Like its predecessor, ‘Star Trek Into Darkness’ benefits from superb casting and bold, escapist flair.
You would think that the "brain trust" that runs the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum might be able to figure out how to run a movie theatre... but you'd be wrong. After having purchased tickets online and arriving at 4:00 for the 4:30 showing, I was informed that I needed to join the same long line to pick up tickets from the so called "will call" window as everyone else who still needed to purchase tickets. After getting the tickets we then proceeded to go downstairs only to join an an even longer line to enter the theatre. By the time we finally got into the theatre the only possibility for getting four seats together was in the first three rows. Far too close for a regular two hour movie on an IMAX screen. Complete waste of money!