Star Trek: The Original Motion Picture Collection (1-6) 4K UHD [Blu-ray] [Region A & B & C]

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Star Trek: The Original Motion Picture Collection (1-6) 4K UHD [Blu-ray] [Region A & B & C]

Star Trek: The Original Motion Picture Collection (1-6) 4K UHD [Blu-ray] [Region A & B & C]

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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. As is the case with the other films, while a new Dolby Atmos mix would have been welcome, the TrueHD was and remains quite good. The soundstage is medium-wide across the front, with pleasing use of the surround channels for music, ambient spatial effects, and occasional directional cues and panning (the pulsing signal of the probe itself is a highlight, along with the stormy weather on Earth, city sounds on the streets of San Francisco, and the ‘warp’ effects as the Bird-of-Prey travels through time). Dialogue is clean, bass is solid, and Leonard Rosenman’s score exhibits good 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. It’s undeniable that these are improved (even on the standard Blu-ray versions) over the 2009 masters though. The films all have a much more natural look to them and are rid of (invented) excess detail. The Star Trek Original Motion Picture 6-Movie Collection is available now from all retailers. New additions from the 2021 release include Star Trek: The Motion Picture — The Director’s Edition (3 discs), Star Trek V: The Final Frontier (2 discs), and Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (2 discs). The rest of these extras are quite good, a bit more comprehensive than those for the other films, including vintage interviews with Shatner, Nimoy, and Kelley, another fine Library Computer viewing mode, and a pair of nice Tribute segments. The only thing that’s not included here is the Okuda text commentary from the 2003 DVD and Roger Lay, Jr.’s The Dream Is Alive: The Continuing Mission featurette from the 50th Anniversary Collection’s bonus disc (here’s hoping it shows up in the next 4K box set—more on that in a minute). And good news, international fans — while this new collection arrives in the United States and Canada on September 7, it’s not limited to North America!

is a revelation compared to its previous bout on HD, being bright, detailed, well coloured and retaining a good grain structure, the image has never looked better. The sound has a very light upgrade to Dolby TrueHD 7.1 (from 5.1) but is still a bit front heavy, though dialogue and effects are well mixed and there is good bass. All the extras are ported over, but sadly nothing new has been added.

Dolby Vision gives depth and vibrancy to the colours, the deep greens of the Borg lighting contrasting against the lush greenery of the forests, reds and blues sharing a resonance, while phasers and blasts beam from the screen. Flesh tones are natural, and everything has a pleasing hue. In any case, while Paramount’s new Original 4-Movie Collection can’t quite be called perfect, the studio has clearly made a significant effort (and spent a significant amount of money) to remaster these films for 4K Ultra HD and greatly-improved Blu-ray release. The result is pretty impressive, easily the best these films have looked since their original theatrical release. And if not quite every bonus feature from past disc releases has carried over here, most of that content certainly has, and the new isolated score on The Motion Picture is a gem. Audio Commentaryfeaturing Michael & Denise Okuda, Judith & Garfield Reeves-Stevens, and Daren Dochterman 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.

This comprehensive 15-disc collection includes the first six big-screen adventures featuring the original series crew in 4K Ultra HD with Dolby Vision and HDR-10. ( Star Trek: The Motion Picture—The Director’s Editionalso includes Dolby Atmos). Both Star Trek V: The Final Frontierand Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Countryare making their 4K Ultra HD debuts. The set also includes access to Digital copies of each of the six films, as well as hours of new and legacy bonus content. Below is a breakdown of disc contents: Paramount’s new 4K UHD release is a 2-disc set (UHD and Blu-ray). Each disc offers a simple menu interface featuring the theatrical poster artwork for the film. The 4K disc includes the following special features:

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Star Trek The Motion Picture - Director's Edition: BD-100 4K Ultra HD + BD-50 Blu-ray + Bonus BD-50

For the past year, fans have enjoyed the first four Star Trek films on 4K in high-dynamic range (HDR) thanks to The Original 4-Movie Collection. That release marked the first time those movies were available on the top-tier home media format that is 4K/HDR, and we called it the definitive way to watch those movies. But, as they say, good things come to those who wait. One year to the day after that four-movie collection was released, Paramount Home Entertainment has unleashed what is now, for sure, without a doubt, the definitive Original Series movie collection: Star Trek: The Original Motion Picture 6-Movie Collection. What’s in the box?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.) 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. Audio Commentary by Robert Wise, Douglas Trumbull, John Dykstra, Jerry Goldsmith, and Stephen Collins​

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. Star Trek: The Original Series wowed TV audiences with the boundlessness of space a decade before Star Wars hit the Big Screen, but its first motion picture had to deal with a world post-Star Wars. Originally released in 1979, Star Trek: The Motion Picture became the fourth highest grossing movie of the year and earned three Academy Award® nominations for Best Visual Effects, Best Art Direction, and Best Music, Original Score. The film successfully launched the Star Trek franchise beyond the original television series, despite having been rushed to theaters with incomplete special effects and forced editing choices.

Star Trek fans will soon have new items to add to their home media shelves, as the first six Star Trek movies are getting released in 4K/HDR Ultra-HD — both as part of the 15-disc Star Trek: The Original Motion Picture Collection and as single-film releases. The Director’s Edition of The Motion Picture released earlier this year on Paramount+ is also getting a special home media release. According to StarTrek.com, "[The] collection includes four Ultra HD discs, as well as four remastered Blu-ray discs with hours of previously released bonus content ... along with access to digital copies of the theatrical version of each film." Ken Ralston on Models and Creature Effects Easter Egg (SD – 7:06)—Select ‘Right’ from the Production menu item



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