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Old 02-01-2008, 11:53 AM
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IV I loved the optimistic and nostalgic "My friends, we've come home." and "Let's see what she's got!"
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mines star trek 6. im moved by it every time. its a wonderful finale and brings a tear to the eye. it even recognises in the captains log that times have indeed changed when kirk says 'they will continue the voyages we have begun and journey to all the undiscovered countries-boldy going where no man ....where no one has gone before.' very poigninant statement recognising that by now TNG had begun their voages.

now i personally always felt 'where no man has gone before ' always sounded far better and i still do. i know its not politically correct but it sounds so much more of an adventure and more exciting. sorry.
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First Contact.
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VIII or the alternate ending for X
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Yes, I wish they had kept the alternate ending. It would've kept us dreaming.
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I would say Undiscovered Country, and the very last scene with dialogue in Nemesis.

VI served as a wonderful spring-board into the Next Generation, and was a beautiful send-off for the Enterprise-A and her crew. The credits where they all had their own signatures was a nice touch, and it left me with a big smile.

And for Nemesis, the scene of Picard turning in subtle amazement at B4 singing softly to himself, to me, showed that there is hope for the future. For Star Trek, and life itself. Though I had wished the Enterprise-E had gotten a proper ending to their saga. Nemesis in my opinion was good, but not as the end film. But like VI, the penultimate scene left me with another smile, to mirror Picard's.


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I would say Undiscovered Country, and the very last scene with dialogue in Nemesis.

VI served as a wonderful spring-board into the Next Generation, and was a beautiful send-off for the Enterprise-A and her crew. The credits where they all had their own signatures was a nice touch, and it left me with a big smile.

And for Nemesis, the scene of Picard turning in subtle amazement at B4 singing softly to himself, to me, showed that there is hope for the future. For Star Trek, and life itself. Though I had wished the Enterprise-E had gotten a proper ending to their saga. Nemesis in my opinion was good, but not as the end film. But like VI, the penultimate scene left me with another smile, to mirror Picard's.


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The alternative ending would have been better in my opinion

My fav. endings are STI, II, VI and VII, above all maybe VI
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I love the end of IV, when Kirk says "My friends, we've come home".
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The Wrath of Khan finale: Nimoy's final frontier rendition still gives me the chills.

First Contact also awesome I must admit.
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