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Originally Posted by subego View Post
How were the initial reviews on that last piece of garbage?
Meh.

In a nutshell, several people have said it's an amazing, big-screen TOS episode. Perfect balance of action and humor.

http://trekmovie.com/2016/07/13/firs...ngly-positive/

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I don't understand why you're being such a cynical jerk about Star Trek. Seriously, go taint another thread. You haven't even seen the movie yet.
All the reboot films, thus far, have been decent enough on their own, but as ST films they're just loud, over-blown fare for the ADHD generation. "Cynical jerk"? The irony of your statement is simply too high for me to form a reply. Go pound sand.

As for Ghostbusters, it's gotten a 78% rating on RT. That's damn impressive. "shockingly poor"? What planet are you from?
The one where Richard Roeper gives zero f*cks and says it like it is, telling the PC/SJW generation to suck it:

“Ghostbusters” is a horror from start to finish, and that’s not me saying it’s legitimately scary.

More like I was horrified by what was transpiring onscreen.

How could so many talented, well-meaning artists, who clearly loved and respected the original, produce such a raggedy-looking, thuddingly unfunny, utterly unnecessary reboot?

For months, controversy has swirled around the new “Ghostbusters” movie. The trailer was reportedly the most hated in YouTube history, for what that’s worth (or not worth), which led to some pundits saying some of that hate was rooted in sexism. Others said the fact the Leslie Jones character wasn’t a scientist and seemed to have a role that called for her to play into stereotypes smacked of racism.

Of course, people were voicing these opinions without having seen the entire movie. Well, I have seen it — and while I believe the concerns about racial stereotypes were overblown, “Ghostbusters” is one of the worst movies of the year for multiple other reasons, including:

Bad acting.
Uninspired directing, editing, cinematography and music.
Cheesy special effects.
A forgettable villain.
A terrible script.
It's simple: Most reviewers are scared of losing their jobs and don't want the crybullies to call them "misogynists" for giving the film a bad score, so they give it just enough points to keep it on the low side of "positive", keeping the hounds at bay. I saw it during a press screening last weekend (because a local reviewer is a buddy of mine), and I give it a 2 out of 5, not because the actors are female, but because the writing and directing is terrible. Paul Feig is what's wrong with that film, more than anything else (though, I have to say the FX are cheesy as hell, especially for a $150M endeavor).
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Jul 14, 2016, 02:25 PM
 
Originally Posted by starman View Post
Meh.
What a load of crap. https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/sta...into_darkness/

86% and a 7.5/10 average is "Meh"? You're going to say that after celebrating the new Ghostbusters' 74% (and falling) and 6.6/10 average (barely above the "positive" cutoff)? You're a hoot, man.
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Jul 14, 2016, 03:25 PM
 
Amongst Star Trek fans it wasn't very liked.

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Jul 23, 2016, 05:46 PM
 
AP is trying to spin this whole thing, asking for an explanation of how all the Star Trek properties tie together. What a dope.

Sorry, AP, it's called "derivative work".

Copyright Case: Can You Create Your Own Star Trek Movie? - David Lizerbram & Associates

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By the way, the new movie was effing amazing.

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Jul 23, 2016, 08:33 PM
 
I've only heard one person who said it was their least favorite, and they still liked it.

I've heard it described as a giant sized TOS episode.

I've also heard the move involves, get this... space exploration.
     
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I've only heard one person who said it was their least favorite, and they still liked it.

I've heard it described as a giant sized TOS episode.

I've also heard the move involves, get this... space exploration.
Yup. They finally did it right.

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The new Star Trek show has a name:

Star Trek: Discovery

Prime universe.

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So... it will start well, but end up with a tramp freighter visiting a new debris field every week to hunt for replicator parts.

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Jul 23, 2016, 09:11 PM
 
Nope. No episodes. Chapters of a larger story.

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Jul 25, 2016, 02:12 PM
 
Not a great opening @$60M, at this rate STB will be lucky to break even on its $180M budget, not counting its $30M ad campaign. I've not seen it yet, I'll try to get to it sometime this week.
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I just wish we could create a new genre for space movies without rehashing the same subject.
     
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Not a great opening @$60M, at this rate STB will be lucky to break even on its $180M budget, not counting its $30M ad campaign. I've not seen it yet, I'll try to get to it sometime this week.
That doesn't include the $13.5M from Thursday, so total is $73.5M since opening.

I'm sure it'll hit its budget lol. It's already at $100M worldwide.

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Originally Posted by Gearhead40 View Post
I just wish we could create a new genre for space movies without rehashing the same subject.
It's been tried. Studios, and the audience, are leery of new shiny things.
     
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Originally Posted by starman View Post
That doesn't include the $13.5M from Thursday, so total is $73.5M since opening.

I'm sure it'll hit its budget lol. It's already at $100M worldwide.
With an 80% take on BO in the US, and 70%, or less, overseas, we'll see. It'll need to take ~$250M to break even (probably will).
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The Discovery is one ugly ass ship
     
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Also USS Discovery makes me thing USS Lifetime and USS A&E were already taken.
     
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I think they're going with a "Space Shuttle" motif, in which case Enterprise and Columbia were already taken (and it's pretty reasonable that they'd want to skip Challenger).

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Well, Beyond wasn't horrible. It wasn't actively stupid like the last one, but kinda dull and just there.
     
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I place it around a 6/10, better than the 2nd, not as good as the 1st. I agree, it's mostly "meh".

Suicide Squad, despite the reviews, is really good, though. Best DC comics movie since Nolan's DK.
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I'd agree with your rankings for the Star Trek movies.

I'm theoretically going to see Suicide Squad this week.
     
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I give it a solid 7/10, 8/10 within the genre. I'm a big Margot Robbie fan, though.
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You know your movie's got a problem when instead of paying attention to what's going on, I'm asking myself "I wonder if it was a pain in the ass to draw that exact same trickle of blood on Karl Urban's forehead every morning."
     
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An example of the kinda thing I was looking for...

I want there to be some sort of Spiderman rig the Federation built for when the artificial gravity goes, or the saucer ends up on a planet. Instead of trying to climb the "floor", I want them doing insane, technology assisted, parkour-type shit. That's in Lin's wheelhouse, right?


Or, to take it an a completely different direction, during thr end credits, you swoop by a planet with a giant hole through the center. I want that. You know... imagination.
     
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In contrast, I thought the justification for the motorcycle was brilliant, but then the actual use was boring.
     
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I think they're going with a "Space Shuttle" motif, in which case Enterprise and Columbia were already taken (and it's pretty reasonable that they'd want to skip Challenger).
Their intention is obvious, however it doesn't change that 99% of the time when you hear Discovery used as a proper noun its in reference to the channel.
     
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And Prime makes most people think of a big truck.

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I give it a solid 7/10, 8/10 within the genre. I'm a big Margot Robbie fan, though.
I had a good time.

There were structural problems, and obviously could have used more Joker, but they didn't crater it.

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Their intention is obvious, however it doesn't change that 99% of the time when you hear Discovery used as a proper noun its in reference to the channel.
::shrug:: The first thing I thought of when I saw the title was the space shuttle. The second thing was the ship from 2001: A Space Odyssey.

Then again, I'm just an old geek, so YMMV I guess.

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Since this is the Suicide Squad thread...



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CBS, Paramount Settle Lawsuit Over 'Star Trek' Fan Film | Hollywood Reporter

Axanar, in its original form is dead.
Peters settles. Admits he was wrong.




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<in a sing-song voice> I know something you don't know, but I can't talk aboooooout it. </in a sing-song voice>




PS. Seriously, when you find out it'll make you SO mad.
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<in a sing-song voice> I know something you don't know, but I can't talk aboooooout it. </in a sing-song voice>




PS. Seriously, when you find out it'll make you SO mad.
Sure. Because you're the only one here with insider info

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I don't know about you guys, but I absolutely MUST know what secret Some Guy On the Internet is keeping from us!
     
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I don't know about you guys, but I absolutely MUST know what secret Some Guy On the Internet is keeping from us!
Probably Alec Peters' shoe size.

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Sure. Because you're the only one here with insider info
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I don't know about you guys, but I absolutely MUST know what secret Some Guy On the Internet is keeping from us!
Poor things, it's because the people who know have agreed to NDAs. You'll need to wait, just like everyone else.
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Poor thing, it's because the people who know have agreed to NDAs. You'll need to wait, just like everyone else.
Poor thing, doesn't realize how many people I know behind the scenes.

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Poor thing, doesn't realize how many people I know behind the scenes.
and yet, you still don't know.
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Poor things, it's because the people who know have agreed to NDAs. You'll need to wait, just like everyone else.

You realize that you are anonymous on the internet, right?

You could also just make up whatever you wanted, because you are Some Guy on the Internet. I agreed to an NDA too.
     
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and yet, you still don't know.
You don't know that. I just don't parade BS around like you do.

You also don't seem to realize that not everyone who signs an NDA honors it.

This just in - Random Internet Dude signs NDA, thinks he's the only special snowflake to know about it.
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Yep, as is often the case, you don't have a clue.
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Yep, as is often the case, you don't have a clue.
And again, you don't know that. Just like we don't know if you're full of sh*t.

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EDIT: Double post
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And again, you don't know that. Just like we don't know if you're full of sh*t.
Actually it's been clear for quite some time that CTP is absolutely full of sh*t. You see taken INDIVIDUALLY one could reasonably give him the benefit of the doubt on the things he claims. But once you start looking at all his claims over time in AGGREGATE ... that's when the BS meter starts registering big time. You can bet your next three paychecks that all he will do is talk sh*t with confidence but NEVER back up anything he claims with EVIDENCE. And when challenged he'll spend all his energy attacking YOU instead of even attempting to PROVE what he says. That's his M.O. And it's staring everyone right in the face.

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Actually it's been clear for quite some time that CTP is absolutely full of sh*t. You see taken INDIVIDUALLY one could reasonably give him the benefit of the doubt on the things he claims. But once you start looking at all his claims over time in AGGREGATE ... that's when the BS meter starts registering big time. You can bet your next three paychecks that all he will do is talk sh*t with confidence but NEVER back up anything he claims with EVIDENCE. And when challenged he'll spend all his energy attacking YOU instead of even attempting to PROVE what he says. That's his M.O. And it's staring everyone right in the face.

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But...but...he signed an NDA. He's an Axanar Big Shot!! He's a Dude on the Internet That Knows Things.


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But...but...he signed an NDA. He's an Axanar Big Shot!! He's a Dude on the Internet That Knows Things.

My point exactly.

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Actually it's been clear for quite some time that CTP is absolutely full of sh*t. You see taken INDIVIDUALLY one could reasonably give him the benefit of the doubt on the things he claims. But once you start looking at all his claims over time in AGGREGATE ... that's when the BS meter starts registering big time. You can bet your next three paychecks that all he will do is talk sh*t with confidence but NEVER back up anything he claims with EVIDENCE. And when challenged he'll spend all his energy attacking YOU instead of even attempting to PROVE what he says. That's his M.O. And it's staring everyone right in the face.
If you ever stopped lying, whether it's about politics or what other people have said, I'd probably worry about you. It's such an ingrained part of your nature that I believe you may actually think that way. It's twisted and a little frightening, but it's all part of what you've become. You truly can't help yourself, it's a disability of sorts and I feel pity for you.

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But...but...he signed an NDA. He's an Axanar Big Shot!! He's a Dude on the Internet That Knows Things.

I didn't say I signed anything, cupcake. Though I did make an agreement, and although I'm betting your word doesn't mean much, mine does.

Oh, and "Knowing Things" is better than being like you, perpetually ignorant.
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