Star Trek - Enterprise: The Complete Collection [DVD]
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It was also set ten years before the founding of the United Federation of Planets.
So let's see: It is the year 2151 and after almost a century of being held back by their allies the Vulcans, humanity is ready to take it's first steps into a larger galactic community at last with the invention of the Henry Archer Warp 5 Engine, which has been installed into the first Warp 5 ship, Enterprise NX-01.
Of course the Vulcan High Command doesn't feel that humanity is ready for such a step, but it doesn't stop Captain Archer, the son of Henry Archer, from taking a Klingon home to his people after the Klingon crash lands in a place called Broken Bow in Idiho.
And it goes from there, Enterprise is the only Starfleet ship capable of Warp 5 in that era and the only Starfleet ship that's exploring the final frontier. And they end up getting into more problems than they expected.
Enterprise only lasted for four seasons sadly, due to falling ratings and complaints from die hard fans who felt Enterprise had ruined the Star Trek time line, even though they didn't stop to think that it's a prequel series and we honestly didn't know what had happened in the years before the Federation was founded other than the briefly mentioned Earth-Romulan war and the founding of the Federation, mentioned in previous series.
So how could it ruin the time line when so little about those years was ever shown and mentioned? I love Enterprise, it could have been handled better, aye, but it was very good.Read more ›
Regardless, you should trust what I've got to say, as the subject of this review is worthy of your attention. If you're reading this, chances are you're considering purchasing the STAR TREK: ENTERPRISE - THE COMPLETE COLLECTION, right? Let me help you in your decision: you really, really should buy it! For not only is this damn brilliant television, it's also the best and most underrated incarnation of STAR TREK and the box set is glorious.
The packaging is the epitome of quality. The silver cube will dominate your collection, and inside are all four seasons of STAR TREK: ENTERPRISE in seperate individual plastic cases. Each season comes with an episode guide and historical background booklet, a disc of special features including documentaries, behind-the-scenes secrets, interviews, outtakes (which are hillarious, and there are lots of them) and timelines of STAR TREK history. All 98 episodes are presented in full widescreen and come four to a disc, starting with the amazing feature-length "Broken Bow" and concluding with the emotional "These Are The Voyages..." It's worth it for Season Three alone: a season-long story arc with some of the best cliffhangers in television history.
STAR TREK: ENTERPRISE itself deals with a pre-Kirk, pre-Federation galaxy, circa 2151. Captain Jonathan Archer (Scott Bakula) leads his fresh, inexperienced crew out into the stars aboard Earth's first Warp Five starship, the Enterprise NX-01 on a mission of peaceful exploration. It isn't long, however, before they are targetted by the sinister Suliban, the warrior Klingons and the misguided Xindi... all the while being told they're not ready for space travel by angry, short-tempered Vulcans.Read more ›
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Although the majority of Star Trek fans were disappointed with this show.
I think the production values were of a higher value than both Voyager and Deep Space Nine. Read more
This is probably the cheapest place to buy the complete box set and when it arrives you will be impressed with the packaging. Read morePublished on 2 Feb. 2008 by Mr. D.
Let me say something now after all my years of being a Trek fan and watching and speaking to other Trek fans, the more hardcore of Trek fans will not under any circumstance ever... Read morePublished on 29 Sept. 2007 by S. Davies