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Awesome set of movies, absolutely loved The Dark Knight
Some of the collectors out there may be interested, especially as they are much cheaper than buying them separately and are overall a really nice looking package to have.

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Batman Begins
Acclaimed director Christopher Nolan explores the origins of the legendary Dark Knight. After his parents' murders, dillusioned heir Bruce Wayne (Christian Bale) travels the world seeking the means to fight injustice. With the help of his trusted butler Alfred (Michael Caine), Detective Jim Gordon (Gary Oldman) and his ally Lucius Fox (Morgan Freeman), Wayne returns to Gotham and unleashes his alter ego: Batman, a masked crusader who uses strength, intellect and high-tech weaponry to fight evil.

Special Features:The Dark Knight IMAX Prologue, Tankman Begins: A Batman Begins spoof, Batman - The Journey Begins: Concept, design and development of the film as well as the casting of Batman himself, Shaping Mind and Body: Observe Christian Bale's transformation into Batman, Gotham City Rises: Witness the creation of Gotham City, the Batcave, Wayne Manor and more, Cape and Cowl: The development of the Batsuit, Batman - The Tumbler: the reinvention of the Batmobile, Path to Discovery: A look at the first week filming on rugged and remote Iceland locations, Saving Gotham City: The development of miniatures, CGI and effects for the monorail chase scene, Genesis of the Bat: A look at the Dark Knight's incarnation and influences on the film, Reflections on Writing Batman Begins with David S. Goyer, Digital Batman: The effects you may have missed, Batman Begins Stunts, Theatrical Trailer.



The Dark Knight
The follow-up to Batman Begins, The Dark Knight reunites director Christopher Nolan and star Christian Bale, who reprises the role of Batman/Bruce Wayne in his continuing war on crime. With the help of Lt. Jim Gordon and District Attorney Harvey Dent, Batman sets out to destroy organised crime in Gotham for good. The triumvirate proves effective. But soon the three find themselves prey to a rising criminal mastermind known as The Joker, who thrusts Gotham into anarchy and forces Batman closer to crossing the fine line between hero and vigilante.

Special Features: Gotham Uncovered: Creation of a scene - Director Christopher Nolan and Creative Collaborators Unmask the Incredible Detail and Planning Behind the Film, Including Stunt Staging, Filming in IMAX, the Batsuit and Bat-pod…and More! SPECIAL FEATURES: Batman Tech - The Incredible Gadgets and Tools, Batman Unmasked: The Psychology of The Dark Knight - Delve into the Psyche of Bruce Wayne and the World of Batman Through Real-World Psychotherapy, Gotham Tonight - 6 episodes of Gotham Cable's Premier News programme, The Galleries - The Joker Cards, Concept Art, Poster Art, Production Stills, Trailers & TV Spots



The Dark Knight Rises
Eight years ago, after assuming the blame for D.A. Harvey Dent's death, a disgraced Batman (Christian Bale) mysteriously vanished. But everything changes with the appearance of a cunning cat burglar (Anne Hathaway) and the arrival of Bane (Tom Hardy), a ruthless madman. Bane's reign of terror forces Bruce out of his self-imposed exile and into ultimate battle for Gotham City's survival... and his own.

Special Features: The Batmobile: Witness all five Batmobiles together for the first time in history. Dive deep into every aspect of the most awe-inspiring weapon in Batman's arsenal as you journey through the birth and evolution of this technological marvel and cultural icon. Ending the Knight: A comprehensive look into how director Christopher Nolan and his production team made The Dark Knight Risesther epic conclusion to the Dark Knight legend. And much more!
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Lord.vader22/01/2020 16:43

It is inevitable but maybe I'll wait for the boxset to dip below £25


When Gotham this set is ashes £25, you have my permission to die buy.
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I've bought these films five times now. Had them on blu originally then Steelbook boxset then Steelbook individual but three of each (I was a Steelbook collector) sold them all and now have second hand blu rays.

Now I am tempted by the 4k but are they enough of an improvement over the blu ray?
Edited by: "Lord.vader" 22nd Jan
I’m sure Sainsbury’s has these on offer
What special features are included, if any, in these editions? Hoping it includes the same extensive special features as The Ultimate Dark Knight Trilogy (standard Blu-ray) box set had.
Edited by: "cheekster" 22nd Jan
Gavin198022/01/2020 15:16

I’m sure Sainsbury’s has these on offer



£44.99 but the regular 4K box set not these Film Editions which include the hardback book.
Edited by: "cheekster" 22nd Jan
cheekster22/01/2020 16:06

£44.99 but the regular 4K box set not these Film Editions which include …£44.99 but the regular 4K box set not these Film Editions which include the hardback book.


No they were the digibook ones as in the photo
Lord.vader22/01/2020 14:52

I've bought these films five times now. Had them on blu originally then …I've bought these films five times now. Had them on blu originally then Steelbook boxset then Steelbook individual but three of each (I was a Steelbook collector) sold them all and now have second hand blu rays. Now I am tempted by the 4k but are they enough of an improvement over the blu ray?


I THINK these are good in 4K. A lot of DK and DKR was filmed with an IMAX camera (maybe it goes by another name but they extra features talked about the cost of hiring this camera being extortionate and they couldn't use it for the entire film/s) anyway it captures a lot more detail. It was one of the definitive films to watch in IMAX.

There's a website dedicated to showing what films are true 4K and not 2K upscaled, have a Google


ps Does it matter? Just buy them AGAIN
Mr.Nutts22/01/2020 16:42

I THINK these are good in 4K. A lot of DK and DKR was filmed with an IMAX …I THINK these are good in 4K. A lot of DK and DKR was filmed with an IMAX camera (maybe it goes by another name but they extra features talked about the cost of hiring this camera being extortionate and they couldn't use it for the entire film/s) anyway it captures a lot more detail. It was one of the definitive films to watch in IMAX.There's a website dedicated to showing what films are true 4K and not 2K upscaled, have a Google :)ps Does it matter? Just buy them AGAIN


It is inevitable but maybe I'll wait for the boxset to dip below £25
The picture quality on the standard blu-ray of Batman Begins looked absolutely awful to me when I last watched it so the 4K edition should be a huge upgrade.
Lord.vader22/01/2020 16:43

It is inevitable but maybe I'll wait for the boxset to dip below £25


When Gotham this set is ashes £25, you have my permission to die buy.
Lord.vader22/01/2020 14:52

I've bought these films five times now. Had them on blu originally then …I've bought these films five times now. Had them on blu originally then Steelbook boxset then Steelbook individual but three of each (I was a Steelbook collector) sold them all and now have second hand blu rays. Now I am tempted by the 4k but are they enough of an improvement over the blu ray?


I've bought on DVD sold to get Bluray sold to get Bluray Steelbook of first two sold to get individual steelbooks then got rid of steelbooks back to regular bluray then sold to get 4k trilogy. I'm done!
stingersplash22/01/2020 19:50

I've bought on DVD sold to get Bluray sold to get Bluray Steelbook of …I've bought on DVD sold to get Bluray sold to get Bluray Steelbook of first two sold to get individual steelbooks then got rid of steelbooks back to regular bluray then sold to get 4k trilogy. I'm done!


So the 64 million dollar question is, are the 4ks worth it?
Lord.vader22/01/2020 19:53

So the 64 million dollar question is, are the 4ks worth it?


I couldn't tell you as I don't have a 4k TV yet but I'm sure they look fantastic.
stingersplash22/01/2020 20:16

I couldn't tell you as I don't have a 4k TV yet but I'm sure they look …I couldn't tell you as I don't have a 4k TV yet but I'm sure they look fantastic.


Gavin198022/01/2020 15:16

I’m sure Sainsbury’s has these on offer


Yep they were like 2 for 50 I think
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Lord.vader22/01/2020 14:52

I've bought these films five times now. Had them on blu originally then …I've bought these films five times now. Had them on blu originally then Steelbook boxset then Steelbook individual but three of each (I was a Steelbook collector) sold them all and now have second hand blu rays. Now I am tempted by the 4k but are they enough of an improvement over the blu ray?


5 times? You need help!!
£45 per movie? If so that's expensive.
Heat nice for those that want this works out about £13 a movie and you are getting the book etc


but not for me i paid just £59.99 for the 21 disk nolan 4K+Bluray+bonus disks set a couple of weeks ago in HMV (£99 in some places)

it also has these and Dunkirk, Inception, Interstellar & The Prestige
Edited by: "kobrakaan1" 23rd Jan
Tried to resist, failed. Ordered. Good deal.
Lord.vader22/01/2020 14:52

I've bought these films five times now. Had them on blu originally then …I've bought these films five times now. Had them on blu originally then Steelbook boxset then Steelbook individual but three of each (I was a Steelbook collector) sold them all and now have second hand blu rays. Now I am tempted by the 4k but are they enough of an improvement over the blu ray?


I wouldn't bother mate I been in simaler situation to you and now I just collect what I want in best value as possible and I will only buy 4k if I don't already own it and only couple £ more.

bluray is perfectly fine yes ther are few bad transfers out ther but I can live with that and pick up 4k for them if it's really super cheap later.

I own a oled TV so I and the extra cost is just not worth it my batman blu rays must cost me £6 new so £40 to upgrade is just daft
suttercane22/01/2020 16:55

The picture quality on the standard blu-ray of Batman Begins looked …The picture quality on the standard blu-ray of Batman Begins looked absolutely awful to me when I last watched it so the 4K edition should be a huge upgrade.


Looks fantastic on my TV
Lord.vader22/01/2020 14:52

I've bought these films five times now. Had them on blu originally then …I've bought these films five times now. Had them on blu originally then Steelbook boxset then Steelbook individual but three of each (I was a Steelbook collector) sold them all and now have second hand blu rays. Now I am tempted by the 4k but are they enough of an improvement over the blu ray?


I see a few people have replied to you already, just to throw my two cents in...

I have an oled and a x700 Sony 4K Blu-ray player, these three films are excellent 4K transfers. A lot of Nolan films have quite a lot of noise (the prestige and inception eg) but these batman films don’t have this issue. If you have a HDR capable tv, it captures the use of hdr perfectly, especially scenes with the joker at the start, or the fight scene at the end of dark knight rises, the detail is stunning. like someone else also mentioned, these were filmed with 35mm/65mm imax cameras so the 4K format makes use of that wonderfully.

Batman dark knight and dark knight rises are the better looking ones, I didn’t think batman begins was amazingly impressive to be honest. I seriously would consider picking these up, much better than there Blu-ray counterparts, but it does depend on how you plan to watch these.they are personally one of my favourite transfers for 4K Blu-ray.
Lukester23/01/2020 15:15

I see a few people have replied to you already, just to throw my two cents …I see a few people have replied to you already, just to throw my two cents in...I have an oled and a x700 Sony 4K Blu-ray player, these three films are excellent 4K transfers. A lot of Nolan films have quite a lot of noise (the prestige and inception eg) but these batman films don’t have this issue. If you have a HDR capable tv, it captures the use of hdr perfectly, especially scenes with the joker at the start, or the fight scene at the end of dark knight rises, the detail is stunning. like someone else also mentioned, these were filmed with 35mm/65mm imax cameras so the 4K format makes use of that wonderfully.Batman dark knight and dark knight rises are the better looking ones, I didn’t think batman begins was amazingly impressive to be honest. I seriously would consider picking these up, much better than there Blu-ray counterparts, but it does depend on how you plan to watch these.they are personally one of my favourite transfers for 4K Blu-ray.


I don't have Oled but I do have HDR+ and Dolby Vision depending on what the disc kicks out. I use my Xbox one s to play films.

I may try just Dark Knight as it's under a tenner on Amazon.fr
Lord.vader22/01/2020 14:52

I've bought these films five times now. Had them on blu originally then …I've bought these films five times now. Had them on blu originally then Steelbook boxset then Steelbook individual but three of each (I was a Steelbook collector) sold them all and now have second hand blu rays. Now I am tempted by the 4k but are they enough of an improvement over the blu ray?


They were all shot on film so they will be true 4K, rather than upscaled, and looking at the reviews for all of them (AVForums rates them 8, 10 and 9 out of 10 respectively) they've done an excellent job with the transfers, especially considering the issues with the Blu-Ray transfers. So they're all a significant upgrade, especially Batman Begins, and HDR works really well with the lighting in these movies.

So if you've already bought them five times, what's once more? You must like these movies so why not have the best versions available?
Downvoted I’m afraid - it’s currently £34 on Amazon, with Prime Delivery!
Thors_Paws23/01/2020 18:59

Downvoted I’m afraid - it’s currently £34 on Amazon, with Prime Delivery!


Linky?

Edit:I've found the normal 4k version on Amazon for £34, NOT this version, so I think your comment is misleading.
Edited by: "TelicVet" 23rd Jan
£44.99 dont be daft buying this.. it will be £20 in about 6 months and then in about 1-2 years it will be a fiver silly spending so much on a movie that everyones already watched

winds me up! All the dvds became useless and then its blu rays and know its uhds
sharaz9023/01/2020 22:12

£44.99 dont be daft buying this.. it will be £20 in about 6 months and t …£44.99 dont be daft buying this.. it will be £20 in about 6 months and then in about 1-2 years it will be a fiver silly spending so much on a movie that everyones already watched winds me up! All the dvds became useless and then its blu rays and know its uhds


I dont know if you're trolling but i'll bite...

Contrary to belief, some people actually rewatch movies they've already seen before and enjoy the collecting side of it (with these extra booklets and stuff). This will not be £20 in about 6 months, it wont even drop to that price within 2 years (4K is still not widely adopted), so saying it'll eventually be £5 is ridiculous
adz201024/01/2020 07:45

I dont know if you're trolling but i'll bite...Contrary to belief, some …I dont know if you're trolling but i'll bite...Contrary to belief, some people actually rewatch movies they've already seen before and enjoy the collecting side of it (with these extra booklets and stuff). This will not be £20 in about 6 months, it wont even drop to that price within 2 years (4K is still not widely adopted), so saying it'll eventually be £5 is ridiculous


Yeh i collect movies aswell
And re watch them
Lord.vader22/01/2020 14:52

I've bought these films five times now. Had them on blu originally then …I've bought these films five times now. Had them on blu originally then Steelbook boxset then Steelbook individual but three of each (I was a Steelbook collector) sold them all and now have second hand blu rays. Now I am tempted by the 4k but are they enough of an improvement over the blu ray?


The first one is a small improvement over normal blu ray, the other two, DK and DKR both get 5 out of 5 for video and audio on HighDefDigest.com
eliotrw24/01/2020 09:39

The first one is a small improvement over normal blu ray, the other two, …The first one is a small improvement over normal blu ray, the other two, DK and DKR both get 5 out of 5 for video and audio on HighDefDigest.com


I bought Begins and Rises yesterday from amazon.it on a deal , I am weak ! Sixth and final time.
Adorablemunchkin23/01/2020 10:05

£45 per movie? If so that's expensive.


£45 for all three which (for digibooks) is by far the cheapest.
Lord.vader22/01/2020 14:52

I've bought these films five times now. Had them on blu originally then …I've bought these films five times now. Had them on blu originally then Steelbook boxset then Steelbook individual but three of each (I was a Steelbook collector) sold them all and now have second hand blu rays. Now I am tempted by the 4k but are they enough of an improvement over the blu ray?


Personally. Yes.
They're not likely to disappear anytime soon, so maybe wait for better price... With another Batman movie due, Warner will be re-flogging Batsy for many more years.

However, It really depends on how you view 4K / hear the difference in the audio quality.

There's many who don't even see a difference from sd- bluray.
no_Sunshine23/01/2020 10:05

5 times? You need help!!


About what I went through with Tim Burton's Batman. Die hard, Beetlejuice, Gremlins and Many more, : multiple VHS releases, Laser disc, DVDs. I couldn't be arsed to redip on some blurays though.
stingeyal02/02/2020 16:58

Personally. Yes.They're not likely to disappear anytime soon, so maybe …Personally. Yes.They're not likely to disappear anytime soon, so maybe wait for better price... With another Batman movie due, Warner will be re-flogging Batsy for many more years. However, It really depends on how you view 4K / hear the difference in the audio quality.There's many who don't even see a difference from sd- bluray.


I have all three now! Superb multi 4k deal on Amazon France. I've seen Batman Begins and it's a marked improvement. Super crisp detail and, as you need with the Dark Knight , solid deep blacks. Glad I got them (again).
suttercane22/01/2020 16:55

The picture quality on the standard blu-ray of Batman Begins looked …The picture quality on the standard blu-ray of Batman Begins looked absolutely awful to me when I last watched it so the 4K edition should be a huge upgrade.


I don't think you understand the difference between the two it only a resolution increase there are a lot of tvs that will actually do this for you except not quite as well as native 4k. Not worth £15 a film for that.
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