indifferent to sorrow

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maybe I’ve let go
indifferent to sorrow
unconcerned by pain

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We had free admission tickets and used them for the first showing of Star Trek Into Darkness. Yes, I saw it again. 😉

My thoughts, take 3, of Star Trek Into Darkness… Although I understand some of the critical observations of the movie (from die hard fans and others alike), I am still utterly attached to the movie on par with the 2009 one. I take this “alternate” timeline as just another version of the Star Trek universe, independent of the previous films and tv shows previous. I have worked it (in my head) to consider this reality as a kind of parallel universe to the “prime” timeline. So there it goes. I hope they do another movie and I hope we see even more parallels and divergence from the original series… One of the aspects of this latest movie that I really enjoyed and embraced was the theme of relationships. Pike and Kirk. Kirk and Spock. Spock and Uhura. The mentor and his protege. The friends. The lovers. Kirk makes a lot of noise of being friends with Spock but says little of his regard for Pike. Still, you can see how much Pike means to Kirk in a couple of key moments. I loved also the peeks into the relationship between Spock and Uhura, which definitely shows Spock’s human side… And once more on the music. From the beginning, I was drawn right back into the world of Star Trek by the music. The score by Michael Giacchino is so haunting and powerful and melancholy and rousing…

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When we came out of the mall, it was raining. It felt nice though because it wasn’t cold. We did a bit of shopping (sales are awesome!), had lunch at Arby’s, then came home and watched our blu-ray of the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode “The Best of Both Worlds.” So yeah, a Star Trek day for me. LOL (And should I add that at the moment I’m listening to the Star Trek Into Darkness score? So I’m a little addicted or something, so what!)

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