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Product Details

  • Actors: Steve Austin, The Rock, Triple H, Shawn Michaels, The Undertaker
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: WWE
  • DVD Release Date: November 20, 2012
  • Run Time: 540 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (41 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B008WAM2PQ
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #64,170 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Editorial Reviews

WWE: Attitude Era, The (2-Disc) (Blu-ray)

Customer Reviews

The best era in wrestlings history.
Lance Pierre
Jan 27, 2000 "The Jug Band" Judgment Day 2000 Triple H Trains Trish Stratus SmackDown!
WWEDVDGUY
All in all this was a must buy on Bluray for me because the extra content is worth it.
Mr. Knowitall

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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Iceman Fred on November 20, 2012
I had very high hopes for this release, especially after last years holiday release for Stone Cold. I am pretty sad to say this release is a major letdown. To have a documentry on the most exciting era of wrestling ever at a shallow runtime of 57 minutes is a joke. I can tell this product was rushed with little planning. The documentry was not very good at all. Did not explain much, just some random attitude era clips.

I have also watched some of the bonus features, which are good. One problem though is you can not play all. You have to wait for the disc to load back to main menu. This gets frustrating since most of the clips so far have been 2-5 minutes. I don't want to go back to main menu after every short clip. Let me play all till I get tired.

All in All the content is good, but the product is not. It has very rushed feel, which is sad. I would like better documentry and ability to play all special features at once. WWE did not put much thought into this release
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26 of 34 people found the following review helpful By TMH on November 12, 2012
Here's the complete listing for this 3-disc DVD set and 2-disc Blu-ray set (the Blu-ray contains extras not found on the DVD edition)

Disc 1 - Documentary - The Birth of Attitude

Entrance Music

D-Generation X

Austin vs. McMahon

Long-Arching Stories

Innovations

New Demographic

Critics

Expansion

Comedy

Wealth of Talent

The World Was Watching

Watershed Period

Disc 1 Extras:

Jim Ross interviews Goldust & Marlena - Raw Nov 3, 1997

Steve Austin Throws the InterContinental Championship Off A Bridge - Raw Dec 15, 1997

Soldier of Love - Raw May 4, 1998

Mr McMahon Presents Mankind with the WWE Hardcore Championship - Raw Nov 2, 1998

Jim Ross Interviews Triple H - Sunday Night Heat July 25, 1999

An Evening At The Friendly Tap - SmackDown! Jan 20, 2000

Mae Young and the Acolyte Protection Agency - SmackDown! Jan 27, 2000

"The Jug Band" - Judgment Day 2000

Triple H Trains Trish Stratus - SmackDown! July 27, 2000

Edges Totally Awesome Birthday - Raw Oct 30, 2000

The Rocks Message to His Hell in a Cell Opponents - Raw Dec 4, 2000

GTV

Disc 2

Mike Tyson Joins DX - Raw Mar 2, 1998

A New Beginning For D-Generation X - Raw March 30, 1998

Sable vs. "Marvelous" Marc Mero - Raw May 11, 1998

Nation of Degeneration - Raw July 6, 1998

Bart Gunn vs. "Dr Death" Steve Williams - Brawl for All Match - Raw July 27, 1998

The Undertaker & Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. Kane & Mankind vs. The New Age Outlaws vs.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By WWEDVDGUY on November 19, 2012
DISC 1

Documentary:

The Birth of Attitude

Entrance Music

D-Generation X

Austin vs. McMahon

Long-Arching Stories

Innovations

New Demographic

Critics

Expansion

Comedy

Wealth of Talent

The World Was Watching

Watershed Period

Jim Ross interviews Goldust & Marlena
Raw - Nov 3, 1997

Steve Austin Throws the InterContinental Championship Off A Bridge
Raw - Dec 15, 1997

Soldier of Love
Raw - May 4, 1998

Mr McMahon Presents Mankind with the WWE Hardcore Championship
Raw - Nov 2, 1998

Jim Ross Interviews Triple H
Sunday Night Heat - July 25, 1999

An Evening At The Friendly Tap
SmackDown! - Jan 20, 2000

Mae Young and the Acolyte Protection Agency
SmackDown! - Jan 27, 2000

"The Jug Band"
Judgment Day 2000

Triple H Trains Trish Stratus
SmackDown! - July 27, 2000

Edges Totally Awesome Birthday
Raw - Oct 30, 2000

The Rocks Message to His Hell in a Cell Opponents
Raw - Dec 4, 2000

GTV

DISC 2

Mike Tyson Joins DX
Raw - Mar 2, 1998

A New Beginning For D-Generation X
Raw - March 30, 1998

Sable vs. "Marvelous" Marc Mero
Raw - May 11, 1998

Nation of Degeneration
Raw - July 6, 1998

Brawl for All Match
Bart Gunn vs. "Dr Death" Steve Williams
Raw - July 27, 1998

Four Corners Match for the WWE Tag Team Championship
The Undertaker & Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. Kane & Mankind vs. The New Age Outlaws vs.
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20 of 28 people found the following review helpful By PhotoDude on November 27, 2012
I'm only gonna talk about the Documentary itself, because let's face it, we're not buying this for the extras. To me, this seem more like a quick review of the Attitude Era instead of a real in-depth documentary that we all wanted. Instead of behind-the-scenes interviews that reveal what went on behind the titan-tron, we get superstars talking about how great certain matches were and discussing the how great the wrestlers were at that time. Sure, you get a few behind-the-scenes tidbits here and there, but I feel that they were too scattered.

Instead of telling the Attitude Era from start to finish, they chose to talk about varied subjects in what almost seems like in random order. Throughout the entire less-then-an-hour film, the superstars are constantly saying how they were too edgy, and how they weren't for kids, despite admitting several times that they weren't marketing towards kids at the time.

Overall I feel this was a quickly put together film that's missing so much of what us fans want. I would recommend watching this to anybody who lived through and enjoyed the Attitude Era, as it does bring back fond memories, but I would wait until the Netflix release.
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