk speculates the attack was a ruse to get the brass together… and surprise, Harrison shows up, shoots up the place wounding Pike and others. Kirk shoots back, Harrison beams out. Spock melds with Pike, Pike dies. Kirk visibly shaken (father/son relationship stressed with Kirk/Pike). Kirk asks Marcus for permission to go after Harrison, who has fled to Qo'nos.

Marcus gives Kirk advanced torpedoes along with a weapons specialist (nee cute blonde lab technician) named Carol Wallace. Scotty won't let the torpedoes on board, because they’re shielded and he cannae scan them. Kirk, blinded by vengeance (ha!), overrides him and promotes Chekov to Chief Engineer (go get a red shirt!). Scotty leaves Enterprise. Enterprise warps to Qo’nos.

Leaving Sulu in command on Enterprise, Kirk and co. go down to Qo’nos, and eventually get cornered by the Klingons. Harrison comes swooping in (literally), and takes all the Klingons out. Kirk tries to engage Harrison in hand-to-hand combat, but Harrison does not react. Meanwhile, McCoy and company try to open one of the torpedoes only to discover it is a cryotube containing a frozen humanoid.

Kirk arrests Harrison, all beam back to Enterprise. Spock does some homework, and discovers Carol Wallace is actually Carol Marcus; Wallace is her mother’s maiden name. Enterprise confronted by USS Vengeance; Admiral Marcus in command. Marcus orders Kirk to hand over Harrision, but Kirk does not trust him. Marcus attacks Enterprise, Kirk offers himself for the lives of his crew, Marcus declines. Carol pleads her father to stop; he beams her aboard. Suddenly, USS Vengeance powers down; Scotty is aboard Engineering and contacts Kirk.

Kirk interrogates Harrison. Harrison reveals he is Khan; Section 31 found the Botany Bay, revived Khan, and kept the remainder of Khan’s crew in stasis as a bargaining chip to get Khan to do as ordered. McCoy takes a blood sample from Khan.

Kirk and Khan spacejump to USS Vengeance from Enterprise, where Scotty lets them onboard. Spock calls Spock Prime on New Vulcan and asks about Khan; Spock Prime cautions that although he promised never to reveal anything about their lives, he can confirm that Khan is dangerous, and subduing him in the prime universe came at “great cost”.

Khan assumes command of Vengeance from Marcus, and demands the torpedoes/cryotubes Kirk has on Enterprise. Meanwhile, McCoy does some testing with Khan’s blood on a dead Tribble.

Warp speed battle ensues back to Earth. Khan decides to ram his dead ship into Starfleet Command; both Vengeance and Enterprise fall from orbit. Very TWOK here: Kirk goes to Enterprise engineering with Scotty to bring the warp core back online (instead of Spock in TWOK), and dies in the process, saving the Enterprise and his crew. In sickbay, McCoy notices that the Tribble has come back to life after the infusion of Khan’s blood, figures it’ll work for Kirk, and Spock beams down to Earth to chase down Khan and get a bigger sample of blood to save Kirk. Spock and Khan battle throughout San Fran and on a flying ship, with Khan continually beating Spock down, but Spock keeps getting back up. Uhura shows up, and stuns Khan over and over until they both have him subdued.

Several weeks later, Kirk awakes in hospital. Flying jets scene from trailers as Kirk, Spock and crew receive their five-year mission.
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Vecchio 26-04-13, 23:36   #4
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Ovviamente non ho letto una sola riga...
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Vecchio 27-04-13, 15:20   #5
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Bravo, intanto io continuo nel monologo e piazzo un altro paio di spoiler taggati:
 SPOILER - Click per visualizzare
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Vecchio 21-05-13, 00:53   #6
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FAQ sul film:

http://io9.com/star-trek-into-darkne...-faq-508927844

Tono sarcastico a parte, aggiungono qualche dettaglio e rendono più chiari alcuni punti confusi.
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Vecchio 27-05-13, 12:16   #7
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Trama e recensione da Ex Astris Scientia:

http://www.ex-astris-scientia.org/ep...rekxi.htm#stid
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