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Posted by: Matt McGloin
/ 2 years 10 weeks ago

Star Trek: The Next Generation: The Best of Both Worlds Blu-ray Trailer Now Online

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Below you can check out the trailer to the Star Trek: The Next Generation: The Best of Both Worlds Blu-Ray.

I was recently watching some of these on Netflix and found the quality to be not so good; however, this trailer - pardon the pun - looks to be a world of difference.

You can order it from Amazon here.

Synopsis: The powerful cliffhanger: The Best of Both Worlds Part 1 and 2 has been fully restored in brilliant 1080p HD and seamlessly edited together into one feature-length presentation...and the crew of the Enterprise is asked: How do you stop an unstoppable foe? The Enterprise team discovers the devastated remains of a Federation colony as an ambitious young officer joins the crew to confirm the presence of the deadly Borg. Soon after, Borg drones abduct Captain Picard, mutilating him horribly as they assimilate him into their collective. Commander Riker must take over as Enterprise captain as Steerfleet braces for an all-out battle to defend Earth. But the Borg's power proves overwhelming, and resistance is futile. Will Riker be forced to destroy his former captain to save Earth and the Federation?

Starring: LeVar Burton , Michael Dorn , Jonathan Frakes , Patrick Stewart , Wil Wheaton , Gates McFadden , Marina Sirtis , Brent Spiner

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