Tumerboy wrote: »
That's not Star Trek. . .
And WHY THE FUCK is Kirk driving a 1960's convertible off of a fucking cliff!?
Vassago wrote: »
Scotty? About 1/2 as much As Sulu.
Saidin - what about Batman Begins and Dark Knight? No regard for timeline that's already occurred. But those two movies were far superior to the previous ones (imo) and damned good regardless. With Star Trek (notice no post-title name) is like a reboot of the franchise, a passing of the torch. If this does well, JJ will likely no more Trek movies with the same cast, starting anew. While it will never replace the Wrath of Khan for example, it's a breath of fresh air that the franchise was in dire need of. With soo many versions of StarTrek (DS9, TNG, Voyager and on and on), the forumla was getting a little boring. Abrams will bring a good amount of realism and drama to the usual sappy performances.
getting promoted to captain must be pretty easy in this universe. What, do you get a promotion every 3 months after graduation in this star trek?
Saidin311 wrote: »
Oh and also, it's incredible how typecast Sylar is after seeing this teaser. I doubt that actor will ever break out of that Sylar image.
Sectaurs wrote: »
it's like muppet babies: everyone's there, only younger. this appeals to me! i hope they have some pop singer make an appearance in the holo-deck
Slum wrote: »
I have never cared about Star Trek in the least, but this looks awesome.
Although, if JJ Abrams made Sister Act 4, I'd probably see that too.
Marine wrote: »
how is sylar anything like spock? unless spock is also a serial killer
Saidin311 wrote: »
All he needs to do here is lift his two fingers up and open up the brain. And When I said Sylar is typecast, I meant the actor. He's typecast because it seems no matter what Zachary Quinto does you can always see the sylar in his character.
Kaskad wrote: »
Yeah but driving them off cliffs for no apparent reason and then being all indignant and shit just when saying his name, as if he's really proud of himself after some apparently impulsive decision to wreck a likely-expensive antique at no benefit to himself?
I mean the movie might put it into context, but as far as the trailer goes, that was laughable.
Cojax wrote: »
I'm looking forward to this. I'm a fan of the original series movies (some where terrible though) and some of the NG series. Like was previously stated this looks like a nice good swift kick in the ass. I just hope they stay true to the characters relationships with one anther. That friendship between three vastly different characters (Spock, Kirk, Bones) was timeless. The characters are what made Star Trek...for me.