The Day The Earth Stood Still (Blu-ray) - £8.92 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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An alien lands and tells the people of Earth that we must live peacefully or be destroyed.
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#1
If this is cheaper elsewhere please say because I would like to buy it, thanks
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Link fixed to Amazon, and i think this is a good price, heat added 8)
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Dantooine
missgem
Link fixed to Amazon, and i think this is a good price, heat added 8)

Thanks, i had both pages open but pasted in the wrong link!


I was confused slightly, as price in title was amazon price, price in go to deal was the hut price, then you posted a link in comments for amazon, so i thought im taking it he meant the lower priced retailer :)
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missgem
Dantooine
missgem
Link fixed to Amazon, and i think this is a good price, heat added 8)
Thanks, i had both pages open but pasted in the wrong link!

I was confused slightly, as price in title was amazon price, price in go to deal was the hut price, then you posted a link in comments for amazon, so i thought im taking it he meant the lower priced retailer :)

Yeah meant it to be amazon, posted in the hut web page by mistake then couldnt edit it! I got confused too! Thanks


Edited By: Dantooine on May 04, 2011 11:02
#5
A better film than the Keano Reeves dog's dinner. Gort is light years better.
#6
fell asleep trying to watch it at cinema, so giving it a miss
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Highway72
fell asleep trying to watch it at cinema, so giving it a miss
You saw this at the cinema??! How old are you??
#8
Highway72
fell asleep trying to watch it at cinema, so giving it a miss


Unless you are fairly old, I assume you're talking about the 2008 remake with Keanu 'Neo' Reeves, which I have to confess, although just about OK, is certainly no match for the original film, even with all it's overdone CGI FX.So, forget the 2008 version, and instead enjoy the original 1951 film, which is, and always will be, a true Sci Fi classic.

Should you ever run into a large robot by the name of Gort, just remember to say .. "KLATTU BARADA NIKTO"
#9
Never seen a B/W Bluray disc played,only colour...question, is B/W Bluray worth watching, is there a noticeable difference in quality viewing? This old sci-fi film is also one of my favourites, fond memories of watching this when a youngster on tv, Gort to me back then was scary and very eerie !!!!

Edited By: Wowhats on May 04, 2011 15:52
#10
Black and white blu-rays are definitely worth the upgrade, most of the time the black levels are amazing.
#11
BradyBrade! - Black and white blu-rays are definitely worth the upgrade, most of the time the black levels are amazing.

Thanks!
#12
Wowhats
Never seen a B/W Bluray disc played,only colour...question, is B/W Bluray worth watching, is there a noticeable difference in quality viewing? This old sci-fi film is also one of my favourites, fond memories of watching this when a youngster on tv, Gort to me back then was scary and very eerie !!!!


I got this last week after waiting ages for it to be £10 (havnt watched it yet though) ... the reviews for it were extremely high especially for picture/audio quality.

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Picture quality tier (silver)


Edited By: omisnad on May 04, 2011 18:30

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