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Aug. 29, 2013by: Alex Maidy

Fans who purchase the STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS Blu-ray are going to be making "Khaaaaaan!" faces of their own at the Paramount marketing geniuses who pulled this one. We all have been told of the push by studios away from physical home releases of movies on DVD and Blu-ray in favor of digital downloads. Whether those be online via iTunes or in a format like Ultraviolet, fans have not taken to this model as quickly as anticipated. I, personally, love holding a hard copy of the movie in my hands. Unwrapping a new movie is always like getting a present. Digital just doesn't lend itself to feeling like you truly own something.

In what amounts to not much more than a "f*ck you" to fans of hard copy films, Paramount has limited the special features on the STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS Blu-ray. Sort of. Check out the explanation from The Digital Bits:

It turns out more extras were created for this title. But Paramounts marketing wizards took those additional extras, split them up and made them all available as retailer exclusives. So for example, the iTunes Extra download does have audio commentary with J.J. Abrams and his team. There are additional featurettes that have been split up as CinemaNow and VUDU digital extras. Still more are only available on exclusive bonus discs at Target and Best Buy. So in the end, fully half of the bonus content created for this title got scattered by the marketing team as a retailer promotions.

I recently purchased EPIC for my kids at Target and chose the version that was designed like a storybook. Sure it was a couple of bucks more, but specials like that or steelbook releases always make it a little nicer. But, I also check to see if there are additional features on these that aren't on the standard release. It never occurred to me that there would be less.

It already sucks to get a movie from Netflix or Redbox with none of the special features included, but now to not be able to buy one version of a Blu-ray to see everything is downright ridiculous. It wasn't even two decades ago that we were all primarily watching VHS tapes and didn't even know what a special feature was unless it was a deluxe edition with a featurette after the credits on the tape. We have gotten used to these features as a standard and most of us scoff when a movie hits stores with nothing more than menus and trailers.

I wouldn't be surprised if Paramount is planning to release a deluxe Blu-ray close to Christmas with everything in a 2-disc package. It stinks, especially for those who shelled out their money to buy the current release of STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS.

Let the backlash begin!

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8:54PM on 08/30/2013

the blu ray is only $16.99

that alone should tell you LOTS......
that alone should tell you LOTS......
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8:18PM on 08/30/2013
If you really want to screw them over just wait a few days after the features are released in all their various forms then download them for free on a torrent site. Of course Manny the set painter will be out of a job, but I am sure you can live with that.
If you really want to screw them over just wait a few days after the features are released in all their various forms then download them for free on a torrent site. Of course Manny the set painter will be out of a job, but I am sure you can live with that.
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2:40PM on 08/30/2013
I like owning the physical disc also. I hope this doesn't turn into a digital only medium, say ten yrs from now. I got the Sons of Anarchy s5 blu ray, and it has lots of goodies including director cuts of some of the episodes. That's something you won't get from Netflix or Amazon on demand.
I like owning the physical disc also. I hope this doesn't turn into a digital only medium, say ten yrs from now. I got the Sons of Anarchy s5 blu ray, and it has lots of goodies including director cuts of some of the episodes. That's something you won't get from Netflix or Amazon on demand.
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9:00AM on 08/30/2013

j.j. must be happy... NOT

I remember, during the promotion of STID, J.J. was so excited about the bonus features he was working on for the DVD/BR release... Including deleted scenes and audio com.
FU Paramount... I'll go for piracy, if you go to fuckyoucracy, thank you very much for the savings !
I remember, during the promotion of STID, J.J. was so excited about the bonus features he was working on for the DVD/BR release... Including deleted scenes and audio com.
FU Paramount... I'll go for piracy, if you go to fuckyoucracy, thank you very much for the savings !
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8:09AM on 08/30/2013

Fuck you Paramount..... Fuck you.

I hate digital download.... I love my Blu-ray movies....... All 700 of them but if you and the rest of these douchebag companies go down this road then you force me to go down another...... Illegal downloads..... And I hate piracy but I'd do this just to help fuck you in your wallet.... Have I said fuck too many times..... Yes but this is how pissed off I am.......one more.... Fuck.
I hate digital download.... I love my Blu-ray movies....... All 700 of them but if you and the rest of these douchebag companies go down this road then you force me to go down another...... Illegal downloads..... And I hate piracy but I'd do this just to help fuck you in your wallet.... Have I said fuck too many times..... Yes but this is how pissed off I am.......one more.... Fuck.
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7:33PM on 08/29/2013

Here's the Deal...

Screw Paramount...let's rent it at the Redbox when it comes out there. To Hell with 'em.

Hit 'em where it hurts...in the wallet.
Screw Paramount...let's rent it at the Redbox when it comes out there. To Hell with 'em.

Hit 'em where it hurts...in the wallet.
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4:16AM on 08/30/2013
Yeah that will really show e'm. It already made $458 million worldwide, they could give 2 sh*ts if you rent it, buy it, or you explode tomorrow. They already made their money and will make a lot more.
Yeah that will really show e'm. It already made $458 million worldwide, they could give 2 sh*ts if you rent it, buy it, or you explode tomorrow. They already made their money and will make a lot more.
4:16AM on 08/30/2013
Yeah that will really show e'm. It already made $458 million worldwide, they could give 2 sh*ts if you rent it, buy it, or you explode tomorrow. They already made their money and will make a lot more.
Yeah that will really show e'm. It already made $458 million worldwide, they could give 2 sh*ts if you rent it, buy it, or you explode tomorrow. They already made their money and will make a lot more.
4:16AM on 08/30/2013
Yeah that will really show e'm. It already made $458 million worldwide, they could give 2 sh*ts if you rent it, buy it, or you explode tomorrow. They already made their money and will make a lot more.
Yeah that will really show e'm. It already made $458 million worldwide, they could give 2 sh*ts if you rent it, buy it, or you explode tomorrow. They already made their money and will make a lot more.
9:02AM on 08/30/2013
If you rent it, they still get money...
Don't pay for nothing... Pay nothing instead !
If you rent it, they still get money...
Don't pay for nothing... Pay nothing instead !
11:10PM on 08/30/2013
OK, then let's let 'em add another couple more $100 million in video sales/rental. But Hey, I'm game. What's your solution?

Well...
OK, then let's let 'em add another couple more $100 million in video sales/rental. But Hey, I'm game. What's your solution?

Well...
12:22PM on 08/31/2013
I got you on that Cath...however the question was whether to "buy" it or not. I suggested you pay $1.29 by renting instead of buying.

I'm still waiting to hear Thundermonkeys solution.
I got you on that Cath...however the question was whether to "buy" it or not. I suggested you pay $1.29 by renting instead of buying.

I'm still waiting to hear Thundermonkeys solution.
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4:22PM on 08/29/2013

WTF?

Does Paramount think ppl are going to pay for 3-4 copies of the same movie just to get all the special features? What a bunch of fucking idiots.
Does Paramount think ppl are going to pay for 3-4 copies of the same movie just to get all the special features? What a bunch of fucking idiots.
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9:03AM on 08/30/2013
It works with Star Wars, just fine !
It works with Star Wars, just fine !
2:59PM on 08/30/2013
lol Nice Cathel
lol Nice Cathel
4:12PM on 08/29/2013
I'm ok with doing a "special" release down the road, as long as you let fans know it's coming (like Lord of the Rings and Avatar). But make sure you actually deliver on that promise (looking at you, Kill Bill the Whole Bloody Affair). I'm sure STID will have another relase in the future, but will it be 6 months or 2 years? I'm fine with retail exclusives when it's just about the packaging, but the content of the disc/bonus features should be the same.
I'm ok with doing a "special" release down the road, as long as you let fans know it's coming (like Lord of the Rings and Avatar). But make sure you actually deliver on that promise (looking at you, Kill Bill the Whole Bloody Affair). I'm sure STID will have another relase in the future, but will it be 6 months or 2 years? I'm fine with retail exclusives when it's just about the packaging, but the content of the disc/bonus features should be the same.
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3:24PM on 08/29/2013
And Im one of those that pre-ordered it immediately...FUCK YOU PARAMOUNT!
And Im one of those that pre-ordered it immediately...FUCK YOU PARAMOUNT!
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3:23PM on 08/29/2013
Dick move. Greedy fucks
Dick move. Greedy fucks
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2:54PM on 08/29/2013
This is such a stupid move! Don't they need the big sales at the after market? Very dissappointing, this was my favorite film of the year and I was looking forward to owning it.
This is such a stupid move! Don't they need the big sales at the after market? Very dissappointing, this was my favorite film of the year and I was looking forward to owning it.
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1:25PM on 08/29/2013

Not liking this trend

I just picked up Pain & Gain on bluray and there were NO extras on that disc. I know it's not as big of a release as Star Trek but give us something. A commentary and a trailer at least. Can't believe Michael Bay didn't do a commentary for this movie.
I just picked up Pain & Gain on bluray and there were NO extras on that disc. I know it's not as big of a release as Star Trek but give us something. A commentary and a trailer at least. Can't believe Michael Bay didn't do a commentary for this movie.
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11:32PM on 09/01/2013
You're expecting a commentary from Michal Bay?!? Really?... ROFL... Let's guess how it will go like, "Ok, so the coming explosion is my most favorite of all" or "Watch how we're gonna blow shit up in the next scene"
You're expecting a commentary from Michal Bay?!? Really?... ROFL... Let's guess how it will go like, "Ok, so the coming explosion is my most favorite of all" or "Watch how we're gonna blow shit up in the next scene"
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1:14PM on 08/29/2013

Meh

I usually only watch special features for movies that mean something to me or have actors I really like. Still this is a rather asinine move by Paramount and I would not be surprised to see this type of offerings only fuel the piracy problem they try to combat.
I usually only watch special features for movies that mean something to me or have actors I really like. Still this is a rather asinine move by Paramount and I would not be surprised to see this type of offerings only fuel the piracy problem they try to combat.
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1:14PM on 08/29/2013
music industry does this with music cds, extra tracks from bestbuy itunes and amazon...have to buy all to get everything
music industry does this with music cds, extra tracks from bestbuy itunes and amazon...have to buy all to get everything
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1:14PM on 08/29/2013
I ordered the Special Edition from Walmart. Steelbook w/ a little ship. I'm happy.
I ordered the Special Edition from Walmart. Steelbook w/ a little ship. I'm happy.
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1:11PM on 08/29/2013
Do you know who I blame for this sad state of affairs? Khaaaaaaaaaaaaaan!!!
Do you know who I blame for this sad state of affairs? Khaaaaaaaaaaaaaan!!!
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12:40PM on 08/29/2013
If you want people to buy something, release the very best product possible. Simple as that. It's not business, it's common sense.
If you want people to buy something, release the very best product possible. Simple as that. It's not business, it's common sense.
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1:04PM on 08/29/2013
if you have customers that are going to buy one of the versions regardless, it doesn't matter how good the product is. that isn't business, it is just common sense.

if you have customers who you know will buy one regardless, and buy multiples to satiate their collector completist obsession, you create multiple products that leads them to buy multiple products. that is not common sense, it's business.
if you have customers that are going to buy one of the versions regardless, it doesn't matter how good the product is. that isn't business, it is just common sense.

if you have customers who you know will buy one regardless, and buy multiples to satiate their collector completist obsession, you create multiple products that leads them to buy multiple products. that is not common sense, it's business.
12:19PM on 08/29/2013
They've done this shit for so long with video games, I'm surprised (and maybe slightly happy) that is took this long for studios to start adopting a similar model. I love my physical movie collection. Period. Digital is fine, and some exclusivity is fine (with restraint), but not at the expense of alienating a major subset of their fanbase.
They've done this shit for so long with video games, I'm surprised (and maybe slightly happy) that is took this long for studios to start adopting a similar model. I love my physical movie collection. Period. Digital is fine, and some exclusivity is fine (with restraint), but not at the expense of alienating a major subset of their fanbase.
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12:12PM on 08/29/2013

This is Some Bullsh*t!

I just pre-ordered this title in 3D for what I thought was a great price. Now, I know why it's a great price for a brand new 3D Blu-Ray; it's only the fu*king movie! I should have known something was up when the film was released exclusively on digital recently. I don't care if it's "cheaper" to make films available via digital. I want a physical copy that can't be lost if these digital sites fold. And that is what will happen; the studios will find some other way to get films out there and all
I just pre-ordered this title in 3D for what I thought was a great price. Now, I know why it's a great price for a brand new 3D Blu-Ray; it's only the fu*king movie! I should have known something was up when the film was released exclusively on digital recently. I don't care if it's "cheaper" to make films available via digital. I want a physical copy that can't be lost if these digital sites fold. And that is what will happen; the studios will find some other way to get films out there and all those digital copies of films paid for will vanish in the cloud. In any case, how can I contact Paramount to tell them to go fu*k themselves?
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11:57AM on 08/29/2013

I own an embarrassing number of DVDs.

And I used to geek out over them. The special features were a big part of my enjoyment and fascination. If this had happened a few years ago I'd probably be joining you all in red nerd rage. But I pretty much stopped buying DVDs because I noticed the studios were beginning to not give a shit a few years back: the cases were being made cheaper, the features were often bare-bones so that they could re-release titles mere months later as "special" editions, they even stopped putting the cool
And I used to geek out over them. The special features were a big part of my enjoyment and fascination. If this had happened a few years ago I'd probably be joining you all in red nerd rage. But I pretty much stopped buying DVDs because I noticed the studios were beginning to not give a shit a few years back: the cases were being made cheaper, the features were often bare-bones so that they could re-release titles mere months later as "special" editions, they even stopped putting the cool pamphlet inserts inside the DVD sleeves. All this, plus the prices seemed to just keep going up. As much as I loved holding physical copies in my hands and geeking out over the features, I sort of let it go, I realized everything was moving digital and started paying to download movies if I really liked them, and the only DVDs I've physically purchased in the past few years have been by companies that specifically design DVDs for hobbyists -- like Criterion, for example, whose releases feel authentic and worthy of the bloated price tags.

So, in short, this doesn't really bother me, because I've been seeing this kind of shit for the past four or five years at least, and I knew it was only going to continue getting worse as studios struggled to figure out a way to adapt to digital changes.
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12:36PM on 08/29/2013
Collecting DVDs (something I used to do a lot of) has diminishing returns. Eventually, you build a collection that is so vast that you can't watch all of, and keep up on new movies. I used to thin out my collection form time to time to make space, and then add more if it was a movie I really liked. But even these movies are becoming more and more accessible. At this point, I'm buying one to three discs a year. Between netflix and other on demand services - it just becomes a waste, and spending
Collecting DVDs (something I used to do a lot of) has diminishing returns. Eventually, you build a collection that is so vast that you can't watch all of, and keep up on new movies. I used to thin out my collection form time to time to make space, and then add more if it was a movie I really liked. But even these movies are becoming more and more accessible. At this point, I'm buying one to three discs a year. Between netflix and other on demand services - it just becomes a waste, and spending money just to say "I like this so much, I own it."
7:43AM on 08/30/2013
I thought I was losing my mind. Nice to see someone else notice this, particularly about the cheap ass cases. I go to buy Evil Dead (2013) and it's in the cheapest case ever. I'm like WTF is this flimsy crap?! I almost didn't buy it. On top of that these dvd's now days have hardly any features if any. Like smooveluv said, I don't buy as often as I used to. One reason is the lack of special features, the other is there aren't too many movies I enjoy watching more than once.
I thought I was losing my mind. Nice to see someone else notice this, particularly about the cheap ass cases. I go to buy Evil Dead (2013) and it's in the cheapest case ever. I'm like WTF is this flimsy crap?! I almost didn't buy it. On top of that these dvd's now days have hardly any features if any. Like smooveluv said, I don't buy as often as I used to. One reason is the lack of special features, the other is there aren't too many movies I enjoy watching more than once.
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11:52AM on 08/29/2013

I hate the whole streaming thing

It just doesnt make sense yet bc the technology just isnt there, things have to load, I have to search, if there was a part I missed or just want to watch that part again I have to buffer after the rewind, I cant watch on my kids TV bc its not internet enabled...blah blah blah. I want physical media and if we all pay the same price regardless of where from or in what form, the versions should for the most part be the same. NO FING commentary are you kidding me?
It just doesnt make sense yet bc the technology just isnt there, things have to load, I have to search, if there was a part I missed or just want to watch that part again I have to buffer after the rewind, I cant watch on my kids TV bc its not internet enabled...blah blah blah. I want physical media and if we all pay the same price regardless of where from or in what form, the versions should for the most part be the same. NO FING commentary are you kidding me?
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11:50AM on 08/29/2013
The studios are so gaga for Ultraviolet its ridiculous and it seems like this is to help usher people away from physical media. From a dollars and cents standpoint I can see why: less manufacturing costs for them, and they can still charge the same amount to buy the digital copy. But as a collector, I will always want a physical copy for my shelf. Half the fun is displaying my collection. My friends and family always love browsing the stacks (what I call my shelves) and picking stuff out to
The studios are so gaga for Ultraviolet its ridiculous and it seems like this is to help usher people away from physical media. From a dollars and cents standpoint I can see why: less manufacturing costs for them, and they can still charge the same amount to buy the digital copy. But as a collector, I will always want a physical copy for my shelf. Half the fun is displaying my collection. My friends and family always love browsing the stacks (what I call my shelves) and picking stuff out to borrow.
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12:16PM on 08/29/2013
What's worse is the actual cost of the production of the physical media isn't that high, considering the amount of money that's already gone into marketing the film, and what they stand to make on returns for the sale of that physical media. This is probably just another way to tighten up piracy controls, or at the very least, rake in some extra cash off of exclusivity deals.
What's worse is the actual cost of the production of the physical media isn't that high, considering the amount of money that's already gone into marketing the film, and what they stand to make on returns for the sale of that physical media. This is probably just another way to tighten up piracy controls, or at the very least, rake in some extra cash off of exclusivity deals.
11:41AM on 08/29/2013
EFF. U., Paramount Marketing Team. You did that once with Transformers: Dark of the Moon's 1st bare-bone Blu Ray release with no bonus materials and you have us wait for a long time until you release the 3D version with full bonus materials.
EFF. U., Paramount Marketing Team. You did that once with Transformers: Dark of the Moon's 1st bare-bone Blu Ray release with no bonus materials and you have us wait for a long time until you release the 3D version with full bonus materials.
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11:36AM on 08/29/2013
I won't be buying this on blu-ray. No reason. I'll just rent it for a buck from Redbox. If Paramount wants to go down this route, they should see a loss in profits for it.
I won't be buying this on blu-ray. No reason. I'll just rent it for a buck from Redbox. If Paramount wants to go down this route, they should see a loss in profits for it.
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10:52AM on 08/29/2013
Why do they always pull this shit? Why can't all stores just carry the same movie with the same bonus features and the same store exclusives. I do get kind of sick of them pulling this crap by releasing multiple versions of each movie. Oh and by the way I don't use digital downloads and probably never will, I hate 'em. Ultraviolet can suck it!
Why do they always pull this shit? Why can't all stores just carry the same movie with the same bonus features and the same store exclusives. I do get kind of sick of them pulling this crap by releasing multiple versions of each movie. Oh and by the way I don't use digital downloads and probably never will, I hate 'em. Ultraviolet can suck it!
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10:52AM on 08/29/2013

This is hardly the first time...

This is hardly the first time this has happened, with extras being split up and brought out amongst various retailers. It's quite a popular practice nowadays. It pisses me off immensely, but it is quite standard now unfortunately :(
This is hardly the first time this has happened, with extras being split up and brought out amongst various retailers. It's quite a popular practice nowadays. It pisses me off immensely, but it is quite standard now unfortunately :(
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10:42AM on 08/29/2013
I'm sure the bulk of the extras are being saved for the Director's Cut, Ultimate Edition and Super Extra Deluxe Definitive Edition (now with 20 seconds of additional footage!) versions
I'm sure the bulk of the extras are being saved for the Director's Cut, Ultimate Edition and Super Extra Deluxe Definitive Edition (now with 20 seconds of additional footage!) versions
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10:40AM on 08/29/2013

I was just thinking about this recently...

It's almost like vinyl vs. ITunes. Remember liner notes, lyrics, band photos, album art, and all the other extras that would elevate a record (or even some CD's) from just a song pack to something that was about the music, and the band that was special? A taste of the inside life of the musicians and their craft? I miss that.
But, cheaper, faster distribution is the norm. And, it seems that is fast becoming the way of video media, too.
I usually buy blurays with Ultraviolet codes in the
It's almost like vinyl vs. ITunes. Remember liner notes, lyrics, band photos, album art, and all the other extras that would elevate a record (or even some CD's) from just a song pack to something that was about the music, and the band that was special? A taste of the inside life of the musicians and their craft? I miss that.
But, cheaper, faster distribution is the norm. And, it seems that is fast becoming the way of video media, too.
I usually buy blurays with Ultraviolet codes in the cover so I can watch them when I'm working out of state, but I also know that I'm not getting the full experience. Often, I'll be watching a streaming movie, and realize that the scene I was looking for was in the "deleted scenes" or a comment in the "director's commentary."

Nope, not hip to this news at all...
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10:33AM on 08/29/2013

Commentaries

I only really buy blu rays/dvd's for the commentaries, it's the only reason to own the phsical copy these days IMO
I only really buy blu rays/dvd's for the commentaries, it's the only reason to own the phsical copy these days IMO
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11:55AM on 08/29/2013
yeah forget about quality or any of that. No stream looks as good as a Blu-Ray, heck not even movies shown on HD cable look as good as the Blu-Ray and thats bc they compress those things so that you can stream them, there isnt enough bandwidth to stream a true HD picture with true HD sound, so if you prefer an inferior product for the same price then streaming is for you!!
yeah forget about quality or any of that. No stream looks as good as a Blu-Ray, heck not even movies shown on HD cable look as good as the Blu-Ray and thats bc they compress those things so that you can stream them, there isnt enough bandwidth to stream a true HD picture with true HD sound, so if you prefer an inferior product for the same price then streaming is for you!!
10:06AM on 08/29/2013
People wanting physical copies are a massive deterrent to piracy, fucking those people over isn't going to help anyone..

And digital copies are never truly going to take off until there is one unified service. I look at the dvds/blu rays on my shelf and I know I can play them anywhere, anytime. I don't have to remember which retailer I bought it from and then find it to stream it or download again because I've run out of HD space
People wanting physical copies are a massive deterrent to piracy, fucking those people over isn't going to help anyone..

And digital copies are never truly going to take off until there is one unified service. I look at the dvds/blu rays on my shelf and I know I can play them anywhere, anytime. I don't have to remember which retailer I bought it from and then find it to stream it or download again because I've run out of HD space
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9:57AM on 08/29/2013
Pretty pathetic. I want the whole package.
Pretty pathetic. I want the whole package.
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9:49AM on 08/29/2013
I love extras. I usually enjoy them even more than the film itself. This is probably a double-dipping ploy.
I love extras. I usually enjoy them even more than the film itself. This is probably a double-dipping ploy.
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9:45AM on 08/29/2013

D:

I don't really check out the extras on stuff unless it has a true crime documentary or it was made under some weird circumstance. That being said for people who like extras, it sucks and they are taking advantage of people. I'll probably just get the Itunes version.
I don't really check out the extras on stuff unless it has a true crime documentary or it was made under some weird circumstance. That being said for people who like extras, it sucks and they are taking advantage of people. I'll probably just get the Itunes version.
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