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beoba Says, in 1-31-2010 at 20:24:31 from     

Why buy the boxed set when you can buy the four series individually for *exactly* the same price? Seriously guys, zero discount for buying all four?

The only reason to buy this is if you truly wanted all four series and didn’t already own any of them. Otherwise, you’re way better off saving some money by only purchasing the ones you actually care about.
Rating: 2 / 5

wal2105 Says, in 1-31-2010 at 21:41:36 from     

First off, this is not a review of the content. These programs are outstanding, high-quality endeavors that help educate us about the natural world.

I am writing about about the terrible flaw in the Planet Earth blu-ray package itself. Discs 1 and 4 are not easily removed. The middle push button isn’t pushable at all! I snapped Disc 4 because I struggled to remove it from the container. After getting a replacement from Amazon, I tried to be even more careful the second time around. Again, I snapped Disc 4 of Planet Earth.

It could be I’m just a fool, but shouldn’t a disc be able to come out much more easily than what I experienced? I’m only curious if anyone else experienced this issue.
Rating: 2 / 5

B. Hernandez Says, in 1-31-2010 at 23:26:41 from     

It’s definitely a must see! Pure quality at a good price. The only thing is that it’s only worth it if you don’t have any of the dvds. Other then that a great collection to have. Buy it you won’t regret it.
Rating: 5 / 5

TP_FAN Says, in 1-31-2010 at 23:38:40 from     

I own a DVD copy of Planet Earth(P/E). I didnt get impressed by its BD version, a very modest upgrade.

However, the Galapagos one totally blew me a galaxy away…definitely one of the best pictured BDs I’ve ever seen!Demo-level sharpness and color!! I even want to plan a trip to those isles..

The packaging of P/E content really sucks, I spent 5 mins trying to remove those fragile P/E Discs from the case, other 3 cases are fine.

Overall, this is a very delicious feast about the nature&history of our Earth. 5 stars!!
Rating: 5 / 5

K. Pereira Says, in 2-1-2010 at 01:05:48 from     

This is a one of a kind product… a true keeper. You’ll see parts of this beautiful world that are breathtaking and awe inspiring. You’ll be amazed at the types of animals and creatures that exist in the remotest corners of the world and how they have adapted over millenia to their environment.

If you love watching documentaries, this will take you to the next level.
Rating: 5 / 5

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