The official X-men First Class BD/DVD thread

Discussion in 'X-Men: Days of Future Past' started by merbass, Jun 30, 2011.

  1. merbass

    merbass Well-Known Member

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    Being released in September.
    19 deleted scenes
    Making of featurette

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    It could come in the package like above. Emma Frost comic books only or with others' background stories.

    Digipak, steelcase or normal amaray case ?
    There should be different premiums from different parts of the world !
     
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  2. 04nbod

    04nbod I need to debrief you

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    HMV in the UK is already giving away an X Men promo comic on their comic merch stands. Although, its smaller than A6 so you have to have good eyes
     
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  3. psylockolussus

    psylockolussus well-known Mutant

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    This better come out in a 2-disc special edition DVD!
     
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  4. merbass

    merbass Well-Known Member

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    I bet for the DVD package. It could even come out with digital disc.
     
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  5. henzINNIT

    henzINNIT Well-Known Member

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    The UK DVD release for Wolverine was depressing. I hope to god there's a 2-disc set for First Class; I'm not being forced into Blu Ray.
     
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  6. BestGirl

    BestGirl Chillin' on Dragonstone

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    19 deleted scenes? That's good news. I thought there were only going to be 13.
     
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  7. Ultimatehero

    Ultimatehero Life is infinite

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    If that set is legit, count me in. Best movie of the summer.
     
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  8. akfj

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    Here's the X-Men: First Class DVD information according to the BBFC: http://www.bbfc.co.uk/AVV280980/

    It lists that it contains thirteen deleted scenes clocking in at over thirteen minutes.
     
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  9. Alexei Belyakov

    Alexei Belyakov Well-Known Member

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    Moira. Please be all Moira.
     
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  10. Veidt

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    DVD? Are you stuck in 2002? Hellooooo, get with the times.

    b)
     
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  11. henzINNIT

    henzINNIT Well-Known Member

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    Blu Ray is a waste of money.
     
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  12. Electrix

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    I've been Blu-ray only for a year or two now. It's not a waste of money. My friend put in Inception on DVD and after watching it on Blu-ray a few weeks previous it looked crappy in comparison.

    Blu-ray all the way.
     
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  13. BMM

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    A good looking waste of money, and I can't wait to waste more of it on First Class.
     
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  14. henzINNIT

    henzINNIT Well-Known Member

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    Ehh. There's a certain point where getting the blackest blacks and the sharpest colours just doesn't interest me anymore. I've got an HD telly, DVD player with an HDMI output and that's fine for me. Most of the stuff I watch wouldn't benefit from HD anyway.

    I can co-exist peacefully with Blu Ray except when companies try and force you into it by stripping back the DVDs. That isn't right in my opinion. You should buy BR for the advantages it has to offer, not because it's the only way to get extras you'd expect from a regular DVD. [/endrant]
     
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    I agree. :up:
     
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  16. Veidt

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    Hmm. Do you even know what HD is?
     
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  17. iskrew

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    The quality difference between DVD and Bluray is BIG on my 56 inch lcd. I can't even watch DVD anymore. I got popcorn hour though, I only buy the bluray of my favorites.
     
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  18. Blitzkrieg Bop

    Blitzkrieg Bop Fight Owens Fight

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    DVD is yucky.
     
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  19. Nell2ThaIzzay

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    That's how I feel mostly. The only reason why I even have a Blu Ray player is because I was able to get a Blu Ray player, and all 4 X-Men movies for a combined $120.

    Blu Ray picture and sound is obviously better. But I don't think it's better enough to justify $30-$40 a pop for movies, and $200-$400 for a player.

    I have the up-converter DVD player and HDMI output as well, and my movies are just fine. I only became interested in getting a Blu Ray player because WalMart had all 4 X-Men movies for $15 a pop, and were selling Blu Ray players as low as $88. I eventually ended up getting a used Blu Ray player from my brother for $60.

    I'll buy X-Men: First Class on Blu Ray, even though it will probably cost me close to $40. But outside of that, I doubt I'll buy many Blu Rays. If I can find a really good movie I'd wanna watch over and over again for a reasonable price? Sure. But I'm not done with DVD's by a long shot.
     
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  20. Figs

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    Always check Amazon.com for Blu-ray movies. They tend to be cheaper and always match other stores. I rarely go to Best Buy anymore.
     
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  21. merbass

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    Best buy often comes out with special package eg. steelcase, booklet etc.

    I got BD player from China. It plays all region BD, upscaled DVD, CD, MP3, USB files. I started to rip all my DVD movies into files and save on my external HD. I give out my DVDs except the collectible ones.
     
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  22. merbass

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    So it should be 13 deleted scenes if it's confirmed then.

    I read it's all involved Moira and the romantic subplot with her and Charles as well as her work at CIA. This would've made the movie 2.20 hrs like we see listed at reliable website. So they probably decided to cut it at the last minute !
     
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  23. YoungE808

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    I'd join blu-ray.com, they have a section dedicated to Movie and TV Deals that will undoubtedly save many people a lot of money on blus.
     
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  24. BMM

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    True. Sometimes, Amazon's BDs are just as much as, if not cheaper than, their DVDs. Best Buy's had some pretty good deals too, lately. I was able to get Kill Bill: Volumes 1 and 2 for $9.99, which I think is cheaper than Amazon right now. I was also to get the Scream and X-Men BDs there for $7.99 each. I'm sure I could have gotten them cheaper elsewhere, but I didn't want to wait for shipping and $7.99 isn't bad. It sure beats $30.00 or $40.00.
     
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  25. Figs

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    I'm a member already. :woot:

    I go there for the reviews especially.

    Yeah, Best Buy still has some good deals, but for me it's all about Amazon since I don't mind waiting for it to ship. Usually I get it a day after it's in the stores...at the most.
     
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