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Old 04-03-2019, 01:27 PM
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Batman 4K (HDR10 + Dolby Atmos)
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Batman Returns 4K (HDR10 + Dolby Atmos)
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Batman Forever 4K (HDR10 + Dolby Atmos)
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Batman & Robin 4K (HDR10 + Dolby Atmos)
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The Batman Anthology 4K (September 17)
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I will certainly get this set. Bash Tim Burton all you want, but I liked his take on this franchise. Sure Nolan knocked it out of the park in a much different way, but that doesn't diminish Burton's take.
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Depending on the price I might get this. It's part of my childhood. I liked all the movies, even the Batman & Robin one.
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Old 04-04-2019, 11:16 AM
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I will certainly get this set. Bash Tim Burton all you want, but I liked his take on this franchise. Sure Nolan knocked it out of the park in a much different way, but that doesn't diminish Burton's take.
The 1989 Batman is still one of the best Batman movies. Even Batman Returns isn't that bad, although it is a bit bloated in the villain department.

I don't really consider the Schumacher movies part of this set, though, and really wish WB would go back to Tim Burton and hire him to complete his trilogy and bring back Michael Keaton one last time in Batman Strikes Again.
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Old 04-04-2019, 01:44 PM
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"Plus the included Blu-rays have also been digitally remastered." <---- THAT is great to hear. Looking forward to this set!


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I will certainly get this set. Bash Tim Burton all you want, but I liked his take on this franchise. Sure Nolan knocked it out of the park in a much different way, but that doesn't diminish Burton's take.
Batman Returns is still my favourite Batman film. Loved the story, the style; everything about it.
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I already have the Bluray box set of these, I love Burtons Batman and Keaton is still my favorite Batman but I dont feel a need to upgrade these at all, with The Matrix failing to impress me on the picture quality over regular HD I'm not too keen on buying up old movies redone unless they are really spectacular. Really nothing then will hold a candle to stuff like Aquaman in 4K which is amazingly gorgeous to look at. But We will see, I'm certainly not paying an arm and a leg for Batman Forever and Batman and Robin (even though I enjoy them in a guilty pleasure way)
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Heads up, everyone, our BATMAN (1989) and BATMAN RETURNS 4K reviews are now live!


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https://ultrahd.highdefdigest.com/71...returns4k.html
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I want to get these but I don't know if it's better to wait until September to pick up the anthology or buy separately now. It seems likely the anthology might be less expensive, but if there's no difference, I hate to wait.
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You know, I was all about not getting these, but even the screenshots I can tell a difference in what I remember seeing at home, I might try and grab the first two and wait a bit on the last two
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