Watched Blu-Ray version on a 37 inch 1080p Sharp Aquos using a Slim PlayStation 3.
Purchased at $18.99.
-1 Blu-Ray disc containing Disneyland Resorts: Behind the Scenes (51 min), Undiscovered Disney Parks (44 min), and Ultimate Walt Disney World (44 min) of both locations, and Extras
-1 DVD with the same content as the Blu-Ray, and a Digital Copy. The Digital Copy included includes 3 .mp4 files (Disneyland Resorts: Behind the Scenes, Undiscovered Disney Parks, and Ultimate Walt Disney World) that you simply copy off the DVD yourself. There is no code to redeem through iTunes or Windows Media Player, but I did import them into the iTunes library.
-Blu-Ray case is inside a cardboard slipcase. This version may not be as extensive as the 6-Disc DVD set which I have never seen
Picture and sound quality was just fine for something like this.
I'm reviewing this mostly from a content point of view.
I have personally been to Disney World (FL) at least 8+ times. To some that may be a significant amount, others not so much. After watching this Blu-Ray, I can honestly say that I have missed out on at least 80% of what Disney World alone has to offer. The Disney World part is not as intricate as the Disney Land one; but if you've been to Disney World, you can easily compare everything between both parks. It takes you through the major attractions, whether it be the Main Street Parade, or the amazing thrill rides that each park offers. Interviews with Imagineers, creators, and directors of these attractions are intertwined throughout.
- Disneyland Resorts: Behind the Scenes covers Disney Land and California Adventure's, and all their individual sections with tons of background information.
- Undiscovered Disney Parks covers the things that visitors may not know exist as attractions at all the parks
- Ultimate Walt Disney World covers all the major rides (noted as thrill and dark) and attractions within the 4 main parks (+ 1 water park) at Walt Disney World
- The Extras are entitled
Walt Disney's Apartment
King Arthur Carrousel
Disney's Resort Hotel
Tips for Travelers
The Disney Dream
Disney Dream AquaDeck
The Haunted MAnsion
Absolutely informative and extensive, you would want to view this once or twice whether you're planning a trip, or have been there before. Having never been to Disney Land, I will now make it a point to go some time in my life. Thanks to a single viewing, nostalgia has set in and I plan to return to all the magic very soon.
It reminds me of the specials you would find on the Travel Channel (assuming it hasn't already been played on there). I highly recommend this if you have even the slightest excitement for Disney Theme Parks.