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Does anyone get teary

Commander_Zelkar

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Report this Nov. 30 2009, 10:49 am

I still do, and in a good way.

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Vice_Adm_Baxter

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Report this Nov. 30 2009, 10:50 am

Only a tiny bit in the Opening sequence........

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Report this Nov. 30 2009, 2:00 pm

I do in several sequences (and I'm not a "teary" kind of guy)

Obviously, the opening sequence is emotional. I also get teared up when Spock calls Kirk "Jim" for the first time, and Kirk tells him "it will work."

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Report this Dec. 01 2009, 3:07 am

I guess the scene of George Kirk saving his Wife and Son.

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Report this Dec. 01 2009, 4:14 am

I tear up when Vulcan implodes.

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Report this Dec. 01 2009, 12:41 pm

Quote (Vice_Adm_Baxter @ Nov. 30 2009, 10:50 am)
Only a tiny bit in the Opening sequence........

Yeah me too

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Report this Dec. 01 2009, 12:59 pm

Yes I agree. I was surprised at how campy it was.

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Report this Dec. 01 2009, 1:14 pm

The movie is good. It is gut-wrenching at the beginning, but that's what a Starfleet officer would do--his duty. When Jim starts crying and is handed to his mother, I smile.  Listening to them, it's great. In the movie theater, that hit me hard.

Where I get teary-eyed is after we lose Vulcan, Spock makes his Captain's log, and he gets in the turbo-lift. Uhura tries to comfort him. You can see she cares. It's great acting. I feel the loss in that moment. I feel the pain Spock is in and the fact he cannot show it. I have to admit that I did more than tear up the first time I saw it on DVD.

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Report this Dec. 01 2009, 1:15 pm

Well I'd had a bit to drink and I haven't watched it again but it was just the comedic bits. There were so many it seemed. Too much humour I thought.

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Report this Dec. 01 2009, 1:17 pm

Quote (HaventGotALife @ Dec. 01 2009, 1:14 pm)
The movie is good. It is gut-wrenching at the beginning, but that's what a Starfleet officer would do--his duty. When Jim starts crying and is handed to his mother, I smile. ¿Listening to them, it's great. In the movie theater, that hit me hard.

Where I get teary-eyed is after we lose Vulcan, Spock makes his Captain's log, and he gets in the turbo-lift. Uhura tries to comfort him. You can see she cares. It's great acting. I feel the loss in that moment. I feel the pain Spock is in and the fact he cannot show it. I have to admit that I did more than tear up the first time I saw it on DVD.

Wow. Ok I guess I better watch it again sober before I run my mouth huh? I'll watch it again.

Sara_Paris

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Report this Dec. 01 2009, 1:31 pm

Oh. No.

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Report this Dec. 02 2009, 1:57 pm

Quote (TheChronicOne @ Dec. 01 2009, 7:08 pm)
XI: the last we'll see Nimoy in a Trek film...

I could get quite teary over this sentence :cry:

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Report this Dec. 02 2009, 7:30 pm

Yes it is very possible he will not appear in another Star Trek film as he says himself but there are some possibilities for a cameo. It would be very cool to see Nimoy in the next film helping the Vulcan refugees if they decide to show this. They could also work in a variation of the Shatner scene to the next film if everyone involved considers it. If they do not appear in the next Star Trek films I will not be discouraged though because the torch was passed in an honorable way.

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Report this Dec. 02 2009, 11:56 pm

After the opening sequence, when the title appeared up on screen, "Star Trek".  It was something I had been thinking I would never see again, and was very moved when I did.  :cry:

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Report this Dec. 06 2009, 8:28 pm

Gotta say I got misty in the theater several places. Opening scene, when the giant STAR TREK came accorss the screen, when sPock's mother was lost (and this was for both Spock's loss a nd Chekov's pain), in the elevator with Uhura and Spock, the night scene with Kirk on motorcycle lookin g at the giant building site, when I first saw (with Bones and Kirk) the docked Enterprise, when SPock made the log entry about hi m being one of an endangered race, when Prime Sppock advises nu-Spock, the last scene where the camera pans all the characters that hav meant such a lot to me to set the stage f oer the real beginning of the crew and Enterprise as a unit, the music score at the end, and finally when the Enterprise comes in like the calvery to get Kirk and Spock.

Of course now since you dont' know who I am i can tell you that when I watched it at home the first ti nme I was not misty at all. Nosiree. I cried.

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