Kevin. New England. Some of my interests include sci-fi, sci-non-fi, music theory, humor, and Alaska (grew up there). My age makes me more or less a grandparent on tumblr, but I'm not really that old. Not yet, at least. But probably older than you. Just saying.
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I wrote this reaction on Reddit earlier tonight:
At the theater tonight, there was a group of about 6 girls, I would say maybe 16ish, right behind my wife and me. When Benedict made his first appearance, it was obvious that it was he whom they came to see.
But after Kirk’s sacrifice, and during his final moments with Spock, I could hear that several of them were crying.
I knew what was going to happen. Any Star Trek fan would know as soon as Khan was revealed to be the villain how the story would play out. I knew that Kirk wouldn’t stay dead. I did not cry.
But those girls were sobbing.
And I got it. I got what it meant to be a Star Trek fan watching a Star Trek movie that wasn’t made for me. And I couldn’t be happier about it because in the end, those girls cried over Kirk and Spock losing one another, just as I once did. Who knows how interested they may become in Star Trek, or maybe already are?
And on top of all this, I still loved the movie. Highly entertaining beginning to end without a wasted moment. Not perfect of course, but the positives far outweigh the negatives.
Star Trek as we old fans know it existed on television. If this movie continues to generate interest in supporting a show by reaching out to these new, younger fans, it won’t be long before another show is made. And then everyone is happy.
I think Into Darkness will be a big success all around.
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Some quick reactions:
“But, there are many secret plots surrounding Robocop…”
uh, everyone else realizes it says “Crassified” right? Just making sure. Odd since the rest of the L’s are correct.
I have updated the image to reflect the amazing truth about this amazing man.
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Tim “The Tool Man” Taylor - ARRRRUUUUUUUUGHH!!!
this might be the most important video you ever watch in your life. I suggest you press play.
What the fuck..????
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