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Bourne Trilogy (BD)

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17th January 2009 16:09  #1

Mark Lim Member Join Date: March 2004 Location: Australia Posts: 1,211
Bourne Trilogy (BD)
Hi guys, just thought I'd pass on the info for those who are going to buy this, on how to get this box open. At first, you would think it is a very simple job right? Wrong. It took me a few minutes to work out how to get it open. So here you go....


The Bourne Trilogy Blu Ray Disc Box Set


To open, flip open the Jason Bourne cardboard cut out


Then open the box. Enjoy!!

17th January 2009 19:39  #2

Sam Spade Member Join Date: January 2007 Location: United States Posts: 2,030 Send a message via MSN to Sam Spade
Oooooo Bi Fold. Sometimes these DVD Box design people come up with the strangest ideas.

18th January 2009 12:02  #3

Nic Mall Member Join Date: November 2005 Location: United Kingdom Posts: 1,202 Send a message via MSN to Nic Mall
Your shirt...it's almost...hypnotic

18th January 2009 19:42  #4

Cheddar J. Cheese Member Join Date: October 2004 Location: Canada Posts: 1,492
Yes... It's like a lava lamp...

19th January 2009 11:05  #5

Nic Mall Member Join Date: November 2005 Location: United Kingdom Posts: 1,202 Send a message via MSN to Nic Mall
I bring you love...

It's bringing love! Kill it! Kill it!

19th January 2009 20:55  #6

Intergalactic Ponce Member Join Date: April 2005 Location: United Kingdom Posts: 1,149
I'll be interested to see these 3 on BD although I have a niggling suspicion that because of the shaky cam and fast cutting of Paul Greengrass on 2&3, we won't have much time to take in the extra definition that the format has over the DVD's.

Of course it will look better on BD, I'm not disputing that, but so far, the extra resolution of BD (for me) has yielded better results with a slower paced cutting style where the eye has time to look at the picture and take in the extra detail. Perhaps Doug Liman's 'Identity' will 'look' better given that it's not as frantic as 2 or 3. I really like what Greengrass did with 2&3 story wise but I prefer Liman's overall style as far as photographing the thing, particularly with the hand to hand combat. They went to great lengths to show us the skill and 'newness' involved in the fighting in Identity but it might as well have been 2 guys sissy slapping each other in Supremacy and Ultimatum as the camera was too close.

I've not expressed anything new here with regard to the shaky cam and despite my reservations, look forward to seeing all three films again in HD.

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