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Old 02-25-2008, 08:15 PM
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Lets face it. You have had a story for a Trek movie bouncing around inside your head for years.
How about sharing a quick synopsis of your trek movie
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Old 02-25-2008, 09:11 PM
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I call it Star Trek Destiny

Star Fleet commisions a new ship for an all new mission. The Federation's best will leave home for farther stars. An epic journey and a crew of sojourners will cross the deep expanse to Andromeda to meet their destiny.

As Captain Ahnis from the Bajoran highlands and her First Officer Saavas from her arid home of Vulcan must find the ballance between logic and faith to suceed in subduing the awesome power of the Kelvans....

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Old 02-25-2008, 09:23 PM
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Star Trek: Consequences

The movie would take place during the Romulan War.

The film would start at the end, with various crew members telling their stories of the war. We would get to see the the war through the eyes of certain Starfleet Crew members, and see how the war impacted them and their future way of life.

And of course it would have to have a couple madly in love, and sadly one of them will have lost their life during a battle, making the surviving loved one left all alone to raise their new baby of only 1 month.
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Old 02-26-2008, 12:07 AM
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Star Trek: Consequences

The movie would take place during the Romulan War.

The film would start at the end, with various crew members telling their stories of the war. We would get to see the the war through the eyes of certain Starfleet Crew members, and see how the war impacted them and their future way of life.

And of course it would have to have a couple madly in love, and sadly one of them will have lost their life during a battle, making the surviving loved one left all alone to raise their new baby of only 1 month.
If done like a real war movie that could be great.
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Old 02-26-2008, 04:36 PM
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Star Trek: Endeavor
A new crew, a new ship, setting out on their first voyage to the unknown, and they encounter a new foe that may challenge the new found peace in the Alpha and Beta Quadrants. The crew commands a newer class of ship and has a fresh crew for a fresh start that would lead well into a series.
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Old 02-26-2008, 08:42 PM
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Star Trek: Dominion Wars
Tie in TNG, VOY, & DS9 and do the Dominion war movie that everybody has been talking about. Have a huge space fight with all the appropriate ships. Or they can go further into the future past the TNG era and start fresh with a new crew. There are so many possiblities.
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Old 02-27-2008, 12:27 AM
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STAR TREK: RENAISSANCE

VOICEOVER: "Two-thousand years ago, on the planet Vulcan, a great evil sorcerer named SETI took control of the planet, enslaving the Vulcan people. He and his followers, calling themselves the "Children of Romulus", A.K.A 'Romulans' rejected the teachings of Surak, and allowed pure passion to dictate their actions. As hope for peace began to diminish, the last of the Vulcan priests banished the Romulans from their homeworld, never to return, and waged war against Seti upon the great fire-plains. At last they sealed away Seti in the core of the planet. However, even as all Vulcan rejoiced, Surak prophesied that after two-thousand years, Seti would return to re-conquer Vulcan. And when that day comes, he said, only a non-vulcan man who has a perfect balance of logic and passion will be able to overthrow him forever...

Two thousand years have passed..."

This film would explain why the Vulcan's are purely logical and emotionless, and it would explain the origin of the Romulans, as well as what the poem "Clash on the Fire-Plains" was really about. Set around 6 years after
STAR TREK: NEMESIS, Captain Picard and the crew of the ENTERPRISE are summoned to Planet Vulcan by Ambassador Spock, who had returned to Vulcan following his stay on Romulus, just in time to witness the return of the Evil Sorcerer Seti, who emerges through the eruption of Mount Selaya, which was actually a dormant volcano all these years. He takes over the Vulcan temple, naming it his palace, and Spock realizes the time has come which was prophesied by Surak. He also realizes that the non-Vulcan man with a perfect balance of logic and emotion is actually Picard. With the Enterprise providing cover from the renegade Vulcan starships, Spock and Picard join forces to take down Seti. In the end, the Enterprise is shot down into Vulcan's atmosphere, where it crashes into the volcano. However, Riker arrives with the USS Titan, and beams the crew to safety, while Spock and Picard finally manage to overthrow Seti, who ironically falls into the volcano from which he had emerged so victoriously earlier.

At the end, as the Vulcan people celebrate, Picard speaks with Spock one last time. Spock tells him "Thank you...not only for saving my people, but for helping me to realize what it was that two very illogical, very precious human friends of mine once tried so hard to tell me. And for helping me to see the meaning of their words, you have proven to me once again that you truly are worthy to be the Captain of the Enterprise." They say goodbye, and Picard is beamed up to the TITAN, where Riker says that the new USS Enterprise NCC-1701-F is awaiting her Captain. As the TITAN soars offscreen, the movie ends with the tagline "A NEW GENERATION BEGINS" and then the End Credits.
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Star Trek: Dominion Wars
Tie in TNG, VOY, & DS9 and do the Dominion war movie that everybody has been talking about. Have a huge space fight with all the appropriate ships. Or they can go further into the future past the TNG era and start fresh with a new crew. There are so many possiblities.

Absolutely agreed (except for Voyager) but Insurrection was released during DS9's final season, at the height of the Dominion War. A TNG-DS9 combo. movie is what SHOULD have been made, rather than Insurrection.
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Old 02-27-2008, 03:22 PM
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I like it Archer...that was imaginative.
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That would be a great stroy Archer. I think that you could have pitched that to Paramount. It would have been better than Nemesis any day of the week.
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