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Star Trek: The Next Generation - Redemption [Blu-ray] [Import]

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  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region A/1
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • ASIN: B00CLA3Y2I
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful
Great A/V, good extras, weak edit. July 28 2013
By Randall F. Miller III - Published on
Format: Blu-ray
It's likely that most fans interested in this release have already seen "Redemption", the two-part cliffhanger that bridged TNG's fourth and fifth season. In short, this politically-charged story centers around Worf's desire to clear his family name, the possibility of a Klingon civil war and the reveal of a mysterious woman that resembles a former Enterprise crew member. As a two-part episode, it's quite good. Most "Top 10 TNG Episode" lists won't mention it, but it's definitely an above average story that fans should enjoy revisiting.

This new "feature-length edit", like the one created for the Blu-ray release of "The Best of Both Worlds", is a little weak. Both halves are simply mushed together with no real transition...and though some time has passed between the events of Parts I and II, you wouldn't know it by the way the two scenes are suddenly cut together. I'll definitely watch it "the traditional way" in the future; like "BOBW", some things just can't be improved by further editing. I don't mind getting up to switch discs, honest.

The Blu-ray tech specs, on the other hand, are fantastic. As expected, the A/V presentation is top notch, with brilliant picture quality and two different audio mixes (7.1 and the original 2.0 stereo). Two terrific extras are also included, a 30-minute behind-the-scenes documentary with members of the cast and crew, as well as a full-length audio commentary with writer Ronald Moore and Michael & Denise Okuda. Overall, it's a decent buy for TNG collectors, but only if you have money left over after buying the fourth season. Like the "BOBW" Blu-ray, this is just an interesting curiosity.

For more information, please read my complete review at DVD Talk, which is not affiliated with Amazon. [...]
30 of 35 people found the following review helpful
Let the movie edits continue June 20 2013
By Kenith Anthony Gulick - Published on
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
Although this wasn't the strongest season finale/season 5 premiere, if your a fan of the Klingons and would like to sit down for an uninterrupted hour and a half you can't go wrong with this. I'm a fan of the BD releases in these movie edited two part episodes. I'll pick it up along with tng season 4 and hopefully we will see edits for the final two of Times Arrow and Descent. Keep them coming CBS and please continue with Deep Space Nine.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Fascinating Look at Klingon Culture July 31 2013
By iMike - Published on
Format: Blu-ray
While I have purchased Seasons One, Two, and Three of 'The Next Generation,' Season One of 'Enterprise,' and 'Best of Both Worlds' on Blu-Ray from Amazon, I did not purchase Season Four of 'TNG' or 'Redemption' from Amazon. I typically pre-order, which I forgot to do this time. I randomly found them at Target for the same prices Amazon was offering($59.99 and $12.99), however Target gave me Season Four for $49.99 for buying them together. This is not something I would chance again because I've always preferred Amazon and its reliability.

"Redemption" was not favorite two-part episode from 'The Next Generation,' however it's still a great story and offers a more fascinating look inside Klingon culture and politics. The extras on the set include interviews with Michael Dorn (Worf), Robert O'Reilly (Gowron), Denise Crosby (Tasha Yar/Sela), and Gwyneth Walsh (B'Etor). In the interests of consistency, since CBS Digital is handling the remaster of the upcoming release of Season Five, CBS-D handled the first part of "Redemption" which also appears on the final disc of Season Four. I compared the quality of "Redemption, Part I" on the Season Four set to many of the other episodes on the Season Four set and I cannot really discern a difference. Perhaps others can; my guess is if you're not working in the field you're not going to tell the difference. The quality of the remaster is stunning!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Star Trek: The Next Generaton - Redemption (blu-ray) Aug. 11 2013
By C. Christie - Published on
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
I was first introduced to the whole idea of these two-parter episodes being released as stand-alone movies when I was fortunate enough to find out that “The Best of Both Worlds” was going to play in theaters for a one day showing on April 25th. I always loved TBOBW above every other episode. I felt it was a combination of an outstanding story, acting and a wonderful creepy score by Ron Jones. So to get a chance to see it on the big screen was a dream come true. I find after buying and watching TBOBW I am seeing it in a whole new light (not only the outstanding work done in restoration) but it really does feel like watching a movie. I got my copy of Redemption yesterday and simply loved it. I guess I’m a gluten of punishment because I am also buying each season on blu-ray (replacing my old collection). I only hope (as another reviewer stated) that Paramount decides to release the remaining two-parter episodes in the same fashion. The remaining being Unification, Time's Arrow, Chain of Command, Birthright, Descent and Gambit....
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Not My Favorite Ep., But a Great Blu-ray... Sept. 7 2013
By TV-Tastic - Published on
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
You gotta love CBS Home Video's shameless double-dipping when it comes to their Star Trek releases.

You also have to love how fans like myself gladly just say "shut up and take my money." Well, although I've never been a big fan of the double-dipping when there is nothing added other than gimmicks and packaging, this release, like the release of the 'Best of Both Worlds' two-parter, is worth spending the $15 on.

What they've done, if you don't know is taken the season four cliffhanger, Redemption and seamlessly spliced it together with the season five premiere, Redemption, Part II, and made it into one big long, movie-like episode... the way it should be seen. Unlike some fans, I've never had that much of a nerd-boner over Redemption but I certainly can appreciate what they've done here and what they continue to do with the cliffhangers and the season premieres for the Blu-ray releases. I also appreciate the fact that these two-parters act as entry vehicles for fans who haven't been convinced to commit to TNG remastered on Blu-ray because they own $800 worth of DVDs they purchased just a decade ago.

That being said, if a butt-hurt fan who's mad at CBS for taking more of their money isn't convinced to go all Blu-ray for TNG after seeing this (or BoBW) then they never will be.

As with all of the TNG Blu-ray releases, the video and audio quality is absolutely stunning and the re-composited and re-masterd effects are breathtaking.

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