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Bourne original films only £14.99 each Prime or £16.98 non prime on 4k Ultra HD Blu Ray at Amazon

£14.99 @ Amazon
Lowest price for these films and very low price generally for a 4k Ultra HD Blu Ray. Includes the original film but not the latest this year. Read More
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4m, 1d agoFound 4 months, 1 day ago
Lowest price for these films and very low price generally for a 4k Ultra HD Blu Ray. Includes the original film but not the latest this year.
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4m, 1d agoFound 4 months, 1 day ago
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#1
These films? It's just one film isn't it?
#2
Decharvinator
These films? It's just one film isn't it?
It's the three original Matt Damon films all reduced to £14.99
#3
Review on bluray.com says it's a really, really bad transfer to 4K and gives it a 1.5/5

It doesn't require a careful comparison to The Bourne Identity's 1080p Blu-ray counterpart (included here on disc two and simply a repress of the original disc, VC-1 encode and all; that goes for all of the four legacy Bourne films jumping to the UHD format) to notice that something's off about the movie's UHD transfer. It's insanely dreary, dull, and flat. Grain is thinned out, details are pasty, edge enhancement is obvious in places...it's hardly what anyone would reasonably expect of an A-list movie, shot on film, and released to the UHD format from a major studio, particularly when it's banking on a tie-in to a new movie's's release. Really, it's just ugly. But doing due diligence (after plenty of head-scratching but, thankfully, no retching) and comparing this UHD to the original Blu-ray does show just how radically different it looks, so much so it's almost like watching an entirely different movie. Usually, at the most basic, HDR coloring subtly enhances the palette, allowing for improved saturation and nuance. Here, the movie is practically wiped of color. It's heavily pushed towards a tired gray, with all but the most basic color washed right out. There's no vibrancy of any sort, no pop or punch. Detailing might be improved by a smidgen with the boost in resolution. Clothes look -- arguably -- a hair more refined and organic, a tad more complex on the surface, but that's about it. Faces, environments, nothing, really, appears appreciably more natural or nuanced. It's clear that Universal hasn't done anything but slap an old, dated transfer onto the UHD disc and randomly dialed up some change in contrast and called it a day. Shame.
#4
You should probably add it is 14.99 per one movie.
#5
Scotsmania
Review on bluray.com says it's a really, really bad transfer to 4K and gives it a 1.5/5
It doesn't require a careful comparison to The Bourne Identity's 1080p Blu-ray counterpart (included here on disc two and simply a repress of the original disc, VC-1 encode and all; that goes for all of the four legacy Bourne films jumping to the UHD format) to notice that something's off about the movie's UHD transfer. It's insanely dreary, dull, and flat. Grain is thinned out, details are pasty, edge enhancement is obvious in places...it's hardly what anyone would reasonably expect of an A-list movie, shot on film, and released to the UHD format from a major studio, particularly when it's banking on a tie-in to a new movie's's release. Really, it's just ugly. But doing due diligence (after plenty of head-scratching but, thankfully, no retching) and comparing this UHD to the original Blu-ray does show just how radically different it looks, so much so it's almost like watching an entirely different movie. Usually, at the most basic, HDR coloring subtly enhances the palette, allowing for improved saturation and nuance. Here, the movie is practically wiped of color. It's heavily pushed towards a tired gray, with all but the most basic color washed right out. There's no vibrancy of any sort, no pop or punch. Detailing might be improved by a smidgen with the boost in resolution. Clothes look -- arguably -- a hair more refined and organic, a tad more complex on the surface, but that's about it. Faces, environments, nothing, really, appears appreciably more natural or nuanced. It's clear that Universal hasn't done anything but slap an old, dated transfer onto the UHD disc and randomly dialed up some change in contrast and called it a day. Shame.

I was just about to bite the bullet on all of the UHD bourne's, thank you so much for stopping me.
#6
FlappyPappy
Scotsmania
Review on bluray.com says it's a really, really bad transfer to 4K and gives it a 1.5/5
It doesn't require a careful comparison to The Bourne Identity's 1080p Blu-ray counterpart (included here on disc two and simply a repress of the original disc, VC-1 encode and all; that goes for all of the four legacy Bourne films jumping to the UHD format) to notice that something's off about the movie's UHD transfer. It's insanely dreary, dull, and flat. Grain is thinned out, details are pasty, edge enhancement is obvious in places...it's hardly what anyone would reasonably expect of an A-list movie, shot on film, and released to the UHD format from a major studio, particularly when it's banking on a tie-in to a new movie's's release. Really, it's just ugly. But doing due diligence (after plenty of head-scratching but, thankfully, no retching) and comparing this UHD to the original Blu-ray does show just how radically different it looks, so much so it's almost like watching an entirely different movie. Usually, at the most basic, HDR coloring subtly enhances the palette, allowing for improved saturation and nuance. Here, the movie is practically wiped of color. It's heavily pushed towards a tired gray, with all but the most basic color washed right out. There's no vibrancy of any sort, no pop or punch. Detailing might be improved by a smidgen with the boost in resolution. Clothes look -- arguably -- a hair more refined and organic, a tad more complex on the surface, but that's about it. Faces, environments, nothing, really, appears appreciably more natural or nuanced. It's clear that Universal hasn't done anything but slap an old, dated transfer onto the UHD disc and randomly dialed up some change in contrast and called it a day. Shame.
I was just about to bite the bullet on all of the UHD bourne's, thank you so much for stopping me.

+1
#7
Scotsmania
Review on bluray.com says it's a really, really bad transfer to 4K and gives it a 1.5/5
It doesn't require a careful comparison to The Bourne Identity's 1080p Blu-ray counterpart (included here on disc two and simply a repress of the original disc, VC-1 encode and all; that goes for all of the four legacy Bourne films jumping to the UHD format) to notice that something's off about the movie's UHD transfer. It's insanely dreary, dull, and flat. Grain is thinned out, details are pasty, edge enhancement is obvious in places...it's hardly what anyone would reasonably expect of an A-list movie, shot on film, and released to the UHD format from a major studio, particularly when it's banking on a tie-in to a new movie's's release. Really, it's just ugly. But doing due diligence (after plenty of head-scratching but, thankfully, no retching) and comparing this UHD to the original Blu-ray does show just how radically different it looks, so much so it's almost like watching an entirely different movie. Usually, at the most basic, HDR coloring subtly enhances the palette, allowing for improved saturation and nuance. Here, the movie is practically wiped of color. It's heavily pushed towards a tired gray, with all but the most basic color washed right out. There's no vibrancy of any sort, no pop or punch. Detailing might be improved by a smidgen with the boost in resolution. Clothes look -- arguably -- a hair more refined and organic, a tad more complex on the surface, but that's about it. Faces, environments, nothing, really, appears appreciably more natural or nuanced. It's clear that Universal hasn't done anything but slap an old, dated transfer onto the UHD disc and randomly dialed up some change in contrast and called it a day. Shame.

This is rather conflicting to the above from the same website.

http://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Jason-Bourne-4K-Blu-ray/154620/
#8
golfer2007
Scotsmania
Review on bluray.com says it's a really, really bad transfer to 4K and gives it a 1.5/5
It doesn't require a careful comparison to The Bourne Identity's 1080p Blu-ray counterpart (included here on disc two and simply a repress of the original disc, VC-1 encode and all; that goes for all of the four legacy Bourne films jumping to the UHD format) to notice that something's off about the movie's UHD transfer. It's insanely dreary, dull, and flat. Grain is thinned out, details are pasty, edge enhancement is obvious in places...it's hardly what anyone would reasonably expect of an A-list movie, shot on film, and released to the UHD format from a major studio, particularly when it's banking on a tie-in to a new movie's's release. Really, it's just ugly. But doing due diligence (after plenty of head-scratching but, thankfully, no retching) and comparing this UHD to the original Blu-ray does show just how radically different it looks, so much so it's almost like watching an entirely different movie. Usually, at the most basic, HDR coloring subtly enhances the palette, allowing for improved saturation and nuance. Here, the movie is practically wiped of color. It's heavily pushed towards a tired gray, with all but the most basic color washed right out. There's no vibrancy of any sort, no pop or punch. Detailing might be improved by a smidgen with the boost in resolution. Clothes look -- arguably -- a hair more refined and organic, a tad more complex on the surface, but that's about it. Faces, environments, nothing, really, appears appreciably more natural or nuanced. It's clear that Universal hasn't done anything but slap an old, dated transfer onto the UHD disc and randomly dialed up some change in contrast and called it a day. Shame.
This is rather conflicting to the above from the same website.http://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Jason-Bourne-4K-Blu-ray/154620/
Because that's the review of the new movie that came out this year, which isn't including in the OP's deal. It's the older ones that are rubbish on 4K.

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