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starship mine

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#1 15 years ago

well i saw the movie excellent, but did any one notice at the end when the remans boarded the enterprise and data said intruders on deck 29, don't sovys only have 24 decks?




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#2 15 years ago

Also, did anyone think that when the Remans boarded the enterprise, maybe Picard should have just turned up the lights?! That would have been funny. Instead a battle, just blind all the poor blaggarts.




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#3 15 years ago
Originally posted by starship mine well i saw the movie excellent, but did any one notice at the end when the remans boarded the enterprise and data said intruders on deck 29, don't sovys only have 24 decks?

Thats a very good point, mind you after ramming the scimitar, I bet they had a lot fewer. :lol:




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#4 15 years ago

I went and saw Nemesis for the third time the other day. I caught the "Deck 29" bit, but I found something even more interesting: Assuming they are still on deck 29 (I think it's reasonable) The Viceroy ducks into a chute that goes DOWN. Where is he going? Not only that, at the very end when he and Riker fall DOWN onto the catwalk and then the Viceroy falls DOWN into oblivion, where is he going?

Even assuming they're NOT on Deck 29, they couldn't be that for from the keel of the ship, and the Viceroy clearly falls at least five or six decks worth. Maybe they added ten or eleven decks onto the E-E and that chute was where the Warp Core gets ejected... hell I dunno.




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#5 15 years ago

maybe data meant to say deck 17 or something cos i dout that the E-E has 35 decks!




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#6 15 years ago

Saw it the day it was released in the UK!!

I loved it too!

there is one thing that really annoyed me! I am SURE that all the sound effects of phasers, doors etc. are from ENTERPRISE!

did you notice that the hand phasers, and phaser rifles fire and sound like Enterprises phase pistols (or whatever you call 'em)

they've also updated nearly all the rooms and made them look better! which is one big plus!

you know when Shinzon goes through the metal bar (literally!), well I think they got that scene from 'The Terminator', cos same thing happened on that!

I loved it when they went through the decks of the Scimitar with that shuttle! that was hilarious! (and unexpected! I would've thought they'd blast through the shuttlebay doors!)

oh and BTW, I heard that Patrick Stewart has retired from Star Trek!!




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#7 15 years ago

i saw it too and i loved it the only thing that got me was how they changed some things like the torpedos looked nothing like the torps from the shows but still looked cool also did the Sov get a new type of shields because it was alot closer and conformed to the hull sorta looked like delfector shields i know someone smack me :rolleyes: what ever happened to the shield bubble? lol other then that i thought it was great specialy the reman warbird talk about a gunship ;)




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#8 15 years ago

If I read the names right in the one sequence, the USS Venture was also on the relief force...

*thinks for a moment, but can't recall the scene for the life of him now...*




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#9 15 years ago

Nemesis? Eh. :uhm:

If it had been a television episode, I might have been more impressed. Unfortunately, the story concept, though interesting, was executed with little imagination or flare. I ended up not caring about the plight of Shinzon - destined to go down in history as one of the most unremarkable Star Trek villains - and the Remans because his motivation and actions seemed arbitrary and contrived. He wasn't a serious enough threat to the Enterprise Crew because he lacked focus on any one, specific objective. My interest in his plan to harvest Picard's genetic material was diffused by his inexplicable decision to destroy Earth. Khan and the Borg Queen have ruined it for anyone attempting to play such conventional, pedantic antagonists: "Bad Guys by Numbers".

I'm still waiting for Star Trek movies to tell bigger, more involving and engaging stories. With Star Wars and Lord of the Rings offering such grand visionary fare, Star Trek's producers should be looking to expand the scope and drama of the franchise, lest Star Trek find itself forgotten by all but the most devoted basement-dwellers.




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#10 15 years ago

hey, galaxy class, another of those "relief" ships was the uss Valiant, and as we all know it was DESTROYED in one of the ds9 episodes,cant remeber which one though. it was a defiant class.(great movie too!)

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