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all 7 planet of the apes films released on bluray, great deal !!!
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#1
good deal but im going to wait till new one is out as well
#2
Good but... Got it when it was £15 new on Amazon or Play.
2 Likes #3
Bit of a stupid collection. First five films are connected but then you have the weird one off one and then the first of the new series of films which has nothing to do with any of the previous ones.
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Carbonize
Bit of a stupid collection. First five films are connected but then you have the weird one off one and then the first of the new series of films which has nothing to do with any of the previous ones.

Clumsy is how i would describe it.
#6
Its a good set, watched a few out of it so far, picked it up from blockbusters before it closed down for about 15-16 quid I think

They come in individual slim cases
#7
wiggywig
Its a good set, watched a few out of it so far, picked it up from blockbusters before it closed down for about 15-16 quid I think

They come in individual slim cases

£7 for the set I paid at our local Blockbusters before it went kaput..... Had some good bargains from there when it closed....

Edited By: DRAMBUI on Jul 26, 2014 16:21
banned#8
nice moies
#9
hot! love this boxset...got it super cheap back when blockbuster was closing... I kiss blockbuster :(
#10
DetectiveSmith
hot! love this boxset...got it super cheap back when blockbuster was closing... I kiss blockbuster :(
Do you also miss them?:p
#11
jdbigguy
DetectiveSmith
hot! love this boxset...got it super cheap back when blockbuster was closing... I kiss blockbuster :(
Do you also miss them?:p

Oh...well sometimes I guess... :P
#12
The DVD set is £15. I got the blu ray set this afternoon. Heat added
#13
Carbonize
Bit of a stupid collection. First five films are connected but then you have the weird one off one and then the first of the new series of films which has nothing to do with any of the previous ones.
the new films are the prequels to planet of the apes, it does have everything to do with the first five letting you know why apes rule the earth and can talk. Clue is in the title, rise and dawn of the planet of the apes.
#14
Thanks OP :)
#15
Thanks. Getting mine tomoz to add to my POTA collection. :-)
#16
If you just want the original first 5 films you can get them here for £10.99 delivered.

http://www.wowhd.co.uk/blu-ray/planet-of-the-apes-40-year-evolution-5-movie-collectors-edition-blu/dp/1598393?affid=11195
#17
merlinpants
Carbonize
Bit of a stupid collection. First five films are connected but then you have the weird one off one and then the first of the new series of films which has nothing to do with any of the previous ones.
the new films are the prequels to planet of the apes, it does have everything to do with the first five letting you know why apes rule the earth and can talk. Clue is in the title, rise and dawn of the planet of the apes.


Saved me writing this.
1 Like #18
But the first 5 already cover it anyway! Conquest and Battle of the Planet of the Apes cover it in the original set.
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merlinpants
Carbonize
Bit of a stupid collection. First five films are connected but then you have the weird one off one and then the first of the new series of films which has nothing to do with any of the previous ones.
the new films are the prequels to planet of the apes, it does have everything to do with the first five letting you know why apes rule the earth and can talk. Clue is in the title, rise and dawn of the planet of the apes.

GamerDan
Saved me writing this.

Both of you are wrong and have obviously not seen all the original movies. Escape from the Planet of the Apes is technically the prequel to the original Planet of the Apes in which Cornelius and another ape travel back to 1973 when the Earth is blown up at the end of Beneath the Planet of the Apes and this then leads on to Conquest of the Planet of the Apes in which begins the uprising in which apes start to take over.

The two recent films are a reboot and have nothing to do with the originals except concept and title.

The 2001 Tim Burton movie has nothing to do with either the originals nor the recent reboot.

So again this is a clumsy and stupid collection.

Edited By: Carbonize on Jul 26, 2014 23:48
#20
Carbonize
merlinpants
Carbonize
Bit of a stupid collection. First five films are connected but then you have the weird one off one and then the first of the new series of films which has nothing to do with any of the previous ones.
the new films are the prequels to planet of the apes, it does have everything to do with the first five letting you know why apes rule the earth and can talk. Clue is in the title, rise and dawn of the planet of the apes.

GamerDan
Saved me writing this.

Both of you are wrong and have obviously not seen all the original movies. Escape from the Planet of the Apes is technically the prequel to the original Planet of the Apes in which Cornelius and another ape travel back to 1973 when the Earth is blown up at the end of Beneath the Planet of the Apes and this then leads on to Conquest of the Planet of the Apes in which begins the uprising in which apes start to take over.

The two recent films are a reboot and have nothing to do with the originals except concept and title.

The 2001 Tim Burton movie has nothing to do with either the originals nor the recent reboot.

So again this is a clumsy and stupid collection.

Yup, he's right.
And you don't need to watch them now :)
#21
A troop of Blu-Ray.
#22
Any chance someone can tell me which order to watch these in?
#23
vsy
Any chance someone can tell me which order to watch these in?

For the original five watch them in the order they are on the box starting at the top then going down left hand column ending with first one on right hand column.

The 2001 Planet of the Apes is a single film unconnected to any others so watch anytime.

Rise of the Planet of the Apes is the recent reboot so watch that before you watch the one out at the cinema now.
#24
THIS IS NOW £15.
#25
Sore
#26
Sorry my bad that's just DVD. Just got it on Blue Ray still £20. I got two as going for £30-40 or just over on EBay. :-)
#27
Cold...cheaper in HMV. I got the 5-film set (didn't want the terrible Burton one, might get the other one separately) for £11.99 (actually, £8.39 after discount).
#28
velocirapta
Cold...cheaper in HMV. I got the 5-film set (didn't want the terrible Burton one, might get the other one separately) for £11.99 (actually, £8.39 after discount).

The fact that the original (read OLD) were available on BluRay (I take it you meant on BluRay) for £11.99 doesn't make this a cold deal. Old films are always cheaper, new films always cost more. The maths makes sense.
#29
Carbonize
velocirapta
Cold...cheaper in HMV. I got the 5-film set (didn't want the terrible Burton one, might get the other one separately) for £11.99 (actually, £8.39 after discount).

The fact that the original (read OLD) were available on BluRay (I take it you meant on BluRay) for £11.99 doesn't make this a cold deal. Old films are always cheaper, new films always cost more. The maths makes sense.

Sorry I wasn't clear in my first comment - the 7-disc blu-ray disc set is £14.99 in HMV, the 5-disc blu-ray set £11.99 (I opted for the latter as I didn't want the Burton film, or Rise which I could get separately anyway if I really wanted). Either way is cheaper than paying twenty quid.

By the way, older films are not always 'cheaper'. In fact eventually almost all Fox titles drop to the same price. Also, if you bought any of the Planet Of The Apes films separately or in a multi-buy offer (for example in HMV or on Amazon), they'd actually be slightly more expensive than Rise of the Planet of the Apes which is available for as little as £4.99. Old titles are released all the time and are often not cheaper than new titles - take for example The Driver, which is £16+ whereas you could get something like The Grand Budapest Hotel for £12.50...it depends on the studio or label that releases the blu-ray, as well as the prices suppliers and retailers set. Overall my point is you can get this set for at least 25% less than the price quoted on this 'hot deal'.

Edited By: velocirapta on Jul 27, 2014 17:36
#30
Carbonize
vsy
Any chance someone can tell me which order to watch these in?

For the original five watch them in the order they are on the box starting at the top then going down left hand column ending with first one on right hand column.

The 2001 Planet of the Apes is a single film unconnected to any others so watch anytime.

Rise of the Planet of the Apes is the recent reboot so watch that before you watch the one out at the cinema now.


Thanks mate

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