Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Insane Galvatron, Jun 29, 2007.
Has the age old question finally been answered?
you mean they fight with words?
Saw this a while ago, it was pretty boring to me
Anyway, I dig both properties but am more of a Wars guy,silly prequels and all
there both good and im in the middle of the 2 lol i love me both even building a lego entrer prsie i piced up at a yard sell for a buck
got the bottem done lol the saucer is the hard part
I'm not used to being up this late. Stupid typo.
Ah, the tried and true excuse for any typo
Tyops is pesky bithcse
"Let's get the hell out of here."
That's right punk, you better run. lol
i'm more of a star wars person...star trek 4 som reason jus bores meeh 2 death!!!
I can't wait for the movie, "fan boys"
"lets get the hell out of here!"
I like em both.
Star Wars always satisfied my need for intergalactic cowboy shootouts.
And Star Trek always entertained my imagination about what could happen if NASA actually had funding.
Both are a whole lot of fun. I'll admit that Star Trek captures my imagination more than Star Wars...but, then, Star Wars is THE series for intergalactic shoot-'em-uppins.
i remember watching TNG during college and my brother was like, dude how the hell are you watching star trek man? then id tell him i like the intro with the planets and stuff, he was like, whatever.
Exactly, they aren't really the same type of movie.
Star Wars = Fantasy Western in Space
Star Trek = Science Fiction
Yes, there are some sci-fi aspects to Star Wars, but at its core, its not a sci-fi movie.
Star Wars has some sci-fi aspects to it?
Thats like saying Transformers has some robots in it.
I had forgotten that after Wesley Crusher left the series (that was a wise career move) they would get some random hottie to sit next to data and operate the controls.
"Ensign Attractive Broad, take us out of here. Maximum Warp."
The answer is they're both ******ed. *activate flame shield*
So, was it Riker's job to interview people for that position?
The point is that it's not a Sci-Fi movie, its just a western set in space.
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