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X-Men Trilogy + X-Men Origins: Wolverine [Blu-ray]

4.5 out of 5 stars 17 customer reviews

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Includes the X-Men Trilogy [Blu-ray] (6 discs), plus X-Men Origins: Wolverine (Two-Disc Edition + Digital Copy) [Blu-ray]

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  • Format: Blu-ray
  • Studio: 20th Century Fox
  • DVD Release Date: September 15, 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002EVQ174
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #176,200 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By Kyle Echols on September 16, 2009
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
I received my Blu-ray copies of the X-Men Trilogy and X-Men Origins: Wolverine yesterday and was immediately disappointed and frustrated by two things.

1.) I cannot get X-Men Origins: Wolverine to play beyond the "If you are having trouble..." screen without turning off the BD-Live functionality on my player (Oppo BD-83). I thought to do this because the other movies in this series all asked if I wanted to download a BD-Live update at that exact point. Maybe it's because the servers are being overwhelmed by a new release, but that shouldn't be the case if proper planning and testing had taken place.

2.) The picture quality of these movies is very poor. Even during the first few scenes of the trilogy movies, there is very noticeable video noise in darker portions of the picture, resembling what you get on a cheap digital still camera with the ISO cranked way up. I know this isn't my player or TV's problem because watching 17 Again, Bolt and S.W.A.T. on the exact same setup yielded SPECTACULAR picture quality. It's almost as if the producers took one of their DVDs and did some cheesey upconversion to create these Blu-ray copies.

I am very tempted to return the whole purchase and just buy them on DVD, saving the extra money I spent to get them on Blu-ray.
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I have a view on when to and when not to buy blu-rays. Unless it has action and is a very intense movie with lots of effects and sounds, I just go with the standard DVD. So knowing that this would fall into the category of a blu-ray buy, I bought the trilogy and the new Wolverine. Well Worth it!!! The graphics were fantastic and the audio was perfect. The movies were great as well, but if you're reading this you're already convinced to buy the movies, you're just deciding if it's worth the blu-ray price. I would say if you're watching it on a standard definition (or even a HD) set that is less than 30"-36" then it really doesn't matter all that much. If your going big (I'm on a 63") then definitely go with the blu-ray, no questions. Hope that helps.
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In X1 there was the attempt by Magneto (played superbly by Ian McKellan) to convert humans to mutants. In X2 it was a plot by a corrupt Fed named Stryker to kill all the mutants using Xavier (Patrick Stewart). In X3 a "cure" is found that makes all mutants human.

Cure indeed. Who said the mutants were sick? Such is the view of the mutant self-proclaimed leader Magneto. In the final chapter, Magneto fears that the "cure" will be forced upon the mutant population and wages war against the source of the cure with the aim to destroy it and anything that gets in his and his loyal followers way.

All three movies are suspenseful and exciting. No bathroom break urges in these films (unless you're watching all of the movies in one sitting!). New mutants are hatched in each film and some of our favorite mutants are dispatched (quite early on in X3). Special effects are 5-stars. Acting is 5-Stars. Movies are 5-stars.

Then along comes X-Men Origins: Wolverine. This movie, while entertaining, didn't live up to the excellent standard set by the first 3 movies. It was cool to see Wolverine's origins and all, but I sure hope that they don't take the franchise down an origins path for all of the other X-men characters. I see on IMDB that there's already a plan for Wolverine Origins 2. I'm not excited. In fact I'm bummed that the plan isn't for another X-men movie as of today.

If you've not seen any of the movies (or all of the movies) this set is a great opportunity to see the 3 original classic tales in chronological order and to own a kind of bonus movie. Wolverine Origins is totally worth a viewing...the others are keepers and classics in the genre.
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I was never a fan of the X-Men comic books, but X-Men is probably the best action hero/comic book movie out there. Unlike many other such movies, such as Fantastic Four [Blu-ray], which are simply an excuse to have a bunch of action scenes and special effects, X-Men actually has a well-developed plot, good acting, as well as impressive special effects. Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellan as the two main mutants make the movie, are fantastic add emotional depth, but X-Men also includes a strong supporting cast, including Hugh Jackman and Hallie Berri. Overall, I was very pleasantly surprised by X-Men. Definitely worth checking out, even if you're not usually into this type of movie.
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All i got to say is i am very happy with this combo i bought.The graphics and the special effects i dont think i will ever get bored of especially on a 52inch 1080p hdtv.I have Been a big xmen fan since i was a kid in all i can say is i dont think i will ever get tired of it.What i also liked from these blu-rays is that they all come with digital copys to download to your ipods or computers wich i did with my laptop so i can watch if im out and about.I just really hope theres gonna be more xmen movies to come.
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I think there is a mistake in this set's price, because if you buy the X-Men Trilogy and Wolverine separate, you will pay half the price of this set. Please Amazon review this item price.
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