Terminator 2 Blu Ray 3D + 2D [Remastered] £13.30 prime / £15.29 non prime @ Amazon
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Terminator 2 Blu Ray 3D + 2D [Remastered] £13.30 prime / £15.29 non prime @ Amazon

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Found 2nd Jan
"Hasta la vista, baby."

This has gone through some restoration/remastering process and 3d conversion by James Cameron himself. Was only released last month [4th Dec 2017].

PS. Thanks Mod for adding the non-Prime price!
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ro53ben6 m ago

I heard it was awful.


It's been de-grained, filtered and sharpened. It looks nothing like the original film. Such a shame as it's from the best possible source and not a dated telecine like the previous versions. If Cameron signed off on this he must have done it from a leaky submarine at the bottom of the ocean.
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Really good restoration have it in 4k myself heat
scottbcw4 m ago

Really good restoration have it in 4k myself heat


I heard it was awful.
Have T2 on several versions from VHS onwards, is the 4K conversion any good?
ro53ben6 m ago

I heard it was awful.


It's been de-grained, filtered and sharpened. It looks nothing like the original film. Such a shame as it's from the best possible source and not a dated telecine like the previous versions. If Cameron signed off on this he must have done it from a leaky submarine at the bottom of the ocean.
cheapskate251 m ago

It's been de-grained, filtered and sharpened. It looks nothing like the …It's been de-grained, filtered and sharpened. It looks nothing like the original film. Such a shame as it's from the best possible source and not a dated telecine like the previous versions. If Cameron signed off on this he must have done it from a leaky submarine at the bottom of the ocean.


or just old fashioned big pile of cash lol
Has all the special edition and director's cuts on there as branching options - but only the theatrical cut is in 3d.
ro53ben32 m ago

I heard it was awful.


It's pure trash
DNR fest. Avoid.
ro53ben1 h, 18 m ago

I heard it was awful.


I saw remastered and 3d veraion at cinema and was amazing.
Night_Knight9 m ago

I saw remastered and 3d veraion at cinema and was amazing.


It wasn’t that good
Reivews not so good and this is the 4K version. also read the Bluray 3D version is just as bad

blu-ray.com/mov…27/
Edited by: "meridiusuk" 2nd Jan
ro53ben2 h, 7 m ago

I heard it was awful.


I too heard it wasn't great and only the theatrical cut
jim_bob6417 m ago

I too heard it wasn't great and only the theatrical cut


You heard right mate.. save your money.
The standard Blu-ray that comes with both this and the 4K set is the only good version of this film. The 4K and 3D versions have been messed with way too much as people have already highlighted. Save your cash and get either the recent 2D re-release which hasn't need messed with and has all the cuts of the film or the Skynet Edition which is practically the same.
Worth bearing in mind that the vast majority of the negative reviews of the 3D version (independently of the 4K version) were before discs were in fact available, where the vast majority of those since release have been positive - heavy grain can really take away from the depth of image so the processing makes more sense in that context too. Personally I thought it was an excellent conversion with really good use of 3D.

Example review of the 3D version - the same site also being critical of the picture quality in the 4K release for comparison.
SFP_NooDLe1 h, 21 m ago

The standard Blu-ray that comes with both this and the 4K set is the only …The standard Blu-ray that comes with both this and the 4K set is the only good version of this film. The 4K and 3D versions have been messed with way too much as people have already highlighted. Save your cash and get either the recent 2D re-release which hasn't need messed with and has all the cuts of the film or the Skynet Edition which is practically the same.


The 2D, 3D and UHD BD all derive from the same master, there isn't much difference in the way they were handled (with exception to the HDR and 3D treatment). I'm not 100% but I think all the releases are offshoots of the 3D master itself, whihc might explain all the unneccesary filtering and other tinkering.
From what I've read the Lionsgate re-release from 2015 which contained a new mpeg-4 remaster (33.15Mbps bit rate) is the best 2D version of this movie released.

Lost track of how many different versions I have purchased, on every single format, of this movie over the years. You'd think they could release one definitive edition containing all versions of the movie plus all of the supplements on both BluRay and UHD BluRay. Oh wait a minute they already tried with the £120 Special Edition Laser Disc boxset (which I used to own) plus the Ultimate Edition DVD set (August 2000). Then the Extreme Edition, the Skynet Edition. The list went on!

SMH!
Edited by: "cheekster" 2nd Jan
I do wonder if James Cameron, Sam Raimi and John Carpenter have a bet going for who can get more rereleases
AndyJWS9 m ago

I do wonder if James Cameron, Sam Raimi and John Carpenter have a bet …I do wonder if James Cameron, Sam Raimi and John Carpenter have a bet going for who can get more rereleases


James is already eyeing up an Aliens 3d release provided T2 3d does well, as well as rereleases of Abyss and True Lies
Edited by: "ice2kewl" 2nd Jan
True Lies is long over due a decent collector's edition release imo.

James Cameron on why True Lies and The Abyss BluRay releases have taken so long:

denofgeek.com/uk/…ans
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