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Planet Of The Apes Trilogy (4K Ultra HD) Rise / Dawn / War
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Triple bill of sci-fi action dramas based on the 1970s 'Planet of the Apes' film series.
In 'Rise of the Planet of the Apes' (2011) Will Rodman (James Franco) is a genetic engineer working in present-day San Francisco performing scientific tests on apes in his attempt to find a cure for Alzheimer's disease. His first test subject is Caesar (Andy Serkis), the prototype of a new breed of ape with human-like intelligence. But when Caesar breaks free a revolution is triggered and an epic war for supremacy breaks out between humankind and the primates of the world.
In 'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes' (2014) Caesar, now the leader of a growing band of cognisant simians, starts the process towards a truce between the apes and the humans. Many consider the outbreak of war to only be a matter of time however, since the human population has been vastly reduced by a devastating virus and their role as the dominant species on Earth is in question. As the tension increases it may only take a single spark to trigger an explosive war that will pit the humans against the apes in an all-out battle for survival.
Finally, in 'War for the Planet of the Apes' (2017), Caesar finds himself and his kind trapped in a war with the humans led by Colonel McCullogh (Woody Harrelson). Although adamant that apes are not savages, when a large number lose their lives at the hands of the humans, Caesar channels his dark side and vows to get revenge for every ape life lost. Synopsis Caesar (Andy Serkis) and his apes are forced into a deadly conflict with an army of humans led by a ruthless Colonel (Woody Harrelson). But after the apes suffer unimaginable losses, Caesar wrestles with his darker instincts and resolves to avenge his kind, pitting him against the Colonel in an epic battle that will determine the fate of both their species...and the future of the planet.
Director: Matt Reeves
Cast: Woody Harrelson, Steve Zahn, Amiah Miller, Karin Konoval Andy Serkis
Region Code: 2 (UK & Europe)
Cert: 12
Format: Blu-ray

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ch1z03/05/2019 06:56

These are not true 4k films but upscaled so if you have the blu's I would …These are not true 4k films but upscaled so if you have the blu's I would save your money. However if you don't have them and want them then I would go for it. I really liked them and each one was better than the last a great trilogy of films and the effects are fantastic.


To be fair, it's not that relevant if the source is 2k. Some 2K upscales are better than ones done from a 4K master. And UHD blu-rays aren't just about the pixels. I think that for any 4K blu-ray, the value depends on:

1) How good the 4K blu ray is in comparison to the normal blu-ray, regardless of source
2) How good the HDR is, and how much you value that
3) If it's got Atmos / DTS:X, how good it is and if you value that
4) If you've already got the blu-rays, and if it's worth the upgrade
5) How much you enjoy the films themselves. There's some films such as Blade Runner where I'd pay £20 just for a marginal upgrade, because it's one of my favorite films of all time and looks/sounds inherently gorgeous. Whereas other films that I'm not that fussed over, I'd stick with the blu-ray, even if the 4K blu-ray was a great picture/audio quality upgrade. Content is king.

With all respect, to tell people to save their money if they already have the blu-rays is quite simplistic and is making several sweeping assumptions on what people value.
Edited by: "leeuk321" 3rd May
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Thanks, just ordered
Absolute bargain for this 4K boxset. Great films imo and PQ
Extremely good deal for 3 incredible films, in 4K no less! Ordered immediately, thanks OP!
How is the 4k in these? Love these films!
Why does the packaging say “4K Ultra HD + 4K Ultra HD”?
Gusseteer6 h, 22 m ago

Why does the packaging say “4K Ultra HD + 4K Ultra HD”?


The pictures been editted it was probably the 4k + blu ray version
These are not true 4k films but upscaled so if you have the blu's I would save your money. However if you don't have them and want them then I would go for it. I really liked them and each one was better than the last a great trilogy of films and the effects are fantastic.
A lot of grain effect on the first, actually looks better in standard blu ray
Take your stinking paws off my copies, you damn dirty apes! Ordered!
Edited by: "xxbluedragonxx" 3rd May
ch1z4 h, 46 m ago

These are not true 4k films but upscaled so if you have the blu's I would …These are not true 4k films but upscaled so if you have the blu's I would save your money. However if you don't have them and want them then I would go for it. I really liked them and each one was better than the last a great trilogy of films and the effects are fantastic.


Yeah, if you have a 4K TV and player then this is an excellent price for three great films. If some effort has actually gone into the 4K mastering they could be noticeably better than watching the Blu-Rays (and leaving it to your player or TV to upscale) but perhaps not enough to justify upgrading if you already have the Blus.

Personally, I have the first two on Blu-Ray but still need to get War, so I might get this anyway - for £5 each it might be worth it just to upgrade to HDR, because I find that quite effective on my TV.
ch1z03/05/2019 06:56

These are not true 4k films but upscaled so if you have the blu's I would …These are not true 4k films but upscaled so if you have the blu's I would save your money. However if you don't have them and want them then I would go for it. I really liked them and each one was better than the last a great trilogy of films and the effects are fantastic.


To be fair, it's not that relevant if the source is 2k. Some 2K upscales are better than ones done from a 4K master. And UHD blu-rays aren't just about the pixels. I think that for any 4K blu-ray, the value depends on:

1) How good the 4K blu ray is in comparison to the normal blu-ray, regardless of source
2) How good the HDR is, and how much you value that
3) If it's got Atmos / DTS:X, how good it is and if you value that
4) If you've already got the blu-rays, and if it's worth the upgrade
5) How much you enjoy the films themselves. There's some films such as Blade Runner where I'd pay £20 just for a marginal upgrade, because it's one of my favorite films of all time and looks/sounds inherently gorgeous. Whereas other films that I'm not that fussed over, I'd stick with the blu-ray, even if the 4K blu-ray was a great picture/audio quality upgrade. Content is king.

With all respect, to tell people to save their money if they already have the blu-rays is quite simplistic and is making several sweeping assumptions on what people value.
Edited by: "leeuk321" 3rd May
I have watched the last one in 4k. Thought the picture quality and HDR was very good. Has atmos on the 4k version too if thats your thing.

AVforums give it 9/10 for picture quality and 10/10 for audio.

avforums.com/rev…220
Please forgive my techi ignorance ! I only have a DVD player so I assume these are no good for me ??
if that’s the case should I be investing in a DVD/Blu Ray player ?
jordanmb9803/05/2019 17:08

Anything is free if you steal it just saying


Always one isn't there
Pauline_Birch1 h, 31 m ago

Please forgive my techi ignorance ! I only have a DVD player so I assume …Please forgive my techi ignorance ! I only have a DVD player so I assume these are no good for me ??if that’s the case should I be investing in a DVD/Blu Ray player ?


You are correct they won’t work in a DVD player.

These are 4K Ultra HD discs that will only work in a 4K UHD player and that needs to be plugged into a 4K TV.

The picture quality is far superior to a DVD version and in my opinion well worth it but can be a costly hobby until DVDs are phased out.
Edited by: "DaveKp" 3rd May
Thanks. Loved the films. Rarely ever buy physical media but looking forward to this arriving.
Also got 3 xmen movies same price also 4k
stevo610503/05/2019 17:11

Always one isn't there


What? A law-abiding citizen? Yes sir, guilty as charged!
Great movies.
Heat added. Trying to grow my 4k collection. Makes a chance from all the superhero movies I have. Used the £2.50 TCB bonus, hope it tracks. Cheers.
jordanmb9803/05/2019 21:10

What? A law-abiding citizen? Yes sir, guilty as charged!


Are you a copper
stevo610503/05/2019 22:29

Are you a copper


Fully fledged member of the karma police! Nee-naw 🚨🚨🚨
stevo610524 m ago

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I’m not the one breaking the law, and I’m not the one swearing because somebody decided to call you out on it. You do you pal, I’m fine as I am
Now now children, each to their own.
Not everyone can afford quality.
Kodi is free, yes but it’s also poor quality in comparison (I say tucking into my caviar)
leeuk32103/05/2019 11:49

To be fair, it's not that relevant if the source is 2k. Some 2K upscales …To be fair, it's not that relevant if the source is 2k. Some 2K upscales are better than ones done from a 4K master. And UHD blu-rays aren't just about the pixels. I think that for any 4K blu-ray, the value depends on:1) How good the 4K blu ray is in comparison to the normal blu-ray, regardless of source2) How good the HDR is, and how much you value that3) If it's got Atmos / DTS:X, how good it is and if you value that4) If you've already got the blu-rays, and if it's worth the upgrade5) How much you enjoy the films themselves. There's some films such as Blade Runner where I'd pay £20 just for a marginal upgrade, because it's one of my favorite films of all time and looks/sounds inherently gorgeous. Whereas other films that I'm not that fussed over, I'd stick with the blu-ray, even if the 4K blu-ray was a great picture/audio quality upgrade. Content is king.With all respect, to tell people to save their money if they already have the blu-rays is quite simplistic and is making several sweeping assumptions on what people value.


I was only pointing out that these are not true 4K discs like most films are actually usually 2k and you find that a lot of cgi affects are even lower than that. I can't comment if there is any enhanced sound track or HDR dolby vision on these disks but informing people that all is not what it seems. I did not make a value judgement you did that.
Plus if you actually knew what you were talking about you actually can't add in what is not there so it is actually about the pixels and any perceived difference due to upscaling is in fact due to edge enhancement and picture processing and is often detrimental to directors true intent..
So based on the bad photoshopping of the top of the box am I right to assume that they have removed the Blu Ray discs from the set?
same set on Amazon is £5 more but includes 4K version and normal Blu Ray. Useful for me as I often get banished to the living room where we don’t have a 4K player.
Does any body know if these would be worth play on a standard ps4 slim or if the upscale is useless unless played on 4k ps4 Pro?
scorpionsean04/05/2019 11:21

Does any body know if these would be worth play on a standard ps4 slim or …Does any body know if these would be worth play on a standard ps4 slim or if the upscale is useless unless played on 4k ps4 Pro?


Playstation 4 won’t play 4K Ultra HD discs, only Xbox One S and Xbox One X will (gaming console wise). Playstation will only play DVDs and Blu-rays.
Edited by: "DaveKp" 4th May
DaveKp23 m ago

Playstation 4 won’t play 4K Ultra HD discs, only Xbox One S and Xbox One X …Playstation 4 won’t play 4K Ultra HD discs, only Xbox One S and Xbox One X will. Playstation will only play DVDs and Blu-rays.


Thanks @DaveKp
graham_tod3rd May

I was only pointing out that these are not true 4K discs like most films …I was only pointing out that these are not true 4K discs like most films are actually usually 2k and you find that a lot of cgi affects are even lower than that. I can't comment if there is any enhanced sound track or HDR dolby vision on these disks but informing people that all is not what it seems. I did not make a value judgement you did that. Plus if you actually knew what you were talking about you actually can't add in what is not there so it is actually about the pixels and any perceived difference due to upscaling is in fact due to edge enhancement and picture processing and is often detrimental to directors true intent..


Hi, please keep comments on here friendly, comments like "if you actually knew what you were talking about" is quite aggressive; this is hukd, not Facebook or youtube. I've actually worked in post-production for quite some time, mainly on Avid systems, so I like to think I know a little about this stuff. I never said that the pixel count is completely irrelevant, it's just only somewhat relevant in a teeny way, because at the end of the day the end result is what matters. And a lot of people won't be able to decipher full native 4K, due to their eyesight and/or tv setup and viewing angle (you don't go up close to a tv set and study it, the way you would do with a high-resolution print or piece of fine art). A lot of people will 'top out' somewhere between 2K and 4K (or even lower than that, if you have poor eyesight and/or a poor viewing setup), so that's why a lot of upscales are just fine.

In terms of picture quality, such as edge enhancement, picture processing, DNR, haloing, crushed shadows, blown highlights, too much grain and so much more, this comes under the heading of 'picture quality', which can be great or outright crap regardless of whether it's an upscale. There have been some blu-ray films taken from a 4K master which have been outright atrocious. And some 4K upscales from 2K masters which have been absolutely sublime.
Anybody had their box set delivered yet from this company ? I’m on my 14th day since ordering ...
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