HBO has released 18 character posters for the upcoming fourth Season featuring the saying Valar Morghulis – All men must die – which started to feature in the final episode of the second season. Naturally I want to give a spoiler warning to people who have not caught up yet since the images naturally give away who is still alive in the fourth Season (and with Game of Thrones you are pretty lucky if you are still around in Season 4 and also who will be less prominent in Season 4):
In recent Hollywood movies there has been a new trend for movie villains. Back in the days it was all about the villain and his hideout. The hero would get trapped and had to find a way to escape. Now the roles have reversed and the villain visits the hero. Now we care less about how the hero gets out but what the villain is actually planning.
When Bendedict Cumberbatch’s character John Harrison yelled “Then I surrender” I prepared for the inevitable evil masterplan to unfold. To my surprise the plan of Star Trek Into Darkness was surprisingly simple. And in retrospective it felt not that super convenient.
Hit the jump to find out what I think happened in the newest Star Trek movie and why it made more sense than Lost despite having the same author.