Question with boldness even the existence of a God; because, if there be one, he must more approve of the homage of reason, than that of blind-folded fear.
Of all of them, he was the one most guilty of doing an impression, rather than an interpretation. But it was done so well ... I forgot he was Karl Urban within minutes. The voice, the face, the mannerisms; he's a bit too big and buff, but other than that, he nailed it. And he was funny, too. "I don't know ... but I like 'im."
I liked him too!
I do agree with Kennedy he was "most guilty of an impression" but Kirk (Chris Pine) would occasionally mimic William Shatner in his performance, but I think it was more for the laughs.By the way, on the internet its called "re-bloggig" not thievery. ;-)
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