Unfortunately, I'm not going to go see Star Trek Into Darkness because I haven't seen Star Trek (2009).
These are the only things about these movies:
1. The Star Trek movies are a reboot of the original 1979 series of movies staring William Shatner from Over The Hedge and Leonard Nimoy from Transformers 3 Dark of the Moon. It was also a T.V. show.
2. J. J. Abrams, the director of Star Trek and Star Trek Into Darkness will be directing Star Wars Episode VII.
3. Star Trek and Star Trek Into Darkness were written by Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman, the writers of Transformers (2007), Transformers 2 Revenge of the Fallen, the upcoming Ender's Game and The Amazing Spider-Man 2.
4. Transformers 3 Dark of the Moon also has 4 Star Trek references because screenwriter Ehren Kruger, the writer of Transformers 2 and Transformers 3 is big Star Trek geek, but also as a nod to the fact that Sentinel Prime is voiced by Leonard Nimoy, who played Spock on Star Trek.
The first Star Trek reference is when refugee robots Brains and Wheelie, who live in Sam and Carly's apartment complex, are watching an episode of Star Trek and Wheelie the Autobot says: "I've seen this one. It's the one where Spock goes nuts."
The second reference is when Sam meets his girlfriend, Carly Spencer at work, and is being introduced to Carly's boss, Dylan Gould, Sam likes their workplace and says: "It's a beautiful building you guys have. Like the Starship Enterprise in here.
The third reference is when Bumblebee says goodbye to Sam at Cape Canaveral: the words "my friend" are sampled from Spock "You are...my friend. I am and always shall be yours.".
The fourth and final reference is when Sentinel Prime activates the Control Pillar, quoting Spock "The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few".
5. In the movie Daddy Day Care, Steve Zahn's character of Marvin is also a big Star Trek geek.
6. In the movie Ice Age, the Baby human does a vulcan salute when he walks past a UFO in an ice cave.
I just wanted to let you know that my 18th birthday was awesome. I got Home Alone 2 Lost in New York, The Perks of Being a Wallflower, Wreck It Ralph all on DVD, a webcam, a smart cellphone for future Call-In Shows, some clothes, $188 and an Oscar.
I also went to see Oz The Great And Powerful and I thought it was an excellent and jubilant prequel to The Wizard of Oz that's filled with a lot of fun, charm, drama and heart. I give Oz The Great And Powerful 5 out of 5 stars and I hope you enjoy Oz The Great And Powerful.