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Fun Finds: How 'Star Trek' Should've Ended

Star Trek toonThere's a comedy group online that puts out these How [Insert Movie] Should've Ended animated shorts, and to date they've tackled films like Avatar, The Wizard of Oz, Twilight, Transformers, Spider-Man 3 and a whole bunch in between. Most of them are pretty funny (mainly on a surface level), and if you have a few minutes to kill today I suggest you check a few of them out (here's their official YouTube page).

Their latest video is a little late to the game (considering Star Trek came out almost a year ago), but one imagines it takes time to piece together the animation for something like this. Here, they show you how Star Trek should've ended, and while I feel they went the somewhat clichéd route when it comes to their big finale, it's still worth a watch, if nothing for the pretty hilarious character impersonations and quirks.
Check out the video below and let us know what you think. Did you like the way Star Trek ended, or would you have wanted to see the William Shatner cameo that was originally planned?

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