Written July 26, 2016
While I wasn't sure about the slideshow of re-done scenes at the start of the event, I totally loved the episodes and interviews! "The Measure of a Man" episode was the original and complete episode that had been previously edited due its lengthy dialogue. I had never seen it before so I cannot give a comparison but I can say that this version was amazing in its depth and conviction. It reminded me of why I love this franchise so much and miss it so. Of course one of my favorite parts was the group interview. The TNG cast explained why they worked together so well and also why Dr. Crusher was missing from Season 2. I cannot wait for the release of Season 3 and highly encourage TNG fans to attend these events. It is rare to get to be in a room with others who sincerely appreciate Star Trek and TNG, unless of course you are lucky enough to go to Vegas or L.A. for the conventions.
Written March 03, 2015
I loved it, and can't wait for the rest of these events! Measure of a Man is definitely one of the best TNG episodes. Lots of fun to see on the big screen!
Written April 21, 2015
Had to love the cast interviews and the outtakes!
The 2 episodes they showed blew me away. I liked the extra scenes added in, "Measure of a man". I think they should show this episode to law students.
I'l never watch Star Trek the same way ever again!
So strange watching it on a small tv screen, even if its a 42 inch!
If they'd show every ep. of this show in the movies, I'd see them all. No matter what the price!
Written July 27, 2016
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!!
Written May 06, 2016
I loved the showing. I always admired Star Trek in general, but never took up an ongoing interest in the show. What was I thinking??!? It's still fun at my age (33) to see it all for the first time in this way and I plan to view all the future releases as soon as they become available! I bought season 1 on Blue ray for my boyfriend so maybe he'll get season 2 for Christmas! :)