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The Next Generation All Good Things come to an end...but not here.

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Old April 27 2013, 11:54 PM   #136
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Re: Season 3 Theatrical Event Date Revealed

I had lots of fun with this showing. It was very fortunate one of my friends on facebook posted about how he was planning on going, otherwise I wouldn't have even known it existed.

My showing here in Spokane sold out, and from the reactions from the crowd, you could tell everyone that went was a Trekkie. It was just a lot of fun.

What is the interval between these screenings? I suppose it all depends on what episodes they decide to show, but I know I'll definitely go if they show "All Good Things..." That still remains one of my favorite episodes of any Trek show ever.
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Old April 28 2013, 12:17 AM   #137
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What is the interval between these screenings? I suppose it all depends on what episodes they decide to show, but I know I'll definitely go if they show "All Good Things..." That still remains one of my favorite episodes of any Trek show ever.
For the first three seasons, they have always shown the episodes in theaters the Thursday on the week before the release of a new TNG season on Blu-Ray. I'm expecting it to be the same for season four. You just have to keep an eye out for it by looking at theater listings in your area for that night you expect it to be shown. It's a Fanthom Event so each of these showings have been one night only.
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Old April 28 2013, 11:55 PM   #138
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Well like I said upthread, my theater was sold out for the BOBW event. So I imagine they'll keep doing them as well.
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Old April 29 2013, 05:04 PM   #139
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http://trekcore.com/blog/2013/04/the...g-to-remember/

This showing seems to have been a huge success.

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Old April 30 2013, 10:37 AM   #140
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It's a shame we don't get the theatrical screenings in the UK, but I was lucky enough to watch The Best of Both Worlds blu-ray on a friend's projector screen last night, and the quality is absolutely fantastic. It does not look 24 years at all, it looks positively brand new. The picture is crisp and clear and the newly composited special effects looks outstanding.

By comparison, we watched season 2's 'Q Who' beforehand, and although it's nice and clean and sharp, the extra sparkle that CBS-Digital adds in-house just isn't there. The ships don't blend with the backgrounds quite right, they're too washed out, and the big pull-out reveal of the Borg interior (which is supposed to be a an awe-inspiring moment), was spoiled somewhat by the overly smooth picture due to excessive grain removal. One thing they did improve on is when the dead Borg drone in engineering disappears, there's now an excellent dissolve effect and a burn mark on the carpet.

Aside from that, CBS-Digital's work is just so much better. Better colours, better constrast and yet it still looks how you remember it looking. Just when you get used to everything being in HD, those three seconds of upconverted footage appear, and when it happened we all went "bleugh! WTF?" (or words to that effect), as we were suddenly reminded of just how awful the show actually used to look.

It's lovely now, though. I must have them all in HD! I just need to sell one of my livers to afford it. It's okay, I can get by with just one.
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