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Indiana Jones - The Complete Adventures 4K UHD $87.98 Delivered @ The Nile eBay

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    Calling it the complete adventures when they're filming a new one currently is a bit on the nose lol

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      I somehow think it might even be worse than the 4th movie. I'd be more than happy to just buy the original trilogy at a decent price.

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        Repeat the mantra

        There was no 4th movie.
        There was no 4th movie.
        There was no 4th movie.
        …….

        Crystal skull? Never heard of it

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    they’re is really only 3 movies

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    The 1st movie is one of the best movies ever made

    The 4th is one of the worst…

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    The 4K set is $18 on iTunes currently if you don't mind digital.
    (Yes, typical digital concerns: bitrate, ownership, etc)

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      I didn’t mind,,bought them last night…even as a BD/4K collector…the price of this set for just 4K only is over the top.

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        Totally agree. The movies should be $60 Max. Then wait for them to go on sale. Just wondering, how do you compare Apple 4K TV to 4k discs ? Netflix is crappy.

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          I watched Raiders last night and it was pretty good quality. (Mind you, I only have the regular Blu-rays to benchmark off and wasn't inclined to drop another $87+ to upgrade to 4K.) Of course, the audio is not lossless when compared to the discs, but there's a decent selection of extras, and not having to get off the couch to drop a disc in a player is a bonus too…

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            @MELso: Cheers. Thanks for the quick reply. Just wondering if it's worth the plunge into Apple TV or not.

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              @omblygombly: I like the Apple TV - it does frame rate and dynamic range matching, and if you buy and activate one by 30 June, you get a year of Apple TV+ (Apple's subscription service) for free, so yeah, I think so…

              (About the only drawbacks are an inability to load Kodi readily, and that bitstreaming of some audio is not possible e.g. TrueHD Atmos…)

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            @MELso: A movie lasts about 2 hours, is it really that much of a problem to get up every 2 hours?

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        If you have got 4K then you don't need Blu-ray, and it does come with a Blu-ray bonus disc. Look at the price of the UK edition that included BD movies.

        If you get it on sale then $20~ each for a 4K movie that has excellent reviews isn't over the top, I think that is a reasonably fair price. The size of a 4K movie on digital is about 15gb, these discs are 66gb, picture and sound quality is better on disc.

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      And less if you've stocked up on discount iTunes credit in the past…

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      I have all of those concerns, but for the bargain price still worth it, thanks!

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    Kennedy will put a final nail in Indi's coffin with this coming movie :-(