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Inception - Triple Play (Blu Ray + DVD + Digital Copy) - £14.99 @ Amazon
Inception - Triple Play (Blu Ray + DVD + Digital Copy) - £14.99 @ Amazon

Inception - Triple Play (Blu Ray + DVD + Digital Copy) - £14.99 @ Amazon

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Good price for this set...same price at HMV Online & Tesco Entertainment also.

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DVD Description

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.


Product Description

Blockbuster sci-fi thriller written and directed by Christopher Nolan. Dom Cobb Leonardo DiCaprio is a professional thief with a difference the spoils he goes after are not material objects but the thoughts, dreams and secrets buried in the minds of other people. This rare talent has cost him dear, rendering him a solitary fugitive stripped of everything he ever really cared about. When he is offered a chance for redemption by reversing the process and planting an idea rather than stealing it, he and his team of specialists find themselves pitted against a dangerous enemy that appears to pre-empt their every move. Ellen Page, Cillian Murphy, Marion Cotillard, Michael Caine and Joseph Gordon-Levitt co-star.

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One of the best looking films on Blu-Ray.

daveph85

One of the best looking films on Blu-Ray.



have to agree! had to buy this as soon as it came out just to watch the hallway scene again!
got it from work, morrisons, for £11.89 with discount! even without it was £13.99 for the first 2-3 weeks.

not voted hot as its 4p cheaper at base plus you get 4% quidco

bought from Morrisons on NYE £13.99

I never quite understand triple play. I mean I can see the benefit of a digital copy and either a blu-ray or DVD, but I'm nit sure why you would want all three? Or am I missing something glaring?

This film was special

same price at trsco and you get quidco , so works put cheaper

Cold. Same price at two other stores.

scm8jet

I never quite understand triple play. I mean I can see the benefit of a … I never quite understand triple play. I mean I can see the benefit of a digital copy and either a blu-ray or DVD, but I'm nit sure why you would want all three? Or am I missing something glaring?



Yeah you are totally missing something..lol

Here goes!!

What if say, you only had a blu ray player in the living room and a DVD player in the bedroom or perhaps even one of them lcd tv's with a integrated dvd drive and not a blu ray player, but you wanted to watch it in the bedroom but you only bought the blu ray version ??!?!?!

Well these different formats obviously just give you a hell of allot of options and solutions for watching your film. The DVD format for the above scenario would suffice for the bedroom.

That blu ray and DVD disk straight away give you two ways of watching it throughout your house. (I know that's obvious, but their you go)

Same applies if you had a NAS/ Media Server set up in your home as well, with maybe one or more rooms with a media client device, like a Western Digital TV Live box, or of even DLNA TV.

If your DLNA Tv is in a room and doesn't have any DVD Player or Blu Ray Player attached to it, but its connected to your home network, having the immediate digital format enables you to straight away upload your digital copy within a matter of minutes to your NAS/Media Server and away you go!!

Basically once you swiftly upload the supplied digital format to your media server, straight away any media client device including network TV's that's already on your network would potentially be able to play it with no hassle and in multiple rooms at the same time.

Also, allot of them same DLNA TV's that people now have, also support playing digital format films via USB too, so even if they wasnt connected to a network, digital format would give you that access to the film too.

You would also be able to potentially transfer the film to your mobile phone, netbooks and laptops for when your on the move or staying away from home but want to watch something. (Cos your wife kicked you out)

which is another great reason for loving the included digital formats.

I imagine the digital copy straight out of the box is probably the best digital copy you're going to get especially if it's in 1080P and if its been converted by the manufacture.(_;)

Its all pretty obvious man!!! lol


Don't let me hear you say that you don't understand any more, ya hear!!!!

Cold, £13.99 @ Morissons and has been since release.

ukez

Yeah you are totally missing something..lol :pHere goes!!What if say, you … Yeah you are totally missing something..lol :pHere goes!!What if say, you only had a blu ray player in the living room and a DVD player in the bedroom or perhaps even one of them lcd tv's with a integrated dvd drive and not a blu ray player, but you wanted to watch it in the bedroom but you only bought the blu ray version ??!?!?!Well these different formats obviously just give you a hell of allot of options and solutions for watching your film. The DVD format for the above scenario would suffice for the bedroom.That blu ray and DVD disk straight away give you two ways of watching it throughout your house. (I know that's obvious, but their you go)Same applies if you had a NAS/ Media Server set up in your home as well, with maybe one or more rooms with a media client device, like a Western Digital TV Live box, or of even DLNA TV. If your DLNA Tv is in a room and doesn't have any DVD Player or Blu Ray Player attached to it, but its connected to your home network, having the immediate digital format enables you to straight away upload your digital copy within a matter of minutes to your NAS/Media Server and away you go!!Basically once you swiftly upload the supplied digital format to your media server, straight away any media client device including network TV's that's already on your network would potentially be able to play it with no hassle and in multiple rooms at the same time.Also, allot of them same DLNA TV's that people now have, also support playing digital format films via USB too, so even if they wasnt connected to a network, digital format would give you that access to the film too. You would also be able to potentially transfer the film to your mobile phone, netbooks and laptops for when your on the move or staying away from home but want to watch something. (Cos your wife kicked you out)which is another great reason for loving the included digital formats. I imagine the digital copy straight out of the box is probably the best digital copy you're going to get especially if it's in 1080P and if its been converted by the manufacture.(_;)Its all pretty obvious man!!! lolDon't let me hear you say that you don't understand any more, ya hear!!!!



Thanks for taking the time to write that comprehensive answer but I'm still not buying the concept. Digital I get, but blu-ray and DVD as well? Not for me. For the same argument, why didn't you get VHS and DVD packs 10 years ago? Maybe we did?

Call me cynical, but just seems like another way to eek a few more pounds out of the punters.
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