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Star Trek: The Next Generation in theaters!

By ashhonez
Written November 28, 2014
I love seeing the season episodes in theaters! It's amazing to see the restored and enhanced episodes, and also the bonus footage like bloopers and behind the scenes! A great experience that I will encourage others to attend with me! :D
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Fun to watch on the big screen

By redpatti
Written August 27, 2014
I totally love Star Trek. It was fun for my son and I to see it on the big screen along with the special features like outtakes and interviews. Would definitely do it again with other episodes!
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WOW...! It was well worth the money. :~)

By scooterpie1960
Written May 27, 2015
For the exception of feeling as though the first 30 minutes was more of an advertising blitzkrieg for the blue ray addition... the rest was GREAT!
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Star Trek: The Next Generation season 2 celebration

By chris.w.gebhardt
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.
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Great presentation was abysmal!

By Chuckingdice
Written April 19, 2015
I went to go see this at the Burbank AMC 16 last night. The episodes were superb, and I loved the extended cut of "Measure of a Man". The theater really dropped the ball though because it was littered with technical problems. It took over four hours to view two episodes of Star Trek TNG. I like Fathom Events like this, but the local AMC really dropped the ball. Don't go to the Burbank AMC 16 to watch these events because it's obvious that they don't know what they're doing there.
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