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Iron Man 1-3 Complete Collection [Blu-ray]
Iron Man 1-3 Complete Collection [Blu-ray]
Price: £27.99

32 of 33 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great films, but no 'stark' improvements on the packaging., 14 Nov. 2013
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I was glad to see the eventual appearance of this Iron Man trilogy boxset as I'd purposefully been putting off buying the first two films individually on Blu-ray knowing that the release of a tidy 3 film collection was inevitable.. But I was kind of expecting a little more than the already existing discs (with covers) shoved into a simple cardboard sleeve.
A nice fold-out box with cool interior artwork - and maybe even some additional extras as they do with most boxsets - would've been better, but hey, at least now I've got them all in glorious HD at last!

So if you already own Iron Man 1 & 2 on Blu-ray, I'd just go and buy the third separate.. Unless you do want the glossy cardboard sleeve of course.

But yeah, if like me, you only had them on DVD, this is well worth the price, especially considering the IM3 Blu-ray by itself is still around £20 in the shops.

This Happy Breed [Blu-ray] [1944]
This Happy Breed [Blu-ray] [1944]
Dvd ~ Robert Newton
Price: £12.99

19 of 21 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A quality picture in every sense., 23 Jun. 2012
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I've just this minute finished watching it on Blu-ray (it's saturday afternoon - the best time to watch This Happy Breed, in my opinion!) and felt compelled to give it a bit of a review.. In a word, 'outstanding'.
Anyone who's a fan of this film needs to own it in HD, pure and simple. I had no idea the quality of the transfer for a 68 year old film would be this good. The actors' flawless performances and Lean's masterful camera work themselves are a pleasure to watch, but when seen with the incredible amount of detail this release offers, it's an absolute visual feast! The 105 minutes flew by!
I applaud the BFI and The Lean Foundation for giving this gem the treatment it rightfully deserves.
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