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Enterprise goes back in time, landing party beams down. Clumsy federation officer trips and crushes a daisy. History is changed forever. William Shatner becomes Prime Minister of Canada. Riker marries Wesley Crusher. Geordi sees fine. Picard is a chronic masturbater and is given a Section 8. Gill Bates leads Borg-like mind control assault on humanity in Windows 666. Everyone is happy. Balmer rules the world for a few months until he dies of heart attack from over-eating. He is found with a half-eaten roast chicken leg in his mouth. The End.
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Good- the thought had crossed my mind...
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post #154 of 222
hmmm... seems like jim lost his self-confidence
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hmmm... seems like jim lost his self-confidence


Something is supposed to happen to Kirk early in the movie that shakes him. I wouldn't say that the trailers indicates that he has lost all of his trademark cockiness either. We know at one point he goes after this Harrison guy himself.

Interesting thought based on the trailer but if you pay attention at the 1:05 mark you hear a voice calling Kirk a pawn that by my ears is not Harrison. Maybe we are getting our Khan after all? If I am right on that voice it plays right into my theory on who Harrison is and how he's related to TOS and the 2nd movie.
post #156 of 222
Trailer reaffirms new StarTrek triumvirate of Kirk, Spock, & Uhura instead of McCoy. cloud.gif

But other than that, looks like a great one coming up.

Man, this and the 3rd Superman trailer back to back. Going to be a great summer at the movies!
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Which of the original Star Trek films hold up best these days?
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I actually think the original, #1.

It was the most serious and truest to the series.
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Which of the original Star Trek films hold up best these days?



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^thank you, sanity restorer
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Which of the original Star Trek films hold up best these days?

the one where they went back to 1984 and kidnapped a whale in san francisco and chekov almost started an international incident when he got caught inside a nuclear wessel. duh!
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Transparent aluminum!
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Tbh IV was my favorite growing up.
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Which of the original Star Trek films hold up best these days?




+1,000,000
Ricardo owned this film and rightly so, God rest him. He was class and so under-appreciated.
Interesting side note:
I read or saw an interview years ago with Ricardo, and he said he and William Shatner never saw each other during the shoot.
Makes sense as their characters are never in the same frame even once during the film. All the more credit to him for his wonderful acting.
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Alright guys the world premiere for Into Darkness is happening in Australia on April 23rd, which means today for us. If you want to stay as spoiler free of the movie and who the villain is, as I do, be extra careful from here on out. Everything I have read and the marketing leads me to believe this mystery is one of the key plot points to the film. It wouldn't be fun having that spoiled for you early, unless that's what you want.

Me? I'm doubling down on my theory from earlier in this thread. smile.gif
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