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WATCH: Star Trek Into Darkness Receives Honest Trailers Treatment

WATCH: Star Trek Into Darkness Gets Honest Trailers Treatment
WATCH: Star Trek Into Darkness Gets Honest Trailers Treatment

Just in time for the digital release of the film on iTunes, the hilarious folks over at Screen Junkies have unveiled a re-cut version of the Star Trek Into Darkness trailer. The five-minute video calls out many popular criticisms of the film — including the portrayal of the female lead characters, the overuse of lens flare, and the numerous references to Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan.

The trailer features animation from How It Should Have Ended (HISHE).

Check out the video after the jump.


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For fans of Star Trek – Star Trek Into Darkness was one of the summer’s biggest let downs. We boldly go and revisit the action-packed tale of lens flare, over-recycled Trek cannon, and frozen torpedo body nonsense.

via Screen Junkies

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