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Star Trek: Enterprise - The Full Journey [DVD]
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Set in the 22nd century, a hundred years before James T. Kirk helmed the famous starship of the same name, Enterprise takes place in an era when interstellar travel is still in its infancy. Captain Jonathan Archer (Scott Bakula) has assembled a crew of brave explorers to chart the galaxy on a revolutionary spacecraft: Enterprise NX-01. As the first human beings to venture into deep space, these pioneers will experience the wonder and mystery of the final frontier as they seek out new life and new civilizations.
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As for the box set, this is a sturdy little box, taking up less space than the slimline editions with each of the four seasons packaged in a cardboard fold-out the size of a regular DVD case. All in all this is sturdy, stylish and space-saving packaging, which will look good in any DVD collection, but at £75 it is a little overpriced (considering the slimline sets sell for as little as £10 at the moment).
Okay confession time: At the time of writing this I haven't actually watched any of the Hi-Def releases of the episodes yet so I can't justifiably wax lyrical about the quality of the picture or the audio, although I trust it'll be great. I think the show was shot in Hi-Def in anticipation of it becoming the norm and thus the producers deserve a thumbs up for their foresight; unfortunately they warrant a slap for only rendering the CG special effects in 720P so all of those sequences needed to be upscaled to 1080 (tut-tut!).
As one of those nut job fans I owned all the episodes on DVD and have indeed seen all of the episodes a couple of times so from a fan's perspective I will say that contentwise I genuinely liked this show; I thought it's contribution to Star Trek in the grand scheme was largely positive and in my opinion it wasn't deserving of the flack it received from what was obviously a significant vein of the fanbase whose lack of interest ultimately brought to a close a golden age of Trek on TV. - Was the show really that bad boys and girls? -- Really??
Let's talk special features:
CBS have packed some fantastic, often feature length supplementary materials into the Blu-ray releases of Enterprise and I lapped it all up.Read more ›
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The most enjoyable Star Trek series we have ever watched. A good prequel. Like all Star Trek series some good some bad episodes but the acting in this series shows more polish than... Read morePublished 14 days ago by Nomad
Great quality blu ray for a series gone too soon. Lots of features. But disks are a little hard to get out though.Published 22 days ago by J M Harrison
The picture quality is amazing, the extras are great, the box is sharp looking, and it's Star Trek!
UP vote this review if you want DS9 and Voyager to be re-mastered on... Read more
If you can get this on sale this is actually a great set to own to complete a Star Trek collection.Published 2 months ago by AmazonReviewer
This is the Star Trek series I have waited for since Captain Kirk's TV show ended.
I guess TNG especially was needed to bring First Contact movie, as the prequel... Read more
While it's not the definitive Star Trek series (Deep Space Nine) I think this holds up very well. The series did lose a little bit in series four and series five was cancelled but... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Helpless