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Old 09-07-2009, 07:23 PM
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  • The cold open, and the moment you hear those trademark Trek sensor pings in the dark as the Kelvin reveals itself.
This is the main one for me. I was just like WOW! I suspect the reaction will be the same tomorrow night in IMAX!
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-paramoun logo and kelvin passing by

-the drum music when robau's shuttle cleared the kelvin for narada

-"tiberious? are u kidding me , thats the worst

-kirk grabbs uhura 's boobs

-the wormhole for prime spock

-delta vega red creature

-nimoys revelation

-a trick i learnt from an old friend phrase

-the enterprise destroyed the missiles coming to spock
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1: The Paramount image. Basically just because "OMG, IT'S STARTING!!!"

2: Star Trek: In BIG words.

3: Bone's introduction

4: Seeing The Enterprise in space for the first time.

5: Vulcan's destruction

6: Kirk and Prime-Spock.

7: Enterprise rising above Titan.

8: Enterprise comes to the rescue

9: "Im giving her all she's got, Captain"

10: Enterprise escapes.

11: Spock and Spock

12: James T. Kirk, Captain of The Enterprise (Final Scene)

13: Space. The Final Frontier.

A lot of goosebump raising scenes.
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goodness there's so many to list
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for me it was pretty much the whole Kelvin sequence and the sequence where the Enterprise lifted out of Titan's atmosphere.
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The Kelvin sequence is probably one of, if not the, strongest one in Star Trek film history. It's really that good, IMO.
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I agree.
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The Kelvin sequence is probably one of, if not the, strongest one in Star Trek film history. It's really that good, IMO.
Yes, it absolutely is.
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