Star Wars vs. Star Trek: The Rivalry Continues
Star Wars Premiere/The Star Trek Experience:
Collectors' bonus! Enjoy the comprehensive coverage of the 1997 re-release of STAR WARS and the opening of the Las Vegas attraction THE STAR TREK EXPERIENCE. Also included are the complete interviews with Carrie Fisher, Harrison Ford, Liam Neeson, Leonard Nimoy and William Shatner.
Top Customer Reviews
To get into the nuances of either series would take forever, but the concept of compairing these two is silly. First of all, any preferece would be a matter of opinion. If you like big explosions and an almost western style of Good vs. Evil, you would tend toward Star Wars. If you like a more technical delivery of tougher moral choices, Star Trek is your game. Compairing them because they both have "star" in title is ridiculous at best, as they are in very different sub-genres. It would be like "Star Man" vs. "Star Search".
Star Wars is a space opera, and is comperable to Dune or Battlestar Galactica, two sources Lucas has admitted to drawing heavily from. Star Trek falls into a military sci-fi, and is best compaired to Babylon 5 or Andromeda. A clear case of apples and oranges, it makes as much sense as compairing "The Good the Bad and the Ugly" with "Moulin Rouge".
In short, get a life.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
come on dont waste your time . being a fan is one thing,but this is too much.Published on January 13, 2005 by jedijoe
No, I have not seen this, nor will I. I am a fan of BOTH and comapring the two is idiotic. Get a life, and don't waste the money on this.Published on April 3, 2004
cjr2 is obviously a Star Trek fan, so you can't listen to him. Star Trek is long and boring and is what the nerds at your school watch. Read morePublished on July 21, 2002
Hi, These other guys aren't even talking about the dvd! All they talk about is whether or not there should be a Star Wars vs Star Trek. Read morePublished on February 27, 2002