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Old 03-06-2009, 03:30 PM
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No. Kill Nero in the new timeline and nothing is affected or reset. The only way to reset the timeline is to prevent Nero from actually affecting the timeline in the first place.
Unless its anything thing like Voyager "Year of Hell" when Janeway destroys the time ship everything goes back to normal.
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Its cool makes me more excited to see the film I watched 3 times in a row.
Before I realised what I had done, I had watched this trailer seven times over and over!! It must be a good trailer!!
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Old 03-07-2009, 04:03 AM
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I literally couldn't move for ten minutes after watching it the first time.
It definately felt like epic star trek, not a generic scifi action flick like the last trailers

BEST. TRAILER. EVER.
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Old 03-07-2009, 04:08 AM
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Before I realised what I had done, I had watched this trailer seven times over and over!! It must be a good trailer!!
I've already lost count of how many times I've watched it!
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I've already lost count of how many times I've watched it!
I'm the same now! I only remember seven times before I took a break and started again!
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I've already lost count of how many times I've watched it!
Good! I'm not the only one. Well I didn't really think I was
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Must be 20 times, using a LCD tv (highest HD resolution) half a meter from my eyes
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Old 03-07-2009, 04:28 AM
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Unless its anything thing like Voyager "Year of Hell" when Janeway destroys the time ship everything goes back to normal.
I highly doubt that they would take a cop-out ‘reset button’ for this film like they did over and over on next-gen and Voyager.

This film is the BEGINNING of a new timeline, if it does well we will see J.J. explore where this timeline might lead.

Those people that keep posting over and over ways to ‘reset’ to the ‘old school’ TOS era are not using their brains.

1. Using the reset button would effectively make sequels imposable unless we want to do a ‘time-traveler-of-the-month’ for every future movie.
2. Using the reset button takes away all drama from the story, the events of a good story are supposed to change the characters in some way.
3. Using the reset button spews out meaningless cash cows rather than interesting development of characters.
4. Using the reset button is only (sometimes) effective in episodic television, it ruins films, when films use it, it ALWAYS feels like a cheap cop-out ending. (anyone see NEXT?)
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I highly doubt that they would take a cop-out ‘reset button’ for this film like they did over and over on next-gen and Voyager.

This film is the BEGINNING of a new timeline, if it does well we will see J.J. explore where this timeline might lead.

Those people that keep posting over and over ways to ‘reset’ to the ‘old school’ TOS era are not using their brains.

1. Using the reset button would effectively make sequels imposable unless we want to do a ‘time-traveler-of-the-month’ for every future movie.
2. Using the reset button takes away all drama from the story, the events of a good story are supposed to change the characters in some way.
3. Using the reset button spews out meaningless cash cows rather than interesting development of characters.
4. Using the reset button is only (sometimes) effective in episodic television, it ruins films, when films use it, it ALWAYS feels like a cheap cop-out ending. (anyone see NEXT?)
also, it would confuse the new audience they're trying to attract
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Good! I'm not the only one. Well I didn't really think I was
It's a most excellent trailer!
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