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post #31 of 60
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Originally Posted by wingnut4772 View Post

Can't wait! I loved this movie!
Pre ordered the 3D version first day it was available... loved this one at the theater!
post #32 of 60
ST looked and sounded terrifc at West Palm Beach IMAX 3D.

Good film for Sony to offer as part of their roll-out SEN for 4K Server owners.... any chance of that?
post #33 of 60
Thread Starter 
Greetings,

I added the cover art for both the 3D and 2D Blu-ray releases to the original post.


Regards,
post #34 of 60
Vintage, but terrible.

(the cover, that is)
post #35 of 60
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Pretty good movie in theaters. It kind of hit the "mediocrity" that some sequels are hitting, that maybe there's something slightly too generic about them... but it was still a super worthy sequel to the wonderful 2009 film.

My issue in theaters was with the sound. It was very piercing to the ear. I wonder if it was just my theater or if it was the actual audio mix. Time will tell on that one.

There's a great discussion of that in this thread:
http://www.avsforum.com/t/1473780/star-trek-into-darkness-in-dolby-atmos/0_50
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Originally Posted by Dan Hitchman View Post

I can't believe Roberto Orci, Alex Kurtzman, and Damon Lindelof still get writing gigs. They're mediocre hacks.

A must pass film.

Especially Lindelof. He ruined Prometheus for me, IMO.
post #36 of 60
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There's a great discussion of that in this thread:
http://www.avsforum.com/t/1473780/star-trek-into-darkness-in-dolby-atmos/0_50

Thanks. Wow, that sucks. I hope the Blu-ray isn't like this then.
post #37 of 60
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Thanks. Wow, that sucks. I hope the Blu-ray isn't like this then.

I saw it on Vmax no Dolby Atmos and it sounded awesome. Very well balanced. MOS know that was terrible way too much LFE over powering everything else at the theatre I saw it at.
post #38 of 60
I saw it in the theater and the sound was way to loud. I couldn't even enjoy it. Can't wait to buy it and watch it at home.
post #39 of 60
My theater was too loud also. I had to put my fingers in my ears.
post #40 of 60
saw it twice on opening weekend (I am a big Star Trek fan to be sure).

Blind buy for sure.
post #41 of 60
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saw it twice on opening weekend (I am a big Star Trek fan to be sure).

Blind buy for sure.

Because you already have seen it, its not exactly a blind buy smile.gif but like yourself I saw it, I absolutely enjoyed it and will definitely pick it up first day.
post #42 of 60
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Originally Posted by Franin View Post

Because you already have seen it, its not exactly a blind buy smile.gif but like yourself I saw it, I absolutely enjoyed it and will definitely pick it up first day.

But maybe he's blind...






... in which case he probably wouldn't have seen it then. tongue.gif
post #43 of 60
I'm excited that this will be released before too long. I'm bummed because I recently moved so my theater room is no more along with my gear boxed up. I'm excited that I get to build a new theater room with a few enhancements. I'm bummed that I probably won't be done until maybe October. I'm excited that I'll still get to watch it upon release on the wall mounted family room tv....which is closer to the pantry....and the refrigerator....biggrin.gif
post #44 of 60
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Originally Posted by Closet Geek View Post

which is closer to the pantry....and the refrigerator....biggrin.gif

That's all that matters biggrin.gif
post #45 of 60
Hi Ralph, any idea if the 3d blu is variable or constant aspect? The 2d blu is confirmed as 2.35 constant while the itunes commentary is variable. Indications are the 3d blu will also be constant 2.35, but nothing 100% confirmed from what I have read.
post #46 of 60
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Hi Ralph, any idea if the 3d blu is variable or constant aspect? The 2d blu is confirmed as 2.35 constant while the itunes commentary is variable. Indications are the 3d blu will also be constant 2.35, but nothing 100% confirmed from what I have read.

Greetings,

Hi Todd, I don't know but will check with the studio and see what I can find out...


Regards,
post #47 of 60
That would be great......thanks!
post #48 of 60
I saw the preview and I like it. I hope it is better than Iron Man 3.
post #49 of 60
September 10th can't get here quick enough biggrin.gif
How does everyone feel about the BD being released with TrueHd audio versus DTS?
post #50 of 60
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Originally Posted by comfynumb View Post

September 10th can't get here quick enough biggrin.gif
How does everyone feel about the BD being released with TrueHd audio versus DTS?

I will have more definitive answer after I receive the actual BD to evaluate. The benefit of having the"loseless" format.wink.gif
post #51 of 60
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Originally Posted by comfynumb View Post

September 10th can't get here quick enough biggrin.gif
How does everyone feel about the BD being released with TrueHd audio versus DTS?

I have no problem with that.
post #52 of 60
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Originally Posted by comfynumb View Post

September 10th can't get here quick enough biggrin.gif
How does everyone feel about the BD being released with TrueHd audio versus DTS?

Greetings,

Watched the opening sequence tonight. You won't be disappointed... cool.gif


Regards,
post #53 of 60
I'll take everyone's word for it. Thanks guys.
post #54 of 60
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Originally Posted by Ralph Potts View Post

Greetings,

Watched the opening sequence tonight. You won't be disappointed... cool.gif


Regards,

cool.gif
post #55 of 60
Hello guys and gals

Headed to my local Best Buy here in NYC, and noticed there's two non 3D packaging I believe one was 27 bucks and the other was 24, while the 3D version was a bit over 30 or so. And no it wasn't standard DVD, that one was around 19 bucks.

Was wondering what's the difference between the or two blu without the 3D, besides the pretty clear sleeve Enterprise art cover, and the cheaper cardboard mainly black, minimal cover?

I was breaking my head looking over the differences, I decided to ask one of the BB flunkies, and surprise he wasn't sure either rolleyes.gif


Thanks in advance

Djoel
post #56 of 60
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Originally Posted by Djoel View Post

Hello guys and gals

Headed to my local Best Buy here in NYC, and noticed there's two non 3D packaging I believe one was 27 bucks and the other was 24, while the 3D version was a bit over 30 or so. And no it wasn't standard DVD, that one was around 19 bucks.

Was wondering what's the difference between the or two blu without the 3D, besides the pretty clear sleeve Enterprise art cover, and the cheaper cardboard mainly black, minimal cover?

I was breaking my head looking over the differences, I decided to ask one of the BB flunkies, and surprise he wasn't sure either rolleyes.gif


Thanks in advance

Djoel



For some releases they've been charging $5 more for the collectible metal tin packaging. Maybe that was one of them. I bought mine at Walmart and I believe there was two different 2D versions, it also could be they one came with a digital copy and one didn't. I should have played closer attention.
Edited by comfynumb - 9/19/13 at 1:01pm
post #57 of 60
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How does everyone feel about the BD being released with TrueHd audio versus DTS?

I watched the 2D version a few days ago and the audio was truly awesome. I plan to watch it a few more times within the next few weeks (including 3D) and pay more attention to the video aspect of the film. I've gotta say that I'm very happy to have this one in my collection.
post #58 of 60
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I watched the 2D version a few days ago and the audio was truly awesome. I plan to watch it a few more times within the next few weeks (including 3D) and pay more attention to the video aspect of the film. I've gotta say that I'm very happy to have this one in my collection.



Glad to hear it.
post #59 of 60
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Originally Posted by comfynumb View Post

For some releases they've been charging $5 more for the collectible metal tin packaging. Maybe that was one of them. I bought mine at Walmart and I believe there was two different 2D versions, it also could be they one came with a digital copy and one didn't. I should have played closer attention.

Hey Comfy, neither of the sets had the tin packaging, I also purchased World War Z and that one happened to have an unrated cut, so I thinking the Star Trek could a different 2D like you're saying. Maybe I should have paid a bit more attention.

Anyway I didn't purchased so no harm no foul smile.gif


Thanks

Djoel
post #60 of 60
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Originally Posted by Djoel View Post

Hey Comfy, neither of the sets had the tin packaging, I also purchased World War Z and that one happened to have an unrated cut, so I thinking the Star Trek could a different 2D like you're saying. Maybe I should have paid a bit more attention.

Anyway I didn't purchased so no harm no foul smile.gif


Thanks

Djoel




Hey Djoel, I gotcha, wasn't sure what the story was and next time I'll pay more attention and report my findings.
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