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Todd Erwin

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George Miller’s long-awaited and often delayed follow-up to his Mad Max trilogy roars onto UHD Blu-ray as part of Warner’s first wave of releases, offering a noticeable video upgrade over its 1080p counterpart.



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Have purchased this title on 4K UHD and will view it as soon as my Samsung UBD-K8500 arrives sometime tomorrow via UPS.
 

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I want to go to Adam's house...just to watch those first few minutes in Atmos.

If ever there was a movie built for UHD and Atmos, I would think this was it! :D
 

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I don't get this movie . No plot , no character development- they essentially drive around in a circle. Star Wars ran rings around this movie yet was ignored because it made so much money. Costumes(?) that looked like a gay leather bar circa 1995.
Finally- I'm sure technically it looks great but not in 4K 3D so who cares?
Whatever. Pass.
 

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The soundtrack on this, even the Blu-ray, is the most intense sonic experience I've had in my HT. With the new JBL Pro sound system, I had to take a few breaks from the reference level bombardment to keep from going into shock. It is a visceral experience.
 

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Will be my first purchase once I get a 4K setup. It will be a glorious experience. Still think it should have beaten Spotlight. Right Colin?:P
 

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Someday Colin. Someday you will finally see the masterpiece that MMFR is. [emoji13]
 

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My point is why would I want to watch it in 4K if it was intended to be a 3D experience and I have the only 3D version available?

Because you don't like 3D in the first place maybe?
Because UHD HDR is now the premium format for the home and you enjoy it?

If you prefer 3D then that is fine and dandy but clearly there currently are no 3D 4k movies so it is either one or the other, Obviously the studios hope they can win over more people with HDR than with 3D.
 

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I finally got to see this on my new TV, and damn. Make no mistake this still IS the demo disc for 4K. The fact that it is my favorite film of the last decade is icing on the cake!
 

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I have the UHD disc, but a TV that doesn’t have HDR. I’ll be upgrading my TV soon, and Fury Road will be the first film I look at (I think the regular BluRay of the film is stunning).
 

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