Stargate 15th Anniversary Edition

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Item Type: BLU-RAY DVD Movie
Item Rating: PG13
Street Date: 10/27/09
Wide Screen: yes
Director Cut: no
Special Edition: no
Language: ENGLISH
Foreign Film: noSubtitles: no
Dubbed: no
Full Frame: no
Re-Release: no
Packaging: Sleeve… More >>

Stargate 15th Anniversary Edition

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  1. Is there any reason to buy this supposed ‘special’ edition if you already own the first Blu Ray release? Absolutely not.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  2. I ordered this latest Blu Ray copy, But it did not work after the previews the movie did not boot up. I retuned that one and they sent me another one that did the same thing. I tried both disks on both of my Blu Ray players that had a soft where updatethis year, and all other blu ray disks work just fine.

    I will try to order again in December, hopefully they will have a new batch by than and I will get one that works.

    Rating: 1 / 5

  3. This is an interesting approach, a review from someone who has seen the disc itself, unlike the first four reviews. Although I do agree that MGM could have built a new studio from the income from the multiple releases of this title. The first two were sub-par quality releases that were not anamorphic. The third release included the both versions and were animorphic. They were a big step up but clearly atleast the second release was strictly for the money. The final DVD release prior to this one, did not include the Theatrical version. Stargate was one of the first film on Blu-Ray as it first appeared in 2006. It contains no extra features and has only a DTS soundtrack, which is actually quite good. How does the new release compare to the first BR? Unfortunately, the image quality is UNCHANGED. It appears to be the identical transfer as the 2006 version. The new release does include the theatrical version, which in my opinion, is superior. The Extended Version gives away the plot to early and repeats a screne or two. I also like that in the theatrical release, when the general must decide whether to include Dr. Jackson on the mission, Kurt Russell with his back to the camera says “It’s Your Call”, instead of “He’s full of S….” which he says in the extended version. The sound is slightly improved on the anniversary edition and it does include about 2 hours of bonus stuff. If you simply like the film and are not interested in the bonus features and the Extended version is the one you like, there is not image quality improvement so I would say, do not waste your money. Since I like the Theatrical version, I invested in the new one.
    Rating: 3 / 5

  4. Stargate 15th Anniversary Edition [Blu-ray] After playing about a 150 BR’s this is the first one that does not play but the previews.. It won’t let me enter in Theatrical Version,Extented or even Scene Selection…


    Rating: 5 / 5

  5. Dr. Daniel Jackson (James Spader of “Wolf” 1994 popularity) does the unthinkable by even suggesting that The Ancient Egyptian Civilization may have been influenced by outside influences, very outside influences. This runs off all inquiries to his theories.

    But wait it looks like some one is interested in his cryptology abilities. Catherine Langford (Viveca Lindfors) had a secret that her daddy found years ago. Her secret will change the life of Daniel and Col. Jonathan ‘Jack’ O’Neil (Kurt Russell). Turns out that they will have a mission that will take them on a sojourn to the other end of the known universe. We go with them. What will we find and will we be able to bet back?

    Ra Ra Ra


    I will not compare media distributions however now Blue-ray and extended versions have become the common and not an exception.

    Rating: 5 / 5

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