|BHWW - 2015-12-14 |
Star Trek Beyond
Extreme Galaxy Quest But Played Seriously.
|Pillager - 2015-12-14 |
I'm going to enjoy the fuck out of this. Lens flare, plot holes, corny dialogue be damned.
I want to agree with you. I'm tired of being a joyless old crumb bum. I want to look forward to this.
Maybe I should get drunk.
I am already drunk and regretting how long I wasn't drinking tequila because I was too busy being a beer geek.
|Meerkat - 2015-12-14 |
YAY BABYLON 5 CROSSOVER!
|Nikon - 2015-12-14 |
I hope the new TV series is good.
|Old_Zircon - 2015-12-14 |
I'm just so tired of all these star treks.
|Rodents of Unusual Size - 2015-12-14 |
Why the fuck can't they come up with a good Star Trek reboot script? The first one worked okay enough. The last one was fucking awful. This one looks even worse. Seriously, it's only the third fucking movie and you're blowing up the ship? Fuck you.
I really think they should have transitioned into a new Star Trek The Star Trek Series off the goodwill of the first Star Trek the Star Trek Movie.
I mean it's not like someone's gonna turn down a regular paycheck. Plus everyfucking CGI whatever the crap nonsense URUK-HAI Klingons and Smashing Pumpkins Romulans would fly like a holodeck on fire am I right ladies?
I guess Simon Pegg was going to write it, but the script was turned down because it was too "Star Trek" for mainstream audiences, so you get this instead. But at least this seems a little bit more lighthearted than what I've heard about "Into Darkness" (still haven't seen it) vs. the fun and bouncy original. Whenever Star Trek starts getting all "dark" is when I lose interest, and yeah that includes the original Wrath of Kahn.
Search For Spock, the one before the one where Spock fights Los Locos.
Rodents of Unusual Size
Generations was so unbelievably boring. I hated the fact they destroyed the ship in that one, too.
I also loved Enterprise! And I loathe the ending. LOATHE. They killed my Trip after two seasons of them building up the relationship and amazing telepathic link between him and T'Pol. And they ruined that plot by having them separate years later instead of giving them the closer relationship they built up, and it made no sense at all.
Retention of disbelief!
That was just Counselor Troi's holodeck therapy program for Riker. She had to cover all the character growth bases : important speeches in history, putting history aside for friends, losing good people, having social moments to just talk with no greater importance. Her choices made sense when writing the scenario, but I'd hardly call it history. I consider those events as much of Enterprise as I consider Picard running around in a trench coat to be canon for Sam Spade. Nope, in the real Enterprise, it ended on a far lighter note, Trip crying over his dead child. He gets to live on in absolute misery like is proper.
|The Mothership - 2015-12-14 |
Can't wait for "Star Trek: Derivative" where the Enterprise has to fight alien mecha-whales with artillery in San Francisco Bay, while time-travelling Ferenghi from the future try to steal a shipment of the 2435 Chevy Camaros; and only a team of Texas oil drillers can save the Federation.
Soundtrack by Whitesnake.
and I made up my mind....
I ain't wasting no more time
Rodents of Unusual Size
Can you throw in some Borg drones that get free of the collective and take up a life of enacting rock musicals? That's my Star Trek movie. And it would be way better than this.
|chumbucket - 2015-12-14 |
"..director of Fast and Furious" oh boy
Well, it says he also directed Better Luck Tomorrow, which is a much under-appreciated movie.. but I'm not holding out much hope. Also what's with the barrage of big budget comic/space epic trailers right before Star Wars is released? Seems like it'd make more sense to release them after opening weekend when people aren't distracted.
|dairyqueenlatifah - 2015-12-14 |
Loved the first one. Liked Into Darkness.
I'm excited for this even though his trailer makes it look like a comedy.
|StanleyPain - 2015-12-14 |
I don't have a problem with this because we have already established that the new cinematic Star Trek is just sci fi action schlock, and not actually true Star Trek. Ok..no problem...the Net Gen movies were trying to go down that route anyway whatever....
My gripe is that they fucking knew that they were going to do this anyway, so I am still confused what the fuck they were thinking revamping Wrath of Khan into this stuff and doing it so badly....
The trailer was 94 seconds long.
I have no idea what it's about.
|betamaxed - 2015-12-14 |
5 real stars for dirtbike assholery in a star trek movie, but this movie will likely be a 1 star piece of shit like Star Trek into Whiteness
Star Trek: Offroad
Star Trek: Roadplanet Swayzeworld 5
|Hooker - 2015-12-14 |
They've already used that song, for Christ's sake.
|sasazuka - 2015-12-14 |
I think I'd be a little more excited if this trailer didn't give me a STAR TREK: INSURRECTION vibe, only with added motorcycles and Beastie Boys.
|Two Jar Slave - 2015-12-14 |
What a miserable time to be a Trekkie.
|somedongus - 2015-12-14 |
I know no on will believe this, but I am not fucking WATCHING THIS. Trailers are all distorted bullshit anyway. I will wait until either the peripheral hype gets it claws into me and I shell out to take my girlfriend to see it in the theatre in exchange for sex, or I will wait until a while has passed after the release and then I'll BT it to show to my GF in exchange for sex. Bottom line, my GF gives me sex in exchange for Star Trek Movies, regardless of quality. Hell, I got anal after Insurrection! There is no way this new movie could be worse. So, in short, trailers can suck it.
Shit, replace "Star Trek" with "Sherlock" and I'm on the same boat.
Either you're an enormous fatty shelling out for candy every time you see a movie, or your "girlfriend" is the world's pickiest hooker.
|Anagramother - 2015-12-15 |
VIN DIESEL IS PICARD
|kingarthur - 2015-12-15 |
Dude, where's my starship?
|Robin Kestrel - 2015-12-15 |
Everything is terrible now.
|Oktay - 2015-12-15 |
Bill And Ted's Bogus Star Trek
|Spit Spingola - 2015-12-15 |
Cautiously optimistic. Simon Pegg was a writer on this and he's awesome and I think this cast is terrific even though the last two movies should have been better.
Also recently rewatched Star Trek Nemesis which kind of puts things in perspective for how bad Star Trek can get. At least this looks fun.
Yeah I mentioned that above too, but I heard that pretty much all his ideas were scrapped and they just kept his name on, sort of like they did with Michael Chabon with Spiderman 2. And Pegg for Star Wars, like Chabon for Superheroes, is a huge nerd and knows his stuff, which is a big help, but in both cases I believe the screenplays were deemed as not mainstream enough.
In either case it reminds me of this:
"Trek" not "Wars," but Pegg's a huge nerd for both, like a fuckable Kevin Smith.
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