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  1. Without a doubt, Wrath of Khan is the Trek touchstone.

    Unfortunately, the best, most dramatic moment of the newest Trek was in the first few minutes when, realizing there’s only one way to save his wife, child and shipmates, George Kirk tells his wife he loves her and rams the Kelvin into the Narada.

    That scene set a high bar that, unfortunately, the rest of the movie never quite reached. I have to admit though, at the climax when Enterprise arrives, guns blazing, it got pretty close.

    Nicholas Meyer is a genius at getting the best out of all his actors, and with the ensemble he had in TWOK, he could do no wrong.

  2. Without a doubt, Wrath of Khan is the Trek touchstone.

    Unfortunately, the best, most dramatic moment of the newest Trek was in the first few minutes when, realizing there’s only one way to save his wife, child and shipmates, George Kirk tells his wife he loves her and rams the Kelvin into the Narada.

    That scene set a high bar that, unfortunately, the rest of the movie never quite reached. I have to admit though, at the climax when Enterprise arrives, guns blazing, it got pretty close.

    Nicholas Meyer is a genius at getting the best out of all his actors, and with the ensemble he had in TWOK, he could do no wrong.

  3. Without a doubt, Wrath of Khan is the Trek touchstone.

    Unfortunately, the best, most dramatic moment of the newest Trek was in the first few minutes when, realizing there’s only one way to save his wife, child and shipmates, George Kirk tells his wife he loves her and rams the Kelvin into the Narada.

    That scene set a high bar that, unfortunately, the rest of the movie never quite reached. I have to admit though, at the climax when Enterprise arrives, guns blazing, it got pretty close.

    Nicholas Meyer is a genius at getting the best out of all his actors, and with the ensemble he had in TWOK, he could do no wrong.

  4. Without a doubt, Wrath of Khan is the Trek touchstone.

    Unfortunately, the best, most dramatic moment of the newest Trek was in the first few minutes when, realizing there’s only one way to save his wife, child and shipmates, George Kirk tells his wife he loves her and rams the Kelvin into the Narada.

    That scene set a high bar that, unfortunately, the rest of the movie never quite reached. I have to admit though, at the climax when Enterprise arrives, guns blazing, it got pretty close.

    Nicholas Meyer is a genius at getting the best out of all his actors, and with the ensemble he had in TWOK, he could do no wrong.

  5. Without a doubt, Wrath of Khan is the Trek touchstone.

    Unfortunately, the best, most dramatic moment of the newest Trek was in the first few minutes when, realizing there’s only one way to save his wife, child and shipmates, George Kirk tells his wife he loves her and rams the Kelvin into the Narada.

    That scene set a high bar that, unfortunately, the rest of the movie never quite reached. I have to admit though, at the climax when Enterprise arrives, guns blazing, it got pretty close.

    Nicholas Meyer is a genius at getting the best out of all his actors, and with the ensemble he had in TWOK, he could do no wrong.

  6. Without a doubt, Wrath of Khan is the Trek touchstone.

    Unfortunately, the best, most dramatic moment of the newest Trek was in the first few minutes when, realizing there’s only one way to save his wife, child and shipmates, George Kirk tells his wife he loves her and rams the Kelvin into the Narada.

    That scene set a high bar that, unfortunately, the rest of the movie never quite reached. I have to admit though, at the climax when Enterprise arrives, guns blazing, it got pretty close.

    Nicholas Meyer is a genius at getting the best out of all his actors, and with the ensemble he had in TWOK, he could do no wrong.

  7. Without a doubt, Wrath of Khan is the Trek touchstone.

    Unfortunately, the best, most dramatic moment of the newest Trek was in the first few minutes when, realizing there’s only one way to save his wife, child and shipmates, George Kirk tells his wife he loves her and rams the Kelvin into the Narada.

    That scene set a high bar that, unfortunately, the rest of the movie never quite reached. I have to admit though, at the climax when Enterprise arrives, guns blazing, it got pretty close.

    Nicholas Meyer is a genius at getting the best out of all his actors, and with the ensemble he had in TWOK, he could do no wrong.

  8. Without a doubt, Wrath of Khan is the Trek touchstone.

    Unfortunately, the best, most dramatic moment of the newest Trek was in the first few minutes when, realizing there’s only one way to save his wife, child and shipmates, George Kirk tells his wife he loves her and rams the Kelvin into the Narada.

    That scene set a high bar that, unfortunately, the rest of the movie never quite reached. I have to admit though, at the climax when Enterprise arrives, guns blazing, it got pretty close.

    Nicholas Meyer is a genius at getting the best out of all his actors, and with the ensemble he had in TWOK, he could do no wrong.

  9. >>I have to admit though, at the climax when Enterprise arrives, guns blazing, it got pretty close.< <

    For sheer scenery I also love the scene where the Enterprise is rising out of one of Saturn’s rings.

    But yeah, I also agree George Kirk’s sacrifice was the best part of the movie. Though I’m also fond of McCoy chasing around Jim Kirk with the medical kit. πŸ™‚

  10. >>I have to admit though, at the climax when Enterprise arrives, guns blazing, it got pretty close.< <

    For sheer scenery I also love the scene where the Enterprise is rising out of one of Saturn’s rings.

    But yeah, I also agree George Kirk’s sacrifice was the best part of the movie. Though I’m also fond of McCoy chasing around Jim Kirk with the medical kit. πŸ™‚

  11. >>I have to admit though, at the climax when Enterprise arrives, guns blazing, it got pretty close.< <

    For sheer scenery I also love the scene where the Enterprise is rising out of one of Saturn’s rings.

    But yeah, I also agree George Kirk’s sacrifice was the best part of the movie. Though I’m also fond of McCoy chasing around Jim Kirk with the medical kit. πŸ™‚

  12. >>I have to admit though, at the climax when Enterprise arrives, guns blazing, it got pretty close.< <

    For sheer scenery I also love the scene where the Enterprise is rising out of one of Saturn’s rings.

    But yeah, I also agree George Kirk’s sacrifice was the best part of the movie. Though I’m also fond of McCoy chasing around Jim Kirk with the medical kit. πŸ™‚

  13. >>I have to admit though, at the climax when Enterprise arrives, guns blazing, it got pretty close.< <

    For sheer scenery I also love the scene where the Enterprise is rising out of one of Saturn’s rings.

    But yeah, I also agree George Kirk’s sacrifice was the best part of the movie. Though I’m also fond of McCoy chasing around Jim Kirk with the medical kit. πŸ™‚

  14. >>I have to admit though, at the climax when Enterprise arrives, guns blazing, it got pretty close.< <

    For sheer scenery I also love the scene where the Enterprise is rising out of one of Saturn’s rings.

    But yeah, I also agree George Kirk’s sacrifice was the best part of the movie. Though I’m also fond of McCoy chasing around Jim Kirk with the medical kit. πŸ™‚

  15. >>I have to admit though, at the climax when Enterprise arrives, guns blazing, it got pretty close.< <

    For sheer scenery I also love the scene where the Enterprise is rising out of one of Saturn’s rings.

    But yeah, I also agree George Kirk’s sacrifice was the best part of the movie. Though I’m also fond of McCoy chasing around Jim Kirk with the medical kit. πŸ™‚

  16. >>I have to admit though, at the climax when Enterprise arrives, guns blazing, it got pretty close.< <

    For sheer scenery I also love the scene where the Enterprise is rising out of one of Saturn’s rings.

    But yeah, I also agree George Kirk’s sacrifice was the best part of the movie. Though I’m also fond of McCoy chasing around Jim Kirk with the medical kit. πŸ™‚

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