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    I am SOOOOOO excited

    .....by Star Trek. I was never a massive fan of ST but I may well explode with excitement at this. Can't wait to see it.

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    AND THEN THIS! Steven! Tell me you can't wait. It's GeekSummerHeaven

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      #3
      I'm looking forward to both movies also. Love the Terminator movies, and just watched again Star Trek - First Contact last night on TNT or some other cable channel.
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        #4
        http://popwatch.ew.com/popwatch/2009...star-ente.html

        I liked this vs of StarTrek and the Death Star
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          #5
          I think the men in the films are HOT!

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            #6
            I hope both are good, I'm looking forward to them as well. My father always liked Star Trek but he's been down on this new film. "Kick boxing in space" he mumbles and shakes his head.

            I heard a rumor that if the Terminator movie does well that they show may come back. I liked the TV show!
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              #7
              Originally posted by RehabRhino View Post
              AND THEN THIS! Steven! Tell me you can't wait. It's GeekSummerHeaven
              I'm definitely excited, but the TV world has me a bit nervous right now. (Chloe may die on Smallville; Chuck and Terminator: SCC haven't been renewed yet; and Dollhouse, which just got good [largely due to Wash's outstanding, newly introduced character], hasn't been renewed yet. )
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                #8
                I'm looking forward to Wolverine, myself. Not b/c Hugh Jackman is a complete hottie with a crazy good body, mind you. Just because X-men movies always rock!
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                  #9
                  same here.............. my wife and i took my father and fatherinlaw tuesday night to see wolverine, awesome. both st and terminator trailers were on 1st, and new transformers, which i love.
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                    #10
                    Check out District 9. www.d-9.com

                    It's a good summer for sci fi

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                      #11
                      Rhino,

                      The season finale of Dollhouse (created by Joss Whedon) contained an awesome exchange. Context first:

                      Source:
                      Eliza Dushku plays a young woman called Echo, a member of a group of people known as "Actives" or "Dolls". The Dolls are people whose personalities and existence in the outside world have been wiped clean so they can be imprinted with any number of new personas - including memory, muscle memory, skills, and language - for different assignments (referred to as engagements). . . . Although the Actives are ostensibly volunteers who work for a period of five years, the operation is highly illegal and under constant threat on one end from Paul Ballard, a determined federal agent who has heard a rumor about the Dolls, and a rogue Active, "Alpha", on the other. . . .

                      Topher Brink is the scientist who operates the Dollhouse technology and uses it to imprint new personalities on the Actives. He has stated that the technology takes imprints from existing people, which he then mixes and matches to create the desired imprint. (Source)
                      Paul Ballard helped the Dollhouse track down a Doll gone bad (Alpha, a.k.a. Alan Tudyk a.k.a. Firefly's Wash/Zoe's hubby) last night (first time there).

                      The following exchange took place when Ballard was introduced to Topher:

                      Ballard: So this is it. This is where you steal their souls.
                      Topher: Yeah. And then we put 'em in a glass jar with our fireflies.
                      Sadly, no video clip exists on YouTube. *sniff*
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                        #12
                        not a fan of ST, but a huge fan of the terminator movies. can't wait to see the new one!
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                          #13
                          Yeah I'm excited to see it. I hear its awesome from Trekkies and non-Trekkies alike.

                          ETA saw it last night. Awesomeness.
                          Last edited by christopher; 11 May 2009, 7:03 PM.
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