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Apollo 13: 15th Anniversary Edition is coming April 13, 2010.

I wonder if there will be any improvement of the HD-DVD.

Edit: Here are more details: http://www.hometheaterforum.com/foru...dition-blu-ray

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OVERVIEW: To commemorate the 40th Anniversary of the historic space mission and the 15th Anniversary of the
Academy Award®-winning film, Apollo 13 is now available to own on Blu-ray™ Hi-Def for the first time on April 13,
2010, from Universal Studios Home Entertainment. From Academy Award®-winning director Ron Howard (The Da
Vinci Code, A Beautiful Mind) and based on the dramatic events surrounding the real-life Apollo mission, this
breathtaking story of survival, determination and hope stars Academy Award®-winner Tom Hanks (Angels & Demons,
Forrest Gump), Bill Paxton (“Big Love,” U-571), Kevin Bacon (Frost/Nixon, Mystic River), Gary Sinise (“CSI: NY,” The
Green Mile) and Ed Harris (Appaloosa, Gone Baby Gone).

BONUS FEATURES EXCLUSIVE TO BLU-RAYTM HI-DEF: Unleash the power of your HDTV with perfect picture
and purest digital sound.

• BD-LIVE™: Access the BD-Live™ Center through your Internet-connected player to get even more content,
watch the latest trailers and more!
o MY SCENES: Bookmark your favorite scenes from the movie then share with your BD-Live™
buddies!

• U-CONTROLTM: Universal’s exclusive signature feature puts the viewer just one click away from going
deeper into the making of the film without ever leaving the movie.
o THE APOLLO ERA: Learn about the other big events from the year of this historic mission—
without stopping the movie.
o TECH-SPLANATIONS: Enjoy entertaining explanations of the science and technology of the
Apollo 13 missions.

• pocket BLU™: USHE’s groundbreaking pocket BLU app uses iPhone™ and iPod® touch Wi-Fi
connections to work seamlessly with a network-connected Blu-rayTM player and offers advanced features
such as:
o Advanced Remote Control: A sleek, elegant new way to operate your Blu-ray™ player. Users
can navigate through menus, playback and BD-Live™ functions with ease.
o Video Timeline: By turning the phone to landscape mode, users will bring up the video timeline,
allowing them to instantly access any point in the movie. (iPhone™ and iPod® touch only)
o Mobile-To-Go: Users can unlock a selection of exclusive bonus content with their Blu-ray™ discs
to save to their device or to stream from anywhere there is a cellular or Wi-Fi network, enabling
them to enjoy exclusive content on the go, anytime, anywhere.
o Browse Titles: Users will have access to a complete list of pocket BLU™-enabled titles available
and coming to Blu-ray™ Hi-Def. They can view free previews and see what additional content is
available to unlock on their device.
o Pop-Up Keyboard: Enter data into a Blu-ray™ player with this easy and intuitive keyboard that
will facilitate such Blu-ray™ features as chatting with friends and sending messages.
And coming soon, Universal will be releasing pocket BLU™ for Blackberry and Android smart phones.

• social BLU™: Connect with friends on your favorite social networks to share information about your favorite
movies, enjoy Blu-ray™ community features and more!

• ADDITIONAL BONUS FEATURES INCLUDE:
o FEATURE COMMENTARY: Feature commentary with director Ron Howard, Apollo 13
commander Jim Lovell and his wife Marilyn.
o LUCKY 13: THE ASTRONAUT’S STORY: A “Dateline” television piece recounting the events of
the mission.
o LOST MOON: THE TRIUMPH OF APOLLO 13: The making of the film including behind-thescenes
footage and interviews.
o CONQUERING SPACE: THE MOON AND BEYOND: A recap of the last 45 years in space.

• D-BOX MOTION CONTROL™
SYNOPSIS: Less than a year after the world marveled at man’s first moon walk – and only three years after the
deadly Apollo 1 fire – the American public thought of the April 1970 Apollo 13 moon mission as just another “routine”
space flight. But soon, four words from Spacecraft Commander Jim Lovell would change all that: “Houston, we have
a problem.” Stranded 205,000 miles from home in a crippled spacecraft, Lovell, and two other astronauts, Jack
Swigert and Fred Haise, fought a desperate battle to survive while Mission Control’s heroic ground crew raced
against time – and long odds – to bring them home. Academy Award®-winner Ron Howard directs Tom Hanks,
Kevin Bacon, Bill Paxton, Gary Sinise, Ed Harris and Kathleen Quinlan in a riveting account of this breathtaking reallife
adventure.

TECHNICAL INFORMATION – BLU-RAY™ HI-DEF:
Street Date: April 13, 2010
Copyright: 2010 Universal Studios Home Entertainment
Selection Number: 61112003
Running Time: 2 Hours, 20 Minutes
Layers: BD-50
Picture Format: Widescreen
Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
Rating: Rated PG for language and emotional intensity
Languages/Subtitles: English SDH, French-Canadian, Castilian-Spanish, L.A. Spanish, Swedish, Danish, Finnish,
Norwegian, Portuguese, Italian, Bulgarian, Czech, Greek, Hungarian, Icelandic, Romanian, Slovenian
Sound: English DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1, French-European DTS Surround 5.1, Castilian-Spanish DTS Surround
5.1, L.A.-Spanish DTS Surround 5.1, Italian DTS Surround 5.1, Czech DTS Surround 5.1, Hungarian DTS Surround
5.1

CAST AND FILMMAKERS
Cast: Tom Hanks, Bill Paxton, Kevin Bacon, Gary Sinise, Ed Harris, Kathleen Quinlan, Mary Kate Schellhardt
Directed By: Ron Howard
Written By: Jim Lovell, Jeffrey Kluger (book), William Broyles Jr., Al Reinert (screenplay)
Executive Producers: Todd Hallowell
Produced By: Brian Grazer
Director of Photography: Dean Cundey
Production Designer: Michael Corenblith
Editor: Daniel Hanley, Mike Hill
Costume Design By: Rita Ryack
Music By: James Horner
Visual Effects: Robert Legato, Michael Kanfer, Leslie Ekker, Matt Sweeney
Casting By: Janet Hirshenson, Jane Jenkins

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It'll have DTS-MA instead of DD+. For me, that's all the improvement I need.

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I wish they would include the IMAX version as an extra.
Doesn't look like it will.
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It'll have DTS-MA instead of DD+. For me, that's all the improvement I need.

I 2nd that!

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I wish they would include the IMAX version as an extra.
Doesn't look like it will.

The IMAX version is just a shortened cut of the film in the wrong aspect ratio.

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Well, I think the film is a little long anyways.
And a blown up version of a Super35 film is a o.k. with me as long as it is an extra and the full version is included as well.

If they went through the trouble to do it on the SD version, it would be nice if they followed suit with the blu-ray version.

No biggie.
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The IMAX version is a Reader's Digest version of the film slathered with EE, and as stated... in the wrong aspect ratio.

Ron Howard should have said "no" to this, but after his paint-by-numbers Dan Browne movies I wonder if he isn't just cashing in nowadays.

I wouldn't get it at all.

Listen up, studios! Just say "NO" to DNR and EE!!
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Yes, audio upgrade and U-Control. I don't think the HD DVD had U-Control although I could be mistaken. Also, it will probably be on a BD 50 with video getting a bit rate increase.
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Yes, audio upgrade and U-Control. I don't think the HD DVD had U-Control although I could be mistaken. Also, it will probably be on a BD 50 with video getting a bit rate increase.


No u-control on HD DVD.
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Higher bitrate and lossless sound = win. Hope Universal doesn't pull An Army of Darkness or The Thing and give us a filtered inferior version.
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Looking forward to this BD.
Apollo 13 should be quite a treat.

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Iam sure the video codec will be vc-1 and audio might getchanged
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I bet it will look identical to the HDDVD for all intents and purposes.

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What a great movie. If one person says the lossless track is noticeably better than the HDDVD, I'm breaking open the wallet.

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I will be picking this up. HD DVD is dead and gone in my house.
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The IMAX version is a Reader's Digest version of the film slathered with EE, and as stated... in the wrong aspect ratio.

+1. Of all the things I'd love to see included in this package, that ain't one of 'em.
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I bet it will look identical to the HDDVD for all intents and purposes.

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I'm betting a 25% improvement in video quality. Sound will be improved about 35%.
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Well, I think the film is a little long anyways.

I think the length of the movie was perfect. Not a single extraneous note
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I'd like to see some of the cut scenes. Supposedly the early cuts were ~3 hours. Not that we need an expanded version, just thought the extra scenes would show up someday.
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I think the more recent Universal titles seem to have a slight edge over the HD DVD versions on screenshots - not sure if this is noticeable in regular viewing. However, I remember the HD DVD being very solid with grain well intact. I always enjoyed this film and was quite fascinated by the events.

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I've always enjoyed Apollo 13 and this with be a street date buy for me.

My only real complaint about the movie itself is some glaring technical inaccuracies especially on the Saturn V rocket during the launch (notably the black stripe paint scheme) that most viewers would never notice and the obvious incomplete mockup of the Lunar Module during Tom Hank's "dream" of setting foot on the Moon.

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For some of the old DVD guys around here...

Wasn't the first Apollo 13 DVD one of the earliest (and best) Special Editions?

I remember getting it on release day.
It had some really long documentaries, a bunch of commentaries and the entire score playing through the menu.
At the time, I'm not sure if another DVD came close.
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The original Apollo 13 DVD was one of my very first DVD purchases (around Dec 1999). It was a great way to showcase DVD.

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Apollo 13 was one of my first DVDs way back in Feb '98. Still one of the best special edition DVDs ever produced. Mostly because all of the features came from the laserdisc collector's edition.
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For some of the old DVD guys around here...

Wasn't the first Apollo 13 DVD one of the earliest (and best) Special Editions?

I remember getting it on release day.
It had some really long documentaries, a bunch of commentaries and the entire score playing through the menu.
At the time, I'm not sure if another DVD came close.

It was certainly one of the best. I remember The Thing being another LD-to-DVD transfer that carried over all the extras from the big boxset; it had the score playing through the menu, too.

It seems silly now, but I remember *almost* buying the Thing LD boxset, which was something like $100-140, IIRC. Imagine how excited I was that a new format came along that gave me all that (on one disc!) for about $30...

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It was certainly one of the best. I remember The Thing being another LD-to-DVD transfer that carried over all the extras from the big boxset; it had the score playing through the menu, too.

It seems silly now, but I remember *almost* buying the Thing LD boxset, which was something like $100-140, IIRC. Imagine how excited I was that a new format came along that gave me all that (on one disc!) for about $30...

The Signature Collection edition of The Thing came in a gatefold jacket, not a box set. Its MSRP was actually a surprisingly reasonable $39.98.

http://www.lddb.com/laserdisc/13701/...hing-The-(1982)

However, the disc was released in limited supply toward the end of the Laserdisc format's life, and may have fetched higher prices on the collectors' market.

Apollo 13 was higher priced at $99.98. I forget whether that one was in a gatefold or a box.

http://www.lddb.com/laserdisc/06767/...pollo-13-(1995)

You may also be confusing your memories of The Thing with those of Scarface, which came in a Signature Collection box set and was obscenely overpriced at $129.98, considering what a crappy transfer it was and how little supplemental content it came with.

http://www.lddb.com/laserdisc/07247/...Scarface-(1983)

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Apollo 13 was one of my first DVDs way back in Feb '98. Still one of the best special edition DVDs ever produced. Mostly because all of the features came from the laserdisc collector's edition.

I totally agree! This was also one of the first (and few) movies I upgraded from LaserDisc. In fact, my DVD even came in a jewel case (remember those--only a few movies were issued in jewel cases before they dropped them in favor of the keep case). Once I figured out a way to extract the (hidden) music soundtrack off of the menu, I burned an audio CD that I listen to more than any movie score EVER.

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I bet it will look identical to the HDDVD for all intents and purposes.

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Higher bitrate and lossless sound = win. Hope Universal doesn't pull An Army of Darkness or The Thing and give us a filtered inferior version.

So they messed with Army of Darkness on BD? That stinks.

I haven't replaced too many HD DVDs with BDs so far. Top Gun (wanted the music videos), 3 Days of the Condor, The Graduate are the only ones so far. Probably will pick up Fearless and American Gangster at some points since they have additional cuts.
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I'm betting a 25% improvement in video quality. Sound will be improved about 35%.

I hope so but what would lead you to believe that ?

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