Discussion in 'Star Trek Movies: Kelvin Universe' started by Admiral Buzzkill, May 1, 2013.
Maybe it'll soft-land?
I jump on the 405 for a few miles then on the 101 brother I Do the trip twice a week are you mapquest now as well
Holy hell! That was fun! How they spun the whole corridor set to make that happen I'd love to know. Can't wait to see this movie.
That Engine Room/Deck is ridiculous!!!!
How many wide open spaces and walkways with deadly drops below does one starship need? Are Kirk and Scotty going to the Omega 13 Device?
Some info on that
Oh hell! That place is a death trap!
Yeah, I was REALLY hoping for a real engineering set this time too.
(Hard to imagine that they went from such a compact and simple engine design and small engineering in Archer's time, to the HUGE, complex, beer brewery and caverous engineering areas just a century - or less - later.)
At the rate they're releasing clips I feel like the whole movie will be released by the time it opens.
I see jj finally got around to seeing inception
Seatbelts. About damn time.
Anyone notice the extra architectural elements and the set extension on budgeneering? That plus the lighting makes it look a lot better than the last time around.
Ha. Good spot, Tom Servo.
You know, upon rewatching this, I was wondering: when they're running through the "white" hallways, the ship rotates 90 degrees and they're running on the wall. However, when they reach engineering, the ship is rightside up again (and tips 90 degrees thereafter).
Is this a continuity error, or is the ship "bucking"? Just curious.
It's falling to Earth, titling and righting itself repeatedy en route.
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