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Star Trek: The Motion Pictures Collection (Motion Picture/ Wrath of Khan/ Search for Spock/ Voyage Home/ Final Frontier/ Undiscovered Country/ Generations/ First Contact/ Insurrection/ Nemesis)


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Product Details

  • Actors: Patrick Stewart, Jonathan Frakes, Brent Spiner, William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy
  • Directors: Jonathan Frakes, William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, David Carson, Nicholas Meyer
  • Writers: Alan Dean Foster
  • Format: Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.66:1
  • Number of discs: 20
  • Rated: PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Studio: Paramount
  • DVD Release Date: October 4, 2005
  • Run Time: 1141 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (269 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000A6T262
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #206,077 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Star Trek: The Motion Pictures Collection (Motion Picture/ Wrath of Khan/ Search for Spock/ Voyage Home/ Final Frontier/ Undiscovered Country/ Generations/ First Contact/ Insurrection/ Nemesis)" on IMDb

Special Features

  • The 10 Star Trek feature films in two-disc special editions
  • Commentary by director Robert Wise, special photographic effects director Douglas Trumbull, special photographic effects supervisor John Dykstra, music composer Jerry Goldsmith, and actor Stephen Collins on Star Trek: The Motion Picture
  • The newly restored, director's edition of Star Trek: The Motion Picture
  • Commentary by director Nicholas Meyer on Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
  • Extended 116-minute director's edition of Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
  • Commentary by director Leonard Nimoy, writer-producer Harve Bennett, director of photography Charles Correll, and actor Robin Curtis on Star Trek III: The Search for Spock
  • Commentary by Leonard Nimoy and William Shatner on Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home
  • Commentary by director/actor William Shatner and his daughter, Liz Shatner, on Star Trek V: The Final Frontier
  • Commentary by director Nicholas Meyer and screenwriter Denny Martin Flinn on Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country
  • Commentary by Brannon Braga and Ron Moore on Star Trek Generations
  • Commentary by director-actor Jonathan Frakes on Star Trek First Contact
  • Commentary by screenwriters Brannon Braga and Ronald D. Moore on Star Trek First Contact
  • Commentary by producer Rick Berman on Star Trek Nemesis
  • Commentary by director Stuart Baird on Star Trek Nemesis
  • Text commentary by Michael Okuda and Denise Okuda (co-authors of The Star Trek Encyclopedia)
  • New and vintage interviews, documentaries, and featurettes
  • Deleted scenes
  • Storyboard archives
  • Trailers

Editorial Reviews

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Spanning two decades and countless light years of interstellar adventure, Star Trek: The Motion Pictures Collection is a testament to the enduring goodwill of Gene Roddenberry's optimistic sci-fi concept. Long before Star Wars sparked an explosion of big-screen science fiction, Roddenberry had planned a second Star Trek TV series; the project fizzled, but its pilot script evolved into the first film in Paramount's most lucrative movie franchise. Despite its sluggish pace and bland "pajama" costuming, Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979) offered a welcomed reunion of the "Classic Trek" cast, packed with Douglas Trumbull's still-dazzling special effects. Trekkers were even more ecstatic when The Wrath of Khan (1982) revived the spirit of the original series, even though director Nicholas Meyer was a Trek neophyte. With Leonard Nimoy directing, The Search for Spock (1984) began where Khan left off, with a thrilling (albeit contrived) obligation to resurrect the formerly ill-fated Mr. Spock.

A box-office smash, Nimoy's The Voyage Home (1986) is the franchise's most accessible adventure--a high point offset by William Shatner's comparatively dreadful Star Trek V: The Final Frontier (1989). Meyer (and his penchant for quoting Shakespeare) returned for The Undiscovered Country (1991), a conspiracy thriller that put the series back on track, inspiring fans to invoke the "even number" rule in rating their franchise favorites. Generations (1994) gracefully passed the torch to TV's The Next Generation, bidding farewell to Captain Kirk with honor and integrity intact. Highlighted by the evolving humanity of Brent Spiner's android Lt. Cmdr. Data, First Contact (1996) explored Star Trek history with a logical (hint) surprise encounter, and Insurrection (1998) provided an adequate expansion of the successful NextGen series. Taken as a whole, these ten films demonstrate the consistent vitality of Roddenberry's original vision, stoking any Trekker's appetite for "ongoing missions" in Nemesis and beyond. --Jeff Shannon Most of the feature films were released early in the DVD era, but are represented here in their vastly improved two-disc special editions, which boast widescreen anamorphic pictures, director's cuts of the first two films, numerous commentary tracks by cast and crew, humorous and informative trivia subtitle tracks by Michael and Denise Okuda, and a wide variety of new and vintage documentaries and galleries.

Customer Reviews

Great set of DVD's.
Michael Yankovich
I'll always love the Original Crew movies because they gave us a look at what the original show would've looked like had there been better special effects.
Y2bjs Reviews
The DVD movies were of excellent quality, both sound and picture.
Barry K.

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396 of 402 people found the following review helpful By Jeremiah Klopfenstein on August 15, 2013
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
In May 2009, Paramount released Star Trek: Original Motion Picture Collection (Star Trek I, II, III, IV, V, VI + The Captain's Summit Bonus Disc) [Blu-ray], which contained the six Original Crew 'Star Trek' films ('The Motion Picture' - 'The Undiscovered Country') in their theatrical cuts, numerous special features both old and new and a bonus disc of brand new content known as 'Star Trek: The Captains' Summit'. Later that year, in September, the same studio released Star Trek: The Next Generation Motion Picture Collection (First Contact / Generations / Insurrection / Nemesis) [Blu-ray], which contained the four 'Star Trek: The Next Generation' films ('Generations' - 'Nemesis'), with identical special features as their previous DVD editions, along with a bonus disc of varied new featurettes.

Star Trek: The Stardate Collection is simply the consolidation of these two 'Star Trek' boxed sets; nothing more, nothing less. The 12 discs (10 movies and 2 bonus discs) are packaged in two tri-fold cardboard/plastic disc holders, which in turn slide into a sturdy cardboard box, taking up very little shelf space. Somewhat annoyingly, the discs are "stacked" two per plastic casing, so that one has to remove the top disc in order to get at the bottom disc. This is especially annoying considering that, with the 'Star Trek' film franchise's "even-number rule," the discs on the bottom are precisely the ones you're probably going to want to get at more often!
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223 of 264 people found the following review helpful By M. Hart on October 5, 2005
Format: DVD
In 1966, a TV show writer/producer named Gene Roddenberry (1921-1991) had an idea for a futuristic sci-fi TV series in which humanity has united, achieved faster-than-light interstellar space travel and joined other worlds in the "United Federation of Planets". The show, known as "Star Trek", was on the air for a mere three years, but thanks in part to the 1969 Apollo 11 moon landing, in syndication the show gained a huge audience and fans began to gather at "Star Trek" conventions. With so much interest growing in "Star Trek", producers at Paramount (which obtained the show from Desilu Productions) considered reviving the TV series in the late 1970's, but opted instead to produce a big-screen feature-length film.

In 1979, the first film, called "Star Trek: The Motion Picture", was produced and reunited the entire cast from the cancelled series: Captain James T. Kirk (William Shatner), Lt. Commander/Commander Spock (Leonard Nimoy), Dr. Leonard H. 'Bones' McCoy (DeForest Kelley, 1920-1999), Lt. Cmdr. Montgomery 'Scotty' Scott (James Doohan, 1920-2005), Lt. Hikaru Sulu (George Takei), Lt. Nyota Uhura (Nichelle Nichols), Ensign Pavel Chekov (Walter Keonig), Yeoman Janice Rand (Grace Lee Whitney) and Doctor (formerly Nurse) Christine Chapel (Majel Barrett, who is Gene Roddenberry's widow). Directed by the Oscar-award winning director Robert Wise (1914-2005), the film opened to throngs of waiting fans, but sadly, the film's story (inspired by an episode from the original series) was not well received.

Three years later in 1982, the second film entitled "Star Trek II: The Wrath of Kahn" opened in theaters.
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117 of 138 people found the following review helpful By Toby on August 21, 2005
Format: DVD
i'm not a trekkie but it would be nice to own a complete box set of all star trek movies released to date and finally Paramount delivers after years of disappointing "half-baked" expensive box sets.

Paramount have finally finished re-editing and refurbishing all ten movies and are finally going to release "Star Trek-The Movies Collection" all ten movies and for the first time, all in double disc special editions.This will be the first time that a special edition has been available for insurrection and nemesis, the last additions to the series of movies.

Movies are:-1. The Movie,2. The Wrath Of Khan,3. The Search For Spock,4. The Voyage Home,5. The Final Frontier,6. The Undiscovered Country,7. Generations,8. First Contact,

9.Insurrection,10. Nemesis
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72 of 85 people found the following review helpful By Kevin J. Loria VINE VOICE on January 13, 2006
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The Star Trek movie myth has it that only the even numbered Trek films are successful. This isn't a bad rule of thumb when dissecting the rank of these movies.

The first "motion picture" is a chiefly a milestone because it is the big screen translation of a classic piece of TV and Science-fiction history (I think about the life imitating art contributions every time I flip open my cel). As a movie alone, it is awkward. Star Trek II> The Wrath of Khan, best sets the bar for what all Star Trek features aspire to be. It has it all, including Ricardo. Star Trek III, is the best of the odd #s, but it works so seamlessly with II. and IV. that it's hard to complain, the Klingons return, Spock returns, what could be better. Star Trek IV., a lighter even number, features the crew's return to save the Earth, time-traveling to the present/80's, it's kinda Star Trek's take on SAVING THE WHALES. Star Trek V. is mostly forgettable, except for a few beautiful and moving moments of brilliance, like: "the death of Bone's father, meeting God and Campfire songs w/ Kirk & Spock. Star Trek VI., subtitled "The Uncovered Apology" (just kidding) is a fine wrap-up for the original crew dispite it plot holes. Star Trek Generations, is a poor introduction to the next generation of the Enterprise, it has Kirk's "Death(s)" in it, I wish they had stopped after one. The Next Gen. Character's are very cardboard in this-one, watered down for anyone new to the TV spin-off. Star Trek:First Contact may be the best of all Ten movies, it reintroduces the Borg menace with a intense roller-coaster ride. The odd-numbered follow-up, Star Trek Insurrection, earns it's number, while the even-numbered Star Trek: Nemesis ( or X.) is a decent action-flick with a clone captain that would have be more interesting as evil twin.
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Did they stop producing this set or will it be re-released?
i would also like an answer cuz you cant even buy the tng movies individually anymore
Jun 16, 2009 by Michael G. Mclendon |  See all 5 posts
Subtitulos al español
Hola Roberto, aunque te parezca increíble viene subtitulada en inglés, pero no en español. Abrazo. Julio
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