Discussion in 'Star Trek Movies I-X' started by USS Triumphant, Jan 8, 2014.
The movie should include every actor and actress (still living) who has ever appeared on Star Trek in any capacity, all the background extras and stunt people as well.
This movie wouldn't back its catering budget.
I'm a horrible person, because I love Scotty and loved James Doohan, but my very first thought was, "No, it would, Scotty isn't around to drive the costs for that up that much."
A Groppler Zorn one-man show.
If, by this, you mean that we should include every character that Michael Bell (the actor who played Groppler Zorn) has ever acted or voice acted somewhere in the movie, then yes, I agree wholeheartedly.
Good luck in finding an exhibitor company (AMC, Cineplex, Cinemex, Gaumount-Pathe, TCL Chinese Theaters, Cathy Organization, etc.) willing to have any of their multiplexes even want to distribute a 4 hour movie (most of them have a limit of 3 hours.) How would the theater in question be able to keep it's workers going for the time this movie runs? It would have to be open 24 hours a day for this to even work.
Addendum to the OP: Every theater in the world, including those in countries that normally censor western media, will stay open 24hrs/day for 3 months showing this film, and it will also be shown on screens at the Apollo and the Grand Ole Opry, and NORAD will open its doors to the public to show it on those big screens that WOPR was playing games on in "Wargames". 3D showings will include glasses that look like VISORs that you get to keep and that can actually restore a kind of sight to blind wearers, just like Geordi's.
Are you happy now? Let's see Lucasfilm top THAT for Episode VII.
Oh, Lucasfilm can top that, with just two words:
Remember, in this movie, ANYONE can appear.
We can kill Jar-Jar, too!
But not before the steamy Jar-Jar/Neelix love scene.
"Looky-looky, Meestah Neelix! Yousa face so whiskery!"
They bonded over the shared pressure of being the most beloved character in their respective franchises.
I'm going to throw up now.
Still NOT GOING TO HAPPEN.
I just read the novel "Q&A" which almost sorta is related to this topic. It reveals the true purpose Q has been visiting Picard and humanity all these years was to prepare them for an encounter with god like beings who can destroy the universe. And his purpose for introducing the Borg to the AlphaQ, and leaving Voyager in the DeltaQ, was to sufficiently harm the Borg enough that they don't meet the aliens first.
Hmmm... sounds like that's worth a read.
Wow. Really? A fan's movie pitch for a movie to somehow retroactively replace another one that already came out 12 years ago - not going to happen?! You don't freakin' say! Gee. I'm SO disappointed. How will I go on?
(Since you seem to have missed the facetious nature of this thread from the start, I feel the need to point out to you that the above is what is known as sarcasm.)
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