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  • I like both equally

    14 16.09%
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    Re: Star Trek or Star Wars?

    Both suffered the same problem...they kept going on. First three Star Wars movies = awesome...the rest, not so much. First Star Trek series = awesome...everything since, not so much(except Wrath of Khan).
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    Re: Star Trek or Star Wars?

    The only Star Trek movies I liked were First Contact and the new Star Trek movie.
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    Re: Star Trek or Star Wars?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mellie View Post
    Star Wars. Hands down.
    People that prefer Star Wars are less intelligent. At least thats what I hear
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    Re: Star Trek or Star Wars?

    I think I’ve watched episodes of every single Star Trek show, and I know that I have watched every single Star Wars movie (several times). Further, I've read multiple books based in and beyond the star wars universe portrayed in the movies.

    I consider star wars to be by far the better of the two franchises.

    FYI, I’ve also watched episodes from all except the most recent StarGate shows (not to mention at least one of the SG movies), and have also watched at least a few episodes of multiple other Science Fiction TV shows - Andromeda, Battlestar Galactica (both the old and new incarnations of it), and a few others come to mind.

    Star Wars still my favorite.

    The movies four through six (first made), of course, although movie 3 (last made) is probably 4th on the list…

    Not entirely sure why I like Star Wars so much, but there it is.
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    Re: Star Trek or Star Wars?

    Are you kidding? Star Wars - don't even put the word "trek" in the same sentence. Are there any Trekkies who would dare even show their faces in this thread? LOL Seriously though, this is like comparing the Superbowl to your local H.S. divisional championship game.
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    Re: Star Trek or Star Wars?

    Quote Originally Posted by FluffyNinja View Post
    Are you kidding? Star Wars - don't even put the word "trek" in the same sentence. Are their any Trekkies who would dare even show their faces in this thread? LOL Seriously though, this is like comparing the Superbowl to your local H.S. divisional championship game.
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    Re: Star Trek or Star Wars?

    Quote Originally Posted by The Giant Noodle View Post
    Which do YOU enjoy more?
    Kirk, Spock, Picard, Janeway or Anikin, Darth, C3PO, Luke, Leia?
    I like them both equally. Although I do find it absurd with Star Wars storyline that people have the ability to build warp speed ships, space stations as big as a moon , space battle ships and all sorts of other **** but they can not replace lost limbs with life like human looking prosthetic limbs, cloned body parts, reattach a body part or something to make body tissue regenerate itself. Of course I realize starwars was made in the 70s but the newer movies should have taken that into consideration.
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    Re: Star Trek or Star Wars?

    I have found a way to make Star Trek more interesting though
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    Re: Star Trek or Star Wars?

    Quote Originally Posted by Redress View Post
    Both suffered the same problem...they kept going on. First three Star Wars movies = awesome...the rest, not so much. First Star Trek series = awesome...everything since, not so much(except Wrath of Khan).
    The new first star wars was garbage, Jar Jar Binks should of been beheaded on screen.

    Star Trek Next Generation was a great. Picard for the win!
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    Re: Star Trek or Star Wars?

    Quote Originally Posted by jamesrage View Post
    I like them both equally. Although I do find it absurd with Star Wars that people with the ability to build warp speed ships, space stations as big as a moon and space battle ships can not replace lost limbs with life like human looking prosthetic limbs, cloned body parts, reattach a body part or something to make body tissue regenerate itself.
    Star Wars... but only because they never made a second season of Firefly.
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