10 stunning ultra-geeky home cinemas

Re: 10 stunning ultra-geeky home cinemas

Postby Reliant121 » Sat Aug 14, 2010 4:41 pm

11:25 PM according to my forum clock.

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Re: 10 stunning ultra-geeky home cinemas

Postby McAvoy » Sat Aug 14, 2010 8:03 pm

Captain Seafort wrote:
Deepcrush wrote:Two good scenes doesn't make for a movie IMO.


They do, however, rescue it from being irredeemable s**t like V and Nemesis.

Or all three of the above...


True, but given all the extra stuff it's understandable that they didn't go to the extra headache-inducing design work of physically protecting the shaft. There's a good chance they couldn't have anyway, for the same reason they couldn't ray-shield it. Ultimately the only real solution was the one they implemented for the Mk II - shrink the shaft considerably and put duplicates all over the station.


So what two scenes in STIII? I am taking it involves the Excelsior and the Enterprise?
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Re: 10 stunning ultra-geeky home cinemas

Postby Captain Seafort » Mon Aug 16, 2010 1:17 pm

McAvoy wrote:So what two scenes in STIII? I am taking it involves the Excelsior and the Enterprise?


Yep - the theft of the Enterprise and her destruction
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Re: 10 stunning ultra-geeky home cinemas

Postby Praeothmin » Tue Aug 17, 2010 5:27 pm

Cpl Kendall wrote:I'd buy the Nautilus one, cause I'm a big fan of the book but I wouldn't touch the Trek ones with a ten foot pole. You can pretty much guarantee that if your not already married you'll never get laid again.


Trek does not scare the ladies off as much as people seem to think, I can guarantee it... :P

and I would definitely want the TOS-Movie style one... Awesome... :Drool1:
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Re: 10 stunning ultra-geeky home cinemas

Postby Praeothmin » Tue Aug 17, 2010 5:30 pm

Cpl Kendall wrote:Yeah, I was specifically referring to us. Most of the regular population and world leaders can't even properly budget their our money.


There, fixed it for ya... ;)
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