History Heartwarming / StarTrekIITheWrathOfKhan

8th Sep '16 10:53:49 AM StacyHD
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* ''Because the needs of the many outweighed the needs of the few.''

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* ''Because the ''The needs of the many outweighed outweigh the needs of the few.''
* ''. . .or the one.
''
28th Jul '16 7:36:48 PM SithkingZero
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** Especially considering their relationship on the show- finding a scene where the two weren't sniping at one another for one reason or another in their own way (Bones in his hot-blooded, emotional rhetoric, Spock in his cool, deadpan, logical manner) is hard to find. To know that Spock trusted Bones enough despite- or perhaps because of- this... it's heartwarming.
18th Mar '16 12:00:54 PM HeraldAlberich
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'''[=McCoy:=]''' He's not really dead, as long as we remember him.

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'''[=McCoy:=]''' -->'''[=McCoy:=]''' He's not really dead, as long as we remember him.
18th Mar '16 12:00:40 PM HeraldAlberich
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* "You are my superior officer. You are also my friend. I have been and always shall be yours." It has a [[TearJerker heartbreaking]] callback later, but the initial moment warms the heart indeed. Perhaps even ''more'' heartwarming in the way Spock says it - a simple, matter-of-fact utterance, as though it's an essential, inevitable and natural part of who he is. He could have been reeling off "Spock, son of Sarek and Amanda, Science Officer and First Officer of the Starship ''Enterprise'', friend to Captain James T. Kirk..." And considering Spock's personality, for him to matter-of-factly accept any emotion whatsoever...! Yeah. Whatever the nature of their relationship was, those two men ''loved'' each other.

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* "You are my superior officer. You are also my friend. I have been and always shall be yours." It has a [[TearJerker heartbreaking]] callback later, but the initial moment warms the heart indeed. Perhaps even ''more'' heartwarming in the way Spock says it - a it--a simple, matter-of-fact utterance, as though it's an essential, inevitable and natural part of who he is. He could have been reeling off "Spock, son of Sarek and Amanda, Science Officer and First Officer of the Starship ''Enterprise'', friend to Captain James T. Kirk..." And considering Spock's personality, for him to matter-of-factly accept any emotion whatsoever...! Yeah. Whatever the nature of their relationship was, those two men ''loved'' each other.



* The reconciliation scene between Kirk and his son - "I'm proud....very proud..to be your son."

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* The reconciliation scene between Kirk and his son - son: "I'm proud....proud... very proud..proud... to be your son."



* Bones' last line of the movie, especially [[HeartwarmingInHindsight now that Leonard Nimoy has passed away]]
** "He's not really dead, as long as we remember him."

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* Bones' last line of the movie, especially [[HeartwarmingInHindsight now that Leonard Nimoy has passed away]]
** "He's
away]].
'''[=McCoy:=]''' He's
not really dead, as long as we remember him."
28th Feb '15 1:01:59 PM Rotide
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* Over the course of the TV series and films we've seen Spock and Bones argue about just about anything but in this film they are both in total agreement, albeit in different scenes, that Jim accepting promotion was a huge mistake on his part and they urge him to get back his command. It's nice to see them finally agree on something.

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* Over the course of the TV series and films we've seen Spock and Bones argue about just about anything but in this film they are both in total agreement, albeit in different scenes, that Jim accepting promotion was a huge mistake on his part and they urge him to get back his command. It's nice to see them finally agree on something.something.
* Bones' last line of the movie, especially [[HeartwarmingInHindsight now that Leonard Nimoy has passed away]]
** "He's not really dead, as long as we remember him."
29th Apr '14 7:43:31 PM jacenskylo
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* "I feel... young." The whole theme of new life and new beginnings, even after death and tragedy, is truly heartwarming.

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* "I feel... young." The whole theme of new life and new beginnings, even after death and tragedy, is truly heartwarming.heartwarming.
* Over the course of the TV series and films we've seen Spock and Bones argue about just about anything but in this film they are both in total agreement, albeit in different scenes, that Jim accepting promotion was a huge mistake on his part and they urge him to get back his command. It's nice to see them finally agree on something.
1st Sep '13 11:40:48 PM SithkingZero
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24th May '13 5:40:03 AM Arlecchinasaurus
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* Spock [[spoiler: giving his katra]] to Bones. [[ThePowerofTrust Talk about the ultimate expression of trust.]]

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* Spock [[spoiler: giving his katra]] to Bones. [[ThePowerofTrust Talk about the ultimate expression of trust.]]]]
* "I feel... young." The whole theme of new life and new beginnings, even after death and tragedy, is truly heartwarming.
24th Aug '11 11:12:59 AM StClair
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* "You are my superior officer. You are also my friend. I have been and always shall be yours." It has a [[TearJerker heartbreaking]] callback later, but the initial moment warms the heart indeed. Perhaps even ''more'' heartwarming in the way Spock says it - a simple, matter-of-fact utterance, as though it's an essential, inevitable and natural part of who he is. He could have been reeling off "Spock, son of Sarek, Science Officer and First Officer of the Starship ''Enterprise'', friend to Captain James T. Kirk..." And considering Spock's personality, for him to matter-of-factly accept any emotion whatsoever...! Yeah. Whatever the nature of their relationship was, those two men ''loved'' each other.

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* "You are my superior officer. You are also my friend. I have been and always shall be yours." It has a [[TearJerker heartbreaking]] callback later, but the initial moment warms the heart indeed. Perhaps even ''more'' heartwarming in the way Spock says it - a simple, matter-of-fact utterance, as though it's an essential, inevitable and natural part of who he is. He could have been reeling off "Spock, son of Sarek, Sarek and Amanda, Science Officer and First Officer of the Starship ''Enterprise'', friend to Captain James T. Kirk..." And considering Spock's personality, for him to matter-of-factly accept any emotion whatsoever...! Yeah. Whatever the nature of their relationship was, those two men ''loved'' each other.
30th Apr '11 1:12:57 AM euterpe
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* Spock [[spoiler: giving his katra]] to Bones. [[ThePowerofTrust Talk about the ultimate expression of trust.]]
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