Star Trek: The Next Generation - Season 1 [Blu-ray] (Sous-titres français)
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Synopsis: Set in the 24th century, the exploits of the U.S.S. Enterprise continue as it explores the universe, seeking new life and new worlds.
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Well oh my goodness this release on Bluray goes beyond my expectations.
If you own the TNG DVDs or have watched them on cable you will immediately realize that the jump up in video quality is SUBSTANTIAL! It is literally a night and day difference. The colors no longer look washed out or faded. Skin tones are natural. The level of detail in some shots is so impressive it almost looks like it was shot recently. Amazingly enough, some of the details that were unable to be seen in the DVDs can now be seen quite easily, such as computer readouts or text on doors, hallways, etc. The special effects were also re-composited and in some cases CG was used if they were unable to find the original film. For example, the Chrystalline entity was completely redone with CG and it looks VERY GOOD!! All episodes from Season 1 have been updated in HD except for 2 secs of "We'll always have Paris," because they couldn't find the original film. The 2 secs in upcoverted SD is noticeable if you're looking for it. The menu for the episode actually notifies you of this missing footage (a nice touch). Overall, the video upgrade is so good that it makes worth upgrading your TNG DVDs on that point alone!
Also, the show is in 4:3 not 16:9.Read more ›
After circling the big green DVD collector's box set of the show for years without pulling the trigger, Paramount caught my attention with the announcement of the Blu-Ray releases. What could have been a shamelessly opportunistic attempt at a cash-in soon turned into one of the most painstaking works of love I've ever seen. ST:TNG has landed on Blu-Ray, becoming the best and most definitive way to watch this classic series. The first thing you'll notice is the jaw-dropping remaster of every single episode.Read more ›
For those of you who might not know, Star Trek Next Generation (STNG) ran for seven seasons, spawning 176 (mainly) 45-minute episodes, and five movies featuring the crew. This first season made its debut with a 92-minute episode, Encounter at Far Point, which introduced the new crew, and gave audiences a glimpse of a new entity named Q (John de Lancie).
Before I talk about the merits of the show, there's an important piece of information that you need to be aware of if you are considering a purchase. The initial pressings contained several audio issues on three of the discs. Paramount offers free replacements without the need to send in the defective copies. In order to avoid having to do that, look carefully at the set before you buy it. Corrected copies have a yellow bar code on the back and the red Star Trek symbol on the spine.
Let's talk about the show.
I believe STNG to be the strongest of the five live action series set in the Star Trek universe, and it's not close. The original Star Trek has a certain nostalgic value and it was the first of it's kind. Voyager is enjoyable, and ranks second in my list. Enterprise is watchable, but without the same level of interest. Deep Space Nine is a show that I could never get into, despite multiple efforts.
STNG holds the top spot in my rankings because it has the best acting, the most convincing relationships, the strongest characterization, and a large number of well-written stories. However, my memory of the show proved to be imperfect.Read more ›
Most recent customer reviews
Absolutely amazing! The first time I saw "Encounter at Farpoint" in HD I knew I was happy with this purchase! A must if you are a TNG fan!Published 14 months ago by Henry
Great quality of remastering work! I like most of it, but my wife is a true fan.. '.. when no one has gone before' - isn't it what we are all here for ;)Published 23 months ago by Vadim Kudryavtsev
Gave it to my son for his birthday and he still raves about it. Makes a great gift for everyonePublished on May 6 2014 by judy
This almost looks like a new show, and it looks like it could have been shot yesterday, minus the somewhat dated hairstyles. Read morePublished on April 6 2014 by Matthew
I was contemplating buying more, but I can't play the discs... I would have been happy, but I couldn't get a blu-ray player to actually ;lay themPublished on March 22 2014 by neobesitz
The next generation has never looked better! While season 1 is campy the effects look like ship effects look like something from 2013Published on April 4 2013 by Landon
Paramount did an amazing job of bringing Star Trek TNG to Blu-Ray. The upscaling is amazing. Colours pop and are bright and vivid. The sound is top notch. Read morePublished on Jan. 1 2013 by Matt Armstrong
I purchased this as an Xmas gift for my Husband, but as were are avid geeks we decided to break it out early. Read morePublished on Nov. 13 2012 by AFindlay
Do yourself a favour and save your money. I've just finished watching a few episodes and they are terrible and not much better than the crap they released on dvd a few years back. Read morePublished on Nov. 8 2012 by ReviewThis