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Old September 25 2009, 05:35 AM   #1
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Script for the film, if you don't already have it

http://tools.forret.com/wordle/subti...srt&title=Star Trek (2009)
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Old September 25 2009, 07:13 AM   #2
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Re: Script for the film, if you don't already have it

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Fixed it so it'll go directly to the page. That space between 'Star' and 'Trek' was messing things up.

It's someone's transcription of the dialogue, though, rather than the full script.
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Old September 25 2009, 08:28 AM   #3
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Fixed it so it'll go directly to the page. That space between 'Star' and 'Trek' was messing things up.

It's someone's transcription of the dialogue, though, rather than the full script.
Yep, dammit. I was really excited when I saw the thread title... AH, well...
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Old September 25 2009, 01:59 PM   #4
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Re: Script for the film, if you don't already have it

That's a transcript of the film.

EDIT: Oh, M' has said that, all ready. Nevermind.

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Old September 25 2009, 02:54 PM   #5
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Re: Script for the film, if you don't already have it

Ah, well, good deal should I ever want it.
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Old September 25 2009, 03:57 PM   #6
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If you want the actual, email me at the page below.
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Old September 25 2009, 05:44 PM   #7
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Huh, in reading over the lines, I've concluded that Pike must have *really* liked the Kelvin and George Kirk, or his dissertation was just that darn good. I didn't realize this the handful of times I saw it in the theaters, but he says almost verbatim what Robau says to their first officer before they go to the Narada: you're the captain now.

Sure, Pike's heroic, but something tells me now that he wanted to live up to that legend of the Kelvin, too.
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Old September 25 2009, 06:30 PM   #8
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Oh yeah, sorry a transcript. But I have been looking for the dialogue all over the Net and was happy to have stumbled across this. I plan on adding names on who said what but it was still fun to read. Film left my area finally so I'm feeling bereft, and youtube keeps removing the few clips people post. *sigh* too long til November.
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Old September 25 2009, 06:40 PM   #9
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There is a description of where the complete script can be found at TrekWeb. Search for "script" on the forums.
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Old September 25 2009, 06:59 PM   #10
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Dennis, where did you get that quote from Scott Bakula? Is there an article? Did he have more to say about the movie? Funny he noticed the beagle quote from Scotty.
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Old September 25 2009, 10:41 PM   #11
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Dennis, where did you get that quote from Scott Bakula? Is there an article? Did he have more to say about the movie? Funny he noticed the beagle quote from Scotty.
It's from an interview he gave to Collider. Here's the full quote :

Bakula :
Totally surprised by that, I didn’t see it coming. I bought a ticket and saw the movie with my boys and–it was so fast to be quite honest–I wasn’t sure that I heard it, because there was so much going on in that movie–great movie incidently, I thought they did a wonderful job–but I thought "did he just talk about my dog dying?" And the you are on to something else.
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Old September 25 2009, 10:45 PM   #12
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There is a description of where the complete script can be found at TrekWeb. Search for "script" on the forums.
Call me crazy, but I can't find it.
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Old September 25 2009, 11:07 PM   #13
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There is a description of where the complete script can be found at TrekWeb. Search for "script" on the forums.
Call me crazy, but I can't find it.
It's on the second page of search results in your link, but the script can no longer be found where it was:

The document "Star Trek Screenplay" is no longer available on xxxxxx.
It has either been removed by the original owner of the document or by the xxxxxx staff due to copyrighted or inappropriate content.
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Old September 25 2009, 11:34 PM   #14
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Dennis, where did you get that quote from Scott Bakula? Is there an article? Did he have more to say about the movie? Funny he noticed the beagle quote from Scotty.
It's from an interview he gave to Collider. Here's the full quote :

Bakula :
Totally surprised by that, I didn’t see it coming. I bought a ticket and saw the movie with my boys and–it was so fast to be quite honest–I wasn’t sure that I heard it, because there was so much going on in that movie–great movie incidently, I thought they did a wonderful job–but I thought "did he just talk about my dog dying?" And the you are on to something else.
Oh, that's just fantastic! If any of us sat next to Bakula in the theater, who among us could resist the urge to lean over and tell him, "Dude, Scotty killed your dog"?
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Old September 25 2009, 11:37 PM   #15
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Oh, that's just fantastic! If any of us sat next to Bakula in the theater, who among us could resist the urge to lean over and tell him, "Dude, Scotty killed your dog"?
Me.

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