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I think since Star Wars is coming out in 3 D then maby all the older movies in the Star  Trek series should also be remastered and should came back in 3 D. I would go and see them all over again on the big screen in 3 D ...what do you think??? I think it would be a good ride!!!

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sorry 3D is over rated

Star Wars and Star Trek has already been found in 3-D on the big screen,,,,

I know you like 3-D a Lot,,,

what I would like to know what country you live in thank you,,,,,

USA

I think it's a bad idea. Every time I watch a movie in 3D I end up with a headache for 2 days.

I NEVER get a headache and I wear glasses as well. Just wondering what difference it would make IF Star Trek movies came back in theaters like Star Wars is. I know the younger generation would be willing  to shell out the cash from parents to see  a old film in 3 D . And I don't recall seeing any Trek movie in 3 D EVER. I for one would like to see it !!! Interesting response....mostly negative....fascinating!

There are some like me who where glasses who can not watch 3D! as it give's me a headache this seem's to lost by those who just like to more cash £ $

I'm pretty indifferent about the whole 3-D phenomenon. It's okay, but it's also quite gimmicky and really not worth the extra money you have to pay for a ticket. Not that I'm against any pretext to re-release the old Star Trek movies though, I suppose. But 3-D cinema is quite over-rated.

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