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Star Trek: Original Motion Picture Collection Blu-ray

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The Motion Picture / The Wrath of Khan / The Search for Spock / The Voyage Home / The Final Frontier / The Undiscovered Country Paramount Pictures | 1979-1991 | 6 Movies | 685 min | Rated PG | May 12, 2009

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Original aspect ratio: 2.39:1

English: Dolby TrueHD 7.1 (48kHz, 24-bit)
French: Dolby Digital 2.0
Spanish: Dolby Digital Mono

Star Trek: The Motion Picture
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Audio 4.2 of 54.2
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Star Trek: Original Motion Picture Collection


Star Trek: Original Motion Picture Collection Blu-ray offers solid video and great audio in this excellent Blu-ray release

Star Trek: The Motion Picture
Admiral Kirk reassembles his old crew on the newly refit Starship Enterprise and is sent out to investigate a mysterious cloud-like entity heading towards Earth.

Star Trek: The Wrath of Kahn
Kirk's midlife crisis is interrupted by the return of an old enemy looking for revenge and a potentially destructive device.

Star Trek: The Search for Spock
Kirk reassembles his crew and seizes the Enterprise on a quest to bring the missing Spock back to existence after he finds out that the latter's living spirit may be extant in another form. Complicating matters is a Klingon warship chasing after him.

Star Trek: The Voyage Home
In the 23rd century a mysterious alien power threatens Earth by evaporating the oceans and destroying the atmosphere. In a frantic attempt to save mankind, Kirk and his crew must travel back in time to save the Earth and its people from total destruction.

Star Trek: The Final Frontier
The crew of the Enterprise encounter a renegade religious Vulcan named Sybok who needs the starship for a dangerous quest.

Star Trek: The Undiscovered Country
Peace talks between the Federation and the Klingons go awry while Kirk is accused of murder.

For more about Star Trek: Original Motion Picture Collection and the Star Trek: Original Motion Picture Collection Blu-ray release, see Star Trek: Original Motion Picture Collection Blu-ray Review published by on where this Blu-ray release scored 4.0 out of 5.

Directors: Nicholas Meyer, Leonard Nimoy, Robert Wise, William Shatner
Writers: Nicholas Meyer, Harve Bennett, Jack B. Sowards, Peter Krikes, Denny Martin Flinn, Harold Livingston
Starring: William Shatner, DeForest Kelley, James Doohan, George Takei, Walter Koenig, Nichelle Nichols

This Blu-ray bundle includes the following titles, see individual titles for specs and details:


Star Trek: Original Motion Picture Collection Blu-ray, Video Quality

  3.5 of 5

Star Trek: The Motion Picture
Rating: 4/5

Star Trek: The Motion Picture warps onto Blu-ray with a generally stunning 1080p, 2.35:1-framed transfer. One of the first things noticed is the intricate detail on the Klingon cruisers seen at the beginning of the film. In short, they look fantastic, all of the various protrusions and textures seen on the models now visible in splendid detail thanks to the 1080p resolution. The interiors of these same vessels take on a hazy, soft appearance, a stark contrast to the highly-detailed and nicely-lit exterior shots. Once the film moves its focus to the Enterprise, the film's fundamental set of visuals -- the ship, the crew members, the uniforms, and the small intricacies on board the Enterprise -- generally showcase high levels of visible detail that provide plenty of "wow" moments throughout the transfer. The inside of the Enterprise in particular, with its clean, sleek, silver and white appearance, not to mention the gray, white, blue, and mustard-colored crew uniforms, look better than ever.

Star Trek: The Motion Picture does feature a few drawbacks, though none seem particularly bothersome taken in the context of the original elements. Various shots appear soft and blurry while others look sharp as a tack, though some of this is due to Director Wise's various techniques or some of the more special-effects-heavy shots. Indeed, many effects shots appear littered with dirt and debris, though such is to be expected of such shots from a film of the era. Also visible is a bit of blocking in some of the blacks, though the problem is never all that noticeable. The film also looks smooth throughout, without much at all in the way of noise save, again, for some of the more complex effects-heavy shots. When all is said and done, though, Star Trek: The Motion Picture looks fantastic, certainly the best home presentation the film has ever seen.

Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
Rating: 4.5/5

Presented in a 1080p, 2.35:1-framed transfer, The Wrath of Khan has never looked better for home viewing. The transfer enjoys a slight layer of grain, spiking at times but remaining steady and unobtrusive throughout much of the film. The transfer enjoys startling clarity compared to any and all previous home video transfers, with both foreground and background objects revealing details never seen to such an extent. Particularly impressive are the many printed signs throughout the film and the instrument panels and readouts on the bridges of both Enterprise and Reliant, all far sharper and readable thanks to the improved resolution offered by the Blu-ray transfer. A few scenes take on a soft look, even a few intercut with sharp scenes that define the majority of the image. A few effects shots see some scattered debris, and the 1080p resolution reveals a few leftover remnants from the assembly of the shots, but never to an intrusive extent. Flesh tones appear normal and blacks tend towards a generally dark and inky hue. Paramount delivers a suitably high quality transfer for the flagship film in this collection.

Star Trek III: The Search For Spock
Rating: 3/5

Coming off of two rather impressive visual releases in The Motion Picture and The Wrath of Khan, The Search for Spock, much like the movie itself, disappoints. Presented in 1080p high definition and framed inside a 2.35:1 window, the image appears lifeless and incredibly smooth, though very clear. Colors range from natural to incredibly bright and vibrant; the Klingon Bird-of-Prey appears an overpowering shade of neon green, and the red Starfleet uniforms sometimes appear to be cranked a shade or two above optimal. The 1080p imagery does reveal the remnants of some effects shots, placing bright boxes around objects against the darkness of space, though the effect is minimal in most instances. Also, while the majority of the image is sharp, some softness creeps in from time to time. The major drawback, though, comes in the form of noise reduction, where backgrounds that should be swirling with grain often appear static, lending to the film a phony, flat appearance. Though faces sometimes look like plastic, flesh tones never waver too far from optimal, and blacks levels are decent. While this Blu-ray release of The Search For Spock looks better than any previous home video release, it pales next to its predecessors.

Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home
Rating: 3.5/5

Faring slightly better than The Search For Spock but not as good as The Wrath of Khan or The Motion Picture, The Voyage Home features a decent but slightly underwhelming image. Once again, noise reduction appears to be the primary culprit. Backgrounds where one might expect a swirling grain field appear static, such backgrounds almost looking frozen in time and devoid of life. A very small amount of blocking and banding also appear in several shots. Nevertheless, the image enjoys a bit more depth than its predecessor. The hazy interiors of the Klingon Bird-of-Prey look fine, with background details adequate under both the haze and the utilitarian color scheme. The ship's exterior takes on a slightly more natural shade of green here, too. The image tends to look just fine in the bright, daytime exterior San Francisco shots, where it sports a fair bit of depth and vibrancy. Overall, colors offer a more natural tone while skin shades and blacks deliver suitable visuals. The Voyage Home looks fine, but seems like it could be a notch or two better should a future release be given a bit more of a thorough effort.

Star Trek V: The Final Frontier
Rating: 3.5/5

Neither the best nor the worst transfer of he bunch, The Final Frontier delivers a mostly satisfying 1080p, 2.35:1-framed transfer. Detail ranges from adequate to exceptional; Sybok's woven garb as seen at the beginning of the film on the dusty planes of Nimbus III showcases a nice, palpable texture. Likewise, the rockface of El Capitan, which Kirk is seen climbing at the beginning of the film, shows adequate detail in close-up shots, and exterior and up-close shots of the Klingon Bird-of-Prey reveal extraordinary details in the ship's outer hull and wing-mounted weapons. The transfer appears rather soft in several sequences, though the majority appears mostly sharp and clear. Backgrounds don't appear quite as static in this film as in its pair of predecessors, though there is virtually no grain to be seen here, either. The print exhibits small speckles here and there, too. Flesh tones tend to remain strong but blacks often tend towards a too-bright, slightly grayish appearance. For the film likely to get the least playtime of the six, this one delivers a transfer somewhat better than expected of it.

Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country
Rating: 3.5/5

The Undiscovered Country premieres on Blu-ray with a 1080p, 2.35:1-framed transfer. Like the previous few films, this one delivers a suitably good transfer, but one that may have benefited from a bit more tender loving care. The transfer reveals generally strong details and fine colors, though it lacks personality, appearing smooth and somewhat artificial, with film grain only seen minimally and in places. A few shots exhibit some unsightly shimmering and jagged edges on objects. Flesh tones appear fine, and blacks, while stable, sometimes appear a bit on the gray end of the spectrum. Effects shots hold up well. Though easily the best the film has looked for home viewing, it still exhibits some pesky issues that prevent it from being a definitive release.

Star Trek: Original Motion Picture Collection Blu-ray, Audio Quality

  4.0 of 5

Star Trek: The Motion Picture
Rating: 4/5

Star Trek: The Motion Picture has never sounded better for home consumption than it does with this full-fledged Dolby TrueHD 7.1 lossless soundtrack. Jerry Goldsmith's score, particularly the overture, features a nice, inviting feel, the orchestral music playing smoothly and pleasantly while flowing cleanly from the front channels, the experience recalling the sensation of a live performance. Likewise, the classic "Trek" theme sparkles, each instrument in the arsenal heard distinctly, an all-encompassing effort that emanates from both the front and the rear channels. Sound effects -- communication chatter, background voices and ambience inside Starfleet Headquarters, or the humming of the Enterprise's engine as heard from the ship's engineering section -- may be heard, and in some cases felt, all about the soundstage to wonderful effect. Sound swoops around the listening area, too. The cloud's attacks on the Klingon vessels allows sound effects to rush from one speaker to the next, offering an almost liquid ambiance. The electrical impulses emanating from the V'ger cloud spread out throughout the soundstage, and the many beeps and thumps from V'Ger seemingly emanate from every speaker in the 7.1 configuration with quite the presence and plenty of LFE support. Along with fine dialogue reproduction, Star Trek: The Motion Picture makes for a fantastic listen, both the score and the many distinct and memorable sound effects playing most impressively via this quality soundtrack.

Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
Rating: 3.5/5

Presented with a Dolby TrueHD 7.1 lossless soundtrack, The Wrath of Khan delivers a solid if not slightly feeble audio experience. James Horner's score, from the more reflective of pieces to the louder action-oriented segments, plays with grace across the front, though perhaps not featuring the utmost in either clarity or volume. Once the film begins with the action sequences -- the opening Kobayashi Maru sequence, for instance -- the track never produces much in the way of low-end heft, explosions sounding slightly more uninspired than anticipated. However, the first time the Reliant is seen cruising through space, the soundtrack does well to send a bit of a rumble across the soundstage as the vessel seemingly flies through the room. Surround activity picks up a bit during the exterior Ceti Alpha V sequences as wind and debris fly audibly across the soundstage. The lossless track does reveal some minor nuances scattered here and there that seem to have been lost in the shuffle of previous releases. Dialogue reproduction suffices, though a few scenes exhibit a slightly harsh edge, though hardly of any level of troubling import. In summation, the track delivers almost as expected of a film with a sound design that impresses in context but fizzles next to the latest and greatest offerings.

Star Trek III: The Search For Spock
Rating: 4/5

Once again presented in a Dolby TrueHD 7.1 lossless format, The Search For Spock enjoys a solid listening experience. The music accompanying the opening credits features fine clarity and strong rear-channel support, the whole experience recalling a live orchestral performance. Interior Enterprise shots enjoy the humming of the engines in the background, the effect increased when the action shifts to the engineering section. Sound often plays with a heft and room-filling presence; a de-cloaking Bird-of-Prey features thunderous lows and a spacious presence that makes fine use of every speaker. Likewise, the chaotic shifting climate of the Genesis planet feature booming lows and a wide soundstage. Dialogue generally impresses, though a few lines sound garbled. This is a solid all-around effort.

Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home
Rating: 4/5

Presented with a Dolby TrueHD 7.1 lossless soundtrack, The Voyage Home delivers a pleasant and robust sonic experience. Like the other films in the set, this one features a clear and precise delivery of the theme that plays over the opening credits, offering crisp highs, a solid midrange, and deep lows. The music also enjoys strong rear-channel support, and its breezy, easygoing flair sets the stage nicely for the lighthearted romp to follow. With little in the way of action, this track relies more on atmospherics, music, and dialogue, and no one element falters. Most importantly, dialogue reproduction impresses, and minor sound effects -- the transporter beam, for example -- features a good sense of space and depth, the effect spilling across the entirety of the front soundstage. The Voyage Home may be the least aggressive of the six films in this collection, but its soundtrack is no worse for it.

Star Trek V: The Final Frontier
Rating: 4.5/5

The Final Frontier features a powerful Dolby TrueHD 7.1 lossless soundtrack. Surprisingly active, boomy, and spacious, the mix never disappoints during the action sequences. Sound effects throughout the film play with both heft and volume, all flowing effortlessly about the soundstage. The track enjoys excellent clarity across the front, be it in explosions or music, but the track also features plenty of rear channel activity, too. The battle outside of Paradise City, where both phasers and cruder weapons are fired from every corner of the soundstage, engulfs the listener with a steady, loud, and aggressive presentation. As with the previous outings, music excels, too, that accompanying the film's title sequence once again recalling the feel of a live orchestral performance. Rounded out by strong dialogue reproduction, this soundtrack delivers even when the movie does not.

Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country
Rating: 4.5/5

Yet again, Paramount offers a Dolby TrueHD 7.1 lossless soundtrack for The Undiscovered Country. The Praxis explosion packs a nice wallop, the waves flowing through the soundstage from front-to-back with a noticeable presence and feel. Likewise, the sounds heard inside the various starships play all over the soundstage with subtle atmospherics, engulfing the listener and spilling out of every speaker and at just the right volume so as not to overwhelm the sense or create a phony-sounding environment. The raucous trial of Kirk and McCoy features chanting Klingons pounding and shouting from every speaker, and in these scenes the track delivers a fabulous echoing effect in the cavernous trial chamber as Chang prosecutes the pair of Federation officers. Also featuring strong dialogue reproduction, The Undiscovered Country offers up arguably the best soundtrack in this collection.

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