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Old October 23 2013, 04:57 PM   #46
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Re: The Opening Of Star Trek 3

To be honest, I really loved the opening of the USS Kelvin. That was really good. Same as Generations (with the enterprise B). STID didn't had a bad intro but it was less piew piew
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Old November 4 2013, 06:20 AM   #47
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Re: The Opening Of Star Trek 3

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But that would be quality, and they don't do that in this timeline.
Ya know, you're right. I certainly do miss the days of Star Trek With Zombies (First Contact) Sub Warfare and Torture (Wrath of Khan) and Time Travel (fucking pick one out of ANY series and movie).

So...bring on Kirk vs Borg! We can have the Queen torture Kirk because she's kinda built like a sick dominatrix kinda thing! And have the Enterprise and the fleet fight the Cube in a final, epic battle!

I'm not saying it's cold, but I just keyed two cars with my nipples.
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Old November 4 2013, 08:02 AM   #48
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Re: The Opening Of Star Trek 3

Kirk walking on the Borg Queen unaware who she is and greeting her with "Hi there!" (wink, wink)?

R.I.P. Cadet James T. Kirk (-1651)
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Old November 4 2013, 10:46 AM   #49
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I've stolen this from the last Sherlock Holmes film but what the heck.

Kirk is handcuffed (futurey handcuffs) to a bed. He's wearing skimpy blue underwear (just like Carol Marcus in STID).
Uhura and Marcus burst into this bedroom and basically laugh at Kirk as he tells them to free him. McCoy then comes in and exams him with the medical tricorder while ignoring Kirks orders to free him.
Eventually Uhura and Marcus try some dangerous type phaser thingy on the cuffs while Spock enters the room while phaser fire echoes behind him. He leans over and snapps the cuffs effortlessly and asks Kirk if he got the information. Kirk says Yes and Spock hands Kirks a phaser and they all make their escape.

OK its not perfect. I admit it.
I need to find a 'real' reason to have McCoy get naked but havent thought of one yet.
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