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Red Letter Media re:View: Star Trek: The Motion Picture Ignore Report Reply
Raven Overcoming Orchid !Tz0ULG.7to - Wed, 21 Nov 2018 23:38:06 EST ID:pA4PLfmO No.66304
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The guys who brought us all the Plinkett reviews of the TNG era movies (and the first two JJ Trek movies as well) did a re:View episode about Star Trek: The Motion Picture.

http://redlettermedia.com/star-trek-the-motion-picture-review/
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Gilora Rejal - Thu, 22 Nov 2018 00:55:14 EST ID:bsMTOC3z No.66305 Ignore Report Reply
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>>66304
I can watch these hacks all day
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Nevala - Thu, 22 Nov 2018 01:05:38 EST ID:yYAGDNRw No.66306 Ignore Report Reply
>>66305
The one on the left is an Emmy nominated Canadian. He knows what he's talking about.
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Nevala - Thu, 22 Nov 2018 01:06:08 EST ID:yYAGDNRw No.66307 Ignore Report Reply
>>66306
the other left
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Cmdr. Peter Harkins - Thu, 22 Nov 2018 05:27:41 EST ID:Vek5zYEJ No.66309 Ignore Report Reply
>>66307
The guy on his own left
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Pax - Thu, 22 Nov 2018 06:20:04 EST ID:1uKNDLJ0 No.66310 Ignore Report Reply
>>66305
If you watch their Half in the Bag for The Force Awakens, a lot of decisions Rian Johnson made in The Last Jedi feel like reactions to their specific likes and dislikes of that film. Probably some sort of hindsight bias, but give it a try and you'll see what I mean.
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Jaresh-Inyo - Thu, 22 Nov 2018 07:57:49 EST ID:qK+lGh3r No.66311 Ignore Report Reply
Agree with these fellas a lot, always loved the motion picture for its visuals, and that awesome score. Among my favorites. I'd say I appreciate it equally with WoK, but star trek IV is still the top of the OST films, you just can't beat that cozy affair.
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Raven Overcoming Orchid !Tz0ULG.7to - Wed, 28 Nov 2018 23:09:28 EST ID:pA4PLfmO No.66390 Ignore Report Reply
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>>66311
I think 4 is the most accessible, and certainly is the most 'normal' of them. It starts off as a Trek movie, becomes a real world movie in the middle, and ends feeling like they brought the real world back to the world of Star Trek.

But The Undiscovered Country is a secret TNG 2-parter set in the TOS era. People forget that TNG was going full steam when that movie was made. 6 will always be my favorite movie of the franchise, just because it's so rare to see a series you love go on so long and still manage to end on an amazing high note.

I do think it's pretty amazing that Leonard Nimoy wanting to quit the franchise accidentally spawned a trilogy with him at the center of it all. Even though Kirk is the Captain and therefore seems to be the focus of the series, somehow in all 6 of the movies he's the real driver of the plot. Whether he's getting his mind blown by a gargantuan machine cloud ship, his brother is trying to reach Old Testament Space God, or he's trying to save the Klingon species, he's at the center of it all.


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