So I just finished watching Star Trek into Darkness. And despite what everyone else seems thinks, I really liked it. Yes it wasn't AS good as the original Abrams Star Trek. But it was still really good. And I think the reason why I liked it is two reasons. One. The instant they established that. Reason I say that is one of my reasons is because people seem to bitch about the ending. And to be honest it is a much better way to bring someone back as opposed to how the originally brought back Spock. Secondly. Because I never cared for Wrath of Kahn. Which is the Holy Grail of the Star Trek movies, for most anyway. I always thought, and still do, think Kahn is a crappy character. Even in this one. I didn't care for the character. I liked the fact that the real bad guy wasSpoilerKahn's blood had high regenerative properties by injecting it into the tribble, I knew that is how they were going to save Kirk.SpoilerStar Fleet
But there is something I would like to know from those who have seen this movie. Did you like it? And if so, did Wrath of Kahn have an impact on that like or dislike?