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Jurassic park "Adventure Pack" - 11/29/05

Discussion in 'DVD' started by Sebastien S, Oct 29, 2005.

  1. Sebastien S

    Sebastien S Well-Known Member

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    http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...v=glance&n=130

    Looks like a good deal for someone who doesn't own these movies as the price is right! (Reminds me of the "Robocop" or "Karate Kid" sets that also featured all the movies in the series and were equaly as cheap.)

    But what about those of us that already own two or all three movies... Does this new set offer a good reason to upgrade (new transfer, new bonus' ect...) or is it just the same three discs together in a new package?
     
  2. Mark Lucas

    Mark Lucas Well-Known Member

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    Looks like the 3 films packaged together. Not even the DTS versions of JP1 and 2. Wasn't there a previous package with a 4th bonus disc with documentaries? Yep, there was.

    There's a bunch of Chinese Superbit dvds of the JP trilogy floating around Ebay. Supposedly a lot of them are bootlegs though.
     
  3. Arnie G

    Arnie G Well-Known Member

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    I've read they are the same discs that are available & not the DTS version of JP1. [​IMG]
     
  4. MarcoBiscotti

    MarcoBiscotti Well-Known Member

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    I'll stick with my Japanese Superbit...
     
  5. WilliamG

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    No reason to plunk down more $$$ for me.[​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  6. Pete-D

    Pete-D Well-Known Member

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    I'd be very, very hard pressed to buy Jurassic Park again unless its on the Blu-Ray format.
     
  7. RogerH

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    I may get it since I don't have the previous releases.
     
  8. Shad R

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    jp superbit?? JP is a Universal title, superbits are Columbia titles. What gives?
    Also, will it play in my DVD player when I get a copy?
    [​IMG]
     
  9. ThomasC

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    He said Japanese Superbit. Columbia owns the rights to JP in Japan.
     
  10. Matt Birchall

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    Bumping for this week's release. . .

    Circuit is advertising this set for $19.99 with a free ticket to King Kong included.

    Target is advertising it for $14.99, but with no mention of the free ticket.

    Anyone know if the free ticket is included with all versions of the Adventure Pack, or just Circuit's?

    $15 for this set, with a free ticket to Kong is a hell of a deal. . .
     
  11. Matt MS

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    All of universals DVDs coming out on tuesday have the ticket.
    Tremors pack, Mummy set, Jurassic set, and the Frighteners dvd.
     
  12. Dave H

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    Are these the same transfers as the previous discs?
     
  13. Mike Wadkins

    Mike Wadkins Well-Known Member

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    same here
     
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    Figures. I picked up all three from Circuit City last year for $9.99 a piece. Ah well, it was a good deal at the time.
     
  15. Robert James Clark

    Robert James Clark Well-Known Member

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    Me three....

    Legit or not, they are spectacular looking, especially JPIII.
     
  16. Randy B A

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    are there any extra features on the dd versions that are not on the dts versions for part 1 and 2?
     
  17. Derek K.

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    JP III is one bad movie. I dont care how good the picture quality is.
     
  18. Lyle_JP

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    Yes. Jurassic Park has a set of video animatics (basically moving storyboards), and Lost World has the two deleted scenes that were shown in the network TV cut of the film.

    -Lyle J.P.
     
  19. Jeremy Brupaste

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    The Canadian versions have no Kong ticket inside. As a matter of fact, every copy of this, The Mummy set and the Tremors set at the Best Buy I went to had sticker residue where I assume the Kong promo was once labelled...it looks like the staff just peeled them off. Poorly.
     
  20. Kyle J Richard

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    Is the packaging for The Mummy: Franchise Collection supposed to be this shoddy? The box is pretty cool, but the discs are packaged loosely within. It looks awful. I wanted the set for the first two movies and the Kong ticket...but I expected something better than this.
     

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