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Dee52fish

By deanna.trout
Written December 19, 2014
STTNG Celebration of Season 2 was great! Wish we could see more TREKS (STTNG & TOS) on the big screen! The remastered stuff is awesome to watch! Let's have MORE!
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Remastered TNG Looks & Sounds Great

By ackatack
Written December 20, 2014
While there are several advertisements for the first two seasons of TNG on Blu Ray, they have done a great job. The video looks great on the big screen and the surround sound audio is clear and immersive. One of the episodes that they showed, "Measure of a Man", had additional footage and it was great to see the added content. Most of the "specials" are very entertaining and give a great behind-the-scenes look at the show, without being too sappy. My friends and I went to both the season 1 and 2 viewings and were very satisfied with the experience. Overall, I'd recommend the next showing to all Star Trek fans.
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Twice as much fun than I thought it could be.

By walter.morris
Written November 30, 2012
Seriously, I did laugh and cry. The outtakes were plentiful. The behind the scenes interviews showed a lot of the producers original intent that I missed and the crew discussions showed us what the actors were thinking while it was happening. Thanks! W
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Star Trek: The Next Generation - A celebration of Season 2

By revmichaelm
Written July 30, 2014
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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I'm never going to a Fathom event again.

By doubleohfive
Written September 18, 2014
Last night's TNG event was a nightmare at the AMC Burbank 16. Scheduled to start at 7 with a runtime of 3 hours and 18 minutes. The evening consisted of two episodes (one extended), a blooper reel and a video featuring a cast reunion. Instead of starting at 7, the theater experienced delays because no one could figure out how to get the sound to work. It finally started around 8:10. Then an interminable slideshow began featuring still photos from several season 2 episodes and doing comparisons between the original NTSC version and the new HD edition. Then Fathom commercials started playing...and playing. Then "Q Who" plays and it's great. It's even in surround sound! Then the blooper reel. Midway through the next episode, everything shut down. After a few minutes of tinkering with the system, the episode comes back on but we have to re-watch five minutes we'd already seen. We got some free passes, but overall it was a disaster.
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