On a rescue mission, the USS Enterprise is attacked by Krall, a warlord sworn against the Federation. Crashed on an uncharted world, the crew must join forces with Jaylah, a rebellious alien warrior, to escape and stop Krall from triggering all-out war.
Star Trek Beyond
From Director Justin Lin and Producer J.J. Abrams comes one of the best-reviewed action movies of the year. Dispatched on a rescue mission to the farthest reaches of space, the USS Enterprise is ambushed by Krall, a ruthless enemy sworn against the Federation. Crash-landing on an uncharted hostile world, Captain Kirk, Spock and the crew are separated with no means of escape. Only Jaylah, a rebellious alien warrior, can help them reunite and find a way off the planet in a race against time to stop Krall’s deadly army from triggering all-out galactic war.
Duration2 h 2 min
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|Xbox||Xbox 360, Xbox One, Xbox One S, Xbox One X|
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289 critic reviews
73,977 user reviews
7/26/2016 by Nico Lang
"Beyond" is undoubtedly messy, like a Starfleet ship that's taken its fair share of beatings, but it is frequently a reminder of how good the series can be when all its engines are in working order.
7/22/2016 by J. R. Jones
This third installment in the millennial Star Trek reboot races along without an idea in its head, often recalling the silly, monster-driven final season of the 60s TV show.
7/22/2016 by Ignatiy Vishnevetsky
The movie bounces along, hurtling its heroes over colliding wreckage and into currents of artificial gravity, pausing just long enough for a punchline or a knowing exchange of looks.
7/22/2016 by Peter Travers
Come to 'Star Trek Beyond' for the pow; stay for the emotional wipeout.
The New Republic
7/22/2016 by Tim Grierson
Lin and his cast's clear affection for the material helps temper the familiarity. The Enterprise's mission was to explore strange new worlds. This movie's is to give us a smooth ride.
7/22/2016 by Anthony Lane
It's not just a blast but, at moments, a thing of beauty, alive to the comic awesomeness of being lost in space.
7/22/2016 by James Berardinelli
Star Trek Beyond is a Star Trek movie, although not an especially good one.
Christian Science Monitor
7/22/2016 by Peter Rainer
The actors work so well together that they reinforce the series' central appeal: This crew is like family.
7/22/2016 by Matt Zoller Seitz
The movie never delivers on its considerable promise because it's always in such a hurry to get to the next action scene.
7/22/2016 by David Sims
It's exactly the kind of fun, steeped in effervescent goodwill that Hollywood should be delivering right now.
7/22/2016 by Adam Graham
Lin's flashy sense of stylized grit is lost in a sea of sci-fi noise as "Beyond" becomes a monotonous blur of space babble and battles.
7/22/2016 by Amy Nicholson
Beyond doesn't have the tactile crash-smash thrill of Vin Diesel gunning a Charger. It's more like that dumb gag in Furious 7 when cars skydive from a plane.
Tribune News Service
7/21/2016 by Katie Walsh
Everything you want a post-modern "Trek" movie to be: funny, poppy, self-referential -- and with Captain Kirk punching bad guys in rubber masks.
Los Angeles Times
7/21/2016 by Kenneth Turan
The fact that the result is serviceable, delivering enough value to be worth a fan's time, is about as good as one could reasonably expect.
Wall Street Journal
7/21/2016 by Joe Morgenstern
"Star Trek Beyond" is better than not-bad. By any earthly standard it's good.
7/21/2016 by Bruce DeMara
Sci-fi fans will surely see beyond any shortcomings and appreciate a film full of visual dazzle, action and suspense.
San Diego Reader
7/21/2016 by Matthew Lickona
Justin Lin has taken over the helm from J.J. Abrams, but he's not about to change course, at least as far as reusing old material goes.
7/21/2016 by Steven Rea
There is plenty in Star Trek Beyond for diehard Trekkers to enjoy, and director Justin Lin guns the action sequences - even if that motocross machine that Kirk is ostensibly riding looks totally fake and video-game-ish.
7/21/2016 by Brian Lowry
Granted, with all the galaxies at its disposal, and yet another TV series in dry dock, one might hope for a Star Trek movie with a bit more narrative heft. But in terms of delivering solid entertainment for its devoted base? Mission accomplished.
7/21/2016 by Soren Andersen
The pattern for these pictures has been set for decades, and this latest entry in the series breaks little new ground.
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