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Star Trek Vi: The Undiscovered
The Special Edition DVD of Star Trek VI includes two scenes that were not in the theatrical cut but were released on VHS: a briefing with the president of Earth (Rene Auberjonois, who would later play Odo in Deep Space Nine, appears) and a scene in the Enterprise-D's torpedo bay. Those who admire Nicholas Meyer's contributions to the even-numbered films in the series will enjoy his commentary track with cowriter Denny Martin Flinn. As he did on The Wrath of Khan, he talks about being an outsider to the series, the tight budget, and his nautical approach. He also discusses how Kirstie Alley was unable to reprise her role as Savik, and the then-new CGI technique created Klingon blood bubbles. The second disc offers over three very watchable hours of new and vintage interviews, featurettes, and promotional material, including a tribute to the late DeForest Kelley that shows clips of him in the old Westerns he loved. Sharp-eyed (and picky) Trekkers will notice that the disc 2 artwork is actually an upside-down scene from the next film in the series, Generations.
Spock and McCoy are dead. They looked dead in the movie too. I kept expecting Shatner to start shilling for Priceline. We are all getting too old for this. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Pete Rich
"I can't believe I kissed you" "Must have been your life-long ambition" This line alone is worth watching the whole movie.Published 10 days ago by Annieruok
As a fair well movie from the crew of the original series I stands up well and maintained the trend of the even numbered movies as being good ones. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Anthony P. Flynn
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Does this version of the DVD suffer from the footage being presented in Standard format with black bars to make it wide screen? The one i have now is like this and on a widescreen TV the result is a windowboxed movie and overall a poor quality video.
Jan 8, 2009 by Vince M. Pellegrini | See all 2 posts