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Old 05-15-2011, 12:51 PM
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Default The New Enterprise...

You know, after all this time...I just still can't adjust to the new design of the ship. I really am disappointed with Ryan Church...I mean if you think about it, the nacelles are just too top heavy and the supports are just way too far back on the ****. I mean, the secondary hull is practically nothing. I don't know, I mean don't get me wrong, some angles of the ship are awesome! But, then again, some other angles just don't do it for me. It's hard to take it seriously. I would have to say that I prefer the Protector from Galaxy Quest over the new design.

But who knows, I mean I haven't even adjusted to Daniel Craig being the new 007...new...wow he's been 007 since 2006...but still! It's hard to adjust and who knows if I ever will. Same goes for the Enterprise design.
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The new Enterprise definitely is not as bad as the Daniel Craig Bond reboot...............that I can absolutely say.

Nothing is as bad as that.
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I think she looks unbalanced in static shots but great in dynamic shots. And while I am too old-fashioned for MTV-speed movies quick cuts, dynamic Enterprise shoots, running through the corridors and so on matches the youth of the characters.
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Maybe I'm strange, but I like the Bond reboot

And I also like the new Enterprise, although I like the TMP era refit more.
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Maybe I'm strange, but I like the Bond reboot

And I also like the new Enterprise, although I like the TMP era refit more.
Right there with ya'.
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The new Enterprise definitely is not as bad as the Daniel Craig Bond reboot...............that I can absolutely say.

Nothing is as bad as that.
Have you seen these?:


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Maybe I'm strange, but I like the Bond reboot

And I also like the new Enterprise, although I like the TMP era refit more.
I agree with you on all counts.
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Have you seen these?:

Yep, and I would absolutely still say Quantum of Solace was considerably worse than any of them.



But then it may have a place on my top worst films I've ever seen period. And I've seen The Expendables. For all that they are not brilliant, I wouldn't place the SW prequels on that list personally.
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I've grown to love the new ship… I also love the bond reboot…
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Maybe there is a correlation between people who like the Bond reboot and people who like the new Enterprise
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Maybe we're a certain age group? I'm coming up to 56 in July.
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