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Old June 16 2013, 09:41 AM   #61
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Re: STID: 10 years later

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Do you think STID can still become the ESB of Star Trek? Remember, Empire was only commonly regarded as the greatest SW film until the '90's. In fact, it got very mixed reviews when it was first released...

How do you think STID will be regarded 10 years from now. Personally, I think the film will atain a whole new level of respect and appriciation over the coming years... Some day, people will look back and say: wow, STID was really ahead of its time...
Depending on where this goes after Abrams, I think we will look back at this as the "Dark Time" of Star Trek. Movies that won't stand the test of time.
It will be fun to ressurect this thread in 2023 and see who was right...

I think STID will be like Kill Bill. At the time, people felt it wasn't original enough, it was Tarantino on auto pilot... Nowadays, it's considered one his best... Or the score to the first Harry Potter film... Again, John Williams on auto pilot was said a lot back in 2001... Rehashes from Hook, etc. Now, more than a decade later, I think people have come to appriciate Hedwig's Theme as one of the greatest film themes of all time...

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