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    bejamus
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    KHAAAAAAN!!

    diabeetus
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    Star Wars > Star Trek

    DISCUS

    LordPartyTime
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    Discuss > discus

    However, I mostly agree with you. Star Wars aliens are more than just humans with face putty and aggressive eating habits. Those bloodworms or whatever it is that the Klingons eat just makes me queasy. However, Star Trek DOES have Patrick Stewart…
    Then again, you can’t really compete with the ensuing storyline of the star wars universe. I mean, there’s no way the Borg can compare with the yuzong vong, even species 8472 aren’t as cool.

    Caio
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    Let’s see… Well, Star Wars is about six hours of total entertainment, minus 40 minutes for Ewoks, 20 minutes for sloppy writing in Return, about an hour for all the crappy CGI added in, and two hours because the first movie was a remake of a much better movie. I’m also gonna take off a moralizing ten minutes as the force was a crappy plot-hole filling device, and because the prequels ruined the originals. That leaves us with “Empire Strikes Back”. Now, with Star Trek, you’ve got four Classics (II, IV, VI, VIII), and a few other decent ones. And… Read more »

    LordPartyTime
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    Caio, if you must be plugged into visual displays for your entertainment, then yes, star trek does indeed have more hours of entertainment. However, if you have the ability to actually read, then your calculations for hours of enjoyment are off by a tremendous amount. For your ethics, I did in fact get my womanizing and promiscuous attitude from none other than James T. Kirk himself. *hums I’m a playa* Star wars did not promote the slaughter of civilians, but showed it to be the true tragedy it was, as I assume you are referring to the destruction of Alderaan,… Read more »

    CMoorehead
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    Old Special Effects pnws New CGI. Older CGI involved an almost lost art of Model Building, and Puppeteering. Both of which were easy to believe in. These days movies rely on so much CGI the movies no longer have a REAL feel. I could look at a monster or a spaceship in the older movies and go, “yet, I can buy that.” Today I see a CGI monster or spaceship and can’t believe in it, as it looks completely fake. With that in mind I don’t think either one is better than the other. Both Star Wars The Original Trilogy… Read more »

    The Matrix: Rebooted
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    if you must be plugged into visual displays for your entertainment, then yes, star trek does indeed have more hours of entertainment. However, if you have the ability to actually read, then your calculations for hours of enjoyment are off by a tremendous amount.

    There is nothing “enjoyable” about the hack work of Star Wars novels. If you read Star Wars (or Star Trek) books, just shoot yourself: you’re already putting something far worse than a bullet in your brain.



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