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Star Trek: The Next Generation - The Next Level (Blu-ray) [2012] [Region Free]


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  • Actors: Patrick Stewart, Jonathan Frakes, LeVar Burton, Denise Crosby, Michael Dorn
  • Language: French, German, Castilian, Japanese, English
  • Subtitles: Dutch, Swedish, Danish, Finnish, Norwegian
  • Region: All Regions (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: PG
  • Studio: Paramount Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 30 Jan. 2012
  • Run Time: 180 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (66 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B006CEQNS6
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 46,702 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

Reviews

For the first time ever, you can experience some of the show’s most important and beloved episodes in glorious 1080p high definition, with true high definition visual effects and digitally re-mastered 7.1 sound--or with the original audio. You’ll witness new picture detail and depth you haven’t seen before, and enjoy spectacular visual effects that have been painstakingly re-created from the original film elements--definitely not up-converted from videotape. This “taste of tng” is a glimpse of what the upcoming complete season Blu-ray releases of The Next Generation will be like, and it will transport you to the next level.

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This is an English Language title with dubbed audio available in the following languages:
French
German
Castilian Spanish
Japanese

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By R. Shore on 31 Jan. 2012
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
Having just finished watching these sampler episodes I have to concur with the other reviews. Simply astonishing. You are simply not prepared for the quality of picture and sound or viewing experience. They are like having Motion pictures at 45 minutes. Thankfully they are in the proper 4/3 academy ratio in which they were shot. Why would you want them in widescreen. You would have to loose serious information to do that. The dire "World at War" anyone?
The effects upgrades are amazing and where the effects have been changed they enhance the experience. It's to be expected as a lot of effects simply couldn't be upgraded to HD as they were done on videotape.
I didn't even notice the 13 seconds of SD footage in "Sins of the Father" such was the very high standard of conversion on that missing piece of footage.
The freshness of the episodes is amazing. They look as they were shot today not 25 years ago. As one reviewer has already said, the preorder for all the seasons is a day one purchase.
Get your orders in now.

Roger Shore
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Carl Spencer TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 4 Feb. 2012
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I was very excited when I found out that Star Trek: The Next Generation was being converted into blu-ray, and even more so when they revealed how meticulous the conversion will be. This sample gives you a taste of what the brilliant Okudas, and everyone else at CBS/Paramount, are capable of doing. It includes three episodes - Encounter at Farpoint, Sins of the Father, and Inner Light - but it's worth noting that you're actually getting four since Farpoint is a two-parter.

THE EPISODES:

First, a quick word on the episodes. Encounter at Farpoint obviously isn't one of the strongest TNG episodes, but watching it again after quite a long time made me realise just how big a foundation this episode built for the characters (and story direction) we would all come to love over the following seven seasons. Sure, the pacing is a bit scatter-brain and the premise is very TOS-esque, but otherwise it's a joy to watch just for the memories it invokes.

Sins of the Father is, in my opinion, the strongest of the three. TNG did so well to turn the Klingon Empire from pantomime villains to a fully fleshed Alpha Quadrant species and this episode is just one example of it. Picard and Worf always had their best moments in these episodes, and there a fair few tear-jerkers here. Finally, there's Inner Light, which tends to be one of the most lauded TNG stories. Personally, I did find it emotionally devastating the first time around, but it isn't one that I would choose to watch again and again.

THE VIDEO:

Wow, there just aren't enough words to describe the video quality of the episodes... amazing, phenomenal, incredible and mind-blowing would be just a few possibilities.
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238 of 251 people found the following review helpful By Bertie Buggerington on 31 Jan. 2012
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This is in reply to all the "It's not fair, it doesn't fill my TV... why do I have these black borders at the sides?" people:

The ratio on the Blu-ray discs is the same as it ever was for Star Trek: The Next Generation. Same as it was shot in, same as it was broadcast in, same as it was presented on VHS and the same as it was presented on DVD. Why on earth some people expect Blu-ray to magically alter this situation is beyond me, but you only have to note the two and one star reviews to see they are. The series was filmed in 4:3, a quarter of a century ago, long before anyone envisaged that we'd all have 16:9 widescreen TV's in our homes in the future. "But I could make my Star Trek TNG DVD's play in widescreen", I hear you cry. No, actually you couldn't. What you were doing was stretching or zooming the image to fill your widescreen TV. This is fake widescreen, and something purists never do, but was quite easy to achieve with a standard definition DVD, on a standard definition DVD player, over a standard definition connection. This is HD though, and stretching or faking widescreen is not really an option. "Why?", I hear you cry. Well, HDTV resolutions are either 720p or 1080i/p... 1280x720 or 1920x1080. These are 16:9 'widescreen' resolutions by default. This means that your Blu-ray player HAS to display everything as a 16:9 image. In the case of films and TV shows shot and framed for cinema or 16:9 broadcast, it will fill your widescreen TV. Sometimes with small black borders at the top and bottom if they have chosen to present the original cinematic ratio. Now, when they are presenting a 4:3 image on HD Blu-ray... this same rule applies. It HAS to be displayed as part of a 16:9 frame.
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40 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Mr. S. Moore on 31 Jan. 2012
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A lot of people are complaining that these newly remastered 'TNG' Blu Rays aren't in widescreen, but that's because they weren't originally filmed in widescreen. The only way to make these episodes widescreen would be to cut and stretch the image, but as I've seen demonstrated, you then lose picture from the top and bottom of the screen. You wouldn't see more of the scene, 'cos it was never actually captured!
Why stretch the image, just to lose the full screen of what was filmed? You wouldn't gain anything. Instead, you'd lose half of the image!!

I have no criticism for this release. You could argue that they should've recreated all of the special effects (as they did with the Original Series Blu Rays)instead of just brushing up the originals, and in some scenes, they actually have recreated the whole image, but not all. That said, if they'd changed things too dramatically, it would've ruined the whole feel of the show.

Looking forward to the first season box set later in 2012. It feels great to be excited about 'The Next Generation' again. They feel new!
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