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Star Trek: Nemesis 4K 2002
Star Trek: Nemesis 4K 2002

Star Trek: Nemesis 4K 2002

Producer:
Stuart Baird
Cast:
Patrick Stewart, Jonathan Frakes, Brent Spiner, LeVar Burton, Michael Dorn, Marina Sirtis, Gates McFadden, Tom Hardy, Ron Perlman, Shannon Cochran, Dina Meyer, Jude Ciccolella, Alan Dale, John Berg, Michael Owen, Kate Mulgrew, Robertson Dean, David Ralphe.
IMDB 6.4
File Size: 53.52 GB
Film Description
After the wedding of Commander William Riker and Councilor Diana Troy, the crew of the USS Enterprise detects a positronic signal on a planet near the Neutral Zone, where they find the B-4, a less perfect prototype android created by Dr. Soong, than Data.

This mystery remains unsolved, as at the same time Admiral Janeway orders the Enterprise to go to Romulus, where the Senate has been overthrown in a coup by Shinzon and his followers. Upon arrival on Romulus, the Enterprise discovers not only the most powerful ship they have ever encountered, but also a terrible secret concerning the new leader of the Romulan Empire, who plans to use a deadly weapon to destroy all life on the Federation's main planet, Earth.

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The Star Trek universe has always differed from its numerous prototypes by its slow pace of events, everything that happens in it is explained in terms of science, which allows to develop this universe, show new worlds, new phenomena, show changes occurring in it, instead of showing in each series only battles in new locations with eternally unexplained events (for example, "Andromeda"). Of course the feature films were supposed to bring a better visual quality, but always kept a leisurely and scientific pace to the narrative. Path 10 was supposed to be a real event, but it barely made it to budget figures despite its incredible publicity. The reasons for the failure are not clear to me, most likely because the way was on TV, to put it simply, it was banal. But for the title of a potential hit there were grounds:

First, the path plots have always been notable for the logicality of events and the strangeness of the staging. The banal seizure of power was brightened up by an interesting twist and an excellent denouement (the second robot, the clone, the ramming of the ships). Simply put, this movie is interesting to watch.

Secondly, the tracks have always lagged behind their counterparts in terms of visuals. Even in the 90s, when not a single space movie was without the help of a computer, the tracks used small models, but finally in the anniversary film they abandoned them. The big budget was enough for decent effects, expensive sets, a normal explosion, not a bunch of sparks, when the phaser beam hit. The ships got a normal realistic light reflection, well, of course, the magnificent final ramming of two ships, the perfect view of the contents of the ships and the fragments in space, shown from different angles for 10 seconds, and most importantly, it looks modern, not cutting off the eyes with its computer graphics, it is almost outdated. But Star Trek has always lagged behind Star Wars in terms of graphics. It is worth comparing the previous film with this one - the result is obvious, a huge step forward for the universe of the way, though not taking into account the 11th film. Simply put, this movie is a pleasure to watch.

The entire film can be described in one word - quality. This is a very high quality and well thought out film. Of course, it is clear that fans of tons of special effects in every second will hardly like the slow tone of the movie, but after all, that is why it is called a science fiction movie. There are plenty of beautiful special effects here, though. I mean the space itself, all the nebulae of different colors, the planets. But I would like to have a small point: two ships go in hyperspace and one opens fire on another and thus stops its engines. The pickup is this - the phaser torpedo is slower than the speed of light, and the speed of the engine is several times the speed of light, so this is not possible under any conditions. But do you want to look for inaccuracies when watching it? I did not want to, I noticed it by accident.

The musical accompaniment is as always on point - it's orchestral, slightly altered, but perfectly recognizable from the previous films and TV series.

I really wish that along with Captain Kirk the adventures of Jean-Luc Picard were updated, but even if that doesn't happen, that's okay, "Star Trek: Retribution" is already a quality, strong, interesting, thoughtful sci-fi film in its own right, which will be a pleasure to watch from time to time.

Info Blu-ray
Video
Codec: HEVC / H.265 (53.2 Mb/s)
Resolution: Native 4K (2160p)
HDR: Dolby Vision, HDR10
Aspect ratio: 2.39:1
Original aspect ratio: 2.39:1

Audio
English: Dolby TrueHD 7.1 (48kHz, 24-bit)
English: DTS-HD Master Audio 7.1 (48kHz, 24-bit)
English: Dolby Digital 5.1
English: Dolby Digital 2.0
French: Dolby Digital 5.1
German: Dolby TrueHD 5.1
German: Dolby Digital 5.1
Spanish (Latino): Dolby Digital 5.1
Japanese: Dolby Digital 5.1

Subtitles
English, English SDH, French, Danish, German, Spanish, Japanese, Dutch, Norwegian, Finnish, Swedish.



File size: 53.52 GB
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