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One of my fave films. Seems a good price
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One of the greatest films ever,unfortunately the price isn't so great.
Edited by: "Biggunspaul" 1st Feb
Best one by far!
Biggunspaul01/02/2020 23:20

One of the greatest films ever,unfortunately the price isn't so great.


Cant find it cheaper
daz_7501/02/2020 23:24

Cant find it cheaper


Yeah but it has been as little as £3.99 on itunes
Few things get better with age, but thanks to the garbage being pumped out today, it seems Cameron's films are one of those few things.
Id want a disc for this much £ tho. Having paid for several streaming services id atleast expect a couple of decent films to come with them... (thank the lord for the remaining disc rental provider)
Biggunspaul01/02/2020 23:20

One of the greatest films ever,unfortunately the price isn't so great.


Agreed when its still only (£5.75+ £5.23 Shipping) for the physical copy

£11.03 delivered from Amazon US for the 4k+Bluray+Digital

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kobrakaan02/02/2020 00:33

Agreed when its still only (£5.75+ £5.23 Shipping) for the physical c …Agreed when its still only (£5.75+ £5.23 Shipping) for the physical copy£11.03 delivered from Amazon US for the 4k+Bluray+Digital [Image]


I'm coming to think that I prefer digital copies now. Bought a 4k player but disks are cluttering up everywhere lol each to there own tho
Is it just the Theatrical Edition you get or the Extended Edition?
This is a download and not a disc
Awful transfer, don't bother! Ruined by DNR overload. Blu ray/1080 version is best, they will probably rerelease this in the future after redoing it
Price isn’t good.
koskesh02/02/2020 11:45

Price isn’t good.


Seconded, amazon have been selling some 4K films as little as £2.99 these last few weeks. £7.99 is most likely just the standard price to own this digitally in 4K. If you are paying this much for digital you might as well add a couple £ and get the full boxed version with standard blurays too....
Yeah, think I have bought this for 2.99 in previous sales.
Got this for £2.99 a while ago, can confirm the 4k picture is excellent.
Also paid 2.99 for this I don't see any problem with the picture, looks great to me
7.99 *is* the standard price for this on Amazon Video - I've been watching out for it on the site for months assuming it'll eventually dip into the Movie Week, £2.99-4.99 territory but it's not been added to a sale that I've ever noticed and unfortunately CamelCamelCamel only seems to track the rental price.

I've seen the transfer and it's a very mixed job. Detailing is great, but the HDR hasn't done the DNR that was added in later versions any favours, particularly in indoor settings. The bar scene in particular makes Schwarzenegger look like a pinky wax work of himself. Once the hue of the movie turns more into night-time blues and Cyberdyne metallics the picture stands out at what you'd expect for 4K, but your mileage may vary.

EDIT: it would appear from other comments that I missed a sale, dammit!
Edited by: "Open.Sauce.81" 3rd Feb
KjGarly02/02/2020 08:51

Is it just the Theatrical Edition you get or the Extended Edition?


It will likely be just the 2017 edited Theatrical Cut (James Cameron took the opportunity to edit a couple of scenes that he was not happy about in the original 1991 Theatrical Cut released in cinemas) like the 4K UHD physical disc release. The latter does however come bundled with a 1080p Blu-ray disc that includes the same 2017 Theatrical Cut but also the Special Edition and Ultimate Edition versions of the movie selectable via seamless branching.

Do note if you’re not already aware that all of the additional scenes in the latter two versions of the movie were not taken from the new 4K Remaster used for the 3D release in cinemas in 2017 but instead what was used for an older home release. Colour grading is therefore not consistent throughout. Might bother some more than others.
cheekster03/02/2020 13:33

It will likely be just the 2017 edited Theatrical Cut (James Cameron took …It will likely be just the 2017 edited Theatrical Cut (James Cameron took the opportunity to edit a couple of scenes that he was not happy about in the original 1991 Theatrical Cut released in cinemas) like the 4K UHD physical disc release. The latter does however come bundled with a 1080p Blu-ray disc that includes the same 2017 Theatrical Cut but also the Special Edition and Ultimate Edition versions of the movie selectable via seamless branching. Do note if you’re not already aware that all of the additional scenes in the latter two versions of the movie were not taken from the new 4K Remaster used for the 3D release in cinemas in 2017 but instead what was used for an older home release. Colour grading is therefore not consistent throughout. Might bother some more than others.


Never bothered with the UHD disc version due to it being theatrical only and already own the Skynet Edition on Blu Ray which will have to do for now. Likely get it when it goes a bit cheaper.
KjGarly03/02/2020 13:50

Never bothered with the UHD disc version due to it being theatrical only …Never bothered with the UHD disc version due to it being theatrical only and already own the Skynet Edition on Blu Ray which will have to do for now. Likely get it when it goes a bit cheaper.


The 2015 Lionsgate (re-encode rather than remaster) is noticeably superior to the 2009 Skynet Blu-ray release. Theatrical Cut, Special Edition and Ultimate Cut are all available via seamless branching plus both audio commentaries and a limited range of Special Features. Film-grain is left intact and this version has not had the over use of DNR unlike other home releases.
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