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Is superbit really super?

Discussion in 'Movie Forum' started by Synchronicity, Dec 2, 2003.

  1. Synchronicity

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    Im starting to see more of these superbit edition dvds lately and was curious if the quality is signifiacantly better.Anyone buy these regularly or is it just a nice little marketting ploy to get an extra couple of quid from the punters?
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    May be worth a look at this thread here.
     
  3. Synchronicity

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    Cheers,seems to be some conflicting opinions there though:confused: seems to be pot luck wether a superbit title will be worth that extra couple of quid.

    Anyone know if the Black Hawk down or Fear and Loathing in LV are any good?They are 2 titles which I have seen in the past and would get if the quality was superior to the standard editions.
     
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    Black Hawk is great - well worth the money if u like the movie
    didnt know fear and loathing was on superbit (thought it was only criterion)
     
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    Fifth Element is well worth getting but Panic Room was a waste of time (for me anyway!).

    I've got Patriot but haven't watched it yet, I've just got Gladiator and I'm waiting for delivery of Snatch.

    I make a habit of not paying over he odds for them so if you can get them at, or about, the same price as the normal one it's probably worth your while. Unless, of course the extras are important to you!

    Dave
     
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    Hmm,yeah,Ive seen Snatch and Black Hwak down for about 9 quid,so I think Ill check them out.Seems to be a case of check for reviews before ordering any superbit titles then:D
     
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    Gattacca superbit cost me £4.49 so they're not always more expensive!

    Simon
     
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    Best bit about Superbit - No layer change pause!
     

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