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A fantastic transfer, of a great movie, at a great price (unless you can find better?)

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Very tempted, have this on dvd and played via the ps3 upscaler it looks amazing, so would be interested to see how much better it looks on BR

I agree... upscaled on my PS3 looks better than some Blu-ray discs...

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Cold votes? Seems a bit odd, unless you are a bitter HD DVD owner

Anyone have this on Blu Ray already? How does it compare to the DVD version upscaled by a PS3 (which looks amazing)?

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superjediman;1493012

Anyone have this on Blu Ray already? How does it compare to the DVD … Anyone have this on Blu Ray already? How does it compare to the DVD version upscaled by a PS3 (which looks amazing)?


Its supposed to be one of the best looking....
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Pixar's track record on standard DVD is practically flawless: 'Toy Story,' 'Bug's Life,' 'Finding Nemo,' 'The Incredibles' -- it's been one demo disc after another. When 'Cars' was originally released on DVD last year, it too received excellent reviews, but there were some complaints of edge enhancement at the time, causing some to speculate that perhaps this Blu-ray might suffer a similar fate.
Not to worry. Presented in 1080p/AVC MPEG-4 (at the film's original 2.40:1 theatrical aspect ratio), 'Cars' looks absolutely fantastic on Blu-ray. I have not a single nitpick -- every last pixel appears to be perfectly in place, and every aspect of the presentation is exemplary. A pure digital-to-digital transfer, there is no print to speak of, so don't even bother looking for any blemishes. Pixar also went for an extremely slick and shiny veneer for 'Cars,' so no intentional degradation (artificial film grain, etc.) has been added to the mix. The level of detail and sharpness to the image is extraordinary -- if you can find a single shot throughout 'Cars' that looks anything but fully three-dimensional, email me and we'll duke it out.
Colors are also gorgeous. Pixar films are always a sight to behold, and whatever narrative qualms I may have about 'Cars,' I can't deny that it's one of the studio's best-looking efforts ever. I loved the deep primaries that identify the various cars, and neat uses of lighting in the nighttime scenes -- this transfer radiates like neon. Hues are utterly stable, with no noise, smearing or fuzziness. Best of all, the AVC encode is easily up the film's challenges. Even with the bright exteriors, intense colors and fast racing action, there is no apparent banding or macroblocking. Finally, edge enhancement is never a problem -- whatever issues folks saw on the DVD, I didn't experience them here -- this image is simply flawless. Five stars all the way.

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God you lot are harsh. I've bought it, a 1080p bluray will ALWAYS look better than an upscaled dvd, and as I don't have it on DVD this is a great deal IMHO.

It's awesome on Blu Ray (via PS3). I managed to pick up a copy before Xmas on eBay for £8 delivered, and it's the best transfer I've seen. Can't wait for now Finding Nemo BR (which is out later this year) !!

Good price, and great on Blu-ray. People who vote this cold should say why and not hide around in the shadows.

Nice price, £6 cheaper than what I could find. Had no problems with MovieTyme so far, picking up the bargains.

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Baldhopper;1496701

Nice price, £6 cheaper than what I could find. Had no problems with … Nice price, £6 cheaper than what I could find. Had no problems with MovieTyme so far, picking up the bargains.Thanks



How long do they take to post the items and arrive in the UK????

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I would usually wait a good 10 working days. They're not the quickest but I've always found them to be reliable
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