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In the previous "Star Trek" installment, Spock cried.The film finds a bored Enterprise finishing up a five-year tour in deep space.The last two beefed-up "Star Trek" movies, as if overcompensating for decades of Trekkie nerd-dom, threatened to make the once-brainy "Star Trek" less distinct from other megasized sci-fi adventures – just another clothesline of CGI set pieces strung together.The heart of the film, though, like the previous two, is the bromance between Kirk and Zachary Quinto's Spock. They're Felix and Oscar in outer space, and still the highlight of this batch of "Star Trek" films. It's only late in the film that the alien mask is pulled away revealing the actor underneath Krall: Idris Elba. Then again, had Elba been an unadorned baddie all along, the Enterprise might really have finally met its match.
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