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Narada

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Report this Nov. 10 2009, 2:10 am

Well you can believe what you want however you are still defining exact themes from this movie. Destiny is about who we are, and who we want to be and it is also about who we are and how we got here. In the middle of all this is "that which you strive for" which is basically you going from who you are to who you want to be. That is exactly what destiny is. When young Kirk learns he was Captain in the other time line he strives to become more in the new time line. He strives to become Captain and take his place with destiny.

I will find more definitions if you wish or maybe some good "destiny" quotations?

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Report this Nov. 10 2009, 2:33 am

I think you missed part of the movie. Young Kirk did not automatically become a Captain. He chose to be all that he could be. He is not a weakling. He decides to rise above the adversity from this life and become everything he was destined to be. He learns he is a Captain in the other life so why can he not become a Captain in this life? He chooses to become who he was destined to be. He saved the day. You rated the movie 8/10 so that means you saw it right? Some of these complaints are very far reaching.

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Report this Nov. 10 2009, 2:56 am

I will not explain this with you anymore. Yes destiny is ordained in the stars but only you can find it. This is why we discuss having to "rise above problems." Kirk chose to do this and nobody did it for him. He chose to do what is right and made decisions paired with action. Just like you are choosing to deflate your previous views instead of rising above conflicts and problems. The whole concept involves eternity and time travel and what is destiny? Who determines our path? Only we can determine our path even if from hindsight it will look pre ordained.

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Report this Nov. 10 2009, 3:34 am

This is fine. If you do not like the film or are finding more faults with it that is part of your destiny. Nothing is pre ordained but in hind sight it turns out you were not destined to appreciate this film. Was it the film or was it you who made this destiny take place?

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Report this Nov. 10 2009, 3:49 am

You do not think it is funny? Oh well!

:D  :laugh:  ;)  :cool:

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Report this Nov. 11 2009, 5:23 pm

Didn't they already have Kirk fighting the Romulans in the 23rd century? That was the plot of the last movie, right?

I agree with Vger23. For me to actually spend money to see a new Star Trek movie, they'll have to come up with something a little more imaginative and exciting than "Kirk vs. the Klingons/Romulans/Cardassians/Zargoids or Other Random Aliens With Bumps On Their Foreheads". I've seen plenty of space battles and punch-ups with maniacal villains already; can't they do something different?

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Report this Nov. 11 2009, 5:53 pm

Quote (Pooneil @ Nov. 11 2009, 5:23 pm)
Didn't they already have Kirk fighting the Romulans in the 23rd century? That was the plot of the last movie, right?

I agree with Vger23. For me to actually spend money to see a new Star Trek movie, they'll have to come up with something a little more imaginative and exciting than "Kirk vs. the Klingons/Romulans/Cardassians/Zargoids or Other Random Aliens With Bumps On Their Foreheads". I've seen plenty of space battles and punch-ups with maniacal villains already; can't they do something different?

Yes this is why there must be something different for the next movie. I can see if they tie in Romulan involvement again later on but something new would be much preferred.

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