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Titanic Blu-ray
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Has anybody purchased it yet?  How does it rate for picture and sound quality?

 

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RE: Titanic Blu-ray

gel wrote:
Has anybody purchased it yet?

No.

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chebby wrote:

gel wrote:
Has anybody purchased it yet?

No.

 

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RE: Titanic Blu-ray

It's not the kind of film I would spend another 4+ hours on.

EDIT: Ok, the film wasn't exactly 4 hours long, but it did feel like one!  Smile

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chebby wrote:

gel wrote:
Has anybody purchased it yet?

No.

And why would anybody want to?

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I can think of one reason and one reason only. Still, may as well buy The Reader if that's what you're after. 

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I purchased the DVD but to be honest I have never watched all of it, but in saying that I am still tempted, I think if I buy the Cambridge Blu-ray player I would purchase the 3D copy.  It is a film I have watched a number of times, although not for a while.  The reviews like the picture and sound, rating both at five.

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I purchased the DVD but to be honest I have never watched all of it, but in saying that I am still tempted, I think if I buy the Cambridge Blu-ray player I would purchase the 3D copy. 

We have so little in common I'd be surprised if we were even the same species! I'd imagine we'd both be quite happy about that though...

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The_Lhc wrote:

gel wrote:
I purchased the DVD but to be honest I have never watched all of it, but in saying that I am still tempted, I think if I buy the Cambridge Blu-ray player I would purchase the 3D copy. 

We have so little in common I'd be surprised if we were even the same species! I'd imagine we'd both be quite happy about that though...

 

I do like you.   Smile

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gel wrote:

The_Lhc wrote:

gel wrote:
I purchased the DVD but to be honest I have never watched all of it, but in saying that I am still tempted, I think if I buy the Cambridge Blu-ray player I would purchase the 3D copy. 

We have so little in common I'd be surprised if we were even the same species! I'd imagine we'd both be quite happy about that though...

I do like you.   Smile 

And I you but seriously, the 3D version, why?

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gel wrote:
I have never watched all of it.

<SNIP>

It is a film I have watched a number of times, although not for a while

Nobody spoil it for him by giving away what happens at the end...

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Andrew Everard wrote:

gel wrote:
I have never watched all of it.

<SNIP>

It is a film I have watched a number of times, although not for a while

Nobody spoil it for him by giving away what happens at the end...

:shhh:    :grin:

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:help:

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:help:

:doh:

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sorry...couldnt resist...seeing as there is a smiley thing...pity there wasn't the one i wanted in the prometheous thread!

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RE: Titanic Blu-ray

Andrew Everard wrote:

gel wrote:
I have never watched all of it.

<SNIP>

It is a film I have watched a number of times, although not for a while

Nobody spoil it for him by giving away what happens at the end...

 

Laughing The DVD.  I have seen Titanic on normal TV.   Smile

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