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Was in Morrisons (East Kilbride) and noticed that they were selling Inception for £13.99 for the triple play edition thought that was a good price.

Acclaimed filmmaker Christopher Nolan (The Dark Knight) directs an international cast in this sci-fi actioner that travels around the globe and into the world of dreams. Dom Cobb (Leonardo DiCaprio) is the best there is at extraction: stealing valuable secrets inside the subconscious during the mind’s vulnerable dream state. His skill has made him a coveted player in industrial espionage but also has made him a fugitive and cost him dearly. Now he may get a second chance if he can do the impossible: inception, planting an idea rather than stealing one. If they succeed, Cobb and his team could pull off the perfect crime. But no planning or expertise can prepare them for a dangerous enemy that seems to predict their every move. An enemy only Cobb could have seen coming.
- diGriz
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1 Like #1
Has been this price at Morrisons for a fraction over a month, now, since it was released. (Link.)

As it's a great price and the forum allows deals to be reposted after a month I've voted this hot.

Credit to Nicster, though, for originally posting it. (And thanks again to my kids, who bought me it for xmas after seeing Nicster's post :D )
#2
really in our morrisons it was £14.99 when released. Was just under a week ago to this price in ours, suppose being in Scotland we are the last to get the deals lol
#3
If you want it now, being charitable, then it may be a good deal.
But to be frank, we all know that these end up being around a tenner within six months. If you want it now, fair enough, but with a little patience, I'm sure £13.99 won't seem like such a good price.
#4
Sice this didn't turn up in my Xmas stcking I went into Morrisons yesterday to get it for myself, knowing I'd seen it there at £12.99 (I'm pretty sure that was the price.) It was stickered at £19.99. YMMV.
#5
Still don't understand why you'd want DVD and Blu Ray.

People say it's because they may have a Blu Ray player in the living room, and a DVD player in the bedroom... but how often are you really going to watch the same film? =/
#6
achapman
really in our morrisons it was £14.99 when released. Was just under a week ago to this price in ours, suppose being in Scotland we are the last to get the deals lol


Not just you, nothing is ever cheap in our Morrisons and I live in East Anglia. Ours is rubbish, and none of the deals on this site are ever in mine. :(
1 Like #7
Magurdrac
Still don't understand why you'd want DVD and Blu Ray.

People say it's because they may have a Blu Ray player in the living room, and a DVD player in the bedroom... but how often are you really going to watch the same film? =/


Maybe you want to lend the film to someone who only has a DVD player, or you're gonna say watch it on a laptop that only has a DVD drive?
#8
I think it's more for the people who have tyet to upgrade to blu ray, but don't want to then have to have to then upgrade their films when they eventually do make the upgrade. Or at least that's what I think was the original thinking behind it.
#9
Magurdrac
Still don't understand why you'd want DVD and Blu Ray.

People say it's because they may have a Blu Ray player in the living room, and a DVD player in the bedroom... but how often are you really going to watch the same film? =/


For kids films it is simple. when we all watch it it is blu ray in the living room. When we are watching something we want to watch the kids take the DVD and watch it in the kitchen.
#10
I think its a good idea the old double pack. I got this for a stonking 18 quid at CEX, Second hand! mind you, I did some dodgy dealings and ended up with 72 quid of CEX credit for 18 boonrasps, So this is was essentially free!

Good price, great film, looks amazing in Bluray. And I find that I watch the Bluray on my ps3, and my family watch it on their TV in the living room.

++heat;
#11
Magurdrac
Still don't understand why you'd want DVD and Blu Ray.

People say it's because they may have a Blu Ray player in the living room, and a DVD player in the bedroom... but how often are you really going to watch the same film? =/


Its just a marketing ploy, anyone who watches a film in blu ray will have no interest in watching its DVD or digital counterpart due to the crappy quality.
#12
hmv and a few others had this on release at 14.99 before the inevitable xmas rush bumped it up, good to see it at a decent price again
#13
striker33
Its just a marketing ploy, anyone who watches a film in blu ray will have no interest in watching its DVD or digital counterpart due to the crappy quality.


You're right. The DVD copy costs the distributors tuppence to make but since the DVD is for sale a few shelves away at £10 or so people think getting both formats at once is a massive bargain.
#14
kharma45
Magurdrac
Still don't understand why you'd want DVD and Blu Ray.People say it's because they may have a Blu Ray player in the living room, and a DVD player in the bedroom... but how often are you really going to watch the same film? =/
Maybe you want to lend the film to someone who only has a DVD player, or you're gonna say watch it on a laptop that only has a DVD drive?

But like I said, why would you want to watch it that often that you'd need to watch it on your laptop? :p
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#15
I think you'll find that the whole movie was a marketing ploy. It was sold as something that "You'll want to go back and see again" or that "it deserved repeat viewings" ... and that's what happened. It did so well at the cinema because of repeat views, most of which were people going "WTF is happening?".

This is an OK deal if you're desperate to watch it again now but not for me as I thought it was tripe!
#16
Good deal for one of the finest movies I have seen at the flicks. Agree that it will be cheaper in a few months and I dont really get the whole triple play thing either but I could happily watch this movie dozens of times more.
#17
An amazing movie but I got the DVD version for xmas and I am appauled by how bad the image quality is on the DVD, especially in the scenes where there is a lot of action and movement (i.e the vast majority of the film). Its especially annoying bacuse all the trailers before the film look amazing being upscaled to 720p, and then in the movie the quality takes a nosedive

Really this triple pack contains a blu ray, digital download and a snazzy coaster for your movie drink!

Still, rant over, this is a gd price!
#18
Stelph
An amazing movie but I got the DVD version for xmas and I am appauled by how bad the image quality is on the DVD, especially in the scenes where there is a lot of action and movement (i.e the vast majority of the film). Its especially annoying bacuse all the trailers before the film look amazing being upscaled to 720p, and then in the movie the quality takes a nosedive

Really this triple pack contains a blu ray, digital download and a snazzy coaster for your movie drink!

Still, rant over, this is a gd price!


Contact Warner, they're doing free replacements for the dodgy DVDs.
#19
I have bought two or three films which were triple play,and have only watched the blu-ray.
Probably will never watch the dvd or the digital copy.Although I did buy Disneys A Christmas Carol 3-D and blu-ray pack,I don't have 3d tv yet,but I can watch 2d blu-ray version,and when I upgrade to 3d I won't have to buy the films all over again.It was only £1 difference.As for this film,I know I will end up buying it on blu-ray,but can you even buy it with only the blu-ray film in the box?
#20
Top deal, hope they have it a mine tomorrow!
#21
Great film, we watched the blu-ray, my sister has borrowed it and watched the normal one so we're getting the moneys worth out of the tripple play :D
#22
Why complain about the DVD and DC? Would you rather pay £14.99 at release for a 1-disc Blu-ray set? It's just FREE added value. If you just want the BD, then wait a few months until this version goes out of print and they start printing the 1-disc version for around £10.00 (i.e. Sherlock Holmes). Could flog the DVD and DC on eBay and effectively it'll work out cheaper.
#23
kharma45
Stelph
An amazing movie but I got the DVD version for xmas and I am appauled by how bad the image quality is on the DVD, especially in the scenes where there is a lot of action and movement (i.e the vast majority of the film). Its especially annoying bacuse all the trailers before the film look amazing being upscaled to 720p, and then in the movie the quality takes a nosediveReally this triple pack contains a blu ray, digital download and a snazzy coaster for your movie drink!Still, rant over, this is a gd price!
Contact Warner, they're doing free replacements for the dodgy DVDs.

Oh really? If so great, do you have a link?
#24
Dream price! X)
#25
Have Blockbuster got used Blu Ray copies of this on sale yet??
#26
was in the basingstoke morrisons today and it was priced at £19.99 :(
#27
had a BR player for chrimbo but i aint gonna start spending that sort of money on DVDs!

There are few essentials but otherwise i'll pick up the DVD when they are £2.99


Edited By: rudie111 on Jan 05, 2011 17:24
#28
£19.99 in my **** local morrisons too!
#29
Stelph
kharma45
Stelph
An amazing movie but I got the DVD version for xmas and I am appauled by how bad the image quality is on the DVD, especially in the scenes where there is a lot of action and movement (i.e the vast majority of the film). Its especially annoying bacuse all the trailers before the film look amazing being upscaled to 720p, and then in the movie the quality takes a nosediveReally this triple pack contains a blu ray, digital download and a snazzy coaster for your movie drink!Still, rant over, this is a gd price!
Contact Warner, they're doing free replacements for the dodgy DVDs.


Oh really? If so great, do you have a link?
Yeah email [email protected] to get it.

If you check their official site there is a notice about it down in the bottom right of the page http://www.warnerbros.co.uk/
#30
> Yeah email [email protected] to get it.

+1 I thought the DVD quality was disgraceful. I emailed Warner and got a reply next day:

"Regarding your Inception replacement DVD Disc.
Your order has been keyed, your order number is X, and should be with you shortly.
With regards, Warner Bros Customer Services"

Honestly, I was quite impressed. Yes, they released a terrible DVD, but at least they're doing (a very costly) recall.
#31
Will hold out for the Quadruple Play set of Blu-Ray, DVD, VHS and Betamax.
#32
Q-Tec
I think you'll find that the whole movie was a marketing ploy. It was sold as something that "You'll want to go back and see again" or that "it deserved repeat viewings" ... and that's what happened. It did so well at the cinema because of repeat views, most of which were people going "WTF is happening?".This is an OK deal if you're desperate to watch it again now but not for me as I thought it was tripe!

if they didnt understand then they were clearly thick
#33
kharma45
Stelph
An amazing movie but I got the DVD version for xmas and I am appauled by how bad the image quality is on the DVD, especially in the scenes where there is a lot of action and movement (i.e the vast majority of the film). Its especially annoying bacuse all the trailers before the film look amazing being upscaled to 720p, and then in the movie the quality takes a nosediveReally this triple pack contains a blu ray, digital download and a snazzy coaster for your movie drink!Still, rant over, this is a gd price!
Contact Warner, they're doing free replacements for the dodgy DVDs.

yeh there was a big batch of DVDs that was poor quality, get it changed
#34
Hot!

Although I'll wait till it goes down to around £10 which it will
#35
Great price really, even better if this is the lenticular sleeve too.

As for people saying they'll never watch the DVD or Digital Copy in their Triple Play, that's completely understandable. It's only there as a nice option for those upgrading their collections and of course for multi-room situations.

I don't have a Blu-Ray player (yet - will get one this month I think), but having several formats in one box is nice because it usually only costs and extra couple of quid and it means I can start selling my previous DVD collection when I upgrade. It frees up space in people's collections by having the two big formats in one edition, because at the end of the day, even if Blu-Ray is great, the DVD format isn't going anywhere for quite a while still. It's a great cross over, and remember, it's only an 'option' as well since most Blu-Ray releases do (or will) also release a Blu-Ray only edition for slightly cheaper.
#36
Got this for xmas....good dvd but do not understand it!
#37
Brilliant film watched it a couple od dozens times easily! Love it!

But I did get the briefcase edition aswell
#38
Just checked in Sunderland Morrisons and it scanned through as £19.99 :(
#39
Came out of the cinema thinking this film was a load of old nadgers. One or two scenes were good, but I was disappointed. But so many people think this film is good and I am kinda getting swept up in the feel good to this film, I may have to give it a second viewing.
#40
TGHunter
Great price really, even better if this is the lenticular sleeve too.

think the lenticular cover was for hmv only

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