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Kung Fu Hustle [Blu-Ray] - £9.48 @ Amazon !
Kung Fu Hustle [Blu-Ray] - £9.48 @ Amazon !

Kung Fu Hustle [Blu-Ray] - £9.48 @ Amazon !

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Don't feel so bad, it's £10.93 delivered so you only lost 6 pence!

Original Poster

Not if your buying something else too :x

Did you buy it from Amazon?

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Original Poster

Unfortunately not

Probably the lowest blu ray disc ever --- lets hope it starts a trend -- becos when it does and i have my hd tele and ps3 i will be getting everything possible on blu ray e.g

I robot
Matrix
Lord of the rings (when new line converts)
Mi3
Apocalypto!!

etc etc

The thing is you cant have hd films from years ago as they have to have been filmed using a high def camera right --- so i dnt understand how films like rocky 1 are high def and superman 1

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dandoc2

The thing is you cant have hd films from years ago as they have to have … The thing is you cant have hd films from years ago as they have to have been filmed using a high def camera right --- so i dnt understand how films like rocky 1 are high def and superman 1




Old films are upscaled and transferred from the high quality master copy to BD/HD-DVD giving you a better picture quality than DVD, but not quite as good as a true HD Master copy would give you.

i thought all the films are already filmed in HD? so its up to the studio if they want to release it on BD/HDDVD.

Banned

Alot of films are filmed in HD or near enough anyway (one made in the last 3 years ish)

Banned

dandoc2

Lord of the rings (when new line converts)


dream on

Lol if only --thats what only annoying about blu ray no support from new line -- but then again ive got both versions of all films and they will do atm

Banned

if blu-ray win they will switch for sure........

also only the theatrical editions have been announced for HD DVD not the extended editions

Nope ive seen boxes for the extended versions on amazon.com

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Also i want apollo 13 and children of men on blu ray that would look amazing in high def

Blu rays the most future proof format

dandoc2

The thing is you cant have hd films from years ago as they have to have … The thing is you cant have hd films from years ago as they have to have been filmed using a high def camera right --- so i dnt understand how films like rocky 1 are high def and superman 1



Any film that is filmed on "film" technically has a resolution far in excess of even 1080p. It all depends on how the film company re-masters and cleans up the film and the resolution said filmed is scanned at. "The Adventures of Robin Hood" was filmed in 1938 and the HD-DVD release of that was given 4.5 stars out of 5 for picture quality and outshines many recent "shot in Hi Def" films. If done correctly then there is no reason why all our favouite classic films should not look suberb on Blu-ray and HD-DVD (assuming the original film is not foooooked).

Great film

Looking forward to seeing this on blu-ray

is matrix coming out on blu-ray? i see its out on hd-dvd in the states

Banned

jonbinns

is matrix coming out on blu-ray? i see its out on hd-dvd in the states


will be in the coming months

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jonbinns

is matrix coming out on blu-ray? i see its out on hd-dvd in the states



Warner Bros is one of the studios who are non-exclusive meaning they can produce on both formats so it's possible, i don't think it's planned atm but i'd be very surprised if it doesn't show on Blu-Ray!

teetyweety

Any film that is filmed on "film" technically has a resolution far in … Any film that is filmed on "film" technically has a resolution far in excess of even 1080p. It all depends on how the film company re-masters and cleans up the film and the resolution said filmed is scanned at. "The Adventures of Robin Hood" was filmed in 1938 and the HD-DVD release of that was given 4.5 stars out of 5 for picture quality and outshines many recent "shot in Hi Def" films. If done correctly then there is no reason why all our favouite classic films should not look suberb on Blu-ray and HD-DVD (assuming the original film is not foooooked).



I'm with this guy. Basically, all films for the last billion years or so were filmed to be watched on cinema screens, which means that they're going to look plenty good on your 102" Plasma. What, you don't have a 102" plasma? Damn, me neither. Well I'm sure they'll also look plenty good on my 720p 42" plasma.

Great film, even better in HD.

jonneyt

I'm with this guy. Basically, all films for the last billion years or so … I'm with this guy. Basically, all films for the last billion years or so were filmed to be watched on cinema screens, which means that they're going to look plenty good on your 102" Plasma. What, you don't have a 102" plasma? Damn, me neither. Well I'm sure they'll also look plenty good on my 720p 42" plasma.



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