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@linusa: This is a good idea. Since Spock also tried and failed to save Romulus from destruction in the Prime timeline, that makes sense for a couple of reasons.

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@barcaazul: For me, the answer to your question is in your question. It's an over the top live action stage drama!

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@streamline: lol... What if the canon reason is that he aged himself to mock Picard? For the same reason he wears a Starfleet uniform with a Captain's rank?

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@kevinjwong: If they ever do a real time leap forward, I would love to see another Dax host.

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@Smosh150: Zek is no longer the Nagus -- Rom is. Unless you want to see a thoroughly debauched, retired Zek getting sloshed in the holosuite.

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@gamingdevil800: You might start with Season 2 or 3 on Netflix. Season 1 is different in scope and tone from the rest of it.

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@balugha: Timon and Pumbaa were the strongest part of the movie, which surprised me. I thought that would have aged the least well. But the improvised lines saved it.

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@megagood2345: That was a great moment too. Spider-Man 2 has aged very, very well -- better than the other movies in the Raimi trilogy.

One thing I liked, and found really funny, about the Raimi trilogy is the depiction of New Yorkers taking bizarre happenings at face value, and just integrating them into the rest of their day. They see Spider-Man swinging around, and it becomes mundane.

There's a moment like that in the first Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie, where Raphael vaults over a taxi, and the out-of town passenger is like, "What the hell was that?" and the driver just deadpans, "Sorta looked like a big turtle. In a trenchcoat. You're going to LaGuardia, right?"

Same type of non-reaction humor in Spider-Man too.