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Old 06-23-2009, 09:49 PM
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I thought it was James Joyce, back from the grave!
Good thing it wasnt. He wouldnt have been a pretty sight.
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Old 06-28-2009, 03:01 PM
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Brilliant.
Think of pre-Abrams Star Trek as a Christmas tree. For 40 years ornaments have been added.... and added... and added... until it got to the point where it was about to tip over from it's own weight.
Now we have a fresh, strong new tree to decorate.

Now there is no need to say, "You can't do that because it contradicts what was said thirteen minutes and twenty seconds into the 18th episode of the 4th season of The Next Generation."
We now have all the characters that we know and love... but they are not quite the same. With the weight if history lifted from them there is now enough space (pun intended), for them to perhaps grow in an entire new way.

Trekkers of the world.... REJOICE!!! In a flash there are now a thousand and one truly NEW Star Trek stories to be told!!!
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Old 07-01-2009, 06:40 AM
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On a sidenote:


Did anyone notice Star Trek no longer suffers from the pizzabox-syndrome?

Ships move freely now!! No more perfect alignment with our enemies!

Okay, so the fleet all face the same direction, but that's coördination i guess. But the camera moved freely around the ship, showing it upsidedown, downwards, sidewards, anything. I really liked that!
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Old 07-01-2009, 07:44 AM
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On a sidenote:


Did anyone notice Star Trek no longer suffers from the pizzabox-syndrome?

Ships move freely now!! No more perfect alignment with our enemies!

Okay, so the fleet all face the same direction, but that's coördination i guess. But the camera moved freely around the ship, showing it upsidedown, downwards, sidewards, anything. I really liked that!
This is one of the things I loved about the movie.

It really showed space as being 3 dimentional.

That pan from the Bridge viewer/window, and the camera twisting to reveal the Narada, with the upside-down Enterprise saucer above.
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Old 07-01-2009, 09:06 AM
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This is one of the things I loved about the movie.

It really showed space as being 3 dimentional.

That pan from the Bridge viewer/window, and the camera twisting to reveal the Narada, with the upside-down Enterprise saucer above.

Yep, great new shots!
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what references from Star Trek was in the movie
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There's still a subsection on the film's Memory Alpha page that references previous continuity.
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I wonder what the sequel will be like
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Old 07-22-2009, 08:15 AM
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I think when Spock Prime and Kirk went to see Scotty on that snow planet was good

When Bones said to Chekov hold out a minute kid what age are you, seventeen sir oh good he's seventeen
I just loved everything about the whole movie
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Old 07-24-2009, 05:11 AM
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Did you know you can watch it on NovaMov I hope that isn't illegal if you just watch it I liked when Kirk and Spock Prime went to see Scotty do you think Scotty was brilliant
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