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Old March 11 2013, 08:26 PM   #31
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Re: Early UK Release For Star Trek Into Darkness

JoeZhang wrote: View Post
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I know when to stay off this site. Quite a few people from across the pond in here.
Perhaps there should be a separate "official" early review thread that can be merged into the whole upon the movies release in the States?
Why bother? We should have a review thread as normal and just like the rest of us, Americans can join in when it is released.
I agree with the last post. Getting pretty close to movie release
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Old March 11 2013, 09:21 PM   #32
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Re: Early UK Release For Star Trek Into Darkness

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Perhaps there should be a separate "official" early review thread that can be merged into the whole upon the movies release in the States?
Why bother? We should have a review thread as normal and just like the rest of us, Americans can join in when it is released.
I agree with the last post. Getting pretty close to movie release
Oh well, just an idea.
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Old March 14 2013, 03:35 PM   #33
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Re: Early UK Release For Star Trek Into Darkness

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Why bother? We should have a review thread as normal and just like the rest of us, Americans can join in when it is released.
I agree with the last post. Getting pretty close to movie release
Oh well, just an idea.
Yea, the problem isn't a single thread you can choose to avoid, the problem is people becoming so familiar with the movie, and having stuff seem obvious to them, and without even necessarily realizing it discussing stuff outside that/those specifically identiifed Spoiler thread(s)

So, best thing for those of us, like me, who have enough foreknowledge of the film to sate themselves (without even having watched the 9 minutes or the 38 minutes) is to bail on the whole forum once released until they see the movie
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Old March 17 2013, 08:54 AM   #34
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Re: Early UK Release For Star Trek Into Darkness

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Anyone know if the new teaser trailer is attached before Oz in the UK
Yes indeed, I saw the new Trek trailer in 3D with "Oz" last week.
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Old March 17 2013, 09:20 AM   #35
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Re: Early UK Release For Star Trek Into Darkness

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I know when to stay off this site. Quite a few people from across the pond in here.
Perhaps there should be a separate "official" early review thread that can be merged into the whole upon the movies release in the States?
Why bother? We should have a review thread as normal and just like the rest of us, Americans can join in when it is released.
. Seconded (or thirded. Whatever).
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Old March 31 2013, 02:38 PM   #36
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Re: Early UK Release For Star Trek Into Darkness

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I know when to stay off this site. Quite a few people from across the pond in here.
Perhaps there should be a separate "official" early review thread that can be merged into the whole upon the movies release in the States?
Why bother? We should have a review thread as normal and just like the rest of us, Americans can join in when it is released.
Yes, we Brits normally have to do the same. The Big Bang Theory seems the worst right now: I remember when we had just seen the first episode of Season 6, and all of the active threads were already talking about Amy getting into a fight with Wil Weaton! Then, for some reason they split the series in half, to resume in a few days, so we will only just be seeing "The Santa Simulation" at the same time as Americans are watching "The Tenure Turbulence". This is incredibly frustrating, not just because of the forum spoilers, but also because clips will already be on YouTube, and the synopsis on Wikipedia, plus reviews on any number of sites. It's as if everyone else is in a special club and you're the only one not allowed in.
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Old March 31 2013, 02:41 PM   #37
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Irony.
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