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Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles on Blu-Ray... Myles (I Know Bad T2 Pun) Ahead of the DVD,
This review is from: Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles: The Complete First Season [Blu-ray][Region Free] (Blu-ray)
another one of those shows you start to watch to see what it's like (Stargate SG-1/Atlantis, Buffy The Vampire Slayer) and find yourself a fan as it grabs you, and i agree with so many people, that this is a great alternative to T3 (A Film that in itself had only two major leauge excellence's - Kristana Lokens Shadowed Bum/Leather Clad form, and the ending that personally for me picked up my ineterst where they don't stop Judgement Day... it comes full circle to the whole thing that i think is anot only mentioned in T3 but T2 also - Judgement Day is Inevitable) and has little in common with the series... (Despite the fact that this is supposed to be different - Sarah Connor Being Dead in the year 2007 seems to have been nicked from T3...)
The Extra's on Blu-Ray are miles better too, where the DVD had a few measly deleted scenes... (don't belive the Blu-ray Special Features on Amazon.co.uk... they have more on the disc than they let on...)
firstly you hhave more deleted scenes (as well as and extended cut of the first seasons 7th episode: "The Demon Hand"), as well as Commentaries on "Pilot", "Turk" and "What He Beheld", 3 Part Making of Featurette: "Making the Chronnicles", Cast Audition Tapes, Storyboard Animatic, Summer Glau's Ballett Rehersal (Listed as Dance on the case) and a Gag Reel (Poor Summer Glau - Every time she's in something a Gag Reel is on the DVD: ANGEL: Season 3 (Though she doesn't appear in Outtakes Reel), FIREFLY: The Complete Series, SERENITY, and Now T:TSCC)
all in all i would say to any TERMINATOR Fan, Buy this if you have a PLAYSTATION 3, Blu-Ray Player or a Blu-Ray Laptop (all three if your lucky people)... buy the Blu-Ray rather than the DVD - You Won't be dissapointed...
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Initial post: 16 Mar 2012 06:00:21 GMT
Dr No says:
I have both the DVD and Blu Ray versions of this release. I agree with Martin's review, however I would like to point out one buyer beware on the Blu Ray release.
THERE IS NO MAIN MENU!! Therefore you can not insert the disc and select the episode you wish to watch, like you can on DVD. You have to skip over each chapter to get to your desired episode. This of course also means you can not navigate directly to a certain scene on the Blu Ray disc. Very disappointed with this loss of functionality.
Posted on 29 Dec 2012 18:49:19 GMT
A Blu-ray drive can be added to anything there is no such thing as a Blu-ray laptop.
In reply to an earlier post on 30 Sep 2013 15:52:22 BDT
I bought a new desktop computer with a Blu-Ray drive, but can't see BLU-RAY because my LG Flatron L2000CP monitor isn't "HDCP compatible". Also - The codecs don't come with windows 7.
So - before adding a BluRay drive to an existing computer - check carefully what more you need, and get a competitive price for the whole package.
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