Modding is a process
by JJ Abrams & a whole lot of people!
Published on May 5, 2009 By Zyxpsilon In Everything Else

SPOILERS ALERT;

 

You will see this film eventually, right?

You will even have the urge to share your opinions with the membership here, and to express yourselves clearly with description of scenes, quoting dialogues, snapping images of the new NCC-1701, etc!

Be fair & square, and consider that anything you will write below should automatically spoil the fun & the mystery for others.

Tomorrow at this time, France-Belgium-Switzerland-Vulcan(Alberta) fans will rush out their TRUE world premieres as much as some lucky Austin_Texas & Sydney_Australia people last April who resisted (However futile!) revealing any details after being asked by Orci, Kurtzman, Lindelof & Mr Leonard Nimoy.

Do not read anything below while you still can exit this thread.

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STAR TREK is a contest of skills & personalities.

It proves (again) that Humanity can and MUST go to Space and beyond.

And, that even Science is no match for Fiction.

The Galaxy is our only hope.

Enjoy.

 


Comments (Page 1)
on May 05, 2009

Speaking of, you know, America owns the moon.

We planted a flag on that shit. We should get a team to go build a colony and mine it.
Correct me if im wrong, but vespene gas is on the moon.
and we always, ALWAYS, need moar

on May 05, 2009

And if Mir burnt up over the Pacific, ISS will suffer the same fate once its mission is over. Nobody owns the Moon or Earth's stratosphere.

Strangely this Star Trek thread is turning into a **TROLLS ALERT**, temporarily.

Here... put a flag on this; while everyone kicks your butt off Antarctica or its magnetic opposite before it all shifts for an electronic collapse worth rational interruptions.

on May 06, 2009

Ambassador Spock dies as a hero, for real!

on May 06, 2009

At this time, aside from Rotten Tomatoes partnered with Chicago snooping Ebert's stinky usual filt against non-academy awardly worth of classical boredom for the anti-futuristic wickedly stubborn, this is the only review which makes any sense both by its clarity & neutralistic zone of unfalsified facts;

Vic's at Screenrant.

Define me as a biased and unconventionally hiplocked storyline digger of a Sci-Fi freak, if you want.

on May 07, 2009

First & foremost, my Review...

With such spontaneous jolts of energy, if you still don't understand what Humanity must do to evolve beyond static presence in reality not even another cinematic miracle (of and by pioneers) will convince you that people, space & time aren't mutually exclusive paradoxes; i liked this stuff, it was much more than just exciting! *****

on May 08, 2009

Loved it.

on May 08, 2009

Extrapolate please, Melibee.

This is where you can define WHAT you enjoyed in that film. Don't be shy.

on May 08, 2009

I'm Spock .... Bullshit! Thats just hilarious .

on May 08, 2009

Don't be unfair to Ebert. He's a huge gorram geek. Look up his review of Gamera: Guardian of the Universe sometime.

on May 08, 2009

The Roger Ebert, we all know about wouldn't judge a movie by its category of entertainment as usual?

Why would he stop spitting on Fiction, you tell me...

The Gene Roddenberry years, when stories might play with questions of science, ideals or philosophy, have been replaced by stories reduced to loud and colorful action.

Read the rest for yourself, Phaedyme. He simply doesn't get it.

If anyone can pull millions of people out of theater seats for any reasons, that's the critic.

Did Star Wars win an academy award other than visual effects in 1977?

How about Jackson's LOTR records?

Both are from some quiet past too, btw.

on May 08, 2009

Yeah, that is a pretty awful review.

I'm just saying that Ebert's not the enemy of all that's good and wonderful in movies, and critics are not required to espouse your opinion about a film, they're simply required to espouse their own opinion. Some people find they frequently agree with certain critics, and some frequently disagree.

I don't think that Ebert will make Trek fail, if it's a watchable film.

on May 08, 2009

And this is the review I referenced.

on May 08, 2009

I did take time out today to go see it with my wife. Loved it. Best Star Trek since Star Trek II.

on May 08, 2009

I already watched the movie so I won't post on here till someone start posting the plot

on May 09, 2009

The "plot" is kind of a no brainer. Time traveling space thug hell bent on wiping out the federation.. Been there, done that.

What makes this trek different from the rest (besides the complete redesigning of everything visual) is "how" they did it. They did it with ideas, and imagination not seen since the original series. This new Original Series era movie is just that.. Original. It takes what we all know about trek, and refreshes it in ways that "should" make berman and braga green with envy.

The way the "been there, done that" plot is executed is nothing short of brilliant. The story telling is brilliant. The way the new Enterprise (which i hated when i saw the first pics of it), and other effects are executed are nothing short of brilliant. What this film had that all the others did not since wrath of khan was that trek feel. JJ Abrams, and his crew used their imagination, took a risk, and it payed off big time IMO. I was skeptical before i saw it, but i was happily dissapointed. The movie is damn good. Are there flaws? of course there are. I can nit pick quite a few. However the changes in this new trek are quite refreshing. I really enjoyed the movie, and im an old school 45 year old trekkie. Kudos to JJ Abrams, and his crew for bringing trek back to life again.

Mr Ebert also trashed the motion picture, and damn near the every trek movie. I dont think he likes any kind of sci fi.

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