I don't think any of the films in volume 2 have been released individually yet. Perhaps some will be this fall after volume 3 comes out.
For volume 1 individual 4K:
Lawrence of Arabia (steelbook) Seems sold out and only available from 3rd parties at high price.
Gandhi UK Import only?
Not released individually:
Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
A League of Their Own
So those waiting for the ones they want in 4k may have a long wait.
People also sell off the digital codes to offset the cost of the boxset.It’s worth checking both eBay and the HTF classifieds to see who is breaking up the sets to sell for pieces. I only wanted “Anatomy of a Murder” from the previous volume and found a reasonable offer just for just that title within the set - about the same as it would have cost as an individual release. I got only what I wanted and it didn’t break the bank.
I guess that means you're not buying this 4K box set.I'm rather disappointed in this 3rd showcase. None scream out for 4K upgrades like "Lawrence" or "Oliver".
I suppose "Annie" would technically qualify, but it doesn't match the emotions in the low budget 1999 Disney TV version featuring Victor Garber. Even as a DVD, that version will remain my go-to Annie.
As Good as it Gets is a terrific film but like the others in this 3rd box...all just fine as Blu's!
I'm right there with you for A PASSAGE TO INDIA, TOMMY, and FUNNY GIRL, and perhaps COVER GIRL, GUESS WHO'S COMING TO DINNER, LOST HORIZON, THE AWFUL TRUTH, DAS BOOT, 5000 FINGERS of Dr. T, ADVISE and CONSENT... SCHOOL DAZE, MONTY PYTHON and THE HOLY GRAIL, ON THE WATERFRONT and... (VOLUMES 4, 5 and 6?)Preorder placed, although my enthusiasm for the third volume selections could be higher. IMO, the only film in the set that is renowned for its visuals is "The Last Picture Show"; the stark B&W cinematography could be a knockout in 4K. The big budget "Annie" might qualify as a spectacle, but the look of that film is not among its strengths (Leonard Maltin called it "curiously claustrophobic").
Kudos to Sony/Columbia on the supplements---what an impressive list.
If there is a volume four, here's hoping for "A Passage to India," "Tommy," "Tootsie" and "Funny Girl."
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I am satisfied with the iTunes version of "It Happened One Night". I am no expert and I am sure there can always be improvements but for an 88 year old film it looks and sounds very good in my opinion. It may be even better than what I saw at the Regency in NYC back in the day of revival houses.No HDR has been added yet.
I'm sure you are satisfied, but I wanted to make sure all of us are aware that HDR hasn't been added yet which may or may not happen between now and the October release date.I am satisfied with the iTunes version of "It Happened One Night". I am no expert and I am sure there can always be improvements but for an 88 year old film it looks and sounds very good in my opinion. It may be even better than what I saw at the Regency in NYC back in the day of revival houses.