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Star Trek: Voyager - Season 4 (Slimline Packaging)

Released on 24 September 2007

Featuring: Kate Mulgrew, Ethan Phillips & Garrett Wang

Format: DVD | Rating: PG

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The much anticipated release of the forth season of Star Trek Voyager see the franchise boldly do what it does best and provide fans with fantastically scripted, highly entertaining science-fiction. Star Trek: Voyager made sci-fi history when it became the first Star Trek series to feature a female Captain.

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Personally I've always found this fourth season of Star Trek Voyager to be my least favourite collection however amongst the offerings you'll find in this DVD box set there are a few gems that I'd recommend as being particularly worth seeing. For providing echoes of her Borg past, hinting at her human parents and for that amusing mess hall scene where Neelix attempts to teach the former drone how to eat "The Raven" is an excellent story for new regular Seven. You'll also find a brief mention of this story from Visual Effects Producer Dan Curry in the worthy 11 min 'Red Alert : Amazing Visual FX' special features item. John Rhys-Davies plays Leonardo Da Vinci with endearingly believable impassioned gusto during "Concerning Flight" which is also essential viewing for that great 'flying machine' final sequence. There is marvellous comedic interaction between Andy Dick (as an Alpha quadrant EMH) and Robert Picardo during the Doctor's noteworthy away mission in "Message In A Bottle" where this holographic pairing attempt to retake a Starfleet vessel from the hands of the Romulans. I feel that the Hirogen are one of the most satisfying adversaries that the Voyager crew have encountered during their travels and they are certainly put to good use in the impressive two-part holodeck centred "The Killing Game" (a shared opinion with the production team). It's a quite convincing recreation of 1944 occupied France with the central cast slipping easily into period specific roles (with resistance members featuring Janeway as nightclub owner Katrine, Seven as the venues token 'songbird' and Neelix as produce supplier/message courier plus the liberating American military well represented by Chakotay and Paris). It's an imaginative, intriguingly engaging premise that effectively blends the crew's wartime simulation activities with the real present day deadly intentions of the hunter species Hirogen. If like me you've strolled sequentially through all twenty-six episodic offerings you'll eventually reach this title's special features items which naturally leads off with the obligatory 'Braving The Unknown' season overview. This one weighing in at 21 mins has lots of good stuff in it including Kate Mulgrew's very real feelings of loss at the departure of Kes as portrayed by Jennifer Lien plus behind the scenes of the story "Vis A Vis". Another regular box set feature is the 'Voyager Time Capsule' with season four offering a character overview of both 'Seven of Nine' (13 ¾ mins) and happily (as he's my favourite series character) 'Harry Kim' (14 mins). The interesting 10 ¾ min item entitled 'The Art of Alien Worlds' tackles the subject of matte paintings used throughout the entire franchise. The Borg's deadly CGI rendered adversary is the topic for a 9 ½ min 'The Birth of Species 8472' item which intriguingly shows how actors were able to fight with this imaginary creature during the story called "Prey". Aside from a congratulatory 5 min 'Voyager Release Party' you'll also find 6 easter egg items (about 10 mins total) and a 40 image photo gallery. In my opinion not the greatest of seasons but as a DVD box set the special features items certainly make this a much more appealing title to add to your Star Trek collection.

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I am up set by one of the reviews i have been a voyager fan since i was 14 years old, i am now in my 20's. it's not all about dumping poeple.
I think that the way that seven of nine was introduced was very good and at the same time finding a way to end kes's life on voyager but the way that she went was a great way to go.

 borg updates most welcome

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The introduction of 7 of 9,the dumping of kes and the less use of neelix combined to make this one of the better seasons.some great episodes,some stinkers but on the whole a vast improvemant on the past 3 tedious years.

 Welcome at last to the Borg....

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Voyager takes a while to get going and its not really till season 4 that all the scenes are set and some of the relationships start to evolve and deepen between the characters. Kes and Neelix relationship was always very silly but it was a shame to lose Kes as a character as she was just beginning to develop her many skills. Introducing 7 of 9 and the Borg definitely makes the story more interesting and exciting. You also start to get a feeling that Voyager is heading home and now has a real purpose. As part of the whole journey this is the real start and great fun. Bring it on...

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ActorsKate Mulgrew, Ethan Phillips, Garrett Wang, Jennifer Lien, Robert Beltran, Robert Duncan McNeill, Robert Picardo, Roxann Dawson & Tim Russ
CertificatePG
Year1997
ScreenFullscreen 4:3
LanguagesEnglish
Additional LanguagesFrench ; Spanish ; German ; Italian
SubtitlesEnglish ; English for the hearing impaired ; Danish ; Dutch ; French ; German ; Italian ; Norwegian ; Spanish ; Swedish
Duration16 hours and 33 minutes (approx)
RegionRegion 2 - Will only play on European Region 2 or multi-region DVD players.