Sunday, April 17, 2016

DVD + Blu-Ray Review: Star Trek Enterprise

"The short lived  series was unpopular with many trekies and fans but still holds up-well to the original series with plenty of sci-fi and lots of moral/ life lessons. "

Enterprise seems to be an entry into the memorable Star Trek franchise that had fans divided down the middle. Some thought it was good clean fun the way the series should be. Others were disappointed that it wasn’t really living up to its name as a prequel.My opionin is that Start Trek Enterprise was another classic science-fiction show cancelled before its time’. We are living in aan absolutely brilliant season of television which only showed that this series could have gone on to shine in a fifth season if the network allowed it. With the exception of one fairly average episode every show here is exciting and enjoyable and really does a brilliant job of filling in a few gaps in the Star TrekUniverse. It also offers terrific closure of not just this series, but the entire franchise. The series is complimented further with a very good audio and video transfer and a slew of extras which make this a very high quality package.
Here's The  Important Facts:

Video
Each episode is presented in 1.78:1 anamorphic widescreen.

Audio
The disc features a Dolby Digital 5.1 track.

Extras
Each episode features extras are audio commentaries.

There are a total of three deleted scenes spread over different discs.

The first option on the final disc is a series of featurettes.