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Old 05-09-2009, 11:58 AM
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Originally Posted by Magnum View Post
I hope Abramsdisaster doesn't make any more Star Trek. Destroying Star Trek once was more than enough.
Your Trek got destroyed. Sorry you took this film so personally.

I encourage you to go make your own film and show J.J. how it's done.

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Old 05-09-2009, 12:18 PM
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Originally Posted by omegaman View Post
If you call what JJ has done a disaster, then JJ I beg of you please...
fire everything!

I concur! I'll even help load the torpedo bays, if necessary.

In response to the OP, why bother remaking previous movies? The whole point of this was so we can have new adventures.
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Old 05-09-2009, 12:29 PM
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Hell JJ fire every darn thing you got and then some. Man to do I want seconds at this table....LoL
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Old 05-09-2009, 12:40 PM
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It's a new Star Trek. It aint gonna happen.
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Old 05-09-2009, 12:50 PM
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Originally Posted by wade8069 View Post
Some people told me the new movie doesn't stack up to the first three movies.

Well, I like the first three movies. I really do. But, as someone in his mid twenties, the pace is too agonizingly slow; it puts me to sleep.

However, the pace of the new movie was fantastic! One big happy roller coaster.

I'd like to think that, someday, there'll be a combined Star Trek I, II & III majorly edited so it has the speed of modern movies. I mean, combine the three films and you still end up with 120 minutes worth of material.

I think it would be awesome.

Do you think it would be too much to ask?
I'd like to see more than a trilogy. What I'd love to see, is for them to think outside the box to carry Trek forward in some way. Surely, any complication to that objective can be worked through, and I believe it should be. After what I saw last night, I have 100% confidence in this group (JJ, crew, "Supreme Court", Paramount, etc.) for Star Trek's future over the long haul. This movie was definitely worth the wait. Bravo!!!
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