Star Trek: Nemesis - 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray

Like all good things, a long journey must come to an end and the Next Generation crew of the Starship Enterprise takes their final cinematic bow with the entertaining but decidedly uneven Star Trek: Nemesis . Now on 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray, Picard and his crew enjoy another beautiful Dolby Vision transfer with an aggressive audio mix to match and another selection of excellent bonus features. Not the best Trek but not the worst either - Recommended .

The tenth big-screen adventure in the STAR TREK movie franchise comes to 4K Ultra-HD with HDR-10 and Dolby Vision, boldly remastered from the original film elements. After the Enterprise is diverted to the planet Romulus, in hope of a successfully negotiated truce, the Federation soon discovers the Romulans are planning an attack on Earth.

STAR TREK: NEMESIS Bonus Content

  • Commentary by director Stuart Baird
  • Commentary by producer Rick Berman
  • Commentary by Michael and Denise Okuda
  • Text Commentary by Michael and Denise Okuda
  • Library Computer
  • Nemesis Revisited
  • New Frontiers – Stuart Baird on Directing Nemesis
  • Storyboarding the Action
  • Red Alert! Shotting the Action of Nemesis
  • Build and Rebuild
  • Four-Wheeling in the Final Frontier
  • Screen Test: Shinzon
  • The Star Trek Universe
  • A Star Trek Family’s Final Journey
  • A Bold Vision of The Final Frontier
  • The Enterprise E
  • Reunion with The Rikers
  • Today’s Tech Tomorrow’s Data
  • Robot Hall of Fame
  • Brent Spiner - Data and Beyond Part 4
  • Trek Roundtable: Nemesis
  • Starfleet Academy SCISEC Brief 010: Thalaron Radiation
  • The Romulan Empire
  • Romulan Lore
  • Shinzon & the Viceroy
  • Romulan Design
  • The Romulan Senate
  • The Scimitar
  • Deleted Scenes

Storyline: Our Reviewer's Take

As Tolian Soran said a few missions back, “...time is going to hunt you down, and make the kill," and time is on the hunt for Jean-Luc Picard (Patrick Stewart) and the crew of the Federation Starship Enterprise-E. As their tenure with Starfleet is about to reach its sunset, they’re called upon to rendezvous with Shinzon (Tom Hardy), the new Romulan Praetor to enter peace negotiations with the Federation. Only Shinzon isn’t a Romulan… he’s human, the failed experimental clone of Jean-Luc Picard! Faced with a younger more violent version of himself, Picard must once again protect the Federation from a threat unlike anything the galaxy has ever seen before.

All good things must come to an end, and we can only hope they end gracefully and fitfully. No one likes to see their heroes depart, but we can hope they’re able to go out strong. I don’t think Star Trek: Nemesis was intended to be the final cinematic voyage of Picard and his crew, but it sadly ended up that way after a dismal box office performance. As what has been a common theme for this round of films, Nemesis was a victim of competing ideals for a franchise with an identity crisis. One of my production professors at the time put it succinctly, “It’s a movie trying to hold onto the television series while also trying to be Star Wars .” 

On one hand Nemesis is sticking to its roots with interesting thematic elements about age, youth, and legacy. On the other hand, it’s also all about dune buggy “pew-pew” blaster fights. There’s an attempt at duality with ideas of Picard coming face to face with a violent version of himself and if he could have been the same under different circumstances. The version that could have been. Meanwhile, Data discovers another prototype of himself with B4 and attempts to upgrade and enhance this simpler more innocent android. But then we have to have those big space battles to keep those butts in theater seats excited with the Scimitar attacking the Enterprise. It tries to be small and ponderous and big and loud at the same time but

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All bumps aside, at least it’s entertaining. The new creative team of director Stuart Baird and writer John Logan definitely help to elevate this film above Insurrection (although as evidenced by his audio commentary, Baird might not have been the best choice). There’s energy and drive to break out of the small screen mold. And to that point, this is a creative move that probably should have happened a lot earlier in this Crew’s cinematic run. It would have also been wise to emulate some of the playbook moves of the Original Crew’s films with a multi-part storyline. Nemesis certainly feels like it’s trying to set up future adventures while the previous three films were content to be simple one-off episodes rather than an arching story. 

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And when this film failed at the box office in 2002, that was it. It was all over. We got the fleeting final image of B4 singing a song Data had stored in his memory banks and Paramount moved on to reboot the franchise with the uneven Kelvin timeline (that still may or may not have a fourth film coming). It took 18 years for the powers that be to decide it was time to come back to Picard and his crew and give them a genuinely satisfying final mission. While the first two seasons of Picard were decent, this third season is giving fans of Jean-Luc, Riker, Troi, Worf, Data, Geordi, and Crusher the finale we could have only hoped for so long ago. If there's room at the end of this last season for another Next Generation theatrical adventure, I wouldn't be upset.

Vital Disc Stats: The 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray The fourth and final cinematic adventure of the Next Generation crew, Star Trek: Nemesis , beams down to 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray with a two-disc 4K UHD + Blu-ray + Digital set from Paramount. Housed in a standard sturdy case, the 4K is pressed on a BD-66 with a BD-50 saved for the remastered 1080p presentation and bonus features. Both discs load to static-image main menus.

Video Review

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After the bright and cheery-looking Insurrection , Nemesis went dark… literally. This is a very dark-looking film as a key character is adverse to bright lights, so it's often steeped in pitch black with dynamic ominous shadows - and it looks great in 4K with Dolby Vision HDR. I heard it joked this lighting scheme was done so Paramount didn’t have to pay to paint the sets. True or not, when the lights are on, the film looks terrific with impressive details in facial features, costumes, and the slick makeup and creature effects for the Remans. CGI work is also a little stronger here than past films. Some of the CGI ship models can look a little weightless, but a lof of the effects hold up beautifully. Fine film grain is present throughout and there isn’t any signs of troublesome modulation or smoothing. 

Dolby Vision (and HDR10) work well for this outing, especially because of the film’s deep black levels and frequent shadowed imagery. The blacks are deep, ominous, and inky but offer some excellent shadow separation and depth. Even in the darkest scenes, it feels like there’s more to the background than past releases. Colors are bold with beautiful primaries with healthy natural skin shades. Whites are crisp and clear without issue. Once again this is another excellent Trek transfer for 4K leaving the film looking better than ever on disc.

Audio Review

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Star Trek: Nemesis also enjoys a full-throated active and engaging Dolby TrueHD 7.1 track. As silly as that dune buggy blaster battle race was, it sounds fantastic! Much like First Contact , a little more action goes a long way with this mix. The soundscape feels wide and expansive for those big open sequences in the desert or in Shinzon’s main hall but then can tighten up and feel claustrophobic for the battle on the Scimitar. Blaster fire and explosions and the hum of warp engines add some fun rumble into the subs. Dialog is clean and clear throughout without issue - Tom Hardy doesn’t do a goofy voice in this film. As the final completed score from Jerry Goldsmith before he passed away, it’s a great piece of work and sounds teriffic in this mix. There are quiet conversational moments that keep things relatively front/center focused, but there’s enough small activity in the sides and music in the rears to keep your channels engaged throughout. (The remastered Blu-ray enjoys this same excellent new 7.1 track as well).

Special Features

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The Paramount didn’t seem to mind that Star Trek: Nemesis was a flop at the box office, this release is stuffed to the gills with bonus content including three interesting audio commentaries. The Baird track is noteworthy for how much he just didn’t want this Star Trek film to be a Star Trek film, the other tracks are interesting but as has always been the case, the Michael and Denise Okuda tracks have always been the best and their text and audio commentaries continue that trend. The rest of the archival production and behind-the-scenes features are well worth the journey.  

4K UHD Disc

  • Audio Commentary by Stuart Baird
  • Audio Commentary by Rick Berman
  • Audio Commentary by Michael and Denise Okuda

Blu-ray Disc

  • Library Computer Viewing Mode 
  • New Frontiers: Stuart Baird on Directing Nemesis 
  • Storyboarding the Action 
  • Red Alert! Shooting the Action of Nemesis 
  • Build and Rebuild 
  • Four-Wheeling in the Final Frontier 
  • A Star Trek Family’s Final Journey 
  • A Bold Vision of The Final Frontier 
  • The Enterprise-E 
  • Reunion with the Rikers 
  • Today’s Tech Tomorrow’s Data 
  • Robot Hall of Fame 
  • Brent Spiner: Data and Beyond – Part Four 
  • Trek Roundtable: Nemesis 
  • Starfleet Academy SCISEC Brief 010: Thalaron Radiation 
  • Romulan Lore 
  • Shinzon & the Viceroy 
  • Romulan Design 
  • The Romulan Senate 
  • The Scimitar 
  • Rick Berman Intro 
  • Wesley’s New Mission 
  • Chateau Picard, 2267 
  • The Time of Conquest 
  • Data and B-4 
  • Federation Protocols 
  • The Chance for Peace 
  • A Loss of Self 
  • Remember Him? 
  • Turbolift Violation 
  • Sickbay Prepares for Battle 
  • Cleaning out Data’s Quarters 
  • Crusher at Starfleet Medical 
  • Advice for the New First Officer 
  • Storyboards: Scorpion Escape
  • Storyboards: The Jefferies Tube
  • Storyboards: Collision 
  • Storyboards: Data’s Jump 
  • Galleries: Production 
  • Galleries: Props
  • Bryan Singer (Easter Egg)
  • Riker and the Beast (Easter Egg)
  • Terry Frazee  (Easter Egg)

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Star Trek: Nemesis was the end of an era. The tenth cinematic adventure should have been a fresh restart for the Next Generation crew looking to close out their tenure on the Enterprise. Instead, a film with a lot of potential misses as often as it hits. The action is more aggressive and intense and the villain is great, but the film ultimately mismanages its best assets for an entertaining but ultimately middling final cinematic voyage. Not the worst Trek film, but still far from the best. Even this middling adventure enjoys a pretty damned terrific 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray release. The new Dolby Vision transfer is a notable improvement over past discs with an exciting Dolby TrueHD 7.1 track to match. Toss in hours of informative bonus features and this is a more than worthwhile upgrade. Recommended

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Star Trek Nemesis (4K Ultra HD)

Star Trek Nemesis is the 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray / Blu-ray / Digital combo release of Star Trek Nemesis . It was initially conceived to be part of the Star Trek: The Next Generation 4-Movie Collection , but it was decided to give it also a concurrent individual release in both the 4K UHD and Blu-Ray formats. The one-disc latter incidentally, was not only included in this set, but saw its own concurrent individual release as well.

The disc release constituted part of the completion of the remastering project to 4K HD 2160p resolution standards of the first ten Star Trek films which had started two years earlier with the Star Trek: The Original 4-Movie Collection . The two-disc release came in a Viva Elite case (containing the respective 4K UHD and Blu-ray discs), packaged in a cardboard slip-over sleeve. As usual with these releases (geo-restricted to the US and British Canada only, as the – former Blu-ray Region B [1] – European/Australasian releases do not have these) redeemable codes are included for the 4K resolution digital download versions of the films.

Back cover UK release (notice absence of digital option)

As is increasingly becoming commonplace, no DVD counterpart was issued for this specific version release.

  • 2 Background information
  • 4 External link

Contents [ ]

With the exception of the three audio commentaries , which were included on the 4K UHD disc as well, all other special features were located on the Blu-ray disc, which was otherwise identical in content organization to the originating 2009 version. (see here )

Background information [ ]

  • In Germany, the individual 4K UHD versions of the four Next Generation films were released six months prior to the originating 4-Movie Collection set. Australasia and Japan on the other hand, only saw the individual standalone releases, including this one.
  • Some other territories that had seen their own set release, such as France and Spain, were not provided with their own individual standalone releases afterwards, but which was not that much of an issue as the 4K UHD format was region-free with uniform contents for all territories, meaning that any import would do in those countries.

Footnote [ ]

  • ↑ The Region geo-restricting encoding had, for all intent and purposes, been dispensed with all together by the industry upon the advent of the UHD format, even though that policy change has never been made public officially. This incidentally, had already been applied to the Blu-ray disc format as well, whose region encoding was since late 2009 silently, but gradually, abandoned too, which in Star Trek 's case started with the Blu-ray releases of TOS Season 2 and Star Trek: The Next Generation Motion Picture Collection , [1] (X) only to pick up speed from the mid-2010s onward.

External link [ ]

  • Review at Blu-ray.com
  • 1 Daniels (Crewman)
  • 3 Star Trek: Prodigy

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Star Trek: Nemesis 4K Blu-ray Review

Ben spends some time with star trek: nemesis on 4k blu-ray and gives us his thoughts on the movie which saw solid hdr effects and a great audio mix..

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The Bottom Line

  • + Superb 4K remaster from the original camera negative
  • + Additional visible resolution and striking HDR toning
  • + Solid audio mix
  • - Limited extras

Should you buy it?

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With the Star Trek franchise in an apparently unavoidable tailspin courtesy of consistently declining box office returns and dwindling TV ratings (and with only one currently airing series; Enterprise , Paramount decided to gamble it all on one final mission for the Next Generation crew. Sparing no expense, the studio significantly boosted the budget, re-assembled the entire core cast, hired in-demand writer John Logan to develop an action-heavy crowd-pleaser, and tapped veteran Hollywood Producer-turned-Director Stuart Baird to take the reins.

Unfortunately, the audience failed to turn up, and Nemesis subsequently tanked at the box office - barely recouping its production budget and incurring a loss once promotional costs were factored in. Now over twenty years later, the film can be re-appraised by modern audiences and, despite its flaws, reveals a wholly entertaining sci-fi action film that is not nearly as bad as its reputation suggests.

When Shinzon (Tom Hardy) rises to power as the new ruler of the evil Romulan Empire, threatening the security of the Federation in the process, Captain Jean-Luc Picard (Patrick Stewart) and the crew of the Enterprise must engage in a high-stakes battle to not only prevent the death of millions but deal to an unexpected personal link which binds the two together.

Pilloried by critics and shunned by audiences on its initial release, Nemesis slammed the door firmly shut on the Next Generation era (at least, until it was re-opened in 2020 for the Paramount Plus series Picard ), but this technically proficient 4K release provides Trekkers and sci-fi fans alike with ample reason to give the series' theatrical swan song another chance. While it does have a number of significant flaws which have not necessarily diminished, I do think overall that time has been kind to this one.

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Video transfer

Star Trek: Nemesis is presented in its original aspect ratio of 2.35:1, encoded with H.265 compression, and finished with a Dolby Vision pass, in addition to a base HDR-10 layer.

With Nemesis , the entire run of Star Trek films (including the three Kelvin timeline reboots) have now been fully upgraded to native 4K via rejuvenation of the original camera negatives, which replace the previous inadequate and ancient HD masters in a wholly comprehensive manner.

While Nemesis was the youngest of the original Trek films and thus fared best in the Blu-ray era, this 4K re-do is nonetheless a substantial upgrade that offers enhanced resolution, excellent color balance, and rich and saturated tones. Shot more theatrically than its predecessors, Nemesis offers a significant boost in HDR tones, which improves several sequences, such as the dune buggy chase on Kolarus III, which were not able to be resolved properly in SDR.

Overall, this is an impressive remaster, and Star Trek fans should be pleased to add these films to their physical media collections, in likely the best quality they will ever be offered in the home.

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Audio transfer

Star Trek: Nemesis is presented in a Dolby TrueHD 7.1 remix at 24 bits.

Similar to three of the four Next Generation 4K releases, Paramount appears to have upgraded Nemesis with a new 7.1 mix, however an analysis of the audio spectrums reveals that the rear surrounds are identical and duplicated. So, essentially what we have is a 5.1 mix, inside a 7.1 wrapper, as opposed to a discreet (i.e., true) 7.1 mix.

Despite this, Nemesis has always enjoyed a rousing and aggressive audio mix that was standouts on previous DVD and Blu-ray releases which provides a good base for the offering on 4K. Nemesis features strong split-surround use, and the bass is tight and responsive when requested. I noticed no particularly strong issues with audio sync or dialogue intelligibility.

Following his superb contributions for First Contact and Insurrection , composer Jerry Goldsmith was welcomed back to the franchise for a fourth and final Star Trek score, which undoubtedly elevates the on-screen action. Nemesis was to be one of the maestro's final film scores before sadly succumbing to cancer in 2004.

I'm duty-bound to once again ponder what a Dolby Atmos mix could have sounded like, but overall, this is an impressive and impactful experience.

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Bonus materials

Unfortunately, unlike other international releases, Paramount has again not included a copy of the standard Blu-ray in the Australian release, which means all the video-based features are absent from this edition. Trekkers would be advised to hang on to the previous Blu-ray release or import the U.S. or U.K. editions to retain everything.

However, the 4K disc does include the three previously released Audio Commentary tracks, one provided by Director Stuart Baird, one from Producer Rick Berman, and the final from Star Trek experts Michael and Denise Okuda.

Finally, we also have a Text Commentary track written by Star Trek experts Michael and Denise Okuda. We don't see these on the format very often these days, but they're always fun. This one was first released on the 2-disc collector's edition DVD back in 2005, but excise from the Blu-ray, making its return welcomed.

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Star Trek: Nemesis never found an appreciative audience, but the superlative 4K release of the film is a good opportunity to give this another chance

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Star Trek: Nemesis 4K UHD Review

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Waiting for the Dawn

Following the Star Wars prequels, Star Trek: Nemesis takes the worst lessons from those films. Expanded visual effects technology removes limitations, leading to an absurd desert chase that sees Picard (Patrick Stewart) stunt jumping a buggy into a ship’s cargo hold. Nemesis stretches credibility while chasing trends.

It’s not all negative as a crash between the Enterprise and a Romulan ship ranks among the most spectacular sights in the movie series, original Star Trek or otherwise. Space battles dazzle in their scale, backed by glowing nebulae, lasers cutting through space’s blackness.

Hardy’s sniveling performance is Star Trek: Nemesis’ greatest attribute

Star Trek: Nemesis avoids the deeper thematic approach, becoming a more direct tale of good and evil, in this case Picard staring down his clone Shinzon (Tom Hardy). Still early in his career, Hardy instills Shinzon with no empathetic traits, out to kill for his own purposes, with Hardy’s sniveling performance Star Trek: Nemesis’ greatest attribute.

Credit to Picard’s storyline as well, forced to stare down someone who is himself, genetically. His scenes with Shinzon, dialog or action driven, are worth waiting for. It’s the rest of the Enterprise crew left abandoned, the sole exception being Data (Brent Spiner) also staring down his clone, albeit mechanically so. Their parallel development instills these heroes with proper gravitas, aiding the simplistic photon torpedoes being slung around them.

Prior to Star Trek: Nemesis , the franchise filled a void left behind post- Star Wars . In engaging directly with that sort of rival, Nemesis leaves behind the intellectual superiority for something appealing to a wide audience caught up in the post-prequels fever. The angles taken by Star Trek: Nemesis weaken the allegorical potency, leaving little room to explore characters or expand their continuing storyline(s).

At least the showmanship survives through the years, a few middling and hopelessly dated computer generated shots aside. One of the earliest, showing the Romulan capitol, mimics Star Wars almost shot-for-shot, but with less luster or scope. Before release, Star Trek: Nemesis found itself victim to aggressive editing to thin the runtime. Whether that additional material adds or detracts from an uneven finale might never be known, but what’s left doesn’t show any franchise enthusiasm.

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The first shot in Star Trek: Nemesis reveals banding, a rather tough start for this Dolby Vision master. For whatever reason, digital effects in Nemesis struggle in modern definition, even if Insurrection’s transfer didn’t suffer the same despite being an earlier production. Aliasing and softness mar nearly every digital composite, and even some all-digital images.

Cinematography veers softer overall, appearing less like a fresh modern scan than a recent(ish) one. Grain suffers depreciation from the encode that leaves chroma noise in places. This further erodes the finest textures, making this a struggle to eclipse the Blu-ray’s HD presentation, at least in terms of raw definition.

Luckily, the Dolby Vision’s boost to black levels – sensationally deep – and the by-design blown out contrast in spots works miracles to create the needed dimensionality. That’s where Star Trek: Nemesis earns its value on UHD, and that’s apparently quickly when the Enterprise crew drops to the planet surface for the first time.

As the most modern Star Trek in this box set, the TrueHD 7.1 mix benefits from contemporary mixing the most, thick in deep, rumbling LFE, dead-on accurate channel separation, and satisfying dynamic range. The way ships pass the screen, their engines roaring and stereos/surrounds suggesting motion, is flawless. Any action scene earns a reference stamp whether in space or on the ground. Gunfire and lasers effortlessly fill the available channels. When the Enterprise’s bridge window goes out, the rushing air sounds wholly convincing.

Explosions add their weight and power. There’s never a moment where Star Trek: Nemesis disappoints when using the subwoofer, especially as two ships collide, selling the scale through bass alone.

Four commentary tracks reside on the UHD, the first with director Stuart Baird. The next is producer Rick Berman solo, followed by an audio AND text commentary from Michael and Denise Okuda.

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While providing the best villain of the Next Generation movies, Star Trek: Nemesis fails to produce the nuance of its predecessors.

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Star Trek: Nemesis 4K Ultra HD

Featured in issue 266, march/april 2023.

In "Star Trek Nemesis," the 10th film in the "Star Trek" series, Captain Jean-Luc Picard (Patrick Stewart) and the Enterprise crew find themselves on a diplomatic mission to initiate peace with the Romulans. Learning that the Romulans have undergone a political upheaval and their new leader, a Praetor, wants to discuss a peace treaty with the Federation, Picard and his crew must investigate the situation and determine their sincerity. But Picard and crew learn that not only is the new Praetor not a Romulan at all, they also find that he is a human replica of Picard, originally bio-engineered by the Romulans to be substituted for the captain as a weapon against the Federation. Now, Picard and his crew must determine if the Romulans truly desire a peace treaty, or if they have other plans in mind. (Tricia Spears)

Special features include commentary by Director Stuart Baird; commentary by Producer Rick Berman; commentary by Michael and Denise Okuda; and a Library Computer interactive experience that allows you to access information about people, technology, locations, and more at the moment each appears in the film. The following featurettes can be found under Production: Nemesis Revisited (SD 25:45), New Frontiers: Stuart Baird On Directing Nemesis (SD 08:42), Storyboarding The Action (SD 03:37), Red Alert! Shooting The Action Of Nemesis (SD 10:08), Build And Rebuild (SD 07:44), Four-Wheeling In The Final Frontier (SD 10:14), and Screen Test: Shinzon (SD 06:29). The Star Trek Universe includes A Star Trek Family's Final Journey (SD 16:17), A Bold Vision Of The Final Frontier (SD 10:17), The Enterprise E (SD 11:37), Reunion With The Rikers (HD 10:47), Today's Tech Tomorrow's Data (HD 04:23), Robot Hall Of Fame (HD 04:34), Brent Spiner Data And Beyond Part 4 (HD 09:18), Trek Roundtable Nemesis (HD 10:26), and Starfleet Academy Scisec Brief 010 Thalaron Radiation (HD 02:27). The Romulan Empire offers Romulan Lore (SD 11:51), Shinzon & The Viceroy (SD 10:00), Romulan Design (SD 09:05), The Romulan Senate (SD 08:57), and The Scimitar (SD 13:14). Also included are 14 deleted scenes; four storyboards, production stills, and props photos under Archives; a teaser trailer; the theatrical trailer; BD-Live interactivity; and upfront ads.

The 2.39:1 2160p HEVC/H.265 Ultra HD Dolby Vision/HDR10 picture, reviewed on a VIZIO Quantum X P85QX-JI UHD/HDR display, was photographed digitally using the Arri Alexa camera system and sourced from a 4K master Digital Intermediate format. The film's encoding shows richly saturated reds, vibrant blues, and deep blacks (now a trademark of the series); giving it a bold picture quality. Color fidelity is superb, with hues that appear vibrant and natural, especially when contrasted by the deepest blacks, as this is an often-dark picture. Viewing in a black or darkened environment is recommended. Flesh tones are also nicely balanced and natural, with good definition. The picture is impressively sharp and detailed, revealing satisfying textures and clarity, particularly in close-ups of facial features, hair, clothing and object textures. The computer-generated images are incredibly detailed. The source element is consistently revealing and pristine throughout. HDR contrast is defined nicely with deep, solid blacks, and near-black shadows are generally delineated well, though, the darkest scenes are less revealing. This a dimensional-looking image that works to enhance the realism of the soundscapes. (Gary Reber)

The Dolby TrueHD 7.1-channel encoding is in the tradition of the past several Star Trek movies and is very well produced, with effective dynamically spatial engagement throughout. The soundtrack is excellently layered and delivers an engaging three-dimensional holosonic� soundfield. The sound design envelops the soundfield with aggressive surround in the four channels and dynamic energy and deep satisfying natural bass. The use of the spatial soundstage ranges between relative subtlety and sheer intensity. Fidelity is superb, as this mix is another one of the best remasterings regarding the film franchise of Star Trek. Deep bass is tight, powerful, and impactful with, at times, powerful low frequencies in the sub-25 Hz range. Atmospherics and sound effects nicely define the spatial dimensionality, giving the listener a more immersive surround envelopment experience, with effectively crafted pans. The music score from Jerry Goldsmith is a superb recording, sounding smooth and very well integrated into the overall sound mix. There's always that noticeable layer of music, even in the midst of intense activity from the other elements of the sound mix. The orchestral music score extends to the surrounds. The dialogue sounds abundantly natural, with voices also seeming rather well integrated with the visuals. This is yet another great soundtrack that is always satisfying. (Gary Reber)

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Star Trek: Nemesis - As Never Seen Before (Update)

  • Thread starter Forever94
  • Start date Oct 15, 2023

Forever94

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  • Oct 15, 2023

Hello everyone¡ It´s been a while since my first Reddit post about this project: https://www.reddit.com/r/startrek/comments/ixu0fk/star_trek_nemesis_as_never_seen_before/ and now I can give you an update. I´m currently working with 3 versions: -Main Version: Lots of cut or removed scenes, few brand new footage, few additional footage from the deleted scenes. -Alternate Ending Version: It´s basically the same but using an edited version of the "Alternate Ending" scene. -Extended Cut: This one will use all the deleted scenes that could be restored in an acceptable quality. At request, I might be doing a 4th one mixing the Extended Cut with the Main Version ending, which is more similar to the Theatrical Version ending. Every additional scene requires new music and video production so the first versions to be completed will be the Main Version and the Alternate Ending Version. As the project is still in progress, any advices regarding the edit or if anyone´s willing to help, just contact me here in Reddit. Here are some examples of the upgrading of the deleted scenes: https://imgsli.com/MjExNjM2 https://imgsli.com/MjExNjM4 https://imgsli.com/MjExNjM5 Cheers Antonio  

Firebird

Are you going to correct the vertical squeeze that's on the "restored" deleted scenes? Picard and Data look rather squat.  

  • Oct 16, 2023
Firebird said: Are you going to correct the vertical squeeze that's on the "restored" deleted scenes? Picard and Data look rather squat. Click to expand...

StewMc

  • Oct 17, 2023

I would say the "restored" versions look more accurate than the original deleted scenes, which were squeezed horizontally to my eyes.  

Tosk

StewMc said: I would say the "restored" versions look more accurate than the original deleted scenes, which were squeezed horizontally to my eyes. Click to expand...
Tosk said: Mayhap, but a bit over-corrected. The remastered shots are quite a good result considering how rough the original deleted scene looks. To my completely unprofessional eye, it could also use a de-redden and a little more playing with contrast and black levels. Quick and rudimentary example: Before After Click to expand...
Forever94 said: If you are willing to, I´d like to try your version using a debanding filter to see how it goes. Click to expand...
  • Oct 19, 2023
Forever94 said: At this point I´m not sure which one would be the correct version. Click to expand...

...but considering the presentation of the deleted scenes, I wouldn't use the location of the bars as a true guide.  

Firebird said: One thing to check is the aspect ratio of the image itself, ignoring the black letterboxing. Since this is anamorphic Panavision we're talking about, it should be 2.35:1... assuming Paramount didn't crop or zoom in on the original footage to begin with. Click to expand...

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Btw, I didn´t remove the "orange" appearance because it´s all around the actual Remastered Blu Ray. I don´t know if the actors went to beach a lot in summer that year or what, but it´s the natural colour. Check this screenshot: https://www.blu-ray.com/movies/screenshot.php?movieid=332119&position=5  

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Some comparisons: https://imgsli.com/MjE0OTIy/0/1  

Have to say, as Tosk mentioned above, these are impressive results given the poor quality of the source material. I tried my own fan edit of Nemesis about 15 years ago but never finished it, so I’m following this with interest. The thread for it on this board is probably still around somewhere.  

  • Oct 20, 2023
StewMc said: Have to say, as Tosk mentioned above, these are impressive results given the poor quality of the source material. I tried my own fan edit of Nemesis about 15 years ago but never finished it, so I’m following this with interest. The thread for it on this board is probably still around somewhere. Click to expand...
  • Nov 28, 2023

I´ve recently discovered one curious thing about Nemesis Home Video releases. All of them, from DVD to 4K, suffer colour banding during a lens flare with the first appearance of Romulus at the beginning of the movie. In the website where I´ve read that, they assumed this problem was baked-in to the original visual effect, but I think it came from the original master used for the DVD and the old Blu Ray which seems to be the same used for the 4K version, as they are keeping the non-original 2:35:1 aspect ratio. They just did a new colour grading and less DNR. I´ve also found colour banding in the initial Paramount Logo. I´ve fixed this for my edit, totally or partially, but it looks much better now. Check the screenshots: https://imgsli.com/MjIyOTIz https://imgsli.com/MjIyOTI2  

Cryogenator

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  • Jan 17, 2024

The 4K remaster of the extended cut of The Motion Picture plus the inclusion of previously unseen deleted scenes (some in HD, some in SD) surprised me. I hope to one day see the additional half hour of scenes deleted from Nemesis which were never released. Now that all thirteen films are available on 4K Blu-ray in Dolby Vision, extended cuts with Atmos tracks (only the original film and the Kelvin trilogy are currently available in Atmos) and possibly improved CGI would enable Paramount to rerelease them one more time.  

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  • Apr 12, 2024

Any news on this?  

  • May 23, 2024
Emperor-Tiberius said: Any news on this? Click to expand...

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  • Fans have been campaigning for a Star Trek: Legacy spinoff.
  • Picard showrunner Terry Matalas gives hopeful-ish update on the possibility of the spinoff.
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In an age of reboots and spin-offs, the Star Trek franchise heads boldly into the future. Despite Star Trek: Discovery having its fifth and final season, and Star Trek: Picard closing out its three-season run last year on Paramount+, fans and show executives alike are looking forward. One of the most highly anticipated potential spin-offs is Star Trek: Legacy . It started as a bit of a fan campaign, but caught on like wildfire among cast and executives. The show would be a continuation of the events at the end of Picard . It would follow Seven of Nine ( Jeri Ryan ) as she captains the newest USS Enterprise. The show would likely also include the return of Raffi Musiker ( Michelle Hurd ) and Jack Crusher ( Ed Speelers ).

In March of this year, CBS CEO George Cheeks said in an interview with Vulture that the breaks are likely pumped for this next iteration of Star Trek because while "there’s so much great opportunity with the franchise" he doesn't "want to offer up all these amazing premium drama series at once." Cheeks definitely gives the impression that it's not a 'No' but instead a 'Not right now' by saying, "we want to time it out appropriately."

Star Trek: Picard showrunner Terry Matalas would likely be the brains behind the show should it finally get the green light. In an recent interview on The D-Con Chamber podcast, Matalas echoes Cheeks's 'not right now' sentiment. "I would say never say never." On the podcast he also revealed he's actually written scens with Ryan's Seven of Nine and Speelers's Jack Crusher, giving fans the canon fodder to want the series all the more.

I mean, I even wrote scenes and stuff… I wrote a scene with [Jack] and Captain Seven at a bar that was great, and you were the Bones to her Kirk… It was fun…

Who Would Be On Star Trek: Legacy?

The most likely lineup of the main crew of Star Trek: Legacy would be of course, Seven of Nine who fans first met on Star Trek: Voyager . The ex-Borg drone joins the crew halfway through the series. After Voyager concludes, we don't see Seven again until Season 1 of Star Trek: Picard . In her absence, Seven has become a Fenris Ranger (basically a bounty hunter/vigilante type) after not being accepted into Starfleet Academy due to her Borg past. Over the course of the three-season run of Picard , we see Seven finally get accepted into Starfleet and work her way up to the rank of First Officer under Captain Liam Shaw ( Todd Stashwick ) on the USS Titan.

After the events of Season 3, the Titan was recommissioned as the next USS Enterprise with Seven at the helm. Her on-again-off-again love interest, Raffi Musiker, was by her side as her first officer. In the final moments of the series finale, we also see Jack Crusher come aboard the Enterprise. The product of the will they-won't they couple, Dr. Beverly Crusher ( Gates McFadden ) and Captain Jean-Luc Picard ( Patrick Stewart ), Jack joins the crew after speed-running the academy.

Star Trek is Going Back To the Academy

With Starfleet Academy in mind, the next show coming out of the Star Trek franchise that is greenlit, is Star Trek: Starfleet Academy . Matalas says the reason is because the show was in development even before the events of Star Trek: Picard 's Season 3 planted the seed for the Legacy show. "I do know that these [shows] cost a lot of money," he says, "and [it] can’t just be like, ‘You get a Star Trek , and you get a Star Trek .'" Which means that for now, fans will have to wait.

The Starfleet Academy show will be set in the 32nd Century. A number of cast members have already been announced. Set in the same time period as the final three seasons of Star Trek: Discovery . Executive producer, Alex Kurtzman told the Los Angeles Times earlier this year that the reason for that was to see, "who’ll inherit, who’ll re-inherit, the task of exploration as a primary goal" after the events of D iscovery and to better reflect the themes of more current events.

So maybe the news of a greenlit Star Trek: Legac y will have to wait another day, but fans can always go back and rewatch the characters that would likely be a part of the main cast in Star Trek: Picard .

Star Trek: Picard is available to stream on Paramount+ in the US.

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  • Only a select few knew about Wil Wheaton's surprise return as Wesley Crusher in Star Trek: Prodigy season 2.
  • Despite hosting The Ready Room, Wheaton kept his Wesley secret for 3.5 years before the big reveal.
  • Wesley Crusher's Traveler powers are fully explained in Star Trek: Prodigy season 2.

Wil Wheaton reveals who in Star Trek knew about his comeback as Wesley Crusher in Star Trek: Prodigy season 2. After a 2002 cameo in Star Trek: Nemesis as Wesley Crusher, Wil made another surprise cameo as Wesley in Star Trek: Picard season 2's finale. Otherwise, Wheaton has kept his Star Trek ties strong as host of the Paramount+ aftershow, The Ready Room , while staying silent about the fact that, as Wesley the Traveler, Wil plays an integral role in Star Trek: Prodigy season 2.

In an upcoming exclusive interview about Wesley Crusher's standout role in Star Trek: Prodigy season 2, Screen Rant asked Wil Wheaton who in Star Trek knew he was playing Wesley again. Wil reveals that the list of who knew his Wesley secret was very short , and he had to stay quiet about his return as Star Trek' s "original prodigy" for three and a half years. Read his quote below:

Not a lot of people [knew]. I mean, the folks who worked on the show, obviously. Most of my [Star Trek: The Next Generation] cast didn't know. My space mom [Gates McFadden] knows. [Jonathan] Frakes knew. Kate [Mulgrew] knew because we had scenes together. But nobody else knew. It was a gigantic secret. When I worked on Picard, nobody on Picard knew that it was coming up. And for years - years! - people have been saying to me, ‘Man, I want to see Wesley again. Do you think he'll be in Strange New Worlds? Do you think you'll be in Prodigy? Do you think he'll be in –?' And every time I was like, 'I'm going to tell you a big old lie right now because that's what I have to do. I don't know.’ So sorry, everybody. SURPRISE!

Wesley Crusher became a Traveler at the end of Star Trek: The Next Generation, and Star Trek: Prodigy season 2 reveals Wes' full abilities.

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Considering how easily and often spoilers leak on the Internet, the fact that Wil Wheaton and Star Trek: Prodigy were able to keep Wesley Crusher a secret since 2021 is truly remarkable. Of course, Wheaton had the tough part of not violating his non-disclosure agreement and outright lying when he had to. But it's also amazing that the few people who did know Wil was playing Wesley again in Star Trek: Prodigy season 2 also kept the cat in the bag. Of course, Gates McFadden and Kate Mulgrew are also part of Star Trek: Prodigy season 2's cast , so they also had their own secrets to keep.

It's obvious Wil Wheaton has a blast playing the best version of Wesley Crusher Star Trek has ever seen.

The surprise of Wesley Crusher's return midway through Star Trek: Prodigy season 2 was incredibly rewarding. Fans (and Wil Wheaton) wondered for decades about Wesley's life as a Traveler , and Star Trek: Prodigy not only explored what Crusher can do as a cosmic being who protects Star Trek 's timelines , but also made Wesley central to season 2's multiversal story. It's obvious Wil Wheaton has a blast playing the best version of Wesley Crusher Star Trek has ever seen, and Star Trek: Prodigy season 2 made how difficult it must have been to keep his Wesley Crusher comeback a secret worth it for fans, and Wil Wheaton himself.

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Most science fiction movie franchises that get past six films are fairly impressive. Way back before the MCU blew up in 2012 or the Star Wars sequels began in 2015, sci-fi film franchises generally didn’t get into the double-digits. In fact, the seemingly immortal Planet of the Apes franchise just now released its 10th film overall. Star Wars has 11 theatrical films, but five of those all came out in the last nine years. This summer, the Alien franchise will release its ninth film in very fragmented continuity, which funnily enough, has the subtitle Romulus , a term that was arguably popularized by the scrappiest science fiction franchise of them all — Star Trek .

While it's tempting to think of Star Trek as primarily a TV sci-fi empire (there are 11 distinct shows, with a 12th in production) the fact is, as a film franchise, Star Trek is not only massive but also extremely durable. And as of right now, every single Star Trek movie — from 1979 to 2016 — are all streaming on Paramount+. Here’s why even someone with a casual interest in science fiction or Star Trek should binge these movies ASAP.

In 1979, a TV series getting turned into a major motion picture was not common. Before Star Trek: The Motion Picture, the best examples of TV shows having feature film versions were the 1954 Dragnet and the 1966 Adam West-led Batman . What made Star Trek: The Motion Picture significant is that not only was it a TV series-turned-movie, but it was also released a decade after the show had been canceled. On top of this, it was a major aesthetic redesign for the entire concept. While Star Trek: The Original Series was known for its over-the-top colors and melodramatic action-adventure-oriented directorial choices, The Motion Picture was a contemplative epic, directed by cinema legend Robert Wise, with a graceful score from Jerry Goldsmith. For any of its faults, Star Trek: The Motion Picture wasn’t an attempt to emulate Star Wars. If anything, it was the exact opposite.

And from 1979, each Star Trek movie — to some degree — has been a departure from the previous installment. While the films sometimes struggled to translate the smaller-stakes brilliance of the episodes of the various series into big tentpole events, there’s no denying that each Star Trek film is utterly dissimilar to all other Star Trek films. With 1982’s crowd-pleasing favorite The Wrath of Khan , director Nicholas Meyer solidified a nautical flavor and mashed it up with a revenge thriller. Directing two back-to-back films, The Search for Spock and The Voyage Home , Leonard Nimoy created one movie about a spiritual journey and another film about environmentalism. By the time you get to Meyer’s other Trek film, The Undiscovered Country , you’re dealing with a deeply political film with smart commentary on the collapse of the Soviet Union, and the dangers of nationalism in general.

And that only covers through 1991! The four films spanning The Next Generation crew’s jump to the big screen are equally diverse in themes and concepts. While 1994’s Generations explores ideas of mortality and addiction, 1996’s First Contact reimagined the Trek revenge film with the hero as the person at fault. And though Insurrection (1998) and Nemesis (2002) are generally considered some of the weakest films in the franchise, the performances from guest villains F. Murray Abraham and Tom Hardy are outstanding.

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In 2009, J.J. Abrams famously rebooted the Trek franchise with a new film simply titled Star Trek . While this film still creates a fair amount of controversy in hardcore Trekkie fandom circles, it is probably the best J.J. Abrams movie ever, and holds up extremely well as a great contemporary blockbuster, 15 years after its release. Star Trek Into Darkness , its 2013 sequel, is probably one of the least-loved Trek films of all time, but that doesn’t mean that Benedict Cumberbatch’s take on Khan isn’t fantastic. Nor, can anyone ignore the brilliant spectacle of the film in general. But it was 2016’s Star Trek Beyond that provided one of the most well-balanced Trek movies since The Wrath of Khan. Helmed by Fast and Furious alum Justin Lin with a script co-written by Lin, Simon Pegg, and Doug Jung, Into Darkness’ much-superior follow-up movie showed a deep, deep love for the flavor of The Original Series.

Since 2016, there have been no new Star Trek films in theaters. Instead, the franchise has expanded significantly in the medium of streaming TV, while various plans for a new Star Trek movie have remained stalled for more reasons than even Data could recall off the top of his head. Late 2024 will see the release of the first direct-to-streaming Trek movie — the highly anticipated sci-fi spy flick Star Trek: Section 31 , starring Michelle Yeoh. After that, a new Trek “origin story” movie, directed by Toby Haynes, is expected sometime in 2026, just in time for Star Trek’s 60th anniversary.

Whether or not that movie will actually beam down is unclear. But, until then, if you want to experience a wide variety of sci-fi adventures, set in a cozy, yet compelling future, you can’t do much worse than to binge all the Trek movies, starting at the very beginning.

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The fifth and final season of "Star Trek: Discovery" aired on May 30, 2024, marking the end of an era. "Discovery" was the "Star Trek" series that launched CBS All Access back in 2017, signaling the return of the franchise to TV after a 12-year hiatus. It also was the first of six new "Star Trek" shows that were to run simultaneously on the service; "Discovery" soon shared time with "Short Treks," "Star Trek: Picard," "Star Trek: Lower Decks," "Star Trek: Prodigy," and "Star Trek: Strange New Worlds." There were grand plans afoot to add "Starfleet Academy" and "Section 31" to that roster, making "Star Trek" constant and ubiquitous. 

Thanks to the caprices of the Streaming Wars, however, the expensive all-growth-all-the-time model proved to be untenable, and many of the above shows came to an end. As of this writing, only "Lower Decks" and "Strange New Worlds" are returning, while "Section 31" was shortened to a single TV movie. "Starfleet Academy" is currently finding its cast. 

"Discovery," meanwhile, exited on a season devoted to an Indiana Jones-style adventure, with its characters galavanting across the galaxy, trying to locate an impossibly ancient alien widget with unknown properties. The unknown widget, possibly a weapon, belonged to a species called the Progenitors, a race of aliens first introduced in the "Star Trek: The Next Generation" episode "The Chase" (April 26, 1993). 

As it so happens, "The Chase" was directed by longtime Trek actor Jonathan Frakes,  now an experienced director with a decades-long career . He also, by coincidence, directed "Lagrange Point," the penultimate episode of "Discovery." Earlier this year, Frakes talked to IndieWire about the end of the series and how it was merely a coincidence that one of his episodes of "NextGen" inspired a whole season of "Discovery." He takes no credit.

Read more: What Went Wrong With Star Trek: Nemesis, According To Jonathan Frakes

To catch up any non-Trekkies: "The Chase" was about the Federation racing with the Klingons, the Romulans, and the Cardassians to uncover a mysterious ancient secret on a distant planet. There is a lot of double-dealing and intrigue, but the search will ultimately find representatives from each group beaming down to an uninhabited world and uncovering an ancient holographic message left there eons ago. A member of the Progenitors appears and explains that her species was the very first sentient species in the galaxy. When they had mastered space travel, they were bummed out to find that they were alone. They proceeded to seed millions of worlds with their own DNA, hoping that Progenitor-like species would eventually evolve on each one. 

"The Chase" provided a handy sci-fi excuse as to why all the aliens in "Star Trek" looked more or less like humans (one head, two arms, bipedal, walks upright, etc.). While Frakes directed multiple episodes of "Discovery," he didn't develop the story for the show's fifth season, and had no input into the "Chase"-based story. That was the decision of showrunner Michael Paradise. Frakes said very directly: 

"It's just by chance that 'The Chase' was my episode. [...] In the old days on 'NextGen,' you were assigned episodes based on people's availability. I'm very proud to have been a part of it, though, and very excited that Michelle Paradise chose it as sort of the tipping off point for the season. But it was clearly by happenstance that it happened to be an episode that I had directed then, and now I'm involved with the finale of, so it's thrilling." 

Paradise could have taken any episode from any Trek series as his jumping-off point, but decided on "The Chase." As one can see, Frakes was certainly pleased.

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