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Went to see the Star Trek movie and I was impressed. However, couple items stuck out when you compare the movie to the original tv series and the other Trekkie movies. First, I don't remember Ohoora and Spock having a relationship. Did I miss something? Secondly, Spocks mother dies? All the other shows have her in it. Other than that the movie was entertaining to watch and to see how they all came together. Wonderful story line.

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Can`t wait for it to be released on Blu-Ray. Hopefully before Christmas,

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However, couple items stuck out when you compare the movie to the original tv series and the other Trekkie movies. First, I don't remember Ohoora and Spock having a relationship. Did I miss something? Secondly, Spocks mother dies? All the other shows have her in it.

Yeah and I don't remember the Vulcan planet being destroyed.

All in all an entertaining movie and hope they make more.

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You are correct that moms death was new. History changed when the bad guy came back in time. So from here on in their lives everything will be different. So they can make more movies. Which is fine by me because I thought it was awesome. The only thing I didnt like was the green chick dying. I thought the actors were very well chosen. I cant wait for the next installments.

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I also agree on the chosen acters except Checkoff. I don't know what it was with him, but he didn't seem to fit the part. Producers could make more movies or they could try and make a tv series again with them being young.

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I saw it last night and thought it was really well done. They did re-write history when they came back through time. I really liked the actors in it and thought they were pretty spot on. I would love to see more installments.

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