Star Trek: Motion Pictures

Star Trek: Motion Pictures


Star Trek fans who've been eager to flesh out their collection of the feature film series on DVD get just the package they've been dreaming of with this box set, which features all ten Star Trek theatrical films in one convenient collection. Star Trek: The Motion Pictures -- The DVD Collection features all ten films transferred to disc in…  See more details below


Star Trek fans who've been eager to flesh out their collection of the feature film series on DVD get just the package they've been dreaming of with this box set, which features all ten Star Trek theatrical films in one convenient collection. Star Trek: The Motion Pictures -- The DVD Collection features all ten films transferred to disc in letterboxed format, reflecting each film's original widescreen aspect ratio and enhanced for anamorphic playback on 16x9 monitors. All the films have had their original English language audio remixed for playback in Dolby Digital 5.1 and Dolby Digital Surround, as well as featuring dubbed French language tracks in Dolby Digital Surround and optional subtitles in English. And Star Trek: The Motion Picture, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, Star Trek III: The Search for Spock, Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home, Star Trek V: The Final Frontier, Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country, Star Trek: Generations, Star Trek: First Contact, Star Trek: Insurrection and Star Trek: Nemesis all include a healthy side portion of bonus features, including directors commentaries, behind-the-scenes documentaries, trailers, production artwork, and much, much more.

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Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - R.J. Wafer
When Gene Roddenberry's Star Trek finished its 79-episode run, one year shy of its "five-year mission," fans immediately began clamoring for a revival. But it wasn't until 1979 that Paramount boldly went big-screen with the franchise. Star Trek: The Motion Picture began a continuous stream of features and TV spin-off series, and the former are collected in the Star Trek Motion Pictures Gift Set. Director Robert Wise signed on for the first film, which reunites the original crew and adds such fresh faces as Stephen Collins (of TV's 7th Heaven) to the Enterprise's bridge. The movie was a hit and opened the floodgates to create what would soon become a pop-culture juggernaut. Often hailed as a Trekkie favorite, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (1982) reintroduces the villainous Khan (Ricardo Montalban) from the TV series' 1967 episode "Space Seed." Khan captures the starship USS Reliant and takes command of the experimental Genesis device in order to exact his revenge upon Kirk (William Shatner) and the Enterprise crew. Star Trek III: The Search for Spock (1984) finds the crew of the USS Enterprise in a test of loyalty, as they disobey direct orders and return to the Genesis planet to revive their fallen comrade, Mr. Spock (Leonard Nimoy, who also directed). Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (1986) follows the crew back in time to the 20th century on a search for an extinct species of whale that can help them save the future. In 1989's Star Trek V: The Final Frontier, the Enterprise is lured to Nimbus III by a misguided Vulcan trying to secure passage to what he believes to be God. Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (1991) depicts the peace process between the Federation and the Klingons, and the resolution of unsettled grudges. Star Trek Generations (1994) focused on a changing of the guard, as the "classic" crew and the Next Generation crew worked together. The first full-fledged Next Generation film, Star Trek: First Contact (1996) has two story lines, with Jean-Luc Picard (Patrick Stewart) again facing the evil Borg while William Riker (Jonathan Frakes, who also directed) travels back in time to ensure that the first-ever warp flight takes place. Also directed by Frakes, 1998's Star Trek: Insurrection finds the crew befriending the peaceful inhabitants of a utopian society and defending them against the vengeful Ru'afo. Finally, the series' tenth film, Star Trek: Nemesis (2002), makes shocking revelations about Picard, while posing to be the final movie featuring the cast of The Next Generation. This set features fantastic special editions of the first five films.

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[Wide Screen]
[Dolby Digital Stereo, Dolby Digital Surround, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]

Special Features

Closed Caption; Star Trek: The Motion Picture; Disc 1:; Interactive Menus; Scene Selection; Group Commentary by Director Robert Wise, Special Photographic Effects Director Douglas Trumbull, Special Photographic Effects Supervisor John Dykstra, Music Composer Jerry Goldsmith and Actor Stephen Collins; Text Commentary by Michael Okuda, Co-Author of The Star-Trek® Encyclopedia; Disc 2:; New Retrospective Documentaries with Cast & Crew Interviews: Phase II: The Lost Enterprise, A Bold New Enterprise, Redirecting The Future; Teaser Trailer; Theatrical Trailer; New Director's Edition Trailer; 8 Television Commercials; 5 Additional Scenes (From the 1979 Theatrical Version); 11 Deleted Scenes (From the 1983 TV Version); Storyboard Archive; Interactive Menus; New Star Trek™ series Enterprise Promo Spot; ; Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan; Disc 1:; Extended Director's Edition; Commentary by Director Nicholas Meyer; Text Commentary by Michael Okuda, Co-Author of The Star Trek Encyclopedia; Disc 2:; The Captain's Log: New, exclusive cast & crew interviews with Director Nicholas Meyer, Actors William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, Ricardo Montalban and Writer/Executive Producer Harve Bennett; "Designing Khan" Featurette; "The Visual Effects Of Star Trek II: The Wrath Of Khan" Featurette; Theatrical Trailer; Original Interviews: DeForest Kelley, William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy and Ricardo Montalban; The Star Trek Universe: A Novel Approach by Authors Julia Ecklar and Greg Cox; Storyboard Archives; ; Star Trek III: The Search for Spock; Disc 1:; Commentary by Director Leonard Nimoy, Writer/Producer Harvey Bennett, Director of Photography Charles Correll and Robin Curtis; Text Commentary by Michael Okuda and Denise Okuda, co-authors of The Star Trek Encyclopedia; Motion Menus; Disc 2:; Captain's Log: A look back at the making of the feature from inception to premiere, with new and exclusive interviews, with Leonard Nimoy, William Shatner, Robin Curtis and Christopher Lloyd; The Star Trek Universe: ; Space Docks and Birds of Prey: Interviews with ILM Model Makers plus other Star Trek designers ; Speaking Klingon: Linguist Marc Okrand provides a detailed account of the creation of the Klingon language and how he created a separate language for Vulcans ; Klingon and Vulcan Costumes: Interviews with the original designers of the jewelry, costumes and makeup; Terraforming And The Prime Directive: The Genesis device and the Genesis planet both reflect science fiction explorations of terraforming, a concept that has been present in sci-fi for generations and is now on the drawing boards at JPL and NASA. Featuring NASA scientist Dr. Louis Friedman; Storyboards; Photo Archive; Theatrical Trailer; ; Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home; Disc 1:; Commentary by William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy; Text Commentary by Michael & Denise Okuda, Co-Authors of The Star Trek Encyclopedia; Scene Selection; Motion Menus; Disc 2:; The Star Trek Universe Featurettes ; Time Travel: The Art Of the Possible ; The Language Of Whales ; A Vulcan Primer ; Kirk's Women; Production Featurettes; Future's Past: A Look Back ; On Location ; Daillise Deconstruction ; Below-the-Line: Sound Design; Visual Effects Featurettes; From Outer Space To the Ocean ; The Bird Of Prey ; Tributes ; Roddenberry Scrapbook ; Featured Artist: Mark Leonard; Storyboards; Production Gallery; Original Interviews with William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy and DeForest Kelley; Theatrical Trailer; ; Star Trek V: The Final Frontier; Disc 1:; Commentary by actor/director William Shatner and his daughter, Liz Shatner, author of the book Captain's Log: William Shatner's Personal Account Of the Making of Star Trek V-The Final Frontier ; Text Commentary by Michael Okuda & Denise Okuda, co-authors of The Star Trek Encyclopedia; Motion Menus ; Scene Selection ; Disc 2:; The Star Trek Universe Featurettes: ; Herman Zimmerman: A Tribute ; Original Interview: William Shatner ; Cosmic Thoughts ; That Klingon Couple ; A Green Future? ; Production Featurettes: ; Harve Bennett's Pitch To the Sales Team ; The Journey: A Behind-the-Scenes Documentary ; Makeup Tests ; Pre-Visualization Models ; Rock Man In the Raw ; Star Trek V Press Conference ; Deleted Scenes ; Advertising ; Theatrical Trailers ; TV Spots ; Production Gallery ; ; Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country; Interactive Menus; Scene Access; Trailer; ; Star Trek: Generations; Interactive Menu; Scene Selection; ; Star Trek: First Contact; Interactive Menu; Scene Selection; 2 Theatrical Trailers; ; Star Trek: Insurrection; Interactive Menus; Scene Access; 2 Trailers; Behind The Scenes Featurette; ; Star Trek: Nemesis; Commentary by Director Stuart Baird ; Exclusive Documentaries: ; New Frontiers: Stuart Baird on Directing Nemesis ; A Bold Vision of the Final Frontier ; A Star Trek Family's Final Journey ; Red Alert! Shooting the Action of Nemesis ; Deleted Scenes ; Photo Gallery

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Scene Index

Side #1 -- Star Trek: The Motion Picture
1. Overture
2. Main Title
3. Klingon Battle
4. Vulcan
5. Starfleet Headquarters
6. The New Enterprise
7. Welcome Aboard
8. Transporter Malfunction
9. Mission Briefing
10. The Navigator Llia
11. Friends Reunited
12. Ready for Departure
13. The Wormhole
14. Decker Speaks Freely
15. Spock's Arrival
16. Warp Speed
17. Red Alert
18. The Intruder Communicates
19. Entering the Cloud
20. The Alien Vessel
21. Plasma Probe
22. Into the Maw
23. The Probe
24. Memory Patterns
25. Spock's Journey
26. Simple Feeling
27. Entering Earth Orbit
28. The Orifice Opens
29. V'ger Revealed
30. A New Life Form
31. End Credits
32. Director's Edition Credits
Side #3 -- Star Trek: Nemesis
1. Conspiracy
2. Blue Skies
3. Positronic Signature
4. Unsafe Velocities
5. Sailing Into the Unknown
6. Memory Download
7. Predator
8. Praetor Shinzon
9. Allegiance
10. Not Quite Human
11. Violation
12. The Echo Over the Voice
13. Escape
14. Rate of Decay
15. Battle Stations
16. But Through a Glass Darkly
17. Romulan Assistance
18. Remember Me?
19. Brace for Impact
20. Worth Dying for
21. Face of the Enemy
22. Journey's End
23. New Horizons
24. Credits
Side #4 -- Star Trek: The Undiscovered Country
1. Opening Credits
2. Starfleet Headquarters
3. Kirk Meets Val'eris
4. Guess Who's Coming to Dinner
5. Bones Operates
6. Diplomacy
7. Klingon Justice
8. Rura Penthe
9. Chekhov's Clue
10. Ice Campfire
11. Surprise at Sick Bay
12. The Secret Weapon
13. Space Battle!
14. Assassin
15. End Credits
Side #5 -- Star Trek: First Contact
1. Main Titles
2. Locutus
3. The Neutral Zone - "Why Are We out Here Chasing Comets?"
4. Engaging the Borg
5. Temporal Vortex - "We Must Follow Them Back"
6. Earth, 2063
7. The Phoenix
8. Environmental Difficulties
9. 39.1 Degrees Celsius
10. Medical Emergency
11. A Plan of Attack
12. Blending In - "It's a Primitive Culture."
13. Deck Sixteen - "Don't Let Them Touch You!"
14. An Imperfect Being
15. Viewing the Future
16. Lily
17. The Borg Queen
18. Holodeck - "The Big Goodbye"
19. Hero Worship
20. Zero-G
21. Tempted By Flesh
22. The Interplexing Beacon
23. Cochran's Vision
24. Captain Ahab - "The Line Must Be Drawn Here!"
25. Autodestruct Sequence
26. The Voyage of the Phoenix
27. "Welcome Home Locutus."
28. Breaking the Warp Barrier/Death of the Borg Queen
29. 0.68 Seconds
30. First Contact - April 5, 2063
31. End Credits
Side #6 -- Star Trek: Generations
1. Living Legends
2. Distress Call
3. The Next Generation
4. Amargosa Station
5. Emotion Chip
6. The Fire in Which We Burn
7. Quantum Implosion
8. Survivors of the Lakul
9. Stellar Cartography
10. The Predator
11. Klingon Offensive
12. Appointment With Eternity
13. The Nexus
14. The Captain of the Enterprise
15. History Repeats Itself
16. Only Mortal
Side #7 -- Star Trek: Insurrection
1. Main Titles/Ba'ku Village
2. Secondary Protocols
3. The Son'a
4. "A British Tar"
5. Rescuing the Hostages
6. Therapeutic Postures
7. A Few Loose Ends
8. Metaphasic Radiation
9. Abandon the Prime Directive
10. Lock and Load
11. Evacuating the Village
12. Send Your Ships
13. Do Machines Ever Play?
14. A Perfect Moment
15. Aggressive Tendencies
16. Inside the Caves
17. The Riker Maneuver
18. Don't Let Go
19. A Blood Feud
20. Gal'na
21. An Illusion
22. The Collector
23. The Healing Process
24. Credits
Side #8 -- Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan - The Director's Edition
1. Opening Credits
2. Kobayashi Maru
3. Antiques
4. Khan
5. The Enterprise
6. New Orders
7. Genesis
8. Revenge
9. Survivors
10. Buried Alive
11. Young and Old
12. By the Book
13. Battle Stations
14. Fire!
15. Warp Speed
16. Life and Death
17. End Credits
Side #10 -- Star Trek III: The Search for Spock
1. Genesis [5:35]
2. A Sign of Life [5:28]
3. Vulcan Mind Meld [1:25]
4. Planet Forbidden [10:04]
5. Stealing the Enterprise [6:31]
6. the Vulcan Child [2:24]
7. Klingon Bird of Prey [3:32]
8. Enterprise Destruct Sequence [6:02]
9. The Aging Planet [6:13]
10. The Needs of the One [8:46]
11. End Credits [:52]
Side #12 -- Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home
1. Opening Credits
2. Court-Martial
3. Exile
4. Heading Home
5. Distress Calls
6. Time Warp
7. San Francisco
8. George & Gracie
9. Colorful Metaphors
10. Professor Scott
11. The Truth
12. Spycatchers
13. Unwelcome Guest
14. Rescue
15. Whale Hunt
16. Crash Landing
17. The Enterprise
18. End Credits
Side #14 -- Star Trek V: The Final Frontier
1. Secret Pain [8:49]
2. Shore Leave [2:27]
3. Paradise Lost [6:53]
4. Campfire [5:44]
5. Space Garbage [7:49]
6. Ghost From the Past [8:11]
7. Storming the City [6:15]
8. Stealing the Ship [8:07]
9. Jail Break [3:23]
10. Releasing the Pain [3:04]
11. Eden [6:09]
12. The Masks of God [9:03]
13. Marooned [8:39]
14. Brothers in Arms [8:37]
15. End Credits [3:48]

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