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Old August 10 2009, 02:58 AM   #1
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"Human Whore" Cut

I just came home from a third viewing of Star Trek at my local dollar theatre, and I noticed the line "Human Whore" was cut out. I don't know if anyone remembers this line, but it was during when young Spock was fighting the bullies on Vulcan. They started to say the line but I noticed it was cut off and I'm thinking, I want my $1.50 back! lol Anyways, it was great to see it again but I must say something... I think I kind of like the original Enterprise's interior design better. I love seeing the characters on the big screen again, and Karl Urban (is that the correct spelling?) was fantastic as Bones.

As for the R2-D2 thing (if it's still being debated) the only remote possibly of him being in the film would be on top of the saucer section of the Enterprise that kind of looks like him. When they have a close up shot of it, the shape doesn't resemble R2 much, but when the camera movement fades a way it does look like R2 in a way. But I didn't see anything remotely resemble R2 in the Federation outpost on Delta Vega and at the bar scene with Kirk.

Anyway, when's the DVD coming out?
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Old August 10 2009, 04:04 AM   #2
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Supposedly Nov. 17, or it could be delayed like the movie.

http://trekmovie.com/2009/07/24/new-...-blu-ray-sets/
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Old August 10 2009, 04:27 AM   #3
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I just came home from a third viewing of Star Trek at my local dollar theatre, and I noticed the line "Human Whore" was cut out. I don't know if anyone remembers this line, but it was during when young Spock was fighting the bullies on Vulcan. They started to say the line but I noticed it was cut off and I'm thinking, I want my $1.50 back! lol Anyways, it was great to see it again but I must say something... I think I kind of like the original Enterprise's interior design better. I love seeing the characters on the big screen again, and Karl Urban (is that the correct spelling?) was fantastic as Bones.

As for the R2-D2 thing (if it's still being debated) the only remote possibly of him being in the film would be on top of the saucer section of the Enterprise that kind of looks like him. When they have a close up shot of it, the shape doesn't resemble R2 much, but when the camera movement fades a way it does look like R2 in a way. But I didn't see anything remotely resemble R2 in the Federation outpost on Delta Vega and at the bar scene with Kirk.

Anyway, when's the DVD coming out?
The missing line is probably due to a break in that copy of the film, trimmed and spliced back together. There have been other similar reports of missing bits and damaged film, as the movie shifts to the second-run theaters.

As for R2-D2, he was very small and very briefly visible in the debris field above Vulcan. You didn't even have to blink to miss it.
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Old August 10 2009, 05:33 AM   #4
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I just came home from a third viewing of Star Trek at my local dollar theatre, and I noticed the line "Human Whore" was cut out. I don't know if anyone remembers this line, but it was during when young Spock was fighting the bullies on Vulcan. They started to say the line but I noticed it was cut off and I'm thinking, I want my $1.50 back! lol Anyways, it was great to see it again but I must say something... I think I kind of like the original Enterprise's interior design better. I love seeing the characters on the big screen again, and Karl Urban (is that the correct spelling?) was fantastic as Bones.

As for the R2-D2 thing (if it's still being debated) the only remote possibly of him being in the film would be on top of the saucer section of the Enterprise that kind of looks like him. When they have a close up shot of it, the shape doesn't resemble R2 much, but when the camera movement fades a way it does look like R2 in a way. But I didn't see anything remotely resemble R2 in the Federation outpost on Delta Vega and at the bar scene with Kirk.

Anyway, when's the DVD coming out?
The missing line is probably due to a break in that copy of the film, trimmed and spliced back together. There have been other similar reports of missing bits and damaged film, as the movie shifts to the second-run theaters.

As for R2-D2, he was very small and very briefly visible in the debris field above Vulcan. You didn't even have to blink to miss it.
So R2 was in the film, then. I kept looking all throughout the movie, and I couldn't spot him I even waited until the end of the credits to see if anything about R2 would pop-up there.

I think I also agree with you about the the missing bits of the film in second-run theatres, that reasoning seems logical.
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Old August 10 2009, 05:36 AM   #5
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R2 can be seen, for like a nanosecond, on the viewscreen when the Enterprise arrives at Vulcan. You can also see him in the debris field if you REALLY REALLY look hard as the Enterprise is rotating.
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Old August 10 2009, 11:41 AM   #6
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I remember hearing this line the first time I saw it. It kind of shocked me having the word "whore" in trek.

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Old August 10 2009, 11:56 AM   #7
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I remember hearing this line the first time I saw it. It kind of shocked me having the word "whore" in trek.
It shocked me more that a Vulcan said it.
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Old August 10 2009, 12:00 PM   #8
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I just came home from a third viewing of Star Trek at my local dollar theatre, and I noticed the line "Human Whore" was cut out. I don't know if anyone remembers this line, but it was during when young Spock was fighting the bullies on Vulcan. They started to say the line but I noticed it was cut off and I'm thinking, I want my $1.50 back!
You only get to hear that line at theaters that charge at least $2.
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Old August 10 2009, 02:47 PM   #9
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Re: "Human Whore" Cut

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I remember hearing this line the first time I saw it. It kind of shocked me having the word "whore" in trek.
It shocked me more that a Vulcan said it.
I'll bet he did a ton of homework on coming up with it.
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Old August 10 2009, 06:59 PM   #10
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I remember hearing this line the first time I saw it. It kind of shocked me having the word "whore" in trek.
It shocked me more that a Vulcan said it.
I'll bet he did a ton of homework on coming up with it.
It was probably one of the questions in the hole-in-the-floor school. --

Describe Spock's mother in two words, or less.
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Old August 10 2009, 07:13 PM   #11
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I heard she mates once every six years!!! What a whore.
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Old August 10 2009, 07:17 PM   #12
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It shocked me more that a Vulcan said it.
I'll bet he did a ton of homework on coming up with it.
It was probably one of the questions in the hole-in-the-floor school. --

Describe Spock's mother in two words, or less.
That's ridiculous. There's no way a Vulcan school would ask a question like that.

It'd be "two words, or fewer".
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Old August 10 2009, 07:38 PM   #13
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I'll bet he did a ton of homework on coming up with it.
It was probably one of the questions in the hole-in-the-floor school. --

Describe Spock's mother in two words, or less.
That's ridiculous. There's no way a Vulcan school would ask a question like that.

It'd be "two words, or fewer".
Sorry, I failed Vulcan Speech 101. I was busy daydreaming in class about Winona Ryder.
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Old August 10 2009, 09:33 PM   #14
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I just had an idea for a YouTube video parody.

Dress up in a Moe Howard wig with pointed ears and blue shirt, and with tears streaming down your face, scream almost incoherently "LEAVE SPOCK ALONE!!!"
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Old August 10 2009, 09:40 PM   #15
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Amanda Grayson is such a whore, she dated Kiefer Sutherland AND Johnny Depp!

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