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Wish I could have actually seen it!

By fitzy1971
Written October 23, 2014
Went with a great group of friends to see this but the theater had nothing less than immense technical difficulties. We sat there for an hour among the other 200 angry Trekkies to no avail. Left disappointed and watched the episodes on our iPhones at a local restaurant instead. Major Bummer! We did all get our money back and free tickets, only plus side.
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Star Trek: The Next Generation - A celebration of Season 2

By revmichaelm
Written July 29, 2015
I love the show, seeing it on the big screen is very different then on the small screen (tv). I love the extra clips of the interviews, and the bloppers. I like hearing the other people laugh at the bloppers. When is season 3 coming to the theaters? beam me in for that one too.
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TNG forever!

By Riker17_4Stars
Written July 31, 2014
I am a die-hard TNG fan, thus my review is very biased and one-sided. Nothing negative can or will be said about that series by me, ever! The experience was awesome and worth the money! Thank you.
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The greatest Trek generation

By GeneD5
Written April 18, 2015
I joined fellow SF fans at the screening of remastered Season 2 episodes of Star Trek: the Next Generation. I enjoyed the camaraderie, special features, and look back at one of the best space opera TV shows as it hit its prime 25 years ago. "Q Who?" introduced the Borg, which would become one of the franchise's greatest villains. John de Lancie's mischief maker played off nicely against Patrick Stewart's Capt. Picard and the rest of the crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise. The remastered special effects were clean, although the colors or lighting seemed a bit too dark at times. The audio was excellent, with the starship sounds more pronounced during the opening credits and space battles. "A Measure of a Man" included 13 minutes of restored scenes from Melinda Snodgrass' thoughtful script. Jonathan Frakes as Cmdr. Riker, Stewart, and Brent Spiner as Lt.Cmdr. Data shine in their roles examining android Data's rights. Overall, this did whet my appetite for more heroic, idealistic SFTV.
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Entertainment at it's best

By Enterprise_47
Written March 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!!
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