The best Trek.
The closest one to the ideal of the original series to explore new worlds and seek out new planets and new civilisations.
It’s an adventure exploration film, not an action one.
The most cinematic.
Goldsmith’s score is one of the ten best ever. Hearing Horner’s for II after this is like listening to a one-man band busker in a park.
Everything you say makes sense on paper, but I think when you put it all together, it kinda falls apart.
I’m Will Decker, and I approve of this commentary. Though I may offer my own commentary on the doings in your lives in return someday.
James Horner also writes good music, Titanic aside.
Thanks, Will. We look forward to your commentary on us. Be sure to post a link.
James Horner does write good music. It’s so good, in fact, that he’s written the same thing over and over again for the past 25 years. But come on, he’s no Goldsmith.