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Old 05-18-2009, 08:12 AM
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Default What scenes would you have liked to have seen that wasn't in the film

I would have liked to see the attack by the Narada on the starfleet ships before the Enterprise arrived.

I also would have liked to have seen the Narada battle with the 47 Klingon ships.
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I also would have liked to have seen the Narada battle with the 47 Klingon ships.
Indeed. I wanted to see the new Klingon warbirds get a bit more screentime than they got with just the Kobyashi Maru scene.
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Old 05-18-2009, 08:18 AM
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Yup I second both of you.

3) I would have also liked to see the Narada's arrival at Vulcan, and if there were actually any defense platforms around the planet.
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Anything that develops Nero as a character...seriously...anything...like him on the Klingon Prison planet...that was in the trailer but not in the film.
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The "dream sequence" ending, where Kirk(Shatner) wakes up, shakes his head, and goes
"Whoa....NO MORE ROMULAN ALE...ever!"
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Old 05-18-2009, 11:44 AM
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The "dream sequence" ending, where Kirk(Shatner) wakes up, shakes his head, and goes
"Whoa....NO MORE ROMULAN ALE...ever!"
Literally laughs out loud
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Gary Mitchell taking a poisson dart to save Kirk from the poisson dart throwing creatures.
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Old 05-18-2009, 11:47 AM
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The scene where Jonathan Archer swears on his deathbed that because of Nero he now misses the launch of NCC-1701 by more than a decade!
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Two things i felt very strongly about and felt i wanted to see in this film was......
1) the scene where young kirk pulls up on his bike looking at the Enterprise was way too short and felt this should have been in more detail and elongated. I would like to have had more close ups of the construction, builders at work etc.

2) the biggest scene of all should have featured the USS Enterprise being launched into space for the first time - taking off from its ship building yard. If this was done and done properly it would have been one of the greatest Trek moments ever and quite possibly one of the best of any Sci fi movie. a big opportunity missed there i recon. It need have only lasted several minutes at most. pity

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2) the biggest scene of all should have featured the USS Enterprise being launched into space for the first time - taking off from its ship building yard. If this was done and done properly it would have been one of the greatest Trek moments ever and quite possibly one of the best of any Sci fi movie. a big opportunity missed there i recon. It need have only lasted several minutes at most. pity

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Then they would have had to deal with the problem of how to get it off the ground.
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