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Old October 23 2013, 06:58 PM   #4913
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kirk55555 wrote: View Post
Also, warp is not like going down a river, and you cannot be knocked out of some stupid "warp stream" like what the dreadnought did to the JJprise.
Since it isn't real, I like that they took and made it different. It now seems like a powerful and dangerous process.

The rest of your complaints have been discussed. Not everyone is going to like every single iteration of the franchise. For the record, I gave the film an 'A-'. Another solid outing.

...and even if the warp core looked like a bunch of car engines stuck together...
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