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on 27 August 2011
While I am not one to make a huge fuss over special features on movie discs, I do like some of the documentaries, music videos and outtakes etc that are often put on these things, so I was somewhat surprised to find that the Blu Ray version of the first FF film is missing nearly all the special features that were available on the DVD version.
Even the DVD version had a featurette, music videos and an inside look at X3 on the main disc, but the Blu Ray has none of these, and certainly none of the features that appeared on disc 2 of the DVD release.
For some reason, the first FF film on the Blu Ray release has been put onto a single layer BD25 disc, where as the Rise of the Silver Surfer is on a dual layer BD50 disc, meaning it has (what looks like) all the special features that appeared on the 2 disc DVD release.
I am upgrading a lot of my DVD collection, so it annoys me somewhat that if I want to keep any of these special features, I now have no choice but to keep the older DVD version as well.

The films themselves look great, which is no surprise being that its a modern special effects driven pair of films.
The FF films certainly werent the most outstanding examples of the superhero genre, but like the comic books, they have a lighter, more family friendly tone than most.
Chris Evans steals most of the scenes he is in, and was absolutely perfectly cast as Johnny Storm, which is what made it so surprising that not only was he cast as Captain America later on, but also that he managed to pull that off as well. He is obviously a lot more versatile than most people give him credit for (although he does seem to like being in comic book based movies as Cap marks his 3rd different comic book character)
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on 10 June 2014
Advantages:
Less space on the shelf - two BR discs in one package.
Huge amount of special features in FF2 (even two trivia games!)
Price!
Quality of the package and both movies is amazing!
I confirm it's Region B as both discs play without problem and if I remember correctly, it could be Region Free...

Disadvantages:
FF1 contains only one special feature - commentary with the cast.
There is no main menu of both films - when you put the disc into the player - the movies start immediately.
2 or 3 deleted scenes are in poor quality and in black&white.

I'm giving only 4/5 stars because I was hoping for more special features on FF1.
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on 7 May 2017
Fun and entertaining enjoyable throughout the entire film well worth watching again and again. Did not get up make a cup of coffee
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on 23 October 2013
Both movies have excellant picture quality and 5.1 sound - but are 'bare-boned' in the extras department.
These discs are Region 'B' ecoded so the few extras on 'F4-RotSS' could not be accessed - But well worth
the price for the movies only. 5 Stars for the movies PQ and 5.1 2 Stars for the extras - or lack of...
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on 27 April 2017
Grea boxset
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on 4 April 2017
Excellent
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on 3 August 2017
Great
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on 1 May 2017
Excellent thank you
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on 2 June 2017
Very good service happy
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on 22 March 2015
My favourite comic book film adaption - forget the recent adaptions this one excites me. And not just because Jessica Alba is in it ( ok it helps a lot) but all the cast is great. It's a pity Loan Gruffud ( he reminds me of Steward Granger) isn't a bigger star. Next bond, perhaps?
Anyway I digress, both films are excellent. Can watch again and again. They aren't too dark and more light which is up my tree.
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