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Format: DVD
Sku: 211504385
UPC: 097360719246
UPC 14: 00097360719246
Rating: Game Rating Code
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The Battle for Peace Has Begun.
After years of war, the Federation and the Klingon empire find themselves on the brink of a peace summit when a Klingon ship is nearly destroyed by an apparent attack from the Enterprise. Both worlds brace for what may be their dealiest encounter.

"Rich, action-filled and loaded with familiar literary and political utter delight that should more than please fans of the series.  Chris Hicks, Deseret News
"A fun, exciting--and dignified--sign-off for Captain Kirk and crew.  Danny Graydon, BBC Online
"Easily the best made, most intelligent film of the entire Trek series.  IGN
"Meyer's direction and dialogue are among the most fluid and exciting of the whole series...  Jeffrey M. Anderson, Combustible Celluloid
"The original crew at its finest, and the Trek lore at its most thrilling.  Rob Blackwelder, SplicedWire

Editor's Note
In STAR TREK VI - THE UNDISCOVERED COUNTRY, the cold war between the Federation and the Klingons thaws out when the leader of the crumbling alien empire makes a peace offering. Admiral Kirk (Willliam Shatner) and the crew are quickly sent to escort the Klingon ruler to treaty talks, but they unknowingly stumble into the middle of a political assassination--and soon Kirk and Dr. McCoy (DeForest Kelley) are framed for the dignitary's murder. Sent off to a frozen gulag planet, the two plot their escape while Spock (Leonard Nimoy) and the rest of the old gang try to find out who the real killer is. The future of the intergalactic peace movement depends on their success.


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Video Mfg Name Studio: Paramount
Video Release Date Release Date: 4/20/2010
Video Play Time Running Time: 113 minutes
Video Release Year Original Release Date: 1991
Video UPC UPC: 00097360719246
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 1

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Video Color Spec Video: Color

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Video Aspect Ratio Anamorphic Widescreen  1.85:1
Entertainment Reviews
Expert Review Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country - DVD Review
By: David Bezanson DVD Reviews
Published on: 9/11/2009 5:42 PM
The rule of thumb with Star Trek movies continues to be: even-numbered good, odd-numbered bad. The first was a sub-Kubrickian snore. The third and fifth were marred by gratuitous action and sentimentality, respectively. On the other hand, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan was an entertaining swashbuckler highlighted by good performances, Kirstie Alley's debut and James Horner's score. Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home was a cute riff on the 20th century environmental crisis. Paramount eventually noticed the the full review

Cast & Crew

Video Cast Info Walter Koenig
Video Cast Info Kim Cattrall
Video Cast Info James Doohan
Video Cast Info Nichelle Nichols
Video Cast Info David Warner
Video Cast Info Leonard Nimoy
Video Cast Info Christopher Plummer
Video Cast Info George Takei
Video Cast Info William Shatner
Video Cast Info Michael Dorn
Video Cast Info DeForest Kelley
Video Cast Info Iman
Video Cast Info Nicholas Meyer - Director


Oscar (1992)
   Video Award Name George Watters, II, F. Hudson Miller, Nominee, Best Effects, Sound Effects Editing
   Video Award Name Michael Mills, et. al., Nominee, Best Makeup

Professional Reviews

New York Times
"...As lively a tale as any Trekkie might want....One more fanciful chapter to this story..." 12/06/1991 p.C1

Los Angeles Times
"...Meyer and Flynn get a fullness back into their characters....STAR TREK VI works so well on its own terms that it looks less like a close than another possible opening..." 12/06/1991 p.F1

Total Film
"It all works: this is a tight, thrilling send-off." 04/01/2004 p.130-1

The Washington Post 8 of 10
"What are we doing here?" asks William Shatner, a k a Captain James T. Kirk, as the aging starship commander leads his veteran cronies into a meeting at Starfleet Headquarters...It's a good question. "Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country" marks a quarter-century of Trek culture. This includes endless reruns of the original TV series, worldwide Trekker conventions, cartoon versions, gadgets, accessories, a spinoff series ("Star Trek: The Next Generation") and, let's not forget, the five "Star Trek" movies before this one...As now-white-haired engineer Scotty might put it, the crew's getting a wee bit long in the tooth...Not to mention waxy in the skin and rickety in the bones. The fake-hairpiece count also seems to be rising. But none of this matters. The seven hoary principals, Spock et al., could be dead, stuffed and mounted. "Star Trek VI" barrels along on industrial special effects and a 25-year momentum of good-willed, witty, human-interest sci-fi episodes...Director/coscripter Nicholas Meyer, who helmed the popular second "Star Trek" movie ("The Wrath of Khan"), moves this vehicle efficiently. He employs some tremendous visuals. At one point, the gravity stabilizer goes off in the Klingon spaceship. Invaders come aboard and start firing laser-type weaponry. The Klingons' spilled blood floats in the air in eerily beautiful purplish globules; it's space-age Sam Peckinpah...A final word for "Star Trek" founder Gene Roddenberry, a cheerful, abundantly inspiring personality who beamed out of this life earlier this year: By getting people where they live -- i.e. television and the movie screen -- his contribution to the pop culture is practically statesmanlike. This movie, so many years after the whole thing began, still bears the entertainment and humanistic values he imposed on every silly little storyline. - Desson Howe

ReelViews 7 of 10
A decade-or-so ago, when the Star Trek movie series began, a great deal of excitement surrounded the release of each movie. For The Motion Picture, it was "What are they like now?" For Trek II, the question of Spock's survival hung in the air, and with the next sequel, everyone wondered how the Vulcan would be brought back...Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home resolved all the loose ends left dangling by its predecessor. But with the 1989 installment (Star Trek V: The Final Frontier), much of the anticipation had slipped away. This was just another adventure (and not an especially good one, at that). Now, a similar atmosphere surrounds this latest voyage of the Enterprise, despite Paramount's statements that this is the last outing. The adventures of Kirk and Company have become routine. The spark is gone. The energy is fading. It's time for a change...Few of the Trek actors, except perhaps Leonard Nimoy and DeForest Kelley, are recognized as accomplished performers. Everyone does their usual, capable job filling the comfortable shoes of a character they've "lived in" for years. William Shatner, in a rare display of restraint, manages a surprisingly low-key and often effective performance...If The Undiscovered Country waxes nostalgic at times, it's understandable. The ending is oversentimental, but this is a final farewell to a group of people who have been with us, through first run episodes, reruns, and motion pictures, for a quarter century. What's a little unforgivable is that the filmmakers didn't give these characters a more triumphant exit. Star Trek VI is an improvement over its immediate predecessor, but it lacks the energy and thrills supplied by some of the lower-numbered sequels. The original crew of the Enterprise is apparently fated to fade away rather than going out in a proverbial "blaze of glory." - James Berardinelli

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