Any diff in M:I/M:I-2 separate and together?

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  1. JJR512

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    I haven't bought any version of Mission: Impossible or Mission: Impossible 2 yet. I was going to eventually, of course. But today I saw a collection, both DVDs, in their own cases, together (for I think $50).
    So my question is if I buy the collection, am I getting anything different (anything at all) from if I buy the discs separately?
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  2. YANG

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    That two disc boxset that you saw is the same as what you saw of the single releases.Its actually a repackaging of two single releases.
    MI:1 is the same disc that have both the widescreen and fullscreen presentation of the movie.No english subtitles but require close caption decoder for the subtitle.
    MI:2 is the same disc that have only the widescreen version of the movie,you will not need close caption decoder for english subtitles.
     
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    MI is not anamorphic while MI:2 is. There has been talk about an anamorphic version of MI being in the works, which would not surprise me in the least.
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