Along the way, there have been many highs and just a few lows. The Motion Picture's Director's Edition solved many of the theatrical release's problems. Its follow-up, The Wrath of Khan, is still regarded as the series' finest hour. Movies III and IV chart Spock's fall and resurrection in quasi-religious terms, but also add welcome humour in The Voyage Home. Taken together II, III and IV make for a satisfyingly self-contained trilogy, which is one reason why the next entry, The Final Frontier, seemed like a disappointment. Khan director Nicholas Meyer returned for the superior VI, The Undiscovered Country, allowing the original crew to sign-off in style. Attempting to please fans old and new, the messy Generations ended up pleasing almost no one. Thankfully, the second Next Generation film, First Contact, comes in a close second to Khan in the series-best stakes. Neither Insurrection or Nemesis could quite match what had gone before, but both were solidly entertaining adventures nonetheless.
On the DVDs: The Star Trek DVD Movies Collection is a 10-disc set complete with booklet and postcard-size Nemesis film stills. However, only the first four movies are presented in their Special Edition versions--these have the same content as the feature discs of the separately released two-disc sets--and the Nemesis disc also contains a commentary, documentaries and deleted scenes. Movies V-IX are bare-bones releases, though, with no extra content to speak of. Fans will therefore not find this box set to be a substitute for the individual Special Edition versions. --Mark Walker
Second hand 20 disc boxed set all in excellent condition for a great £30 price tag.
A real bargain even though all films are not classics.
the 1st 10 star trek movies are the ones people will remember (especially the first six) im not really a trekkie, but i can watch these films at any time nice to have as i neat... Read morePublished on 24 May 2013 by Andy G
Its great to have the startrek movies in bluray i have a 3d tv so i can now watch them in 3d.
The box is great love all the ships on the sides of the box. Read more
This boxset was released right in the middle of them sorting out Director's Cuts/Special Editions etc. Read morePublished on 12 April 2009 by nightjourney90210
Fantastic product! Double disk edition of every film. In a great box. Slimline Dvds. What more could you ask for?! Read morePublished on 9 Oct. 2008 by Chrispy
i cant believe i nearly bought this set 10days ago but decided to postpone my order until next month, it was around 50£ now its 35£ my heart nearly blinked talk about a bargain,... Read morePublished on 27 Aug. 2008 by Sabrina williams
note: theres a new film coming out therefore its going to look silly with 10 films all together then 1 film next to it.Published on 3 July 2008 by G. Staniforth
Ten movies plus extras, you would think it would cost more, wouldn't you? In some places I've seen it priced at up to £200+, here it was just £50, that was with p&p added. Read morePublished on 5 Mar. 2008 by Reina H. Watt