Closed Caption wrote:
Well, it's odd that you would say "of the last twelve trek movies" when there are only 12 to begin with. Let's see.
2. The Reliant exploring what they thought was Ceti Alpha Six.
3. The Grissom exploring the Genesis Planet.
5. The Enterprise going to the center of the galaxy.
9. The Federation's duck blind in the Briar Patch.
12. The planet of primitives with Underwater Enterprise.
I count at least five Trek films showing some kind of exploration whatsoever.
[sic] Nazi over hear [sic]. I believe he sed [sic] of the last twelve trek movies because their [sic] will inevidably [sic] be moore [sic].
... a grammar Nazi that misspelled grammar,
and quite a few other words, too. For shame, for shame! Anyway, if what you say is the intended meaning, then it should be "of the first
twelve trek movies," or better yet "of the twelve trek movies to date," or "so far," etc. Grammar Nazi right here.
Anyway, I wasn't trying to be overly critical or pedantic. I probably shouldn't have even mentioned the word choice, as I was really more interested in simply showing that exploration was used in the Trek
films more often than the post in question would have one believe. However, as I also suggested subsequently, perhaps he meant with respect to hero ships, anyway, in which case his tally isn't that far off, if at all.
By the way, kudos to Timewalker
for actually seeing STID. Now she just needs to make it through Revenge of the Sith