Written August 28, 2014
The celebration event for Star Trek TNG's 2nd season release on Blu-ray was a could-not-miss event. The additional material in "The Measure of a Man" and the extra features (bloopers, behind-the-scenes interviews, and 25th anniversary cast reunion special) added to the depth and knowledge of understanding of what Star Trek TNG was and continues to be. Well worth the $13 admission fee to see these iconic and thought-provoking episodes of the 2nd season the big screen.
Written May 24, 2015
This presentation was really fantastic. If the goal of putting this together was to sell Blu-rays, it certainly worked! Not only were we treated to two fantastic episodes of the series from Season 2 in HD but we were also shown lengthy snippets from the behind-the-scenes featurtte, the 2012 cast reunion in Calgary and most importantly -- the blooper reel! The signifcance of the latter can't be understated as Paramount has never been in the business of putting Star Trek outtakes out there for public consumption. These were discovered by the people going through the original negatives for the remastering, so in addition to never being seen before? All of the bloopers were in stunning HD! The whole presentation was neatly put together and I caught myself relishing the chance to see all 178 episodes in HD someday. Yes, these sets are pricey but if you are going to have a version of this beloved series on your shelf for years and years? It simply HAS to be these remastered versions.
Written March 29, 2015
We walked into the theater just before 7pm (the start time on the web site and the ticket), and the "Making Of" was already playing. I'm not even sure how much of it we missed.
The two ST:TNG episodes were great, and the cast interview (a bit short) and out-takes were fun.
Good for any Star Trek fan.
Written March 03, 2015
Incredible to see 12 additional minutes of "Measure of a Man" Totally worth it though it was basically a commercial to advertise the blue ray release of seasons 1-3.
Written September 01, 2015
Took a friend of mine to see this screening with me and he didn't get it. He said he was bored! However, the extended version of "Measure of a man" was very well done and there were some scenes I had not seen before and were handled very well. The story is very much current in modern times and touches on philosophical problems of the past as well as the future.
Thoroughly enjoyed this very much - of course - anything that Gene Roddenberry created I'm all over it. Star Trek was and is a very positive story of the possibility that the 24th Century will be better than what it is today. At the very least, it gives us hope!!