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Old 05-07-2009, 03:42 PM
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Just beam into the theatre! Try not to materialize in a cooling tube!
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Old 05-07-2009, 03:50 PM
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Ahhhhh...... !!! 10 more minutes!! The only reason I haven't left yet is because I am waiting for my other half to get home so we can go together. I told her if she was a little late I would NOT wait for her, she can meet me there!!
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Ahhhhhh...... She just pulled intot he driveway!!!. I'm leaving now. See ya!
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Ahhhhh...... !!! 10 more minutes!! The only reason I haven't left yet is because I am waiting for my other half to get home so we can go together. I told her if she was a little late I would NOT wait for her, she can meet me there!!

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I was gonna leave at 9, but I think I'll leave a little early cause my hubby is getting sick of me asking "what time is it?" ! Woo hoo! I haven't been this psyched since Fellowship of the Ring!
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Still have a little under 5 hrs to go!!!!! So excited, so sad for the wife though it's her 30th today......some b-day for her.
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Darn you all! Trek is only playing at ONE THEATER in my area, on ONE SCREEN...and because of a major exam I have to go to the 4:00 PM showing instead of the 1:00 PM (the first showing--no, really). So I have just over 22 hours left....*cries in the corner*
Look at it this way: you have that much longer to enjoy the anticipation for this film. After tomorrow, you'll never be able to experience that again, because you'll have seen it.
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Don't forget the inertial dampeners (or what was it again?)
Funny !!!! I almost hurt myself laughing at that scene.

Well, I am back home and just numb. Huge expectations from all the buzz and the movie just sailed past all of them at warp speed. I realize that I am one insanely happy clam right now and trying to keep things in perspective - but I experienced more entertainment, more concern for the characters, more interest in the story, and more just plain fun and excitement than with any other Trek premier I can remember going back to TMP. I had to resist moist eyes in the final scene, which was played just right for the heartstrings.

I absoluely loved Spock Prime's comment in the hangar bay near the end.

Nothing I didn't like except for lens flare (a little would be fine - it was way overdone) and the background music in Iowa - not my thing but it sort of worked in a strange way so no complaints...
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