Are you excited about the new "Star Trek Into Darkness" movie sequel?
To be released spring of 2013?
No , there are important things in this world to get excited about. I guess that I am looking forward to having a look when it gets on telly. However, the only Star Trek I found worth taking time over was the original series.
No, I am a fan of Star Trek TNG and the original series. I can't let go of that enough to accept the young actors as the original characters.
Absolutely! I was concerned about new faces for the old crew, but that last movie allayed my apprehensions and now I just really want to see what they come up with next. Personally, I can't stand Star Trek fans who complain that this new timeline is a betrayal of everything that came before. It's an alternate timeline. That's used all over in Star Trek. I own all 727 episodes (which includes the animated series) and 11 movies, and I just want to see more.
no... JJ' ST is too much action, not enough thought provokingness, time paradoxes stopped being thought provoking a decade or three ago (dimension paradoxes, however, didn't stop being thought provoking until after JJ's Lost, the sideways stuff was still cool at that point, but since then too many other shows dipped into that pool)... but you're talking to a guy who perfers the V'Gir thought provoker over all the following ST flicks, and the scene(s) of Spock entering V'Gir to the clasping of Kirk's hand in sickbay to be the best scenes in all of ST, with its resolve of the original series long standing question of logic vs creativity/intuition/feeling
by Steven Escareno 3 years ago
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by David Livermore 5 years ago
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by Susan Reid 9 years ago
.Would you please share your favorite SiFi TV or movie and why you like it?
by Maria-Arg 7 years ago
Which movie are you most excited about this year and why?I can't wait to see Dark Knight Rises because I love Christopher Nolan and his previous Batman movies were great.
by Steven Escareno 8 years ago
Before J.J. Abrams' reboot, there used to a common pattern with "Star Trek" films where majority of fans would say that all the odd numbered ones sucked, while the even number ones were arguably the best. However, why is that though? Is there some sort of binary anominally...
by Elisabeth Sowerbutts 10 years ago
Thanks to the timezone I saw it last night - awesome! http://hubpages.com/hub/Star-Trek-11-2009
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