Senior HTF Member
- Jul 17, 2009
- Real Name
- Nick Dobbs
They might be doing what they did with Beverly Hills Cop - see if the blu-ray sells, then release the 4K if it does a few months later.
I am hesitating to buy the BD because of the way Paramount burned consumers on BEVERLY HILLS COP.I think we have to assume a boxed set of all 3 films when they first come out on 4K...
One note: I wouldn't automatically expect "Coda" to be part of a 4K boxed set.I am hesitating to buy the BD because of the way Paramount burned consumers on BEVERLY HILLS COP.
I am not in a hurry to see this film, so I can easily wait for the announcement of THE GODFATHER films and what they do with Copolla's new version.
Oh, I am not expecting it. However, I am also not going to get burned if it is.One note: I wouldn't automatically expect "Coda" to be part of a 4K boxed set.
That package could well include just the same versions of the 3 films that've been out there for so long...
I tend not to buy digital releases, but for something like this I may be fine with not having a 4K disc occupying space. Can't see myself watching this any more than I watch GF Part III (last time was on DVD. Never got around to spinning the disc when the Trilogy hit Blu-ray).If it follows the release pattern of Copolla’s other recent special editions (Tucker, and Cotton Club) the Blu-ray will coincide with a 4K digital release.
"Winning" one of those is no indicator of talent ...But not an Oscar for acting!