Crouching Tiger Regular vs. Superbit

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  1. Ryan L B

    Ryan L B Supporting Actor

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    Which one is better overall. I saw it with the DTS soundtrack at the theaters, so should I get the superbit version or should I just keep the regular edition.
     
  2. StephenA

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    If you like the extras, and a little less quality, go for the regular version. If you only want the movie at the best possible quality at this point, go for the Superbit.
     
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    This is one title where both versions are at the same price. So it's up to you: what's more important - extras or a DTS track?
     
  4. Ryan L B

    Ryan L B Supporting Actor

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    I already have the original version. Does the superbit version have dubbed voices, subtitles, or both in dts.
     
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    So, why would you pay another $20something to get the movie you already have without extras? I could see buying one but not the other, but $20 for a DTS track?
     
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  8. DonRoeber

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    I replaced mine with the SuperBit as well. But I did it so my friends wouldn't pester me to turn on the english dub while we watch the movie. It's not a dialogue heavy movie in the first place, and its no real hardship to read subtitles. The mandarin makes the movie much more enjoyable.
     

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