Re: The curse of even Trek Films and the reboot - thought
Are you referring to the scenes in which Picard watches Kirk die and then buries him beneath a cairn? I can somewhat accept that, but still feel Kirk deserved more. Maybe a service of some sort with the captains of the three Federation vessels, which came to rescue the E-D crew?
No. Because, again, that puts Kirk in the 24th century where he doesn't belong. He's belongs to the past and needed to stay there. Picard understood this; it was one of the themes of the film.
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