Saw it in Fresno, CA. Hubby asked, "Well, you're the fan. Do you want to go or not?"
Same laughter others reported:
- The print-out
- "The Women!"
- The shuttlecraft floating along in space (though it looked cool itself)
- Pike eyeing Vina as the green slave girl--really intensely
- Kirk eyeing Vina as the green slave girl--really intensely even though she was just on the monitor
- Kirk and the yeoman in Mendez' office.
So I have a few questions:
- Just when did Mendez become not-Mendez? The Talosians said "in the shuttlecraft." That means they were projecting DAYS away from Talos!
- Why does Mendez' yeoman always look so...confused? Air-headed? Something's just not right with that girl.
- Why was Kirk in such "improved HD" but neither the yeoman nor Vina were? Can we say "soft focus"?
- How did Spock communicate with the Talosians to set this all up in the first place?
Overall, very enjoyable. Audience was mostly over 30yo to 60s. Image was good--clear and bright. And I loved the new CGI shot through the dome of the bridge. It looked great, as did the rest.