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6y, 10m agoFound 6 years, 10 months ago
Great film, good delivered price :)An epic tale of crime and obsession and two men on opposite sides of the law.

When Al Pacino and Robert De Niro square off, Heat sizzles. Written and Directed by Michael Mann, Heat includes dazzling set pieces and a bank heist that USA Today's Mike Clark calls "the greatest action scene of recent times". It also offers "the most impressive collection of actors in one movie this year" (Newsweek). Val Kilmer, Jon Voight, Tom Sizemore and Ashley Judd are among the memorable supporting players in this tale of a brilliant LA cop (Pacino) following the trail from a deadly armed robbery to a crew headed by an equally brilliant master thief (De Niro).

Heat goes way beyond the expectations of the cops-and-criminals genre - and into the realm of movie masterpieces.
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#1
It's not that new a film, should be 3.99, even on blu
#2
Thanks. I'll use up some of my Playfunds I think :thumbsup:

H&R added
1 Like #3
diGriz
It's not that new a film, should be 3.99, even on blu

Ridiculous comment tbh!
1 Like #4
basquille;7419763
Ridiculous comment tbh!

Word.This is a classic with one of the best Robbery scenes i've seen and dont forget two of the best actor's ever Deniro and Pacino
#5
basquille
Ridiculous comment tbh!


Is it? Paying 9 quid for a film that is over 10 years old is robbery. The price of blu is just too high.
1 Like #6
diGriz
It's not that new a film, should be 3.99, even on blu


stupid man...this film is still at least £5 on standard dvd (still a bargain imo) without the additional content offered by this release. not to mention the fact that it has a brand new high def transfer...sound like your'e someone who doesn't own a bluray player or understand the blu-ray format....idiot!

forgot to mention that it's one of THE SEMINAL FLIKS OF THE 90'S!!!
#7
fuzzydunlop
stupid man...this film is still at least £5 on standard dvd (still a bargain imo) without the additional content offered by this release. not to mention the fact that it has a brand new high def transfer...sound like your'e someone who doesn't own a bluray player or understand the blu-ray format....idiot!

forgot to mention that it's one of THE SEMINAL FLIKS OF THE 90'S!!!


Quoted for the truth
#8
I saw this recently on blu ray and was suprised at how good the picture looked, it was a very clean print, and if you have a good surround system the bank scence will blow you away.
Heat added.
#9
Fantastic movie and a great price.
#10
Bargain :)
#11
I think i might buy a blu-ray player just for this film its that good! However i did read (http://www.amazon.co.uk/Heat-Blu-ray-Al-Pacino/dp/B002CYIR4I/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=dvd&qid=1262608678&sr=8-1) that the picture and sound is not rally a step up from the most recent dvd release of the film. Can anyone clarify/dispel these issues? i trust these forums more than amazon reviews!
#12
h & r, great film/price
#13
Blender
Heat added.


LOL
#14
fuzzydunlop
stupid man...this film is still at least £5 on standard dvd (still a bargain imo) without the additional content offered by this release. not to mention the fact that it has a brand new high def transfer...sound like your'e someone who doesn't own a bluray player or understand the blu-ray format....idiot!

forgot to mention that it's one of THE SEMINAL FLIKS OF THE 90'S!!!


£3.99 at HMV on SD. But thanks for calling me not one but two names. I do own a blu-ray player and understand the format well enough. Suffice to say that you are paying for the technology of the format and not the film. If you can buy other blu's for less than a fiver there is no reason why you should pay more for this. Now for a new release I can warrant a certain amount more, and personally for a rare masterpiece I'd fork out a little more, Fight Club for example, but what we have here is an older film that should be cheaper, over rated to imo which is why I feel it's a little over priced.

It's fanboy views like yours that will help kill Bluray off, supporting a price that is more than it should be for status and that smug feeling you seem to dwell in as you 'understand' the format. I love watching films in Hi Def and what is going to happen soon is downloads, something I'm not interested in as I prefer a more tangible product. And when downloads are more prolific we are going to have another format confrontation, with no production costs for downloads, Blu-ray will struggle and I'd rather it survive. But with DVD being such a popular format and due to much lower production costs it's actually possible studios won't see the point in pushing Blu. Add to that the disgusting practice of studios releasing below par transfers to get you to buy the all singing all dancing remastered edition down the road when they could offer you pure excellence now.

As for this film I've never been a Michael Mann fan and a quick look here http://www.dvdbeaver.com/film/DVDCompare8/heat.htm doesn't show a vast improvement over the DVD. So I'll pass and put my 9 quid to better use.
#15
diGriz
It's not that new a film, should be 3.99, even on blu


...and in comes the hand grenade....:whistling:
#16
diGriz
Is it? Paying 9 quid for a film that is over 10 years old is robbery. The price of blu is just too high.


But paying £18 for Smokin Aces' 1 and 2 is a 'hot deal' :whistling:
#17
K3ane
But paying £18 for Smokin Aces' 1 and 2 is a hot deal :whistling:


My E-stalker is back, troll more son.
#18
diGriz
My E-stalker is back, troll more son.


Me a troll? Check the in mirror son!

Heat added to the op, good price :thumbsup:
#19
diGriz
It's not that new a film, should be 3.99, even on blu


:?

8.99 is a great price for a new release, and an amazing film too - HOT!
#20
The streaming and downloading of Films is a long way off of providing a quality alternative to Blu Ray at the moment. It is the downlaods available on XBOx and PS3 that are are ridiculously priced rather than Blu Ray which provides you with a permanent hard copy of a film unlike a download where you actually end up owning nothing other than the right to view and which you can easily lose if your hard drive packs up.
There is no HD Sound on Downloads. Blu Ray gives you Dolby True HD and DTS Master audio which are lossless rather than compressed (like MP3 compared to CD) as was Dolby Digital and previous incarnations of DTS etc.
Only a few years ago you would walk into Woolworths or HMV and pay £18.00 to £20.00 for a DVD of a recently released film. In real terms Blu Ray is significantly cheaper than DVD was when it first became available.
I much prefer to be able to walk over to my shelf full of Blu Ray, HDDVD and DVD films and decide on the spur of the moment what I would like to watch at any given time the sleeves of which serve as a stimulus to selection
Blu Ray will not be dying any time soon as far as I am concerned. Regards
#21
diGriz
£3.99 at HMV on SD. But thanks for calling me not one but two names. I do own a blu-ray player and understand the format well enough. Suffice to say that you are paying for the technology of the format and not the film. If you can buy other blu's for less than a fiver there is no reason why you should pay more for this. Now for a new release I can warrant a certain amount more, and personally for a rare masterpiece I'd fork out a little more, Fight Club for example, but what we have here is an older film that should be cheaper, over rated to imo which is why I feel it's a little over priced.

It's fanboy views like yours that will help kill Bluray off, supporting a price that is more than it should be for status and that smug feeling you seem to dwell in as you 'understand' the format. I love watching films in Hi Def and what is going to happen soon is downloads, something I'm not interested in as I prefer a more tangible product. And when downloads are more prolific we are going to have another format confrontation, with no production costs for downloads, Blu-ray will struggle and I'd rather it survive. But with DVD being such a popular format and due to much lower production costs it's actually possible studios won't see the point in pushing Blu. Add to that the disgusting practice of studios releasing below par transfers to get you to buy the all singing all dancing remastered edition down the road when they could offer you pure excellence now.

As for this film I've never been a Michael Mann fan and a quick look here http://www.dvdbeaver.com/film/DVDCompare8/heat.htm doesn't show a vast improvement over the DVD. So I'll pass and put my 9 quid to better use.


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