X-Men Trilogy Pack (DVD)
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Each of the three movies comes in it's own individual bluray case and each movie consists of three discs. One for the movie, one for all the extensive extras and one as a digital copy. (Nine discs in all.) Which are then housed in a standard glossy cardboard outer case. It makes for a very impressive collection.
All three movies are in a widescreen format; 2.35:1 for X-Men and 2.40:1 for United and Last Stand and all are on 50 GB dual layer discs for maximum visual clarity. All three look superb!
In audio, X-Men and X-Men United have a full English DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 track and X-Men The Last Stand ups this to a full DTS-HD 6.1 track! In addition all three movies have full Dolby Digital 5.1 tracks in English, French, Spanish and Portuguese. Nobody gets short-changed on the audio. Plus there are even subtitle tracks for Korean, Cantonese and Mandarin as well. I didn't bother listening to the other tracks but the English DTS-HD tracks are very impressive. X-Men has never sounded so good.
Each movie comes with it's own separate extras discs which contain numerous documentaries on everything from the history of the X-Men to theatrical trailers. There are too many for me to list. But it's very extensive.
As for the digital copy discs, they are now expired.Read more ›
Les langues suivantes sont valables pour les 3 films:
Langue originale: Anglais, Français, Espagnol et Portugais
Sous-titres: Anglais, Espagnol, Portugais, Cantonnais, Mandarin et Coréen.
Patrick Stewart is Prof.Xavier who runs a school for mutants.He has the power of super mind control and through his Cerebro chamber he can reach both humans and mutants at will,anywhere in e world.His counterpart and the running villan through all of these films is Magneto played by Ian McKellan.While Xavier prefers the non-violent solution to living with humans,Magneto prefers the path of direct confrontation and overthrow,leading to world domination(what villain doesn't?).
Each movie has its' strengths and weaknesses of course but I think the series goes from strongest to weakest in the order they were made.The first two were directed by Brian Singer and the first movie is a slam-bam winner all the way.The introduction of characters and side plots never interfere with the telling of the story.X2 slows down slightly as we get intro'd to some new characters and lose one in the end.Overall it's not as satisfying as the first but still good.The last was helmed by Brett Ratner.While some blame must go to the director for its' comparative lacklustre execution,Last Stand is just too ambitious,i.e it tried to do too much.There seems to be more plots,sub-plots,back stories and character introductions than the previous two put together.This slows the pace down as all strings endeavour to be tied and every "T" dotted,while the action has to stop or slow down to do so.
What doesn't vary throughout all these movies however are the special effects.There is no shortage of action in any of these films and the special effects are,overall,quite seemless and very effective and engaging.Read more ›
* X-Men (2000)
* X2: X-Men United (2003)
* X-Men 3: The Last Stand (2006)
(Don't mind my stars, I just wanted to get the contents listing up on Amazon's page)
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I love box sets so was super happy when I saw this one sale! I love the x-men and the original trilogy still holds up and looks great on blu-ray!Published 1 month ago by Drake Nichols