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Terminator Salvation Dec 1st

Old 09-09-09, 06:44 AM
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Terminator Salvation Dec 1st

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Warner Home Video has announced 1-disc DVD and 3-disc Blu-ray releases of Terminator Salvation for the 1st December. The 1-disc DVD will include the theatrical cut of the film, along with a Moto-Terminator featurette. The 3-disc Blu-ray will include theatrical and directors cuts of the film, along with featurettes ("Re-Forging the Future", "The Moto-Terminator"), a "Resist or Be Terminated” Video Archive, a Terminator Salvation Official Movie Prequel Digital Comic Issue #1, a WB Maximum Movie Mode, Focus Points, and a digital copy of the theatrical version. We'll bring you further details as we get them.

http://www.dvdactive.com/news/releas...alvation2.html
http://www.blu-ray.com/news/?id=3389
Warner Home Video has announced that it will release 'Terminator Salvation' on Blu-ray on December 1, day-and-date with the DVD. As we told you in August, both the theatrical, PG-13 cut and the director's R-rated cut will be included (not via seamless branching, but on separate discs). A digital copy of the theatrical version will also be included.

Special features are as follows:

*Disc 1 (theatrical version):
WB Maximum Movie Mode
Focus Points
Re-Forging the Future
The Moto-Terminator
*Disc 2 (director's cut):
BD-Live
Media Center
Featured Content
"Resist or Be Terminated” Video Archive
Terminator Salvation Official Movie Prequel Digital Comic Issue #1
My Commentary
Live Community Screening

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Old 09-09-09, 07:28 AM
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Re: Terminator Salvation Dec 1st

Cool, rental first and then determine if it's a buy for me.
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Re: Terminator Salvation Dec 1st

Great release! Can't wait.
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Re: Terminator Salvation Dec 1st

chris sc77 and the other dvd only clan are spazzing out with WB including more exclusive extras for the Blu-ray. More empty threats to WB have been made.
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Re: Terminator Salvation Dec 1st

Originally Posted by tonymontana313 View Post
chris sc77 and the other dvd only clan are spazzing out with WB including more exclusive extras for the Blu-ray. More empty threats to WB have been made.
Yeah, he'll be flipping out soon.

And your comment:
Sweet! WB really knows how to put together great blu-rays. Can't wait!
Just stings over there. Ouch

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chris sc77 and the other dvd only clan are spazzing out with WB including more exclusive extras for the Blu-ray. More empty threats to WB have been made.
I love it. I didn't like the theatrical cut, but I appreciate the effort of trying to make the BD release worth the upcharge.
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Old 09-09-09, 02:29 PM
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the R rated cut is apparently 135 minutes according to Blu-Ray.com and DVDTimes.
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Nice, this is what i was hoping for.
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Old 09-09-09, 02:49 PM
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this needs a steelbook
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20 extra minutes - really? huh...
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20 extra minutes - really? huh...
The Theatrical version was so obviously hacked off in so many places though, so Im not surprised.

IIRC some time before the movie came out, McG said his cut of the movie was around 130 minutes, so this fits with that too.
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yet even hacked it couldn't sustain my interest or consciouness - I fell asleep around four times during the movie.
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I hope WB lost a lot of money on all the Blu-rays I just bought from their store with those coupons.
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:/

http://www.dvdactive.com/news/releas...alvation2.html

According to the ad on DVD active the DC is only 118 minutes!

Guess that 135 minute runtime was bullcrap
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According to the ad on DVD active the DC is only 118 minutes!

Guess that 135 minute runtime was bullcrap
That is so hilarious to me. Especially since before the movie came out McG said he cut 35-45 minutes of footage.
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Re: Terminator Salvation Dec 1st

Originally Posted by chris_sc77 View Post
I hope WB lost a lot of money on all the Blu-rays I just bought from their store with those coupons.
The only person who loses is you since you don't even own a Blu-ray player yet and own a modest little collection. You're up to 30 titles now, right?
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It's to the point where I can't wait for WB's announcements just to hear the outcry. It's hilarious.
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this needs a steelbook
It's getting one in the UK, Germany, Poland, and supposed to be in Canada
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The only person who loses is you since you don't even own a Blu-ray player yet and own a modest little collection. You're up to 30 titles now, right?
I own over 5000 titles on DVD, Blu-ray and HD-DVD combined.
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I own over 5000 titles on DVD, Blu-ray and HD-DVD combined.
So how many Blu-rays do you own? You sound a lot like another poster here who refuses to admit.
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It's to the point where I can't wait for WB's announcements just to hear the outcry. It's hilarious.
What I don't get is how people always cry "discrimination" and that they are being "treated unfairly", as if bonus features on a DVD are some kind of civil right....yeah, the studios are being racist towards DVD owners now by making them sit at the back of the bus and not including the thoughts of such a great director as McG on their disc, sheesh....
DVD is the PS2 of movies....it has the much, much larger install base, just as the game system does, and lots of multi-platform games are still released on it...however, BD is now here, and much like the PS3 system that plays it, while the install base is much smaller, it now gets greater attention by developers and the better, more feature packed editions....
I know movies are not games, and gamers have been trained to expect a new system every five years or so as technology advances while there have been far fewer advances in home video, but the analogy is still there...some people just cannot accept that the product/format life-cycle for DVD has already peaked, and while it was perhaps the most successful, fastest adopted consumer product of all time, it also represented the last gasp for standard definition....if anything, DVD actually was the "stop-gap" format to max out SD before HD could be introduced...
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Re: Terminator Salvation Dec 1st

Only thing that sucks about this release is that both cuts were not included on one disc via branching. Anyone have a sneaking suspicion that this might be on two BD-25s?
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Just stings over there. Ouch
I'll admit, I was trolling a bit.
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Originally Posted by tonymontana313 View Post
Only thing that sucks about this release is that both cuts were not included on one disc via branching. Anyone have a sneaking suspicion that this might be on two BD-25s?
It's getting silly Warner won't do seamless branching....but IIRC the reason why the remake of F13 was not like that was because it had two different audio mixes.
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Mediocre film imo but I'll still pick it up on BD. I like the BD cover better anyway. Wish that director's cut was longer though.
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