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That Was Totally Wicked! (Star Trek Rocks My World)

Saturday post here everyone, a big deal around these here parts since today is Ralexwin's first day of summer vacation.

Last night we went out to "celebrate." We caught a showing of an excellent movie. I wrangled him into taking me to Star Trek and I can tell you...

WOOHOO!

That was the best movie I have seen in a long, long time. J.J. Abrams needs to keep it up with the movie making.

I'm giving it a 5 out of 5 here people... it was that good. Honestly if I really must tag one person I'd say that Leonard Nimoy was the weakest character in the whole thing and that says ALOT about how good it was overall.

I dreamt about it all night last night and now I can't wait for someone else to go see it so I can talk about it incessantly. So any other Trekkie Nerds out there who've seen it yet? I'm dying to talk it up.

Comments

Lisa said…
Ohh... I can't wait to see it. It's hard to get out when you have a really little one, but I'm so excited to see it.

I'm a born and raised Trekkie.
Amy said…
I saw it last night and loved it! Can I just say that James T Kirk will be starring in some of my bizaare pregnancy dreams now.
Jenn said…
Not yet...hopefully this week...Len is a HUGE Trekkie but has had to work all weekend...so maybe by the end of the week we can talk movie!
cannwin said…
Amy... I'm thinking that it never occcurred to me that Spock might be attractive until I watched Zachary Quinton play him, now I'm like... hmmmm. Totally agree on the pregnancy dreams thing. :)

Jenn I'm waiting for you! ;)

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