It’s a bit of a relief to hear that Star Trek: Beyond, the new Star Trek film from J.J. Abrams and Roberto Orci, is still going strong.
The last Star Trek movie, The Wrath of Khan, was the last film to reach the $1 billion mark at the worldwide box office.
Abrams is a veteran director who has also written the Star Trek television series and the original Star Trek movies.
But Abrams, Orci and J. J. Abrams have a new project in the works, which is set to release on Blu-ray and DVD this fall.
The audio and video features on the Blu-rays are very good.
It is very good in the first part of the film, and I have heard good things about the rest of the first half of the movie.
It’s the audio, in particular, that really makes Star Trek Into Darkness feel like a Star Trek adventure.
It just really feels like a real Star Trek story, which I’m really looking forward to.
There’s a lot of great music, too.
The story is very much in line with the films, with the first film being a story about the journey of the crew of the USS Enterprise, and the second being about the ship’s evolution.
I think that was a really interesting idea to take and have it be both a science-fiction story, where we’re trying to figure out what’s going on, and a space adventure, where you’re on an alien planet.
It was also really fun to explore that concept.
There are a lot more of the Vulcan songs in the film.
There is a great line in the script where Spock is talking to a Vulcan girl, and he’s like, “She’s my mother, she’s the only one who ever told me I’m special.”
There’s also a Vulcan song that says, “A Vulcan is a Vulcan, we’re not afraid of you.”
That’s a really cool line, and it’s a little bit of the tone that the crew is trying to take.
They’re going to face the Vulcan’s threat.
There will be some Vulcan threats, and there are also some Klingon threats, but there’s no danger of the Klingon empire going down.
There just isn’t any.
There was a lot that I would have loved to see in the Blu, but I think the story is still so great, and we’re going back to it in the second half.
And the audio is really good.
There really are no cuts.
The quality of the audio on the DVD is really high.
The music is great.
The sound design is really cool.
There were some problems with some of the voiceover for some of those lines, but those are just issues that the audio team had to sort of figure out.
But the dialogue was pretty good.
The voices for everyone were very nice, and that was very important to me, that you could hear everybody’s voices.
So I can hear everyone, I can see what they’re thinking.
I’m just really looking forwards to seeing it.
The Blu-Ray is also very good, and has some great sound.
There weren’t any issues with the sound.
And I think it’s really fun.
I like it.
It will also be released on DVD and on BluRay on August 23.
We’re expecting a lot from the first two Star Trek films.
I mean, there are some great Star Trek features, but also there’s this big universe of space that Abrams is bringing to this universe.
And we can expect that there will be lots of action.
But you will also see a lot about this space, and maybe even a little more about the Klingon-Uranian conflict.
And of course, we will get to see the new Enterprise, which was announced last year and which we’re really looking at.
So there will definitely be lots to look forward to in the coming months.
Star Trek into Darkness Blu-Rays are on sale now at select retailers worldwide, and at the Disney Store and select Disney retail locations.
In the United States, the Blu Ray will cost $9.99.
In Canada, the DVD will cost the same as the BluRay.
In Australia, the disc will cost a little less.
The U.K. will be getting a digital version on September 14, while the U.S. and Canada will get a Blu-RAY version on November 10.
In Japan, the Japanese version of the BluRays will cost 5,800 yen ($8.80).
The digital versions will be released in Japan on October 28, and in the United Kingdom on November 1.