Star Trek: DVD Movies Collection I-X [DVD]
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Even if (when) more big-screen adventures come along, this Star Trek DVD Movies Collection will remain a fitting memento of this astonishingly long-running franchise. Containing all 10 movies from The Motion Picture (1979) to Nemesis (2003), this box set charts the voyages of the USS Enterprise(s) from the original ship's first major refit since its legendary five-year mission to the last outing for the Enterprise E in the next century. After this, there will be new ships and new crews. The most famous starship in the galaxy has finally retired.
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
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This is THE Star Trek boxed set to own - ignore the previous movie sets on DVD which didn't feature all the films, were missing extras and didn't have special edition anamorphic widescreen versions.
All films are presented in anamorphic widescreen with 5.1 surround and each of the 10 has a bonus extras disc - making this set 20 discs in all. Great value!
What a pity there is no booklet included to make this set that bit more 'special'. There is no information on any of the film cases stating the contents of the special features disc for each film. The only way to know is to load the disc into your machine and find the menu...
Otherwise, this is a great addition to the collection of anyone interested in Star Trek or bigscreen sci-fi. Each film is presented in widescreen format with good quality picture and sound. The films are as good ( or bad) as you remember them, and the price of the set is a bargain when you consider that there are 20 discs in all. This is the definitive collection of Trek films....
Behind the scenes featuretes are available on both Insurrection and of course Nemesis. All 10 DVD's are neatly folded away into what i consider to be a well crafted case. To my surprise you also get an individual batch number on the side.
I wanted a collection that really showed off what Star Trek is all about and i got more than i asked!!
The price is just right when you think about how much you get and how much it costs on rival DVD websites. Well worth getting it on Amazon.
The only grumble was the wait (about a month and a bit in the end), but this was only because of supply problems.
the boxset is very stylish and has a satisfying sterdiness to it. All the individual disks are well designed and slimline, clearly numbered and marked 'collectors edition'. the DVD extras are detailed and interesting.
All in all; a good buy!
The movies are overall what you would expect from the Star Trek films. There are the "great" films (even numbers + 3) and the slightly sub-par but still watchable "good" films (rest of the odd numbers). Picture quality is generally great throughout (although why 4 is showing its age badly I have no idea).
There is just one slight problem I had - the lack of extras. The first 4 films are the straight from the "Directors cut" DVD's (retaining their insightful commentarys) - but their "second discs" are curiously missing. If you are that desperate for the behind the scenes aspects of these films, then you might wish to consider buying them seperately. (9 and 10 have a small amount of 'extras')
It remains good value for money - and a very worthwhile buy for Star Trek fans.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Absolutely excellent. I was looking to get hold of all of the Star Trek films on DVD and this collection certainly fits the bill so to speak and good value for money as well, all... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Mr Ian Bejm
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
Put simply, this collection is the only way to have all ten original Star Trek movies in their special or director's cut editions without having to track them down and pay for them... Read morePublished on 3 July 2009 by S. L. Ramsden
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