Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country

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Commentary by writer Larry Nemecek and producer Ira Steven Behr Tom Morgan: Alien Stuntman HD To Be or Not To Be: Klingons & Shakespeare HD Starfleet Academy: Praxis HD Library Computer HR (Blu-ray Exclusive) Star Trek IQ (BD Live) Commentary by Director Nicholas Meyer and screenwriter Denny Martin Finn Featurettes: Movie-Making – Stories From Star Trek VI The Star Trek Universe Original Interviews Movie-Making – Art Imitates Life Production Gallery Storyboards Teaser Trail… More >>

Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country

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  1. i purchased the Star Trek: Original Motion Picture Collection, which contains The Undiscovered Country as 1080p remastered. If “Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (Remastered) [Blu-ray]” is the same version, then I am all set. However if it’s yet another remaster, then I am a bit upset. I can get a little compulsive with these things. I don’t expect to make another purchase of this edition, since I have it in the collection. It’s not clear if this is the same. As an example, TROK is now in Blu-Ray in three separate editions and I believe it is all the same restored version. I would understand if Paramount did the same for each film in the 7 disc collection to capture fans of each film. I just hope that I am done with this for now, at least until the Director’s Cut is put to Blu-Ray.

    Any feedback regarding this concern would be appreciated.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  2. Always liked the Star Trek movies and seeing them again on BluRay is great. If you are a Trekkie you definitely want to see the movies on BluRay and will enjoy them all over again!
    Rating: 5 / 5

  3. The plot of the movie is pretty simple. The Klingons (Man I’m such a nerd) are on the verge of extinction. Starfleet want’s Kirk and company to go on a diplomatic mission to meet with Klingon officials to work on peace between Starfleet and the Klingon empire, the Undiscovered Country. However, that being said, not everyone wants peace between the two cultures. It seems that when the Klingons beam back to their ship, the Enterprise fire two shots at the ship and disables it. Then two officers beam aboard the Klingon ship and killed the Klingon Chancellor. This pretty much kills the chance for peace. Kirk and company have to find out what really happened and who doesn’t want peace between Starfleet and the Klingon Empire.

    This really is a wonderful transfer to blu ray. The sound is crisp and clear and the images are sharp, vivid and clear. I can’t say enough good things on how this was transfered over. I just have one small issue with the Star Trek blu ray’s. The main movie menu is really lame. It’s the same image for all the movies, it’s the Star Trek symbol, and that’s it. The Star Trek symbol. They could have done so much and put anything they wanted there. That’s the only issue I have with the Star Trek blu rays.

    I highly suggest you get this movie. It has some wonderful plot twists and will keep you guessing right up to the end. If you get it for yourself, or a Star Trek fan in you life, you won’t be sorry. I know I’m not.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  4. This edition of TUC is the first and ONLY way to obtain the original theatrical version of the film. The theatrical version is significantly different (and better) in it’s storytelling than the extended video version available up until now. Not even the so-called “special edition” released some years back had the original version on it! This edition is a must for any fan of the original series.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  5. Wrath of Kahn is the quintessential Star Trek movie. The Undiscovered Country comes close at being just as good.

    As for this blu-ray version of the movie there is little I can say that is negative. My only gripe is that they changed the box art (although it makes sense for them as they are trying to re-image Star Trek). The video and audio transfer is near flawless. This disc is also loaded with special features. So far I have only watched the Farewell video to Bones as well as a few of the behind the scenes. It is really good to see that they tried really hard to make this blu-ray jam packed full of stuff for the fans rather than a rehash bare bones release. I have this movie on VHS, DVD and now blu-ray and each version has been worth every penny.

    Get this movie and let your inner nerd take over!
    Rating: 5 / 5

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