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Star Trek, Star Wars and JJ Abrahms

JoCat

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Report this Jun. 01 2013, 7:07 am

Also both Star Trek and Star Wars tell great stories. And for me that is often the bottom line. I have been to some action movies where they were just action packed and the story line is not planned out well at all. What's neat about Star Trek is that you become so interested in the story line that you start thinking of your own plot ideas to add to their adventures. Right now I am mulling over the idea of the new Captain Kirk crew living in this alternate reality and what would happen if they accidentally crossed into the first reality where the other James Kirk lived? Or a familiar ship from the first reality accidentally crosses into the alternate reality and is on a collision course with the Enterprise? Both ships could be severely damaged in  uncharted territory far from Starfleet headquarters and that could be the least of their problems. I think instead of being pissed at something about Star Trek or Star Wars, we should just enjoy and let our imaginations go with it. If you come up with a unique plot idea, Star Trek writers might consider it. They have done this in the past when some fans wrote in their own scripts. And some stories from the fans were chosen for the TV series.

2takesfrakes

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Report this Sep. 10 2013, 2:25 am

I have to wonder about 1 thing, though ...
is the elder Luke Skywalker going to be
as effeminate as we last saw him in the
RETURN of the JEDI?


darmokattanagra

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Report this Sep. 13 2013, 4:12 pm

Quote: 2takesfrakes @ Sep. 10 2013, 2:25 am

>

>I have to wonder about 1 thing, though ...
is the elder Luke Skywalker going to be
as effeminate as we last saw him in the
RETURN of the JEDI?

>


WTF?

2takesfrakes

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Report this Sep. 13 2013, 5:39 pm

Put on RETURN of the JEDI ... tonight!
You'll notice how swishy Mark Hammill's
acting is, this time, around! Han Solo's
being out of it for a while gave Luke a
chance to explore his feminine side ...


unfortunately.


darmokattanagra

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Report this Sep. 14 2013, 11:26 am

Unfortunately?

2takesfrakes

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Report this Sep. 15 2013, 2:26 am

Yes, "unfotunately"!


Luke Skywalker needs to be a hero with
a universal appeal for ALL audiences ...
and not have any sugar in his gas tank!
Perhaps - hopefully - it was just a phase,
and the Luke Skywalker of Episodes 4 & 5
will return to us, in this upcoming sequel.
Older ... Wiser ... Seasoned ... Experienced ...
having found the bass in his voice, once again!


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