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TOS was filmed in full screen, so there would have to be some tampering in order to make it widescreen. I would think this would also be the case with TNG, DS:9, and Voyager. It made sense to update the special effects of the original Star Trek (because they wanted to re air them in HD), but I am not sure I would see the point of doing the same to the others. I mean honestly, when is enough enough? Can we not accept that a show or movie is from a certian year and enjoy it as that? Things like special effects will ALWAYS be getting better, does that mean we have to constantly be upgrading them in every show and film? George Lucas has fallen into this trap. SW has already undergone two special effects revisions, and I daresay they won't be the last. The idea of a work art never being finished is a futile one, if that is the case how are we every to enjoy it? Might as well say, I'll check it out later, when it is finsihed and no longer a work in progress. Let it be done and enjoy it for what it is. This is Star Wars, a film from the late seventies, notice the model work and the special effects? They were top notch for the day...

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Tonights episode was the season 2 finale "The Jem'Hadar".........

Now THAT's what I'm talking about........how good was that? Very!

FINISHED:
The Sith Revealed - A Scrapbook
Episode III The Video Game - The Movie
24: The Missing Day
Star Wars - The Interactive Board Game DVD
Battlefront - Journal of the 501st
The Clones Revealed

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Originally posted by: daveytod
Tonights episode was the season 2 finale "The Jem'Hadar".........

Now THAT's what I'm talking about........how good was that? Very!

Very good indeed.

I finally decided to watch DS9. I watched almost 3 seasons in 10 days. I can even appreciate the Ferengi now. That Quark isn't so bad.
Fez: I am so excited about Star Whores.
Hyde: Fezzy, man, it's Star Wars.
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and tonights episode, the season 3 opener, contnues what was, at the time, a new standard in Star Trek shows

FINISHED:
The Sith Revealed - A Scrapbook
Episode III The Video Game - The Movie
24: The Missing Day
Star Wars - The Interactive Board Game DVD
Battlefront - Journal of the 501st
The Clones Revealed

email me for details daveytod AT btinternet DOT com

 

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Yes, a fantastic double episode. I loved the discovery of the Dominion and the Federation war ship.
Fez: I am so excited about Star Whores.
Hyde: Fezzy, man, it's Star Wars.
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Started re-watching some episodes from DS9 lately, thought this was rather apt…


 

Really was a quality series - discussing some topics ahead of it’s time (or what was to come - terrorism, freedom, religion, politics and the more negative aspects - and results - of war). Some superb guest and recurring actors really helped the show too - and some great layered and detailed writing too, of course.
 


Why don’t you knock it off with them negative waves? Why don’t you dig how beautiful it is out here? And say something righteous and hopeful for a change?

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A short, yet cool and quirky, tribute vid to DS9…

Star Trek Deep Space Nine tribute - A Little Less Conversation’:-

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tmdrhfA0-Fw

 


 

Pleasing to see the ‘What We Left Behind’ documentary doing so well too and selling out on the shows, plus getting positive reviews too:-

https://ds9documentary.com/
https://twitter.com/DS9Doc
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrLwt31BEPUj7kJCnXk8S_Q

Plus, intriguing to see how good some of the selected DS9 scenes look in HD as well… (and a real shame it seems we won’t get the whole series in HD anytime soon)
 


Why don’t you knock it off with them negative waves? Why don’t you dig how beautiful it is out here? And say something righteous and hopeful for a change?

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I think there’s too much syndication money left on the table if they don’t remaster the series eventually. Maybe if the costs come down a bit more?

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