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It is pretty sad. They left out most everyone pre-1990, just a couple of honorable mentions, of which Lisa Bonet should not be representative of 80's teen queens. I should know, I was a teenage boy in the 80's, and anyone who is or ever was a straight teen boy, you know that hot teenage girls is more than just an obses...more
Not only is 3D a cheezy gimmick to sell theater tickets, but it also alienates a significant percentage of the audience, people with regular prescription glasses.
Wearing 3D glasses on top of prescription glasses is really uncomfortable and awkward, and is just plain not the same experience as compared to folks withou...more
I'm not at all interested in this film. It looks like yet another film starring the computer graphics.
Show the public something with fancy graphics and toss in the 3D glasses and they eat it up.
I call it the "look.... shiney" factor.
Also being someone who wears regular glasses, 3D just isn't worth it to me.
It was 'ok' thats all I can say.
The plot is based on bad science.
The camera never sits still.
And I agree with the "Star Trek 90210" comments.
Star Trek just is not the same without Roddenberry.
Wait for the DVD, don't pay $9.50 (or more) to see it.
metallica is dead to me. Ever since the black album, which was marginal at best.
It happens to every band, the money goes to their head, they get too commercial.
James, Lars, Kirk, and whoever is trying to fill the space left by cliff...
RETIRE! cash in your chips and stop trying to pretend you are what you were.
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