Reviews and Problems with Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
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Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
The Digital Fix
2 June 2009
Summary: One thing I didn't understand at the time TWOK was released onto SD, and even less so now, was the failure to include the TOS episode in which Khan first appeared, Space Seed, as an extra. Surely it would have made a nice complement to the film here, and a commercially useful one as ad for the BD release of Season One? Anyway, that glaring omission aside, The Wrath of Khan is, at you would hope, one of the films that gets the best coverage in the extra details.
Conclusion: The 'Star Trek: Original Motion Picture Collection' contains six feature films and an almost overwhelming volume of supplemental content, both old and new. As we'll detail in subsequent reviews, the video quality of some of the later movies in the set is a bit uneven. Nonetheless, all are significant improvements over their old DVD editions. Even with its high list price, the set is an easy recommendation for fans.
Star Trek II: The Wrath Of Khan: Director's Edition
16 September 2002
Conclusion: Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan is found not guilty of all charges. While I do question the need for the added footage, this is still a wonderful and exciting movie. Paramount is also found innocent although whoever green lighted the way the interview sections were to be presented is sentenced to hard time on Ceti Alpha V. That is it. Court dismissed.
Excerpt: In my time writing for all of you at The Film Hobbit, you’ve probably heard me rant on and on about how much I love Star Trek (at least the even numbered ones) more than you’d care to. So I figured it was about time I sat down and talked a bit about the one piece of Star Trek history that means the most to me… and to the franchise, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan .