http://trekmovie.com/tos-in-hd/hdtv-star-trek-tos-channel-list/Carson Dyle said:I've been unable to locate which station "Trek" will be broadcast over in the Los Angeles area.
Does anyone know?
Maybe they can edit in some newly re-recorded Nimoy ("The Ballad of Bilbo Baggins") or Shatner ("Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds") singing in it's place!scotpens said:Now, if they could only do something about the godawful folk singing in "The Way to Eden"!
The original stock shots of the Enterprise in orbit were meant to be stylized rather than realistic. If the shots had been done realistically, the Enterprise would be oriented with its bottom, not its side, facing toward the planet's surface — and it would be too tiny to see anyway.BEBruns said:They pretty much kept the the same angles, including the too small radius in the orbit scenes.
Well, here's to mediocrity! If it weren't for mediocrity, we would have no way of knowing what's excellent — and what's crap!My overall impression was they replaced mediocre '60s effects with mediocre CGI effects.
Maybe just as well, since Scotty is seen adjusting an obvious 20th-century camera lens in that scene. Or did they leave that part in?In terms of what was cut out, the only scene I noticed that was missing was the one between the couple that was going to be married while they were waiting for combat.
Thanks for setting the record straight.scotpens said:The original stock shots of the Enterprise in orbit were meant to be stylized rather than realistic.