I posted these examples before:
Star Trek 6 / Super-35 (the only Trek movie not shot in anamorphic):
Star Trek 5 / anamorphic:
It would be hard to fake that stretched anamorphic bokeh in every shot in post using spherical footage, but of course you can get a shallow focus look by using Master Primes wide-open. Even though the increased depth of field of Super-35 solved the classic problems of shooting on the bridge set of "Star Trek", which is that it is a circular room with the captain in the middle and the helmsman and navigator in the foreground, creating all sorts of focus issues during dialogue scenes, only "Star Trek 6" opted to shoot in Super-35.
"Star Trek: The Motion Picture", which was shot in anamorphic, boasts a record number of split-diopter shots of any movie in history probably, I'm talking maybe 70% of all the shots using them. Here is an unusual case of a split diopter cut so that it just runs down the middle and is clear on the sides:
Here is a shot where there is a split diopter on each side but is clear in the middle: