Discussion in 'Star Trek Movies XI+' started by ElimParra, Dec 3, 2012.
That's a crap low quality picture, his ears are perfectly fine and human.
Has anybody seen the recent man of steel poster? the one with superman in chains?
I dont see DC fans whining about it...Why cant we trek fans just be happy.
I for one am waiting for the poster with Pine and Quinto.
Though, writing the title that way makes the lack of a colon pretty pointless.
You're probably just not looking in the right places. I'm sure somewhere on the internet there is a forum full of DC fans bashing the hell out of the new poster.
Shoot, there goes my perfectly detailed Vulcan conspiracy theory
Poster does make a pretty animated av though...
Hey, we're on the internet.
Don't let facts get in the way of a good conspiracy theory
oh, you can be sure that somewhere there's a war going on right now about that lens flare on the poster.
Future Guy was a Romulan pissed off about his homeworld's destruction in 2387 and wanted to change the past to eliminate the Federation and Klingons as threats to his world and empire.
Pass it on.
Hmm... you'd think that the copying of such a popular idea wouldn't be so blatant. Still pretty cool though.
I wonder if the same guys who made the Batman poster also made this one.
Looks like quite the pompadour there. Still makes me think of Garth.
I'm seriously underwhelmed by this poster - looks 100% like the Batman posters. Along with the synopsis, this just makes me believe that they're hellbent on making this the "Dark Knight" to ST09's Batman Begins - whether the story is all that clever or not.
I'll wait for the first trailer to see if my excitement sets in then. For now, I have no opinion on this film except: Let's hope it's more than what we know so far suggests: A rip-off of everything from Heart of Darkness to Batman...
Does this mean 47% of Starfleet and the Federation as a whole will be targeted for detonation?
Does he have PADDs full of humanoid females?
Meh... Everything borrows from everything. There aren't any original ideas left save for perhaps some strange disjointed "art" films that try to be original by being incoherent.
Nothing wrong with retelling stories, that's where all of our best stories have come from.
I'm glad I haven't held my breath waiting for something original from Star Trek the last four decades or so.
Makes me think of Starship Troopers- Rio trashed by a bug asteroid, and Doogie Howser in his Gestapo coat...
There are no soldiers, weapons, ships in conflict. Only one man. Excluding someone with super powers, it can be a terrorist attack
Khan's followers are placed on ships throughout the fleet waiting for their cue to attack.
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