Yup, they're playing the exact same previews before Star Trek in your area as they are in mine, LOL. I saw Star Trek again today. There's so much to it that I needed to see it again in order to absorb the whole movie.
...and proud member of the anti-sock puppet desolation
Star Trek was awesome. I'm not certain the Man of Steel will compare, but it has potential. Most of the things I've seen written about it seems to suggest it will be too "EMO", but I'm actually hoping to see something more than an awkward nerd that somehow is disguised by a pair of glasses. The idea of a movie where he struggles with identity sounds good to me.
I had a double feature today. Man of Steel followed by Monsters U.
Man of Steel:
Absolutely mesmerizing! I really enjoyed every second of the movie. I was excited the see what they dreamed up for technology of the advanced race. I was very pleased with the growth struggles he had to go through. The final fight scene, you know the last hour of the movie, was everything it should have been. The destruction was intense, but it is what I've always dreamed it should be.
This is perhaps the best Pixar film I have ever seen. As a bonus, it opened with an incredible short film. The short's CGI was so smooth I couldn't tell if was live action or computer generated. Pixar has mastered how to generate CGI water, and I'm betting there will more utilization of the routines in the future. After watching the short film, I was wondering how the bar could be crossed with the feature. Rest assured, the story, the set of characters and the general flow of the movie was spot on. The animation, while in more of a traditional animated film style, was some of the best that has ever been produced. Pixar has redeemed itself after that crap that was called Cars 2.