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Old 01-28-2010, 10:53 AM
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Post here what your favourite things you liked about Trek XI and why
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Old 01-28-2010, 11:10 AM
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For me...most of the dialogue was great.
It was fun and movie dynamic.
I think that's why the previews worked so well.
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Old 01-28-2010, 11:13 AM
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the injection Bones gave to Kirk brilliant scene Chris and Karl worked well together wonderful stuff.
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Why does this topic seem so familiar?
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See all the other threads you started about that.
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What's this, about the fixth or sixth time you've asked this same question?

Give it a rest...
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Ok if that's what you want I will stop but there is no need to be at me.
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I liked the gritty, realistic visual effects, including the lens flares. 2nd best thing was Giacchino's original score.
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Things I loved about the movie:

- Characters were really well done.
- The Production Design / Costumed (Yes, that includes the new Enterprise).
- The sense of fun.
- The Sound Design (the TOS beeps, new Engine sounds, Bridge ambiance, Warp Boom).
- The fantastic VFX.
- Michael Giacchino's fun, energetic and catchy score.

Issues:
- Some "interesting" science.
- Engineering (execution, basic idea was good).
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I loved so much about the movie but hands down I loved most the Kelvin scene with George Kirk's selfless sacrifice. It moved me.

I loved the humor, which tends not to be my favorite aspects of a Trek movie or show. It was well done here IMHO.

I loved how the uniforms were both different and the same.

And I loved Giacchino's evocative score.
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