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    YOSH!

    After seeing the first trailer for this movie, I was a bit disappointed. It seemed to only be following the needless gloominess that all Hollywood films are going for these days; HOWEVER!!!

    A new Star Trek trailer was released today and my faith and excitement for this movie has now been resurrected. I've always viewed Star Trek as a series for galactic adventure rather than galactic war (Star Wars), and this new trailer shows us a bit more of that adventure.


    Here's the new Trailer!!



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    Looks promising.

    Has anyone, by some chance watched star trek tv series?
    Last edited by Leon; December 18th, 2012 at 09:46 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leon View Post
    Looks promising.

    Has anyone, by some chance has watched star trek tv series?
    I always wanted to revisit the very first one with Shatner. When I was like 7 or 8 my parents watched the Captain Kirk franchise. A couple of years from them when UPN used to play Smackdown, Star Trek Voyager used to come on afterwards, so that was the series that I am most familiar with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leon View Post
    Looks promising.

    Has anyone, by some chance has watched star trek tv series?
    I'm actually watching the original series the whole way through for the first time (as you can see by my avatar). Only 7 more episodes left! Then I can move on to TNG.

    As far as the original series, it's a bit dated and it tends to recycle story elements, but it's still a pretty solid show all things considered.

    Anyway, Star Trek '09 was really cool, so I can't wait to see Into the Darkness.

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    I'm mostly a fan of Next Generation but I grew up watching the original series with my dad. I also watched Deep Space Nine for a few seasons but never got into Voyager or Enterprise.

    One thing about the original series is that most of the good episodes are in the first season, after it was canceled and then brought back they never quite had the same budget and resources. The show is classic and was ground-breaking for many things.

    Anyway, I enjoyed the last movie and I will probably enjoy this one. I believe J.J. Abrams mentioned that he made this more for the general audience and not so much for Trek fans.

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    Star Trek: People Falling Off Things.

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    JJ has a lens flare fetish.


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    Quote Originally Posted by The Laughing Man View Post
    JJ has a lens flare fetish.
    LOL indeed. Well directors in general are just like One Piece characters: they all have their own quarks.

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    The 9 minute preview before The Hobbit was pretty kickass and the 3D actually worked!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1PceXperience View Post
    LOL indeed. Well directors in general are just like One Piece characters: they all have their own quarks.
    Yes, they all have their own subatomic particles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nobodyman View Post
    Yes, they all have their own subatomic particles.
    Oh dear. Perhaps I should have just used the word gag instead. But that is true as well. We all have quarks.

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    Sherlock you smooth ass mofo.


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    The first movie was awful.

    I'm sure this one will be missing the point even worse.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RobbyBevard View Post
    The first movie was awful.

    I'm sure this one will be missing the point even worse.
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    Er.... what? I have no idea what you're saying.
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    Wow Cumberbatch is deliciously awesome in that trailer. Its going to be interesting seeing him play an antagonist. I have only watched a couple episodes of DS9 so I don't really know much about star trek other than the general knowledge(which makes me miss babylon 5 all that more). So for a newbie like me would I watch the first movie and like it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RobbyBevard View Post
    Er.... what? I have no idea what you're saying.
    maybe he's saying those are fighting words. Cause a fair amount of ppl think the first one was great

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    I'm with Robby on this one... :( But I'll add that the first movie was awful as a Star Trek movie. Had it not been it would have been okay maybe I guess. >___>

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobbyBevard View Post
    Er.... what? I have no idea what you're saying.
    Sorry... I'm black.

    But seriously the first movie was cool.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Laughing Man View Post
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