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Old 03-07-2008, 10:40 AM
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Haven't seen a review of Ice Age out yet, I want to get this movie today but I'm not going to until I hear some reviews at the price they're charging for a catalogue title. I'm hearing rumblings about it's only on a 25GB disc but is it really needed to have more then that? Just wondering if anyone here picked it up yet and if so how is the picture quality and audio quality?
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Old 03-07-2008, 10:50 AM
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looks and sounds very good..same features as on dvd version....guess that's why it's only a 25gb disc..it is very bare bones...sound is dts hd..very nice..animation not as good as the 2nd movie..but still top notch...so rent it don't buy it.....I'm sure there will be an Se somewhere down the road on a 50gb disc..but for what it costs..I'd pass on buying it for now..
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Here is one...

http://www.hometheaterspot.com/fusio...hp?tid/140760/

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Haven't seen a review of Ice Age out yet, I want to get this movie today but I'm not going to until I hear some reviews at the price they're charging for a catalogue title. I'm hearing rumblings about it's only on a 25GB disc but is it really needed to have more then that? Just wondering if anyone here picked it up yet and if so how is the picture quality and audio quality?
Unfortunately, we received the screener from Fox later than usual. Rest assured, a review is on the way ASAP.
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I heard its not that great? Due to the source rather than the transfer....

Anyways, I'd still pick it up. Animation=Must have more me!

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Old 03-07-2008, 10:43 PM
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Unfortunately, we received the screener from Fox later than usual. Rest assured, a review is on the way ASAP.
Thanks, I'm curious to know what it gets for ratings. Bought it today anyways as a blind buy so I can only hope that the quality is as exceptional as I'm thinking it will be. This will be my first animated Blu-Ray which I hear is a genre that looks spectacular in high definition, anyone back that up? Bring on Finding Nemo, I need something my g/f will like she doesn't seem too fond of Shoot Em Up or The Rock for some reason
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Old 03-07-2008, 11:14 PM
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not a rush buy for me i'll add this to the list of bogo when ever they happen again...
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Thanks, I'm curious to know what it gets for ratings. Bought it today anyways as a blind buy so I can only hope that the quality is as exceptional as I'm thinking it will be. This will be my first animated Blu-Ray which I hear is a genre that looks spectacular in high definition, anyone back that up? Bring on Finding Nemo, I need something my g/f will like she doesn't seem too fond of Shoot Em Up or The Rock for some reason
If you want a animation that's guaranteed to please you PQ-wise, Get Ratatouille or Cars. Those are absolute must-haves.
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Thanks, I'm curious to know what it gets for ratings. Bought it today anyways as a blind buy so I can only hope that the quality is as exceptional as I'm thinking it will be. This will be my first animated Blu-Ray which I hear is a genre that looks spectacular in high definition, anyone back that up? Bring on Finding Nemo, I need something my g/f will like she doesn't seem too fond of Shoot Em Up or The Rock for some reason

I love how guys try and blame their kids or girlfriends when buying cartoons!

Light a candle and admit to being a Cartoonholic..........

I did!
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This Warner delay thing is starting to show. I dont understand the priorities. They review stuff thats the same encoding that they reviewed 3 weeks earlier instead of reviewing HD DVD exclusives like Into The Wild or Things we Lost in the Fire. I dont understand it.
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