After its Paramount+ release, Star Trek: The Motion Picture – The Director’s Edition arrives on 4K Ultra HD in celebration of Star Trek Day. The release comes nearly a year to the date after the first four films got the 4K UHD upgrade. As such, fans have a few options here. They can buy Star Trek: The Original Motion Picture Collection or they can buy the individual discs that they’re missing. This time around, both…"Star Trek: The Motion Picture – The Director’s Edition Arrives on 4K UHD"
Star Trek Into Darkness contains as much action-packed fun as its predecessor but the problem lies in using Khan as a villain again. It’s going to come up at some point so better to get it out of the way sooner than later. We need to talk about Khan. Why was it so necessary to bring him back instead of coming up with a new villain? There’s such a big canvas to come up with…"Star Trek Into Darkness Has A Khan Problem"
Star Trek, the 2009 reboot directed by J.J. Abrams, is among the best Star Trek movies in the franchise’s cinematic history. For a few years there, the future for the franchise looked bleak. Following the box office and critical failure of Star Trek: Nemesis, a planned fifth Next Generation movie installment was scratched. Ratings plummeted quickly for Star Trek: Enterprise and the eighteen year franchise run on TV came to an end in 2005. Cut…"Star Trek: One of the Best Star Trek Movies Ever"
Star Trek: The Original 4-Movie Collection arrives on 4K UHD just in time for the franchise’s 55th anniversary of the first episode in 1966. While this collection includes the first four films starring the original cast, it does not include Star Trek V: The Final Frontier (1989) or Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (1991). Perhaps 4K UHD releases will take place down the line? I don’t know. This could be either a Star Trek…"Star Trek: The Original 4-Movie Collection Hits 4K UHD"
Atlantis: The Lost Empire, quite the departure from the 1990s Disney films, marks its 20th anniversary since its 2001 theatrical release. This film came ten years after filmmakers Gary Trousdale and Kirk Wise directed Beauty and the Beast. At the time of its release, it featured a diverse cast and characters. Perhaps Disney may have been onto something but when all was said and done, it just didn’t earn enough money at the box office.…"Atlantis: The Lost Empire Marks 20th Anniversary"
For The Love of Spock honors the life of Leonard Nimoy in a very well-made documentary. Last year, I had the opportunity to talk to Adam Nimoy about the Kickstarter project for a documentary that he was working on. Over a year later and three months later, I just had the opportunity to view For the Love of Spock and it was just absolutely brilliant. The work that Adam put into this film shows how…"For The Love of Spock: A Son’s Tribute to Leonard Nimoy"