T2 Trainspotting 4K UHD Blu ray £15 @ Tesco Direct (online only)
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T2 Trainspotting 4K UHD Blu ray £15 @ Tesco Direct (online only)

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Found 9th JunMade hot 9th Jun
T2 Trainspotting 4K UHD Blu ray £15.

Available via Tesco Direct (was £20 instore earlier - so assuming its online only at present).

Currently retailing for £20 so cheapest ive seen so far (same price as normal blu ray which this will include alongside a 4K UHD copy).

Note: The image Tesco have used on their site looks to be the standard blu ray case. However, the listing title and details are all for the 4K version (the displayed reduction from £20 to £15 also gives me confidence it is the correct version despite the wrong case image ).

Deal URL (just in case its not working direct).

tesco.com/dir…499

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I actually really enjoyed this, don't think it discredited the first film. Good price.
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collectorcol

Heat for price. Movie any good? Need some 4K material.



I loved the first movie and was disappointed with this one.
Ok for nostalgia purposes I suppose.

Nice.


collectorcol

Heat for price. Movie any good? Need some 4K material.



same, first was a masterpiece, this was terrible

I actually really enjoyed this, don't think it discredited the first film. Good price.

It's a missprint ordered 3days ago and blu Ray version turned up not 4

Honestly I really can not tell the difference between blue ray and 4k. I have an LG 55C6V. I feel like buying 4K movies for £15-£20 is a big waste of money. I buy blue rays for £1-£2 , they look and sound great. The only small improvement I have noticed is streaming Netflix 4K with Dolby Vision, but even that is extremely minimal.

collectorcol

Heat for price. Movie any good? Need some 4K material.



​proper **** lol

Well good offer , tesco ... over because of my order

I thoroughly enjoyed this movie; almost as much as the first!

ibz100

I thoroughly enjoyed this movie; almost as much as the first!



​me too. watched it tonight, it was great. made me feel a bit old thoughlol

I really enjoyed this movie too. Thought it followed on very well from the characters in the first one and they did as good a job as they could have done. Not sure watching in 4k would enhance the experience though.

I got the 4k version from zoom. With the code signup10 you can get it for £18. That's assuming this is an error on Tesco as someone has already stated it is.

I have watched it a few times now and it gets better every watch. Loved the first one and have fond memories of seeing it at the cinema all those years ago. The new one at first was disappointing but once you get the hang of everyone looking a lot older and accepting life moves on it is a really well made and fun film. A nice nostalgic look at the 90s and the original film.

The 4k certainly looks sharper but it is the HDR that adds more to the uhd version. Some nice colours emphasised and it looks fairly awesome.

Terrible film tho

Sequel to one of the most overrated films of all time starring one of the most self-righteous overrated actors of all time. Cold even at 1p.

Mr.No

Sequel to one of the most overrated films of all time starring one of the … Sequel to one of the most overrated films of all time starring one of the most self-righteous overrated actors of all time. Cold even at 1p.


You didn't like it then.

can't believe how boring this was

Pretty sure I saw it in store, at Congleton, for same price yesterday. As I haven't seen the first one, though, wasn't tempted.

nlman

You didn't like it then.


They don't like Ewan McGregor.

Thought the film was brilliant and a perfect sequel to the first. They could not do the same thing again it's twenty years later.

DexMorgan

I loved the first movie and was disappointed with this one.Ok for … I loved the first movie and was disappointed with this one.Ok for nostalgia purposes I suppose.



Totally agree. I was so disappointed by the sequel. Loved the original. Great price though for a new film in 4k.
Edited by: "mstodge" 10th Jun

mstodge

Totally agree. I was so disappointed by the sequel. Loved the original. … Totally agree. I was so disappointed by the sequel. Loved the original. Great price though for a new film in 4k.



Problem is majority of 4K discs (movies) are upscaled as the cameras used to record them are lower resolution. There is no way this movie was filmed with a 4K camera like many others. A good representation of a 4K disc is the Revenant.

excellent film...20 years on from the original it deals with middle aged angst, regret, broken lives and friendships superbly ......ignore the bad reviews

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sinxa11 h, 1 m ago

Honestly I really can not tell the difference between blue ray and 4k. I …Honestly I really can not tell the difference between blue ray and 4k. I have an LG 55C6V. I feel like buying 4K movies for £15-£20 is a big waste of money. I buy blue rays for £1-£2 , they look and sound great. The only small improvement I have noticed is streaming Netflix 4K with Dolby Vision, but even that is extremely minimal.



I'm no videophile but I find that I am fairly sensitive to video artifacts on fast moving scenes even sometimes on broadcast HD and notice it a lot on now tv. I also find SD rather unpleasant to watch on larger HD and UHD screens. I think 4K bluray and 4K in general (e.g. Netflix etc) does offer a definite improvement over HD, even Bluray but it is subtle and I would have a hard time describing exactly what that difference was or how to spot it, the best I can come up with is I think the resolution gives more detail over a longer distance than on regular bluray, so panning, scenery shots etc can benefit. It is by no means night and day but I think it is there. Plus to an extent it could be seen as a future investment as while our current sets may not show a massive difference, as we upgrade to larger new sets with more effective HDR implementations etc they might better 'bring out' the extra details on these discs.

I think 4K Blurays priced at £15 like this one, even perhaps up to £20 for bigger releases is ok value actually as you have to remember, all (or at least most) 4K Blurays are triple sets (including regular blurays and HD UVs) meaning if, like me, you only want the 4K disc, you can sell the regular Blurays and HD UVs and sometimes make back a good third (sometimes even half) the asking price….


Amazon have a selection of 2 for £30 atm

Only bringing up DVD for me?

Received mine today. It's the special edition blu-ray, NOT the 4K UHD. That's what is shown in the picture, but the description definitely says 4K. Sent straight back and reordered - hopefully they've packaged the wrong one but I suspect it's the description that's wrong.

I picked up my click and collect order yesterday, I also got the standard blu ray. Phoned them up, they gave me a refund and a £5 credit so I could go in store and purchase. For some reason it's £20 in store

Avoid this deal - deals says 4K for £15 - just collected mine from the Tesco Click and Collect and its just the standard Blu Ray version...judging by previous comments I assume this has the wrong product description...now have the hassle of ringing Customer services to return the item.

This is annoying. I haven't got mine yet as its getting delivered but seems i will almost certainly get just the bluray really frustrating as i wanted to build my 4k bluray collection. If its wrong ill definitely be complaining and asking for some clubcard points or credit for the inconvenience as they definitely describe it as 4k bluray and even though picture now shows bluray case am sure it was showing a 4k bluray case last week when i ordered it...
Edited by: "ST3123" 13th Jun

Yup. Mine arrived and it was a blu-ray special edition. Completely and utterly mislabeled. They wouldn't even let me return it via them because it was a Tesco Express. Not a happy bunny. Going back today with a stern note.

Anyone order this for home delivery and still waiting? Mine still hasn't turned up yet and was ordered on the 9th and dispatched on 12th. Says delivery by today and post been already and almost certainly not going to be a courier for a bluray. I'll give them till tomorrow and probably have to call them about it, maybe best if they have lost it, since it's almost certainly going to be the wrong one anyway.

Take it no one actually got a 4K bluray from this?

Notice it says they no longer sell it too, bet they have had to pull the listing due to complaints...
Edited by: "ST3123" 16th Jun

Mine came on Saturday, over a week after ordering! As expected just standard bluray. Will definitely be contacting them to complain about the stupidly slow delivery and supplying wrong product. Won't outright ask for a return, will see if they will do a part refund or discount on next order instead, saves hassle of returning and I can still watch it on Bluray, not as good as 4K but doubt this film would benefit massively anyway....
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