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Old January 9 2013, 12:38 AM   #16
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Re: Burk: Star Trek Into Darkness To A Darker Place

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good point,i wish some trek fans and william shatner himself can recognize this.


hey ..did anyone see shat's new article on trekmovie, he said new trek had no soul.

I think its unfair,william shatner had like 70+ episodes of TOS and 6 films to get it right. JJ has had only 2 hours....for now
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Tell that to William Shatner..

Hey...deos anybody else feel that William will always criticise the rebirth of trek simply because he cant be a part of it?
serenitytrek, if you really, really, really want to talk about the Shatner article at TrekMovie, would you think it completely unreasonable if I asked you to go do it in a thread which is about that (or, even better, in the comment thread at the bottom of that article) instead of hijacking this thread, which has to do with a TrekToday article about an interview with Bryan Burk?
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Old January 9 2013, 12:55 AM   #17
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Hey...deos anybody else feel that William will always criticise the rebirth of trek simply because he cant be a part of it?
I particularly like these criticisms:

"JJ Abrams is a great filmmaker."

"Star Trek becomes one of those rides with explosions and the wonderful people they have got playing those roles."

"He has made Star Trek popular once again with a far larger audience so he seems to be doing the right thing."

Not a huge fan of explosions either,however I hope Trek 13 is Avengers type of explosion and not Transformers type of explosion.

As for William Shatner I have no problem with his criticism. he is probaly right in his opinions. However he will always have a slight friendly bitterness of the new trek simply because he has no part in it.
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Old January 9 2013, 01:29 AM   #18
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As for William Shatner I have no problem with his criticism. he is probaly right in his opinions. However he will always have a slight friendly bitterness of the new trek simply because he has no part in it.
Speaking of William Shatner having no part in things...
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