Terminator 3 DVD Release

Discussion in 'DVD' started by Michael Pakula, Jul 1, 2003.

  1. Michael Pakula

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    The DVD is set to come out on November 18th According
    to Dark Horizons taken from Davis DVD. It looks
    like November is going to be a expensive month.


    -Mike
     
  2. Dave Moritz

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    mmmmmmm

    Indian Jones Trillogy
    Lord Of The Rings Two Towers

    and now Terminator 3 [​IMG]

    I really hope they keep a dts track on this [​IMG]
    Especially since both 1 and 2 where released in dts.

    I agree its shaping up to be an expensive month in deed
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    T1 is having a DTS release in Japan
     
  5. Quint van der Vaart

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    I highly doubt that Terminator 3 will have a dts track in region 01 since it is being released by Warner.

    Region 02 could be a possibility because Columbia Tristar is releasing it.
    Maybe as a Superbit ???

    Greetz,
     
  6. Travis_W

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    Saw Terminator 3 last night. It wasn't as good as T2 but who expected it to be? Good film with a great twist ending. Definitely be picking up LOTR: TTT EE and this on November 18th.

    As stated above I wouldn't expect a DTS release either since Warner said in the last chat they none of their discs would support it.
     
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    I saw T3 as well and agree with the above comments. [​IMG]

    It has so much senseless destruction that anything less than a reference quality DVD would be a crime. [​IMG] Please, don't EE it to death like the T2-Ultimate Edition. (Haven't seen the latest T2-EE release)
     
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  9. Dave Moritz

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    Hey Malcolm,

    No Artisian did include a DTS-ES as well as the DD-EX track on the Ultimate Edition thats why I purchased it [​IMG] . Also Terminator 1 was rereleased in DTS and I plan to buy that before it is discontinued. And if Terminator 3 is not released in DTS, dam you Warner. And like Biff said in BTTF, Butheads.
     
  10. oscar_merkx

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    that is good news about T3, us UKers have to wait for another 3 weeks

    doh


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    When was T1 re-released with DTS?? Me wants!!

    Dan
     
  12. Quint van der Vaart

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    Terminator 1 is released in Japan with DTS sound and not in the US.
     
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    Just saw T3. The chase scene through LA in the movie pretty much destroys more property than any other action film in recent memory, certainly more than the previous two Terminator movies combined X 10. and would make a fine addition to any home theater. It beign a Warner release, we can expect 5.1 DD-EX at best, and of course, the Snapper along with it. It will hardly be the DVD release T2 was(either the Extreme in terms of A/V quality or the Ultimate, in terms of overall quality)
     
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    I agree completely with Josh on this. I don't even recall Warner releasing a 2-disc special edition for a new release.

    That snapper case is a nuisance as well. Whenever I see a Warner movie in the theater that I want to own on DVD that's the first thing that goes through my mind.
     
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    OK, I take back what I said about DTS, saying that it will have the best possible audio available. I shouldn't go around talking DTS being or better or not. Thats how wars get started. I am by no means knocking Warner at all over their DVD releases. I own quite a few of their titles, and some have excellant audio and video. Their transfers are among the best I have seen before. I'm just saying they have not taken advantage of the format and embraced it as other studios have done. They have been only a few 2-Disc new releases that I can recall, both being HP. The rest have been re-releases of catalog titles(Unforgiven, The Right Stuff, True Romance, etc). T3 has just has theaters, and perhaps depending upon the box office results will we know how good a release the DVD will be. Of course, this is by no means certain, since many get a great treatment regardless of box office receipts. The film is among the most expensive Warner has ever put out($135 million approved budget) and several of this years much hyped mega-films have under performed their studios expectations(Hulk, Matrix Reloaded, Charlie's Angels) and T3 is perhaps the last big hit of the summer that has been anticipated. Summer is half way over after the 4th of July, and then its Thanksgivng and X-Mas.

    Oh yea, back to the DVD. Since its run time is less than 2 hours, we may only get a single disc release, with just your basic set of features much like Warners other releases. HP is geared more towards kids, much like the supplements and to me, underwhelmed in the aduio/video dept. Maybe their thought will change with this release, but I'm not placing any bets just yet.
     
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    It better be a 2-disc...and I want an Ahnuld commentary...cant wait...this movie owns!
     

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