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Star Trek: Picard - Season One [Blu-ray]
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- Parcel Dimensions : 17.3 x 14 x 1.4 cm; 120 Grams
- Media Format : NTSC
- Release date : Oct. 6 2020
- Studio : Paramount Pictures Home Entertainment
- ASIN : B08DSS7VBF
- Best Sellers Rank: #8 in Movies & TV Shows (See Top 100 in Movies & TV Shows)
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Star Trek- Picard: Season One
Star Trek: Picard features Sir Patrick Stewart reprising his iconic role as Jean-Luc Picard, which he played for seven seasons on Star Trek: The Next Generation. The new series will follow this iconic character into the next chapter of his life.
Starring Patrick Stewart as Jean-Luc Picard, Santiago Cabrera as Cristobal Rios, Alison Pill as Dr. Agnes Jurati, Michelle Hurd as Raffi Musiker, Isa Briones as Soji, Jonathan Frakes as Will Riker, Harry Treadaway as Narek, Jeri Ryan as Seven of Nine, Evan Evagora as Elnor, and Brent Spiner as Data.
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I've always found it strange that considering the series was primarily streamed [although on TV in Canada], there are deleted scenes. I'm not sure why would you remove a minute worth of footage if streamed [not all episodes have deleted scenes - some of which could of been left in - and some have maybe 5 minutes worth].
Each episodes has a "log" which gives some background to that episode.
There are also some further featurettes.
Note that [at least in my copy] there was just English in 5.1 and English subtitles.
Even if you simply like Sci-Fi, you'll probably love this, however, knowing the history of these characters help greatly.
Excellent film quality, very hi-def! Animation where needed is excellent!
Lots of great cameos from other Star Trek shows as well. Fair amount of references, and tons of easter eggs for the die hard fan to catch.
Highly recommend as an avid Star Trek fan!
First, the major problem this show runs into immediately is lack of information and poor presentation. Star Trek: Picard plays out on the assumption you have read the supplementary prologue book (I did; it was great!), but does nothing to fill viewers in on the connections. This is most prevalent when discussing Synths, and the Mars incident which hold no water and seem to have no relevance to the plot involving relief for the collapsing Romulan Star Empire.
Secondly, Romulans...Are now just humans with pointy ears. Their pointedly yellow skin is gone, now they're just asians, black guys, white people and every other demographic. They're not aliens anymore. They're human ethnic groups with pointy ears. Their cultural aspects, such as their paranoia and seeking privacy -- that's all gone. Now random romulans just TRUST the Federation media.
Acting....It's wooden. It's really bad. Certain characters are great; like Jean Luc Picard, but the supporting cast delivers their lines with no inflection to their voice and robotically. The first episode is basically an episode of Sir Patrick Stewart acting in a cast full of mannequins who deliver their lines like robots. It's pathetic.
Editting... Makes no sense. Episode 3 is the best example...
So envision this scene:
Guy bashes bottle over dudes head. Gets his ass kicked. Cut.
Woman kicks dude ass coming in through same door guy who got his head smashed in with bottle: gets rifle from guy, shoots him. Cut....
Next guy enters through the same door (3 guys entering from the same doorway; these are apparently special forces), KNOCKS WOMAN ONTO FLOOR WITH RIFLE. CUT.
Close up of special forces guy NO LONGER HOLDING RIFLE. DRAWS KNIFE. CUT.
Woman is standing upright and kicks guys ass. CUT.
What the holy hell am I watching