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Learn more about Star Trek Next Generation Motion Picture Collection (Blu-ray):

Format: Blu-Ray DVD
Sku: 211504381
UPC: 097360719840
UPC 14: 00097360719840
Sales Rank: 3412
Includes 4 Motion Pictures Featuring The Legendary Captain Jean-Luc Picard!
Featuring the cast from the original television series, the Star Trek: The Next Generation Motion Picture Collection five disc Blu-Ray set includes Star Trek: Generations, Star Trek: First Contact, Star Trek: Insurrection, and Star Trek: Nemesis!

Star Trek: Generations:Stardate: the 23rd Century: Retired Starfleet officers James T. Kirk (William Shatner), Montgomery Scott (James Doohan) and Pavel Chekov (Walter Koenig) are guests of honor aboard the newly christened Enterprise-B. A test run takes an unexpected turn, however, when the starship encounters two vessels trapped inside the Nexus, a mysterious energy ribbon. During a perilous rescue attempt, Kirk is swept out into space. Seven decades later, Captain Jean-Luc Picard (Patrick Stewart) and the crew of Enterprise-D rescue an El Aurain physicist named Soran (Malcolm McDowell). Unbeknownst to Picard, Soran harbors a deadly plan that includes the destruction of the Enterprise and millions of lives. Now Picard's only hope for a future rests within the Nexus....and a legendary captain from the past.

Star Trek: First Contact,:They call themselves the Borg-a half-organic, half-machine collective, with a soul purpose: to conquer and assimilate all races. Led by their seductive and sadistic queen (Alice Krige), the Borg are headed to Earth with a devious plan to alter history. Picard's last encounter with the Borg almost killed him. Now, he wants vengeance. But how far will he go to get it?

Star Trek: Insurrection:From the beginning of the Federation, the Prime Directive was clear: no Starfleet expedition may interfere with the natural development of other civilizations. But now Picard is confronted with orders that undermine that decree. If he obeys, 600 peaceful residents of Ba'ku will be forcibly removed from their remarkable world, all for the reportedly greater good of millions who will benefit from Ba'ku's fountain-of-youth-like powers. If he disobeys, he will risk his starship, his career, his life. But for Picard, there's really only one choice. He must rebel against Starfleet...and lead the insurrection to preserve paradise.

Star Trek: Nemesis:In the wake of a joyful wedding between Riker (Jonathan Frakes) and Troi (Marina Sirtis), Picard receives another reason to celebrate: the Romulans want peace and the captain will be the Federation's emissary. But as the Enterprise heads toward the Romulan Empire, a brilliant villain awaits - harboring a diabolical plan of destruction and an unimaginable secret that will give Picard his most fearsome challenge.

"{Insurrection} ...shines like a crown jewel in the Star Trek firmament.  George Powell, San Francisco Examiner
"{First Contact} Jonathon Frakes makes an auspicious debut as a feature filmmaker  Joe Leydon, Variety
"{First Contact} First Contact does everything you'd want a "Star Trek" film to do, and it does it with cheerfulness and style.  Kenneth Turan, Los Angeles Times
"{Insurrection} out there where the imagination collides with roaring spaceships, exotic planets, wonderfully nutty costumes, a few choice jokes and some fascinating ideas.  Peter Stack, San Francisco Chronicle

Editor's Note
Captain Picard and his crew take on the Borg, the Romulans, and various others in these big-screen incarnations of the popular sci-fi series: GENERATIONS, FIRST CONTACT, INSURRECTION, and NEMESIS. Please see individual titles for synopsis information.

Technical Info

Release Information
Video Mfg Name Studio: Paramount
Video Release Date Release Date: 9/22/2009
Video Play Time Running Time: 522 minutes
Video Release Year Original Release Date: 2009
Video UPC UPC: 00097360719840
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 5

Audio & Video
Video Audio Spec Available Audio Tracks:
Video Color Spec Video: (unknown/unconverted)

Aspect Ratio
Video Aspect Ratio Widescreen  1.78:1

Cast & Crew

Video Cast Info Patrick Stewart
Video Cast Info Brent Spiner
Video Cast Info William Shatner
Video Cast Info Tom Hardy
Video Cast Info Jonathan Frakes - Director
Video Cast Info Stuart Baird - Director
Video Cast Info David Carson - Director


Image Award (1997)
   Video Award Name Alfre Woodard, Nominee, {First Contact} Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture

Oscar (1997)
   Video Award Name Michael Westmore, Scott Wheeler, Jake Garber, Nominee, {First Contact} Best Makeup

Professional Reviews

ReelViews 9 of 10
{First Contact} For the first time in the seventeen-year run of the successful Star Trek movie franchise, there is no Captain Kirk. Star Trek: First Contact, the eighth entry into the motion picture series, is the first to rely exclusively on the crew of The Next Generation, who were introduced to film audiences two years ago in Star Trek: Generations. Following in the wake of a trio of disappointing features, First Contact proves to be the most entertaining Star Trek in more than a decade. First time director Jonathan Frakes (who also plays Riker, the Enterprise's second-in-command) injects some badly-needed energy and inventiveness into a series that, prior to this effort, was sinking under its own weight and boldly going nowhere...The script is cleverly written so that non-fans will be able to follow and enjoy the plot while aficionados will get all the little "in" references. First Contact effortlessly negotiates a number of potential problem areas (such as time travel), which is a credit to the screenwriting team of Brannon Braga, Ronald Moore, and producer Rick Berman...After three consecutive less-than-stellar adventures, First Contact has single-handedly revived the Star Trek movie series, at least from a creative point-of-view. If the box office results follow suit, there will be a Star Trek 9, hopefully with Patrick Stewart and his crew on board. Whatever the case, there's little doubt that First Contact has come along at the right time to ensure that Star Trek continues to live long and prosper. - James Berardinelli

San Francisco Chronicle 7 of 10
{Nemesis} "Star Trek: Nemesis" may or may not be the last voyage of the "Next Generation" crew, but they get in all their "I love yous" just in case. From the opening minutes, in which Capt. Picard makes a sentimental toast at his first officer's wedding, the characters are all anxious to blink back the tears and say how much they've meant to one another. Hard-core fans may love it. Others may feel as if they've stumbled into the wrong testimonial dinner...Most of "Nemesis" takes place on the Enterprise, during a protracted battle with Shinzon, but there are some timeouts for other things. A duplicate Data (Brent Spiner) is found and assembled, and there's some talk about what makes Data Data and how the duplicate is not quite as good. Kind of like how sequels can never match the original...Most movies about the distant past and distant future are really about the eras in which they were made, and "Star Trek: Nemesis," with its clone fascination and its story of a rogue terrorist with a powerful weapon, is no exception. That the movie reflects turn-of-the-millennium anxieties may be of interest to some scholar of the future. In the meantime, audiences can hang on to Stewart, as well as a spectacular crash between two starships, and wish there were just a little more to see. . Sexual situations and sci-fi violence. - Mick LaSalle

Chicago Sun-Times 7 of 10
{Generations} The "Star Trek" saga has always had a weakness for getting distracted by itself, and "Star Trek: Generations," the seventh film installment, is undone by its narcissism. Here is a movie so concerned with in-jokes and updates for Trekkers that it can barely tear itself away long enough to tell a story. From the weight and attention given to the transfer of command on the Starship Enterprise, you'd think a millennium was ending - which is, by the end of the film, how it feels...."Star Trek" seems to cross the props of science fiction with the ideas of Westerns. Watching the fate of millions being settled by an old-fashioned fistfight on a rickety steel bridge (intercut with closeups of the bolts popping loose and the structure sagging ominously), I was almost amused by the shabby storytelling. Why doesn't more movie science fiction have the originality and imagination of its print origins? In "Stargate," the alien god Ra was able to travel the universe, yet still needed slaves to build his pyramids. In "Star Trek: Generations," the starship can go boldly where no one has gone before, but the screenwriters can only do vice versa. - Roger Ebert

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