More than any other version, the Original Cast films were MY Star Trek.Sure, I’d watched the show since childhood, but the movies were new when I was in my prime geek teen age years.
The first time I tried to introduce my daughter to them she was much younger.She came in and out of The Motion Picture only because she liked “the bald girl.”I tried to convince her that the other ones were better but she refused to pay any attention, or even come in the room, for Wrath of Khan until she was forced to at lunch time. Of course, she sat down right at the start of the “bug in the ear” scene and vowed never to watch Trek again.
Fortunately, once she aged a bit, and became a big fan as we watched the original series on blu ray, her interest in seeing the movies returned.
However, there was a gap of over a year after finishing the show before we started the films.Star Warsand Harry Potter figured fairly significantly in this gap, but it turned out to be a very good thing for the first installment.
With the introduction of the Teargeekers, I thought it would be a good time to look back at a more conventional weep inducing film, the triumphant return of Disney’s classic 2D “hand drawn” feature animation.
Translation: I don’t have a real post prepared, requiring the need to dig up an out of date movie review.
Now that introductions and explanations are out of the way (click here if you missed them), and we’ve established that I’m pathetic. It’s time to start the list of movie scenes that create nerdly emotional responses.
Note I will use “nerd” and “geek” interchangeably.Some people will give you detailed explanations of the differences between them, in some cases using venn diagrams.
These people are extremely geeky nerds, or is that nerdly geeks?