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Back to Future been out in Belgium for 3 months

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  1. z5461313

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    Hi

    Just seen the Back to the Future release date in England is 2nd December

    It has been out in Belgium for the last 3 months. Plus they have had to add a French language option. I don't understand why it has taken so long to come to England
     
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    and also been out in Australia since August :)
     
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    Well, all I can say is im glad that I bought the Australian copy. That was released in August and the UK version was supposed to be released in Sep, they then delayed the UV version so it would have everything the US version had. Now they say all it has extra to the original version that was supposed to be released in the UK is DTS. Well, I have been very happy with the version I bought from CD WOW fir £16, wont be spending an extra tenner on a DTS sound track!

    Multi Region DVD player is one of the best electrical products I have ever bought.
     
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    ...Mine was £17.99 from CD-wow.
     
  5. Bozza

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    Sorry, mine probably was too, it was just ages ago lol :)
     
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    i have the australian version, and it has dts sound. the european version will not have dts, but will have more extra`s included on the discs. it will also be alot more expensive than the aussie version. bought mine on cdwow for 28 euro.
    if i had the choice i would take dts over a few extra`s.
     
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    Thats true about the extras

    I would prefer the best picture quality ( and then DTS sound ) as I have a projector and you need everything you can get for this

    I never watch the extras. Things like directors commentary I would never watch a film with the director constantly making comments in the background. Also watching things like the making of I think spoils the memory you have of the film. And actors profiles are just a waste of time
     
  8. Bozza

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    You should look at the extras on BTTF , they are very good, the commentary is actually very interesting, for example, MJ Fox was not actually the 1st person they used for filing his part, look at them, u will learn a lot! :)
     
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    i agree to a point about the extra`s. i think they are just iceing on the cake and not that important although alot of people seem to deem them as important as the film.
    i might watch the making of etc. on a disk but never really bother with director`s commentary etc. after all i but the film for one reason-the film
     
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    Oh i agree, the film is the most important part, but another example would be the commentary on American Pie, its actually funnier than the film! :D
     
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    my australian copy has DTS on all three films! :rolleyes:
     
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    Mmm, I guess i better have a nother look on mine then. I just stuck it in and played it.
     

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