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Charlies Angels Superbit (R1)

Discussion in 'Movie Forum' started by chris6364, Jul 18, 2003.

  1. chris6364

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    For those with the original or not yet on the Angels bandwagon, MovieTyme have this 2 disc Superbit special edition (including a look at the new Full Throttle film) for just £12.99!!!:clap:

    Me thinks thats quite a good price, and the DTS soundtrack is very impressive.

    On a bit of a different subject, i have heard a rumour doing the rounds the CA2: Full Throttle is going to be released stateside as both the orginal columbia release (widescreen & 5.1 DD sound) and for bigger fans of the movie, a 2 disc superbit edition, to be launched at the same time in mid-november. it'd be nice if they do!!!:eek:
     
  2. Mr 928

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    Dear god :mad: Why do Columbia insist doing such a great job to such an arse movie? :confused:
     
  3. StooMonster

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    This is great news.

    Always wondered about replacing my R1 Charlies Angels with the R1 Superbit edition. Bought the regular R1 in San Franciso, the day it came out. :D

    :smashin:

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  4. Marcus Wood

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    Is it best to get the R1 or R2 superbit of Charlie's Angels?
     
  5. Phil Hinton

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    THe R2 has no extras but the R1 is a superbit deluxe which has a second disc full of extras.

    See my review HERE
     
  6. Marcus Wood

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    The review doesn't say whether the R1 or R2 supebit has the better picture quality though.
     
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    Well thats because it is a review of the R1 only
     

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