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The Bourne Ultimatum 4K UHD Blu-ray (Use code) £6.29 365games.co.uk

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Posted 17th Dec 2019

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The Bourne Ultimatum 4K UHD Blu-ray
Please note this is a region B Blu-ray and will require a region B or region free Blu-ray player in order to play.

The Bourne Ultimatum On 4K Ultra Hd. 4K Ultra Hd Is 4 Times Sharper Than Hd. Brilliant Brights And Deepest Darks With Hdr (High Dynamic Range) And Wider Colour Spectrum Adding Dazzling Colours To Your Viewing Experience. Also Includes Blu-Ray Copy And Digital Download To Watch Anywhere On All Your Devices.

Academy Award Winner Matt Damon Is Trained Assassin Jason Bourne. Having Lost His Memory And The One Person He Loved, He Is Undeterred By The Barrage Of Bullets From A New Generation Of Trained Killers, Who Are Tracking His Every Move And Will Stop At Nothing To Prevent Him From Learning His True Identity. The Bourne Ultimatum Unfolds With Heart-Stopping Action, Death-Defying Stunts And White-Knuckle Excitement In The Film Critics Are Calling, “The Best Action Picture In Decades.” (Maxim)

4K Ultra Hd Bonus Feature
Feature Commentary With Director Paul Greengrass
Blu-Ray Bonus Features
Feature Commentary With Director Paul Greengrass
Deleted Scenes
Man On The Move: Jason Bourne
Be Bourne Spy Training
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8 Comments
Enet17/12/2019 19:17

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Except you're wrong, Identity's the crap one.
kesersoze17/12/2019 21:36

Except you're wrong, Identity's the crap one.


This conclusion is from a review site which I find to be one of the most lenient in their reviews:
Even with three of five films fall short of the 4K promise, the visual presentation is still an upgrade over the long-cherished Blu-rays.

Here is a review from a more stringent review site:
Unlike the other original trilogy Bourne films -- the first a bonafide disaster and the second a healthy uptick while drastically changing the look, tone, and texture of the movie -- this (ultimatum) is more a simple refinement. It may not approach the top tier the UHD format has to offer, but it appears to be the most fundamentally faithful and refined of the trio.
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It's interesting because the reviews I read a while back said keep the blu-rays. Anyway even if the video isn't all that you still get DTS-x audio so for the right price I guess they are worth it

Deleting previous comment since there seems to be more variation in review conclusion.


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Edited by: "Enet" 17th Dec 2019
kesersoze17/12/2019 21:36

Except you're wrong, Identity's the crap one.


I think you've misunderstood @Enet 's point. I believe they're saying there's little difference between the Blu-ray and 4K.


Also, you're wrong, Legacy is the crap one.
Edited by: "Mr.Nutts" 17th Dec 2019
Mr.Nutts17/12/2019 21:55

I think you've misunderstood @Enet 's point. I believe they're saying …I think you've misunderstood @Enet 's point. I believe they're saying there's little difference between the Blu-ray and 4K.Also, you're wrong, Legacy is the crap one.


Yeah he did, but I read some reviews and there is more to assess especially the audio. What I usually say is that if you don't have the Blu Rays then buy this, otherwise keep the Blu. However with the enhanced audio, I (now) could imagine getting Ultimatum if it hit a fiver
As for Legacy, I only consider the trilogy worth watching.
Edited by: "Enet" 17th Dec 2019
Enet17/12/2019 22:01

Yeah he did, but I read some reviews and there is more to assess …Yeah he did, but I read some reviews and there is more to assess especially the audio. What I usually say is that if you don't have the Blu Rays then buy this, otherwise keep the Blu. However with the enhanced audio, I (now) could imagine getting Ultimatum if it hit a fiver As for Legacy, I only consider the trilogy worth watching.


I tend to think similarly. I don't buy as many films these days. 99% of the time I buy blu-ray. I probably won't update any of my current collection to 4K, but I might get new purchases on 4K depending on the price. e.g. Joker was £20 on here for 4K. Worth the extra £5 over blu-ray.

As for my review of the film's overall.
Legacy is a spin off as far as I'm concerned. Identity Supremacy and Ultimatum are some of my favourite all time films. Even BOURNE is sub-standard.
Mr.Nutts17/12/2019 22:12

I tend to think similarly. I don't buy as many films these days. 99% of …I tend to think similarly. I don't buy as many films these days. 99% of the time I buy blu-ray. I probably won't update any of my current collection to 4K, but I might get new purchases on 4K depending on the price. e.g. Joker was £20 on here for 4K. Worth the extra £5 over blu-ray.As for my review of the film's overall.Legacy is a spin off as far as I'm concerned. Identity Supremacy and Ultimatum are some of my favourite all time films. Even BOURNE is sub-standard.


Yep. I've quite a few 4k but I'm building a small stream collection as well, especially for films where the audio/video isn't that important.
BTW Amazon has this for £6.99
Like many films sold as 4K UHD this doesn’t appear to be native 2160p or in other words true 4K, rather it was mastered in 1080p and upscaled. A useful full list of films can be found via my link that identifies the real 4K movies as opposed to fake 4K (for want of a better word) that fall short of expected image quality.

4kmedia.org/rea…4k/
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