Star Trek Into Darkness Review: J.J. Abrams Ups the Ante

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Sequels are always meant to raise the stakes on the original and Star Trek Into Darkness scores on that front. Yet, this particular film in this franchise, could easily tread on territory that has already been traveled by the series. Just a little cryptic, no?

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