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post #61 of 240
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Originally Posted by gljvd View Post

I had gotten this for 22 pounds with shipping. So i can't complain. Watched it tuesday night and it looked amazing.


As for the hd-dvd releases perhaps they are readying 1-4 on hd-dvd for a june release .

They most likely figure lots of people will be looking to buy to catch up for the 5th movie release .

Then for that holiday we see part 5 on hd-dvd .

How did you get it at this price? Reading all the great reviews of this HD-DVD has me really tempted to import it, but I'm not sure I want it bad enough to pay over $40 for it.
post #62 of 240
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Originally Posted by gljvd View Post

I had gotten this for 22 pounds with shipping. So i can't complain. Watched it tuesday night and it looked amazing.


As for the hd-dvd releases perhaps they are readying 1-4 on hd-dvd for a june release .

They most likely figure lots of people will be looking to buy to catch up for the 5th movie release .

Then for that holiday we see part 5 on hd-dvd .

How did you get it at this price? Reading all the great reviews of this HD-DVD has me really tempted to import it, but I'm not sure I want it bad enough to pay over $40 for it.

22 pounds ~= $43
post #63 of 240
I agree I picked air mail service through amazon.co.uk with HP4 and it was 26 plus pounds which comes out to about $51. I will wait it is not worth that much for a HD-DVD.
post #64 of 240
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Originally Posted by bases1616 View Post

I agree I picked air mail service through amazon.co.uk with HP4 and it was 26 plus pounds which comes out to about $51. I will wait it is not worth that much for a HD-DVD.

I guess it all depends on perceived value. If it's a movie you'll re-watch 5-6 times, then it equates to movie theatre prices, but that still may not be enough.

If you have kids, or neices and nephews, or adult friends or relatives who are Harry Potter fanatics, showing them the high-def version will be a big success too.

Personally, I've watched it twice just in the last 48 hours and I know I'll watch it many more times to come. I know >$50 is pricey (mine came to $48 with shipping), but if any film were worth it at this point, it's this one. I still think it's a disgrace that it's not available for sale in the US.
post #65 of 240
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Originally Posted by ILJG View Post

I guess it all depends on perceived value. If it's a movie you'll re-watch 5-6 times, then it equates to movie theatre prices, but that still may not be enough.

If you have kids, or neices and nephews, or adult friends or relatives who are Harry Potter fanatics, showing them the high-def version will be a big success too.

Personally, I've watched it twice just in the last 48 hours and I know I'll watch it many more times to come. I know >$50 is pricey (mine came to $48 with shipping), but if any film were worth it at this point, it's this one. I still think it's a disgrace that it's not available for sale in the US.

I agree with that; if any title is worth this kind of price, this is it.
post #66 of 240
I just received my copy and had to pop it in just for a quick glance. Looked pretty good. Fun movie. Cant wait to watch this one.
post #67 of 240
So can Sony preach morality to Warner? Warner can be told what to do by a competing studio? I don't know! Can MS dictate to others? If Sony has set the precedent then maybe its time for MS to flex its considerable financial muscle and maybe buy both Warner and Paramount.

How can anyone argue parody when studio support is so skewed?

Cheers,

Grant
post #68 of 240
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Originally Posted by Deja Vu View Post

So can Sony preach morality to Warner? Warner can be told what to do by a competing studio? I don't know! Can MS dictate to others? If Sony has set the precedent then maybe its time for MS to flex its considerable financial muscle and maybe buy both Warner and Paramount.

How can anyone argue parody when studio support is so skewed?

Cheers,

Grant

I think Blazing Saddles is parody. On the other hand, if all studios supported both formats equally that would be parity.
post #69 of 240
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Originally Posted by HomerJay View Post

If there's any truth to this throttling then shame on you Warner. It would be much more appropriate to PULL Blu-ray support now...not increase it!! And certainly not slow HD DVD just to play "fair"...some war...playing "fair"... Warner should be doing its part to help HD DVD kick Blu-ray when it's down...

Play fair, if HD DVD titles are ready to be released, release them. HD DVD is still the underdog as far as CE and studio support. Why should they wait for BD to catch up. BD had a slow start, initial releases were less than stellar, HD DVD were not. Let the consumer decide.
post #70 of 240
Someone please tell me, how does Warner stand to benefit if BluRay were to win the format war?
post #71 of 240
I came across www.sendit.com
It listed Harry Potter Goblet of Fire HD-DVD UK Region 2
for 16.89 (pounds) with 1.60 shipping.
It was backordered, but...
I got on the wait list for it a few days ago and now the status says packing.....

Total 18.49 (pounds) shipping included to US.

Hope its the real deal......anyone else use this site before ??

Terence.
post #72 of 240
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Originally Posted by Alan Gouger View Post

I just received my copy and had to pop it in just for a quick glance. Looked pretty good. Fun movie. Cant wait to watch this one.

I would like to read your opinion regarding the PQ on this one. Did it meet your expections?

Thank you Alan !
post #73 of 240
I'm still hoping to receive this title before X-MAS (ordered from X-ploited). I hear it's a tier 1 title besides that it was a great movie. It sux that Warner failed to release this in the U.S. when it was completed.
post #74 of 240
woot! HPGOF shipped 12-19-06 expected delivery 2-4 days.
post #75 of 240
Ordered mine from Xploited Cinema yesterday, seeing as how they were coming in today I didn't really expect them to ship today but they did. I was pretty impressed, hopefully I'll get it before the 25th but since I'm in Canada it probably won't make it, especially at this time of the year *crosses fingers*
post #76 of 240
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Originally Posted by swanlee View Post

"You don't know much about economics, do you?"

I know it's the Xmas season and having a Harry Potter Film in HD-DVD would help sell hardware and the software would sell through the roof. I'm not a huge Harry Potter fan but even i can see this title would help sell the format.

The only problem with your assertion is that right now HD-DVD hardware is having no problems selling, so having a "killer app" for HD-DVD is unnecessary. B&M stores that carry the players can't keep them in stock because they're only getting 3-4 at a time right now. HD-DVD needs another hardware backer other than Toshiba, or Toshiba needs to crank out a lot more players. The 360 add-on is OK, but I had to scour several retailers and finally found one way in the middle of Nowhere, TX.
post #77 of 240
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Originally Posted by Patrick. View Post

Ordered mine from Xploited Cinema yesterday, seeing as how they were coming in today I didn't really expect them to ship today but they did. I was pretty impressed, hopefully I'll get it before the 25th but since I'm in Canada it probably won't make it, especially at this time of the year *crosses fingers*

I just got an e-mail that mine shipped. It looks like they ship out of Ohio so depending on where you are in Canada it could be pretty quick. (I'm in Michigan!! )
post #78 of 240
I ordered mine but I will not be able to see it until January. Does somebody have more impresions regarding the PQ and Audio also??
post #79 of 240
top 5 of Tier1. I hear it was a great transfer just got mine today from xploited. I watch HPGOF on HBOHD and it actually looked pretty decent but I can't wait to pop this baby into my HD-A1.
post #80 of 240
Let us know your impressions!!!
post #81 of 240
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Originally Posted by divianb View Post

Let us know your impressions!!!

The PQ is superb.
post #82 of 240
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Originally Posted by Patrick. View Post

Ordered mine from Xploited Cinema yesterday, seeing as how they were coming in today I didn't really expect them to ship today but they did. I was pretty impressed, hopefully I'll get it before the 25th but since I'm in Canada it probably won't make it, especially at this time of the year *crosses fingers*

Xploited Cinema has it in stock right now. Got mine coming by Priority Mail!

http://xploitedcinema.com/catalog/ha...e-p-10796.html
post #83 of 240
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Originally Posted by Snickering Hound View Post

Xploited Cinema has it in stock right now. Got mine coming by Priority Mail!

http://xploitedcinema.com/catalog/ha...e-p-10796.html

I ordered night before last and got an e-mail yesterday that it was backordered, but got a shipping notice this AM. Hopefully it will be here by Saturday. Unfortunately the USPS tracking software is worthless.

We're huge Potter fans in my house, though it didn't start off that way.
post #84 of 240
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Originally Posted by JosephShaw View Post

I ordered night before last and got an e-mail yesterday that it was backordered, but got a shipping notice this AM. Hopefully it will be here by Saturday. Unfortunately the USPS tracking software is worthless.

We're huge Potter fans in my house, though it didn't start off that way.

Potter fan here too.

I selected Priority Mail since you get delivery on Saturday. I had ordered IL 2 Sturmovik 1946 from GoGamer.com, it was sent Tuesday and arrived today so I JUST might receive Potter by Saturday if I'm lucky.

IL-2 1946 is also only available by import and GoGamer is carrying it here in the States.
post #85 of 240
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Originally Posted by Snickering Hound View Post

Potter fan here too.

I selected Priority Mail since you get delivery on Saturday.

Same here, which is why I'm hoping for a Saturday arrival. Also, Rowling announced the title of the 7th book today, though you have to go through a convoluted way of getting to the game of hangman that lets you figure it out.

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post #86 of 240
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Originally Posted by JosephShaw View Post

Also, Rowling announced the title of the 7th book today, though you have to go through a convoluted way of getting to the game of hangman that lets you figure it out.

or just read CNN...
post #87 of 240
Ah, the game was more fun. I got it on the first try and only made one bad mistake. Finally all those years of my parents watching Wheel of Fortune when I was a kid payed off!
post #88 of 240
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Originally Posted by booner View Post

I just got an e-mail that mine shipped. It looks like they ship out of Ohio so depending on where you are in Canada it could be pretty quick. (I'm in Michigan!! )

I'm in Michigan also....Got mine today...took 3 days to arrive not bad considering the time of year!!
post #89 of 240
Silly question, perhaps, but is there no region encoding for us US A2 users? PAL discs from the UK will work on a US A2/TV?
post #90 of 240
No region coding on HD DVD worldwide yet And there is no such thing as NTSC and PAL in the HD DVD/Blu-Ray world.
But you can't play R2 PAL DVDs on your A2, if that's what you asked for.
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