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Infernal affairs ???

Discussion in 'Movie Forum' started by JSW, Jan 30, 2005.

  1. JSW

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    Anyone here got it? anygood?

    After reading this review I quite fancy it and while looking around come across the Infernal affairs Trilogy 8 Disk Limited edition box set which contains the 5 hour timeline edition, anyone got, seen this?
    Looks a great boxset but pricey at £67.99
     
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    Infernal affairs is a great movie, highly recommend it:)
     
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    Didnt know it was a Trilogy!!
     
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    I've got it (not trilogy though)

    Good movie :smashin:
     
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    its a fantastic film, highly recommended.

    Infernal Affairs 2 is a prequel to infernal affairs. infernal affiars 3 is a sequel to infrnal affairs.

    the timeline edition is all three films presented in the right timeline.


    Gary
     
  6. JSW

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    Infernal affairs is being remade by Martin Scorcse, with Matt Damon and Leo Di Caprio.

    Get in now before the yanks screw it up.




    Gary
     
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    The first one is the best though (IMHO of course) but for 'completeness' I would get the entire triology.

    Note there are several R3 releases out here, the latest one feature a DTS soundtrack (but none in English) and more extras. Actually this might only apply for the first two movies and I am not certain they were released by the same label ...
     
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    Found a Tin edition of the Tilogy but obviously this dosnt have the timeline 5 hr version a lot cheaper than the 8 disc Timline edition so may go for this. Would of been nice to watch the 5hr version tho but 67.99 i think is a bit rich for me, spent too much on LE's this month :eek:
     
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    excellent films (yet to see the third though).

    boxset close to £70.

    three individual SE DTS films (tartan asia) about £15 each (play.com, whsmith etc).
    so overall I'm getting them one by one and wouldv'e spent about £45
     

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