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Vger23

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Report this Feb. 19 2012, 11:22 am

Quote: DammitJim6200 @ Feb. 17 2012, 10:14 am

Quote: Vger23 @ Feb. 17 2012, 5:33 am

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>I like when old man Soran beats Picard to a worthless pulp and sends him tumbling down the rocky mountainside in Generations.

>Twice I believe.

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Oh, Vger why must you always SPOIL the party ? Soran didn't beat Picard, Picard was weary from the time travel, but Soran did kill the legendary Captain Kirk, didn't he ?  


1. Picard had not time-traveled when he and Soran got into the fight on the bridge. Sorry. The second time, after going back in time, Picard and Kirk had gone through the same experience. Kirk didn't seem weary. So, either your theory is bunk or Picard is just weak. I'm willing to accept either explanation.


2. Soran didn't kill Kirk. Kirk sacrificed himself into a dangerous situation to obtain the remote control to the cloaked launching assembly, and ended up dying as a result.


 


I would have thought that the ULTIMATE TNG / PICARD FAN would have been able to avoid such obvious errors...but I should have know better, DJ.


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Report this Feb. 20 2012, 10:21 am

Quote: Vger23 @ Feb. 19 2012, 11:22 am

Quote: DammitJim6200 @ Feb. 17 2012, 10:14 am

Quote: Vger23 @ Feb. 17 2012, 5:33 am

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>I like when old man Soran beats Picard to a worthless pulp and sends him tumbling down the rocky mountainside in Generations.

>Twice I believe.

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Oh, Vger why must you always SPOIL the party ? Soran didn't beat Picard, Picard was weary from the time travel, but Soran did kill the legendary Captain Kirk, didn't he ?  

1. Picard had not time-traveled when he and Soran got into the fight on the bridge. Sorry. The second time, after going back in time, Picard and Kirk had gone through the same experience. Kirk didn't seem weary. So, either your theory is bunk or Picard is just weak. I'm willing to accept either explanation.

2. Soran didn't kill Kirk. Kirk sacrificed himself into a dangerous situation to obtain the remote control to the cloaked launching assembly, and ended up dying as a result.

 

I would have thought that the ULTIMATE TNG / PICARD FAN would have been able to avoid such obvious errors...but I should have know better, DJ.


Bottom line is Captain Jean Luc Picard SURVIVED to save MILLIONS of lives, can we agree on that, my good friend Vger !

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Report this Feb. 20 2012, 10:24 am

Quote: Mitchz95 @ Feb. 18 2012, 9:10 pm

Quote: Vorta_the_point @ Feb. 18 2012, 3:42 pm

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>Picard's breakdown in front of Lily was also very well done and an interesting progression of his character development regarding the Borg.

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Dang it, you beat me to it.

I loved pretty much all of Generations, especially the battle between Lursa's BoP and the Enterprise-D. The crash sequence was brilliantly done, and I also loved the prologue with Kirk and the Enterprise-B (though I hated the ship's design). The Borg battle in FC was awesome, albeit a little short. The new Borg design was outstanding. There wasn't really much to love in Insurrection. Nemesis had lots of good stuff - the dialogue between Picard and Shinzon, the dialogue between Data and B-4, and of course the Battle of the Bassen Rift. I also loved "Final Flight" (the soundtrack that played during the climatic battle aboard the Scimitar while it powered its thalaron weapon). I think Nemesis and Generations are both underrated.

While I don't necessarily agree that the TNG movies were some of Trek's best, I think they were just as good as (if not better than) most of the TOS films.


Yeah I forgot about the crash sequence of the Enterprise-D , that was brilliantly done and sad at the same time, it showed just how big that ship really is.

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Report this Feb. 20 2012, 10:51 am

Data when he decides he hates his drink. 


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Report this Feb. 21 2012, 3:31 am

Quote: DammitJim6200 @ Feb. 20 2012, 10:21 am

Quote: Vger23 @ Feb. 19 2012, 11:22 am

Quote: DammitJim6200 @ Feb. 17 2012, 10:14 am

Quote: Vger23 @ Feb. 17 2012, 5:33 am

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>I like when old man Soran beats Picard to a worthless pulp and sends him tumbling down the rocky mountainside in Generations.

>Twice I believe.

>

 

Oh, Vger why must you always SPOIL the party ? Soran didn't beat Picard, Picard was weary from the time travel, but Soran did kill the legendary Captain Kirk, didn't he ?  

1. Picard had not time-traveled when he and Soran got into the fight on the bridge. Sorry. The second time, after going back in time, Picard and Kirk had gone through the same experience. Kirk didn't seem weary. So, either your theory is bunk or Picard is just weak. I'm willing to accept either explanation.

2. Soran didn't kill Kirk. Kirk sacrificed himself into a dangerous situation to obtain the remote control to the cloaked launching assembly, and ended up dying as a result.

 

I would have thought that the ULTIMATE TNG / PICARD FAN would have been able to avoid such obvious errors...but I should have know better, DJ.

Bottom line is Captain Jean Luc Picard SURVIVED to save MILLIONS of lives, can we agree on that, my good friend Vger !


He'll probably never agree with you on anything. He hates Picard too much anyways.


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Report this Feb. 21 2012, 10:32 am

Quote: Blockman @ Feb. 21 2012, 3:31 am

Quote: DammitJim6200 @ Feb. 20 2012, 10:21 am

Quote: Vger23 @ Feb. 19 2012, 11:22 am

Quote: DammitJim6200 @ Feb. 17 2012, 10:14 am

Quote: Vger23 @ Feb. 17 2012, 5:33 am

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>I like when old man Soran beats Picard to a worthless pulp and sends him tumbling down the rocky mountainside in Generations.

>Twice I believe.

>

 

Oh, Vger why must you always SPOIL the party ? Soran didn't beat Picard, Picard was weary from the time travel, but Soran did kill the legendary Captain Kirk, didn't he ?  

1. Picard had not time-traveled when he and Soran got into the fight on the bridge. Sorry. The second time, after going back in time, Picard and Kirk had gone through the same experience. Kirk didn't seem weary. So, either your theory is bunk or Picard is just weak. I'm willing to accept either explanation.

2. Soran didn't kill Kirk. Kirk sacrificed himself into a dangerous situation to obtain the remote control to the cloaked launching assembly, and ended up dying as a result.

 

I would have thought that the ULTIMATE TNG / PICARD FAN would have been able to avoid such obvious errors...but I should have know better, DJ.

Bottom line is Captain Jean Luc Picard SURVIVED to save MILLIONS of lives, can we agree on that, my good friend Vger !

He'll probably never agree with you on anything. He hates Picard too much anyways.


 


I don't hate Picard. I don't hate any of the Star Trek leads. I just find Picard to be a too-perfect cardboard-cutout idealized character. I actually think he's better (more interesting) than Janeway and Archer.


Picard is not someone I realate to. He's not an identifyable character. He's too polished and self-righteous. But, Patrick Stewart is a terrific actor, and Picard has a presence and charm about him that make him more appealing than some others.


What I do hate is when people try to create conflict by throwing one version or vision of Trek / a character / etc into everyones face as being the "let's face it" best one ever in all of human history.


That, to me, is perposterous. They each have their own strengths, weaknesses, etc.


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Report this Feb. 21 2012, 1:24 pm

In Insurrection, when Geordie, who was born blind, is able to see with his own eyes for the first time in his life.


"Nothing was wrong with the implants. Something was right. With my eyes."


It isn't difficult at all to imagine the emotions he must have felt. The way he said that line was like he was fighting to hold back tears of joy. I think that's probably my second favorite moment in all of Star Trek. So far.

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Report this Feb. 21 2012, 1:33 pm

Quote: cowgirlcadet @ Feb. 21 2012, 1:24 pm

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>In Insurrection, when Geordie, who was born blind, is able to see with his own eyes for the first time in his life.

>"Nothing was wrong with the implants. Something was right. With my eyes."

>It isn't difficult at all to imagine the emotions he must have felt. The way he said that line was like he was fighting to hold back tears of joy. I think that's probably my second favorite moment in all of Star Trek. So far.

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Didn't he get to see briefly in "Hide and Q"? Though the scene in Insurrection was much better, I agree.


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Report this Feb. 22 2012, 1:30 pm

I wouldn't know. I actually haven't seen much of TNG, just Insurrection and one episode that I don't know the name of on a VHS tape that a friend gave me. Actually I think I remember seeing the show some on TV, but all I really remember about it is that I saw it. I think because I was pretty little then.

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Report this Feb. 22 2012, 1:37 pm

My favorite TNG movie moment was when Stuart Baird (Nemesis) made an ST movie worse than Shatner's Final Frontier. This got The Shat off the hook for making the worst one.

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Report this Mar. 08 2012, 9:44 pm

How about when Kirk was going upstairs to his girlfriend and Picard reminded him of his duty ? 

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Report this Mar. 09 2012, 1:26 pm

Picard and Data after they take out the Borg Queen in First Contact.


Data: I will admit that for a time I was tempted by her offer.


Picard: How long a time?


Data: Approxamately 0.63 seconds.

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Report this Mar. 09 2012, 1:34 pm

I loved all the space and battles scenes in nemesis. they did a great job


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Report this Apr. 13 2012, 9:16 am

Other.  I enjoyed many moments but the playfulness and humor of INSURRECTION is my favorite.

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Report this Apr. 15 2012, 12:34 am

Other: Picard's dream in First Contact. (We get to relive the TNG episode, and see how truly massive the Borg are.) AND when he meets the Borg Queen again. If you ever got to go to the ST Expeirience and do the 4D Borg thing, you'll know exactly what I mean. Alice Kridge as the Borg Queen is awesome!

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