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The Incredibles (Blu-ray)

Featuring: Craig T. Nelson, Holly Hunter & Samuel L. Jackson

Format: Blu-ray | Rating: Universal Suitable for All

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  Languages and Verdict

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Blu-Ray all zone

Ratio of the feature film:

Languages of the feature film:
- DTS Master Audio 6.1: English
- DTS 6.1: Castilian Spanish
- Dolby 6.1: Hindi, Catalan, Portuguese
- Dolby 2.0: English Audio Descriptive Service and 2 commentaries

Subtitles for the feature film:
- Castilian Spanish, Portuguese, English and English and English for the Hearing Impaired
The 2 commentaries are subtitled in English, Castilian Spanish and Portuguese.

Speaking about quality (Image and sound), it is 100% perfect with several bonus including some amazing short movies by the same team.
But what is good about this edition, the short movies also have languages options for the children:
@ Boundin'
- Languages: English, castilian Spanish, Portuguese, Hindi, Catalan and a Commentary
- Subtitles for the commentary only: Castilian Spanish and Portuguese
@ Jack-Jack Attack
- Languages: English, Castilian Spanish, Portuguese and a Visual Commentary

A must-own.

  simply incredible

| | See all jeweller35's reviews (8)

we all know what a great film this is, this review is of the blu ray, i have the usa region free version, and if you thought the quality of the dvd couldnt get better, think again, colours scream off the screen, the scene where Mr incredible and the robot first fight, the lave just pops right out at you (almost like 3d, its that vivid), but for me, it is the quiter scenes that really have been improved, like when Mr incredible is talking to the old lady near the beginning, on dvd the picture had the slighest flicker, not anymore, rock solid on blu ray, and as for the sound, the DTS master matches the picture, so much more ambient sound effects now, than the dvd did not or could not pick up on, bass is up there with anything out today, sonic depth reaches new heights (check out the scene where elasta girl is flying the plane, and the rockets are about to hit), bottom line, simply the best pixar blu ray release to date, and thats saying something i know, roll on finding nemo

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