Re: Orci, Kurtzman and Lindelof should not Return.
Gee that sounds familiar. Like I saw it in a movie recently.
Aren't we forgetting something?
After being killed on an away mission and then revived by Seven's Borg nanoprobes, Neelix finds himself in a deep existential and spiritual crisis, questioning his faith and the meaning of his existence.
Doesn't sound like any Star Trek movie I've seen this year. Star Trek: Voyager, the world renowned queen of the reset switches was able to tell a story involving a reset switch and actually have it be about something. The act of being brought back to life is taken very seriously, where as in Star Trek Into Darkness it's treated as the convenient "reset switch" that comes with zero consequences so that everything can go back to the way things were.
So basically: a Trek movie.
- SeerSGB -
Good men don't need rules, The Doctor (A Good Man Goes To War)