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Old 08-12-2009, 04:41 AM
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Old 08-14-2009, 11:51 PM
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Star Trek 12-We're Reusing Other Scripts.
Too late, TMP already got there with the first film!!
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Too late, TMP already got there with the first film!!
Well they did reuse "In Thy Image" from the aborted Phase II series...so technically true!
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The problem I find with that is that if you keep raising the stakes eventually you raise them to the point where things just get ridiculous. You can only increase the scale of what's at threat so far before you get into the 'Galaxy destroying' realm of plot lines. Which have been done a few times already. There's only so many times you can do that before the audience loses goes 'here we go again....'
OH NO! THE UNIVERSE IS GOING TO BE DESTROYED!...yet again. You are right. That gets old very fast- two such movies in a row is one too many.
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OH NO! THE UNIVERSE IS GOING TO BE DESTROYED!...yet again. You are right. That gets old very fast- two such movies in a row is one too many.
Just 2?
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Well, I think we've established the 'destroy the universe' plot doesn't merit another turn on the merry-go-round!
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Four hours of footage was shot of Kirk and Dr. Taylor in the pizza parlor during the filming of Star Trek IV: Save the Whales.

In order to release a more sensitive, Trek fanboy friendly film, Paramount has decided to get some editors back into the studio, and cut those four hours down to a movie of 1hr. and 50 minutes.

It will contain a nice dinner conversation, and some hamhanded discussions of moralityand universal politics (much like the dinner scene in Undiscovered Country, only more romantically tinged), all done at the pizza parlor in question.

The movie's title: Star Trek XII: All We Are Saying Is Give Pizza Chance



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Four hours of footage was shot of Kirk and Dr. Taylor in the pizza parlor during the filming of Star Trek IV: Save the Whales.

In order to release a more sensitive, Trek fanboy friendly film, Paramount has decided to get some editors back into the studio, and cut those four hours down to a movie of 1hr. and 50 minutes.

It will contain a nice dinner conversation, and some hamhanded discussions of moralityand universal politics (much like the dinner scene in Undiscovered Country, only more romantically tinged), all done at the pizza parlor in question.

The movie's title: Star Trek XII: All We Are Saying Is Give Pizza Chance



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Good one!

He could have made a pitch that in the future there are only Taco Bells!

I remember the part where Kirk takes a drink of hte beer he is served and there seems to be some sort of a reaction in his expression after taking a sip of it. I never understood if it was because it may have been that good because in TOS movie timeline, beer could have really been bad because of synthohol substitutes or whether it could have been that bad. Couldn't call that one. Anybody else catch that moment?
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Yes, it's like he's tasting it for the first time.
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Old 08-24-2009, 01:38 PM
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Must go back and re-check that scene, not watched it in a while.
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