Star Trek: The Original 4 Movie Collection [4K Ultra-HD] [2021]

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Star Trek: The Original 4 Movie Collection [4K Ultra-HD] [2021]

Star Trek: The Original 4 Movie Collection [4K Ultra-HD] [2021]

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There’s no beating around the bush: if you are someone who values the disc-based video quality upgrade over streaming, and the ownership stability that comes with home media, there’s no reason not to get this collection. Not only does this set include every TOS movie and all available director’s editions, along with every extra feature under the sun, but these decades-old films will look as best they can if you have the necessary hardware. It’ll make the perfect addition to your home media cabinet, and the Star Trek fan in your life will thank you. It’ll certainly satisfy us media hounds until Paramount releases a TNG movie collection, which surely must be in the works. Primary audio is included on the 4K disc in English 7.1 surround in lossless Dolby TrueHD format. This is the exact same mix found on the original 2009 Blu-ray and also the 2016 Director’s Cut Blu-ray. But again, while some may have hoped for a new Dolby Atmos mix, the TrueHD was good when we first heard it and it remains so. The soundstage is fairly wide across the front, though with somewhat more modest use of the surrounds for music, ambient effects, and directional cues (including intercom calls, computer sounds, light wind and blowing sand on Ceti Alpha V, and machinery noises in the simulator scene). The surrounds do get a bit more active during the film’s space battles sequences. Panning is smooth and natural, dialogue is clean at all times, bass is firm, and the score is presented in pleasing fidelity. Optional audio mixes are available in German, Spanish, and French 2.0 stereo in Dolby Digital format, along with Japanese 5.1 surround in Dolby Digital. Subtitles are available in English, English for the Hearing Impaired, Danish, German, Spanish, French, Japanese, Dutch, Norwegian, Finnish, and Swedish. While all of the other bonus features on the set are carried over from the previous Blu-ray editions ( fully detailed at the StarTrek.com announcement), the standard Blu-ray discs in this new collection appear to contain the newly-remastered picture — which is great for those of you who haven’t yet made the leap to 4K but are interested in the upgraded visuals on each film. A NOTE ON SCREENCAPS: At present, it is rather difficult to produce representative screencaps from 4K discs and maintain the full HDR color presentation for online publication. The remastered Blu-rays, which are based upon the 4K presentations, are what we can produce and share for this review. Star Trek The Motion Picture - Director's Edition: BD-100 4K Ultra HD + BD-50 Blu-ray + Bonus BD-50

Reunification – 25 Years After Star Trek: The Next Generation®• Star Trek: The Next Generation® Inside The Writer’s Room Star Trek V: The Final Frontier (1989) will be presented in 4K UHD with HDR-10 and Dolby Vision, boldly remastered from the original film elements; a Blu-ray disc containing the remastered presentation will also be included. (A standalone Blu-ray is also available.)

Star Trek: The Motion Picture Review

Coming to our screens straight from the 70s, 80s, and 90s is this year’s Star Trek 4k 6-Movie Collection. From The Motion Picture to The Undiscovered Country. The movies have all been re-mastered for the second time this century, this time in 4K. This release follows on from last year’s I – IV set. This, at the time, oddly omitted the final two silver screen outings for the original cast on 4k and blu-ray. But what would we Trek fans be if not eagerly ready to double dip? Especially on what will likely be the ultimate releases of these films.

The remastered editions of Star Trek II are available in the 6-film box set, as a standalone 4K + Blu-ray release, or as a standalone Blu-ray. Original Interviews with William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, DeForest Kelley, and Ricardo Montalbán (SD – 10:57) Audio Commentaryfeaturing Robert Wise, Douglas Trumbull, John Dykstra, Jerry Goldsmith, and Stephen Collins The previous master of the film seemed to take the approach that as much of this as possible should be covered up by cranking the saturation up in a number of scenes, most notably the ‘God’ encounter in the final act. The final result is that you could probably light up half of New York if you paused it at the wrong moment. Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country arrives with two versions of the film on 4K: the original theatrical cut, which was also available in the previous 2009 Blu-ray (and what most people have seen on streaming services to date), and the longer director’s cut last released in the 2004 Special Collector’s Edition DVD.

Well, that is gone in favor of much more natural skin tones in this master. The 4K disk as mentioned also includes the Director’s Cut. Featuring the late and great René Auberjonois in the Colonel West Scooby Doo-esque subplot.



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