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Star Trek: The Next Generation - Season 7 (Remastered) [Blu-ray] [Region Free]

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  • Actors: Patrick Stewart, Jonathan Frakes, Brent Spiner, Michael Dorn, LeVar Burton
  • Directors: Patrick Stewart, Jonathan Frakes, LeVar Burton, Gates McFadden, Alexander Singer
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • Region: All Regions (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Number of discs: 6
  • Classification: 12
  • Studio: Paramount Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 15 Dec. 2014
  • Run Time: 1300 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00M821UQG
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 2,711 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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The intergalactic voyage reaches infinite new depths in Star Trek: The Next Generation Season Seven. Featuring the crystal clarity of 1080p high-definition Blu-ray, digitally remastered 7.1 sound, and effects rebuilt from the original elements, you’ll experience the mission of the USS Enterprise like never before. In this Emmy-nominated final season, Lt. Commander Data (Brent Spiner) confronts an alliance between his sinister duplicate and the unstoppable Borg; Lt. Worf (Michael Dorn) guides his son in becoming a warrior; and Captain Jean-Luc Picard (Patrick Stewart) faces a time-shattering confrontation with the mysterious, god-like Q – in the landmark finale that won science fiction’s prestigious Hugo Award. Plus, discover unexpected secrets of the Star Trek universe with a rich array of special features.

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Season 7 of TNG is not as strong as Season 6, but still very good. There are some slightly above average episodes, but no stinkers/bad ones that many people say there is. The point about season 7 is that there are not any that can really be called “classics”, with the exception of “Lower Decks” which was thought-provoking and stunning.

I liked the conclusion to the Borg plotline in “Descent, Part 2.” “Parallels” is a good episode, if somewhat overrated. “Genesis” is also a very good episode and a highly underappreciated one by many. But the highlight for me this season has to be the “Gambit” two-parter. It’s a fantastic story and something different from what we normally see on TNG. “Lower Decks” of course is my favourite along with “Gambit.” Another great story is “Liasions” which made the audience think about what is actually happening, with a humorous and interesting sub-plot on the Enterprise which coincides with the more serious storyline with Picard by the end of the episode. “All Good Things” is an almost perfect way to end The Next Generation, I love what they did with the plot and it’s very fitting as all good things must come to an end.

Season 7 does go up and down in terms of quality but never horrible like many seasons, most of the seasons did have that one stinker episode. I would have to say “Dark Page” is the weakest of the season, while having its issues; it’s still okay and watchable. “Force of Nature” also has some problems; it has too much technobabble but explores the characters well and has a significant meaning in its final act to do with space travel.

Overall, season 7 is a good end to the series.
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The image quality is stunning - I watched episodes I don't even like, just because of the improved quality. Note that it's still in 4:3 aspect ratio, so you get a square image in the middle of your widescreen TV, but that's just the way it was shot back 20 years ago.
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In one of the documentaries on the Blu Ray release of TNG’s seventh season it is stated that cast and crew would have happily gone on to do season eight had Paramount not decided that a Next Generation feature film was required. However having re-watched all the episodes again I can safely say that Paramount probably made the right call. I’m not saying that season seven is rubbish, but after the highs of season 4-6 there is a noticeable step down in quality. While there are only two poor episodes (the silly Sub Rosa and Masks), the majority of the shows are pretty average – still entertaining, but not especially memorable. For me only a few stand out: the second part of Descent, the Gambit two-partner, Pegasus, Parallels, Lower Decks, Journey's End, Pre-Emptive Strike and of course the outstanding season finale. Acting remains generally first-rate, with Patrick Stewart as brilliant as ever, and visual effects are also very impressive.

All the shows looks fantastic as a result of the blu ray remaster, and all the old DVD special features are here with some new ones thrown in for good measure. The three-part 90min Sky’s The Limit documentary is good but seems a little disjointed, and the ‘round-table’ discussion involving four directors/cinematographers doesn’t hold the attention in the same way as the cast and writers discussions on previous disks, and it’s also rather monopolised by David Livingston. There is also an amusing gag reel plus some interesting deleted scenes. I’m also pleased to see the Journey’s End documentary included as my recollection is that it was missing from the season seven DVD release (it was included in the TNG ‘movies’ DVD box set).

Season seven ranks behind years 4-6 and perhaps even season three as well, but the good episodes are very good and the blu ray release is outstanding with excellent PQ and hours of old and new bonus features to explore, so it still gets four stars.
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I am and I'm sure I shall always be a fan of Star Trek and the The Next Generation was the best! I have now completed my collection of all TNG in blue ray and can enjoy the series all over again. It is still great! Thanks
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Not the best season of the lot (I'd have to choose between 5 or 6 for that), as it tries too hard to get extra character development in here at the expense of being more interesting, but it does have one of the best episodes of all, ending on a high note with All Good Things...
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Item as described by seller. The incredible restoration project on this show is well known by now so I don't need to explain it here. Other than to say it looks amazing and even though TNG is a somewhat overrated show (Seasons 1 & 2 are especially weak) compared to the other sequel series, it's still very entertaining.
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The seventh and final season of Star Trek: The Next Generation aired under very different circumstances to when the show began in 1987. Back then it was a tremendous risk by Paramount, an attempt to bring the franchise back to TV and make lightning strike twice. Despite a rocky opening season, the show eventually succeeded. By 1994 there was already one spin-off TV show on screen (Deep Space Nine), with another (Voyager) on the way. Plans were also underway for the first TNG-focused featured film, Star Trek: Generations.

In retrospect it was probably a mistake to have done all of this, plus writing and filming the last twenty-six episodes of TNG, at the same time. The writers, producers and actors were all over-worked and you can see this throughout the season. Season 7 of TNG is the show running on fumes, especially disappointing after the generally excellent sixth season.

The season opens with the disappointing Descent, Part II. Aside from putting Dr. Crusher in command of the Enterprise and defeating a powerful Borg ship, the episode is a huge disappointment, wasting both the Borg and Lore and featuring a poor resolution. Episodes like Liaisons, Interface, Dark Page and Phantasms seem to forget that ST:TNG is a science fiction show and instead spend a lot of time messing around with dreams and illusions. Other episodes like Attached and Inheritance spend time changing character dynamics and relationships when it's simply far too late in the day to resonate strongly. In the midst of the disappointing and mediocre episodes there are also some outright stinkers, like the goofy Genesis and the quite spectacularly horrendous Sub Rosa.

Fortunately, when the show actually remembers it's a science fiction series with an action adventure quotient, things improve markedly.
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