Brikhaus Prime: The 2009 rebooted Star Trek film has held up pretty well over the years. Sure, it has an overabundance of lens flares, but the story, acting, and special effects hold up. Plus, the inclusion of Leonard Nimoy as the original Spock was a clever touch for longtime fans. It’s amazing they waited seven long years to finally make a sequel. Considering how well this did at the box office, one would think Hollywood would try to cash in by making a hurried, cheesy, ill-advised interim film. Oh well, it’s good they didn’t, because Star Trek Beyond is out now, and it keeps the franchise moving ahead full-steam.
*** Interdimensional Rift explodes. ***
Brikhaus Omega: Stop! You’re wrong! There was another film!
Brikhaus Prime: What? Who the hell are you?
Brikhaus Omega: I’m you! From an alternate reality! Our two dimensions are merging, and it could mean the destruction of the entire universe!
Brikhaus Prime: That sounds bad.
Brikhause Omega: It is bad! But not as bad as Star Trek Into Darkness!
Brikhaus Prime: Star Trek Into what?
Brikhaus Omega: Darkness! The second film! The remake of Wrath of Khan!
Brikhaus Prime: *laughs* Why would they remake Wrath of Khan? That’s the most revered film of the entire franchise. That would be an obvious cash-in to just remake the movie that’s the most — oh, I see…