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Discussion in 'DVD' started by TomWoodward, Sep 3, 2004.
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I went to see this a couple of days ago and was initially disappointed but have warmed up to it since, I still think the first one is better but it was a nice continuation of the story. The plot felt a little thin to me and ran out of steam. Still, i'll be buying the DVD and hopefully the Hand-Held camera work will be easier to take at home.
But don't forget the inevitable "Extreme Edition" or whatever Universal will call it when they release the third film.
what no DTS track this time?
If I knew there would be a DTS version released, I'd hold up and buy that one. Any word at all if there will be a DTS version later on???
Who thinks Universal will give us a UE with DTS later on?
I'm hesitant to buy this version... just knowing there will be a DTS version in the future.
^ I think so too...seeing how they didn't even bother putting any effort into the disc art.
I agree...which is why I'm gonna wait for the announcement of the Explosive Extended Edition.
Universal hasn't done used the Ultimate Edition banner in several years, so an UE of this is unlikely. Yeah, they did come up with the Explosive Edition, but that was to promote the sequel (since it came out around the same time). I'm not sure if there is going to be a second sequel to this movie, so if not, then I doubt they'll be re-releasing it anytime soon.
I think it could be a candidate for a first wave HD-DVD release, since the movie would only be a year old when the format first launches, and it would be a good title to demo in HD and DTS.
I'm sure The Bourne Ultimatum is a guarantee.
Would be interested in hearing what everyone thinks of the AV quality on this one playing on your system?
everyone said it's terrible and sounds terrible, maybe it's the movie's fault - i'm gonig to try it soon. my dad tried it on our toshiba RP widescreen (57") downstairs and it looked and sounded fine to me. i'm on a toshiba dlp (46")...