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This was a very entertaining movie that had an great story line!
I know many people, even the fans, still don't like this movie because it is so slow, but I think of all the Star Trek movies, this is the most artistic.
It was the expanding of the human knowledge and wisdom, and it was a mirror on our society.
So I decided to jump on the wagon and watch all of Star Trek films, plus key episodes of both the Original Series and the Next Gen crew. Read morePublished 2 days ago by AndyAce
First things first: most films don't need the best format, but this one with vast vistas and digital effects does. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Beantown Jim
Nice to have, but don't be fooled- this is NOT the extended Director's Cut, just the original theatrical cut.Published 4 days ago by Rick Drais
Solidly OK; not much action for a sci-fi movie. It felt like an extended Star Trek tv episode than a full-fledged film.Published 26 days ago by Drew G
I like it because it is Star Trek. The picture and audio are fantastic. There is one problem however. IT IS NOT THE DIRECTOR'S CUT LIKE THE WEBSITE ADVERTISES!!! Read morePublished 29 days ago by Shawn Kinkead
The blu-ray description says it has the director's edition (under special features), but it's only the theatrical release...Published 1 month ago by TR
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The word is that the new CGI effects were only rendered at 480p for DVD quality, so they either must re-render them or redo them. I hope that they do as the Director's Cut is the best version of the film.
Dec 6, 2009 by Jeffrey Rickel | See all 2 posts
|Horrid picture quality for DVD?||
I agree, the picture quality is quite poor, especially in comparison to the HD version of the original movie available for streaming from Amazon
Jun 15, 2014 by mike | See all 2 posts