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STNG

By coastalkate
Written September 15, 2014
STNG fabulous as always and a treat on the big screen. I especially enjoyed the reunion. What a first class group of actors. Why this series has not won every award in the book baffles me. I hope STNG will be shown on the big screen in its entirity. And yes I would like to see tham all back in action. If they can show mature people in India why not in space. Go for it. I think the series should be mandatory viewing - all ages can get something out of it-first rate acting -moral-plot-directing and a good time watching. Give hope that maybe humans can pull it off after all. coastalkate
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Star Trek: The Next Generation-A Season Two Celebration

By GR8Time5
Written November 30, 2012
I loved the 2 features shown, the round-table interviews, and the documentary portions. A bit of everything just like a taste sample at an All-Sweets buffet! Of course this cast and crew are all top-notch... in my opinion, it doesn't get any better. Star Trek is for all ages, but should appeal to the very open-minded, outside-the-box thinkers. I really hope they do this for the release of all 7 seasons! I won't miss one, and will tell everytone to try and catch this once-in-a-lifetime theatre going experience! What an awesome treat!
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Star Trek fan Must!

By bdn9707
Written November 30, 2012
Can't speak for non-fans, but this was an amazing treat! The highlight was the extended version of "The Measure of a Man." Hadn't seen the original in a long time. The acting and writing were amazing. I couldn't determine which scenes had been excluded for the final cut, but it must have been painful for the editor!
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Star Trek: the next generation-a celebration of season 2

By dsbiophysics
Written November 30, 2012
LOVED THE ACTUAL TWO SHOWN WITH Q AND DATA....hated all the commercials leading up to it! It ruined the experience. I did not come to the theatre to see dozens of commercials. I could have stayed home for that and watched it when it came out on blue-ray. One or two commercials fine...but dozens...shame on you!!!
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ST: The Next Generation Event

By Green_Lantern37
Written November 30, 2012
To announce/promote the release of season II on Blu Ray, two episodes from that season were shown in their remastered and enhanced HD versions: "Q-Who" and "Measure of a Man." Additionally, interviews, round table discussions with the stars and making of highlights were presented before and between the two episodes. Aside from the projection of these TV episodes in a theater which led to an overly dark appearance on the screen, the episodes were pristine and held up well. "Measure of a Man" was a director’s cut with an additional 13 minutes of material and unlike many directors’ cuts which can seem gratuitous, this one was superb. Honestly, I'd have to review the original 42 minute episode side by side to know where the additions were, it was that seamless. Many fans showed up in uniforms, including an entire family sitting behind me, which was added fun and created a convention atmosphere. In summary, a great night out and a good time had by all. Looking forward to more of these!
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