Written April 26, 2013
This was so great! I have seen this episode many many times but on the big screen it's even better. About the only small criticism I have is that it should have been preceded with the Q Who? episode. The Q Who prequel would give non Star Trek fans a better understanding of the Best of Both worlds; but I suppose a 3 hour movie would be too much for some people. Maybe the 3 shows could be broken up with a say 10 minute intermission between The Best of Both Worlds 1 and 2 so people could take a bathroom or snack break.
Please do more of these! I suppose it would be difficult to beat the Best of Both Worlds. Here are my favorites (ran out of space, so I'm listing them by series #). 21, 33, 42, 52, 58, 70, 63,74, 75, 77, 86, 88, 89, 93, 95, 98, 100, 101, 103, 107, 108, 114, 115, 119, 123, 125, 133, 126,127, 136, 137, 140, 141, 144, 145, 148, 151, 156, 157, 167, 168, 171.
Written November 21, 2014
The putting together of both parts in the series was a great idea. The biggest draw back when watching the movie last night was the LOOOONG drawn out How the movie was made. It was good for awhile but it was like is this movie ever going to start.
Can't wait to get the Blu-Ray DVD when it comes out.
Written April 28, 2013
It's as great as it/s always been. There will never ever be any thing better or even as good as STAR TREK, no matter what episode it is. I would like to see them do this for every episode of all the STAR TREK series. I would be there to see them all even though I have them all.
Written April 26, 2013
Star Trek: The Next Generation is a known commodity, here given a technological bath that fits it even for theatre screens. The acting and the stories are mostly well-known. This one was the cliffhanger at the end of Season 3 and the beginning of Season 4, "Best of Both Worlds." The Borg arrives in near space and heads for Earth, capturing Jean-Luc Picard in the process. Including guest star Elizabeth Dennehy, the crew faces one of their ultimate tests. The two episodes have been edited into a seamless whole, punctuated as always by Captain's Log entries. While I might opt simply to buy both Season packages, this release makes one of the Enterprise's greatest adventures available as a satisfying whole. The theatrical experience was well worth the admission cost. Go!
Written October 04, 2014
I was SO disappointed! Not because of the episode (I didn’t even get to see it) but because of the “Regal Village Square Las Vegas” Movie Theater’s incompetence. We walked in to them showing an episode of De Vinci on STARZ, and at 7:30 (half hour after start time) they were playing with the Guide on the Direct TV which was hooked up to the screen! They finally get the system working at 7:45 and were “fast forwarding and rewinding” across the episode for nearly 10 minutes before they got to the beginning of the episode! By that time, I was over it. After the opening sequence, they PAUSED the show again to take a poll of everyone who wanted to go back and watch the “walk in” pictures and questions. I needed to work this morning, so we left. I was looking forward to this in a MAJOR way. SO DISAPOINTED!!!!!!