Re: Should the next Star Trek series have a major war?
There is a lot about NuTREK that I would've done differently - surely! But what's equally certain is that the audiences in theatre for both films were very well-pleased with the experience. And despite the elements that I did not care for being contained within both of them, these movies have been imparted with a genuine desire to entertain. Not to be believable. Not to be consistant with logic, even its own. But just to be ... entertaining. So far, it's been 2-for-2 on that score. They both succeed wildly. And it wasn't all so bad. The acting alone, is far superior to anything we ever saw in The Original Series. They have their charm and despite my reservations about them both, I have to tell you - it's even better than the "real" thing ...
"― And she brought forth her firstborn Son, and wrapped Him in swaddling clothes, and laid Him in a manger; because there was no room for them in the inn." (Luke 2:7)