Discussion in 'TV/Film' started by Steven58, Dec 6, 2012.
I Love Star Trek!!
me too... i've gone to conventions.
Haha, you might want to get that checked out Steven . Does look good, but not sure if it screams Star Trek to me.
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Just kidding, or am I.
If anyone wants to move this to movies, it's okay. I won't fire you. I just got a little excited. That's all.
No problem, Sir Steven. :santaclaus:
I got this covered. <> wink eye <>
I didn't think you'd take me SERIOUSLY and actually MOVE the post.
Steven loves to go to star trek conventions with his Kudos bars.
Except he replaces the wrappers with handmade ones in Klingon.
Haha, the tides have turned lol.
Don't worry Yoda - err I mean Stevie Wonder!
I pee... poop and do all sorts of other thingies in my pants too!
We must be family!
I m not a Treky or trekie or what have you, but I have a question. In the last ST movie, we met Spock, Kirk, McCoy and the rest. They flew a modern looking craft.
Why did Kirk fly a rust bucket that looked like a 50's series Sci Fi movie rather than the more modern craft we saw in the last movie?
It seems to me something is wrong. I thought the last ST movie with the really young crew looked out of place in a rather modern looking craft.
What am I missing? Is there a reason fir it or are producers and set designers just too lazy these days? Were the Tribbles involved somehow?
I've read a lot of folks are PO'd with this "modern" interpretation. Yes, it's different, yes, there's a new writer/producer. I've never seen any of the older movies (aside from the previous one), but what I've heard is that they're generally a significant departure from the show. All I know is, I loved the last one and can't wait for the next one.
Trailer looks EPIC!
The original Star Trek series was made on a budget - the transporter was invented for that reason alone.
And I don't know about the Enterprise being a rust bucket. Seems in the tribble episode, Klingons called it a garbage scow, and got handed the deck for their trouble.
So, anyway - you're not liking the early Enterprise because it wasn't modern enough and the latest one was too modern. There's actually a story about that, it's called Goldilocks and the Three Bears.
Ok, Ima just leave this here...
edit - note - maybe not ok to watch with the little ones around.
EM, that was awesome.
My daughter is currently posting that link around to her friends
I saw the extended trailer at the hobbit imax
Oh my goonness!
Saw that also. OFF THE CHAIN!