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  • Language: German, French, Spanish, Italian, English
  • Subtitles: English, Arabic, Croatian, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Norwegian, Spanish, Portuguese, Swedish
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region B/2 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 2.35:1
  • Classification: 12
  • Studio: Paramount Pictures Germany GmbH
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (71 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00BU6MU8I

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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 11 Mar. 2004
Format: DVD
Just like all the films in this series, Paramount initially released a bare-bones edition when dvd's first came out, finally now this film gets the special edition treatment it deserves.
Although often paling in comparision with ST:2, Undiscovered Country is very underrated and easily one of the contenders for best in series. Carrying on some of the themes from Khan, such as old age and fear of change and combining them with an intelligent and effective plot. This is what the TNG crew should have had, a dignified exit, going out with an emotional bang, instead of a pyrotechnic whimper.
On the dvd there are multiple featurettes and you realise just what an arduous process it was to get this made. Nicholas Meyer confirms all the "rumours" that this film was based on "the wall coming down" and in the commentary actually talks a lot about politics and history which play a central theme. The final farewell is interesting and the tribute to DeForest Kelly is a touching finale.
All in all a fine package
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Mr. G. Robinson VINE VOICE on 27 Jan. 2012
Format: DVD
Star Trek 6 The Undiscovered County is a welcome return to form for the Star Trek franchise after the disappointment that was The Final Frontier. Helmed, with confidence, by long term Star Trek stalwart Nicholas Meyer, The Undiscovered Country tells a story of disaster, political intrigue, cover up, assassination and treason within the ranks. The Federation may not be as squeaky clean as we had been led to believe.

After a disaster on a Klingon moon, it is soon realised that the Klingon race is doomed and needs the help of the Federation, and needs it fast. Kirk and his crew are asked to escort Klingon Politicians to Earth for talks on peace and reconciliation. On route however an assassination of a major Klingon politician in favour of peace with the Federation takes place. All the evidence shows that the Enterprise and its crew are to blame. Kirk and McCoy are held prisoner and sent to a penal colony were they are sure to die within a few days. The remaining crew must find the real culprits and save their colleagues.

With political parallels that most people will recognise, The undiscovered Country is an unabashed political thriller masquerading as a science fiction film, and it works wonderfully. The script is intelligent but not overly confusing, as political thrillers sometimes are. The performances, especially Kim Catrell as the new Vulcan deck officer, taking over for Sulu who now captains his own ship, and Christopher Plummer as a wonderfully Shakespearian old school warlike general, opposed to peace, are first rate. Nicholas Meyers assured and inventive hand in the Directors chair can be felt throughout and you feel like you are watching a film with a proper story to tell.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By P. Scaplehorn on 23 Jun. 2009
Format: Blu-ray
I had some doubts about getting this film. It is probably my favourite of the motion pictures, narrowly beating Wrath of Khan. The reviews I read suggested the transfer to blu-ray was not too hot. Having seen it I think it's actually much better than Khan.

I first saw this film at home on an early Philips Disk Player (VCD?) and I thought it was good then, but on blu-ray it is stunning. Christopher Plummer is great as are the rest of the cast and watch out for Christian Slater's bizarre cameo and Kim Katrell's even stranger hair-do!

I'm buying these one by one - first II, now VI and soon IV -
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By denis_b on 2 Sept. 2011
Format: Blu-ray
I'm referring to the 2009 blu-ray version.
Here's why I'm writing this: the dvd (NOT the spec ed, just the normal dvd) had an important scene in it which was not part of the theatrical edition: Star Fleet officers approach the president with a plan the retrieve the hostages (Kirk and McCoy) by force, thereby provoking an all-out war, which they intend to use as an opportunity to destroy the Klingon empire. ("Mr president, we can clear their chronometers". This scene mirrors the one in which Klingon officers make a similar suggestion to their chancellor.)
If you know this scene from the dvd, be warned that it's not on the blu-ray - not even as a deleted scene. (There are no deleted scenes at all.) If you preferred the theatrical edition all along, you don't have a problem.
The story itself has been reviewed here, so all I say is judge for yourself if you like the story of the iron curtain coming down in space. I think it has some flaws, but it's still a good ending for Kirk's crew.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By net4nick@yahoo.com on 13 Sept. 2000
Format: VHS Tape
A very dark film which is by no means a bad thing. Startrek VI - 'The Undescovered Country' opens with James Horners equally sinester muscial score that is far more effective than his orchestrations for Startrek II - The Wrath of Khan. The film combines humour and ingenuity, such as the crew of the Enterprise's attempts at speaking Klingon to avaid detection by an enemy look-out post. The ship battling action is impressive and Kirk and McCoy's Jail break provides a parallel dramatic narrative as the pair try to survive on this desolate planet. A truly atmospheric film - go buy it!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By rbmusicman TOP 100 REVIEWER on 28 May 2014
Format: Blu-ray
This the sixth and final 'Star-Trek' movie that includes the leading lights of the
long running 'T.V series.
'William Shatner' (Kirk)
'Leonard Nimoy' (Spock)
'DeForest Kelley' (McCoy)
'James Doohan' (Scotty)
'Walter Koenig' (Chekov)
'Nichelle Nichols (Uhuru)
'George Takei' (Sulu)
A massive explosion is witnessed by 'Captain Sulu' and his crew on the Star-ship
Excelsior' on a 'Klingon' moon.
'Captain Kirk' and his crew thocrewugh on the verge of retiring from active service in a
few months time, are, despite 'Kirk's' dislike and mistrust of the 'Klingons' ordered
to escort a 'Klingon' Chancellor to Star-Fleet base for talks.
The 'Klingon's' planet will die in fifty years time, a situation that has to be resolved.
After a peaceful liason and dinner hosted on 'S. S Enterprise' it appears the Star
-Ship has fired upon the 'Klingon' vessel followed seemingly by two 'Enterprise'
crew members boarding and killing the Chancellor.
'Kirk' and 'Bones' go to the 'Bird-of-Prey' to offer help, the two are arrested by the 'Klingon'
crew, a trial follows at a 'Klingon' court, the two are sentenced to hard-labour in a mine
from where there is seemingly no escape.....though 'Kirk' may have other ideas.
The situation is fragile, an all out war could follow unless the truth of the unprovoked attack
can be found.
'Spock' is of course trying to solve the mystery and save his colleague and friends from
certain death.
But, who has conspired to destroy the forthcoming peace talks between the Federation and
the 'Klingon' empire.
'Christopher Plummer' and 'David Warner' feature as 'Klingons'
A superb finally for 'Kirk' and his crew of the S.S Enterprise.
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