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Star Trek: The Next Generation - Unification [Blu-ray]
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The Federation calls in Captain Picard (Patrick Stewart) and the crew of the Enterprise to locate a defecting ambassador they've traced to Romulus. It sounds like just another mission, until it's revealed the defector is none other than Spock (Leonard Nimoy). With the help of the Klingons, Picard and Data go undercover as Romulans to uncover the respected Vulcan's motivations for defecting.
The audio and video quality for "Star Trek: The Next Generation: Unification" will please viewers. The picture is as clean and clear as we've ever seen it. New and improved visual effects help to give consumers who might already have these on DVD a reason to come back for more. The 7.1 surround sound places viewers right in the center of all the action.
There are a few special features included for "Star Trek: The Next Generation: Unification." Audio commentary is provided by Jeri Taylor and Mike and Denise Okuda. A behind-the-scenes retrospective on the episodes entitled "From One Generation to the Next: The Making of 'Unification'" includes interviews with the cast and crew. It also features a deleted scene and episodic promos for Parts 1 and 2.Read more ›
The episodes themselves look great in HD and I constantly find myself noticing the little details on the costumes, props and the work done with the lighting. I think it's great that the folks who worked so hard behind-the-scenes for this show can finally receive more recognition for their work! Standard definition doesn't do this show justice!
The included documentary has a few nice moments spread throughout and features several of the cast and crew.
I particularly enjoyed the audio commentary which features Jeri Taylor alongside Michael and Denise Okuda. The Okudas bring their encyclopedic knowledge of Trek while Taylor tells us her history in Hollywood, how she came to Star Trek, and of course some of her memories writing Unification.
The packaging for this Blu-ray is distinctive (you can see the neat cover design with Spock and Picard) as well as a surprise outer case that opens out into a large spread featuring the characters from the episode as well as that gorgeous new shot of the Enterprise from the Zakdorn Surplus Depot (see my customer image for a look!)
Some folks are irritated by CBS putting out these separate releases with unique content but I don't mind. At least CBS makes these releases WORTHWHILE with the bonus content (back in the dark times of Paramount shoveling out cheap garbage, this release would've cost the same and probably included nothing but the episodes and SD previews). Besides, it's a good way for Trek fans to enjoy some of the big moments in Trek without having to invest the money for the complete collection.Read more ›
The blu ray treatment adds to the episode by giving the viewer top notch picture and sound. The merging of both parts into one presentation makes this event easy to obtain for everyone from casual fans to the die hards.
Next Generation has never looked as good as it looks on blu-ray!!
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Really good two part episode from the fifth season (1991) of TNG with Leonard Nimoy guest starring as Ambassador Spock. Read morePublished 3 months ago by RONALD LUNSFORD
The show was great! The reason why I am giving this a 3 star is because the movie DID NOT COME with a SLIPCOVER as the picture shown.Published 11 months ago by Mark
With Today's Passing Of Leonard Nimoy At 83yrs Old! This Would Definitley Be A Collector's Item For All STAR TREK Fans! Read morePublished 11 months ago by Enrique Calvillo III
Meh...this has to be the most BORING two-part episode in the series...the writing is flat, there's no space action...just dull politics...and zero thrill. Read morePublished 18 months ago by A. D. Troche