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Pan
Secondo citydisc.ch, sarà disponibile in Blu-Ray dal 27 agosto prossimo. Sarà vero?

http://www.citydisc.ch/dvd/detail.cfm?lang...5&navid=155
GasGas
speriamo....
kekkomon
Ma se escono nella svizera italiana escono anche a noi?
Bristow
Uhmmm non ne sarei convinto...a noi tocca sempre aspettare...
Prince Philip
Finchè non lo vedo annunciato da qualche parte, anch'io dubito uscirà anche da noi a breve come in Svizzera ... basta vedere Oliver & Co. wink.gif (magari se avesse l'audio italiano ci sarebbero più speranze, anche se stiamo ancora aspettando i Blu Ray di HSM 1 e 2 che in Germania hanno da mesi con l'italiano wink.gif wink.gif )
Hiroe
lo svizzero è facile che abbia l'italiano, visto che una parte del paese parla italiano in tutto e per tutto... smile.gif
Bristow
Tanto non fremo per questo titolo che di certo non prenderò(a meno che non facciano una cofanetto con altri Pixar...)...
Hiroe
io ero sempre stata molto avversa a questo titolo per il tema trattato, mostri e roba varia, e avevo visto qualche spezzone che proprio non mi piaceva. L'altro giorno ho rivisto il tutto, e devo dire che non mi è affatto dispiaciuto! è dolcissima la storia di Boo e Sally, sembrano due nuovi Mowgli e Baloo! smile.gif continua a non essere tra i miei preferiti Pixar, ma mi sono ricreduta tantissimo smile.gif
stefra
Speriamo arrivi presto anche da noi! rolleyes.gif
Di solito se esce qualcosa per il mercato svizzero non dovrebbe tardare molto ad uscire anche da noi!
Speriamo che anche questa volta sia così!


Franci
kekkomon
Nel dvd di Supercuccioli nello spazio c'e' il trailer italiano.
Donald Duck
CITAZIONE (kekkomon @ 12/6/2009, 9:23) *
Nel dvd di Supercuccioli nello spazio c'e' il trailer italiano.

Davvero!? post-6-1111346575.gif
Qualcuno può postarlo?
Pan
Il trailer è incluso anche nell'edizione in blu-ray ma non viene comunciata la data d'uscita. sleep.gif
Prince Philip
CITAZIONE (Pan @ 12/6/2009, 14:41) *
Il trailer è incluso anche nell'edizione in blu-ray ma non viene comunciata la data d'uscita. sleep.gif


Allora, direbbe Cenerentola, "Sogna e spera fermamente" ... è la stessa storia di Taron e Oliver, si sa che usciranno, ma non quando wink.gif wink.gif
Potrebbero benissimi annunciare anche le Platinum del 2010-2011, secondo questo ragionamento, tanto la data non la sanno, quindi wink.gif wink.gif
Donald Duck
CITAZIONE (Prince Philip @ 12/6/2009, 15:00) *
Allora, direbbe Cenerentola, "Sogna e spera fermamente" ... è la stessa storia di Taron e Oliver, si sa che usciranno, ma non quando wink.gif wink.gif
Potrebbero benissimi annunciare anche le Platinum del 2010-2011, secondo questo ragionamento, tanto la data non la sanno, quindi wink.gif wink.gif


eheheh.gif eheheh.gif eheheh.gif
Bristow
Quoto... ;-D
Peter Pan 92
Nessun sito dice nulla, mah... unsure.gif
kekkomon
In arrivo il 2 settembre
fonte http://www.terminalvideo.com/tvweb/applica...ormato=BLUE-RAY
Bristow
Bene...ma quante uscite tutte in una volta...mamma mia...potevano diluirle....
kekkomon
http://www.videosystem.it/disney/
Donald Duck
Che bello quindi tutto è confermato!!
Però non c'erano anche altri mesi??
Esce tutto a settembre e credo che il mio portafoglio ne risentirà parecchio! wacko.gif
GasGas
ed è anche 2 dischi che bellezza smile.gif
Bristow
Quasi quasi lo prendo...non so..titoli come Monsters, A Bug's Life e Cars non mi piacciono...mi devo decidere...
Teoamez
Meraviglioso! Sarà subito mio! Con i prezzi che hanno tutti i BD dovrebbero avere 2 dischi. Secondo voi c'è la possibilità di 2 BD + 1 DVD come per Pinocchio?
stefra
post-6-1111346575.gif 2 settembre!!!!!!!!!!!!! clapclap.gif
Non pensavo che sarebbe uscito così presto!!!!!!!!Bene, è uno dei film della Pixar che preferisco! clapclap.gif
Franci
Pan
Finalmente, era ora! happy.gif Spero che la cover non sia definitiva...
Simon
Peccato che sarà solo in bd però.................
brancalion
CITAZIONE (Simon @ 7/7/2009, 0:21) *
Peccato che sarà solo in bd però.................


Ad ogni modo Simon......io personalmente ti consiglio di acquistarlo quando uscira' a settembre rolleyes.gif
brancalion
Anzi se fosse x me lo consiglierei a tutti
kekkomon
Contenuti extra
Disc 1

Intro (HD, 1 min) - An intro to the disc by Pete Docter, the director of 'Monsters, Inc.,' that teases what can be found on the disc. The bevy of features shown made me drool just a bit...the kid in me looked in wonder, but the adult in me soon realized how massive an undertaking this supplement package would be.


Audio Commentary - With Pete Docter, Andrew Stanton, John Lasseter, and Lee Unkrich. The crew discuss the origins of the film, their thoughts on the voice acting crew (of course, all praise), the changes made to the film and how they adapted to them, and more, in rapid succession, with no prolonged gaps in coverage. Like many a Uwe Boll commentary, the participants even pick up the phone and make a call. Unlike a Boll commentary, the call actually relates to the commentary track itself. A fast back and forth, with wide and ranging coverage.


Monsters, Inc.' Filmmakers Roundtable (HD, 21 min) - Pete Docter, Lee Unkrich, Darla K. Anderson, and Bob Peterson sit down at the cafe where many Pixar tales were dreamed up, to discuss the history of the film. They mostly focus on the story itself, how they came up with it (and tinkered with it, of course), and then move on to their favorite scenes, the changes characters took conceptually, voice recording details, and the events of 9/11. A lively conversation that feels half as long as it is.


Pixar Short- For the Birds (HD, 3 min) - With optional commentary. This Pixar Short is a bit on the bizarre side, though it looks absolutely gorgeous here in high def, with the scratches on the beaks showing clearly.


Short- Mike's New Car (HD, 3 min) - With optional commentary. Sadly, there is no English option for this short, be it spoken word or subtitles. This is more a slapsticky little ditty, so language shouldn't matter that much.


Pre-Menu Trailers - A generic Disney Promo, Disney Movie Rewards, Wall-E, Pinocchio, and High School Musical 3.


Disc 2

English Menu - This is worth noting here. The menu for disc 1 is in Japanese, while this disc sports an English menu system. Makes navigation that much easier, and makes me wonder if disc 2 will be identical, no matter what region it is released in.


Pixar Fun Factory Tour (SD, 4 min) - The beginning of a "Humans Only" subsection of the menu. A tour of Pixar, guided by John Lasseter and Docter. This feature shows one of the few companies out there that takes the idea of Neverland and puts it to real life use.


Story - This extra has four subsections. Story is King (SD, 2 min) covers the storyboarding process for those unaware of how films are made. Monsters are Real (SD, 1 min) covers the opinions of the cast and crew on what they think of real life monsters and their existence. Original Treatment (HD, 14 min) features an awesome alternative early sequence in the film with some gorgeous preliminary artwork! Lastly, Story Pitch: Back to work (SD, 4 min) shows the storyboard pitch of a sequence in the film that is very, very slow.


Banished Concepts (HD, 10 min) - A play all feature would have been nice...Five deleted scenes, with introduction by co-director Lee Unkrich, can be found here. They are all shown through very detailed conceptual art, with only one (Original Sulley Intro) being a full on animated (though only partially finished sequence). These scenes are flat lacking, so their exclusion from the film through the numerous drafts is far from criminal.


Storyboard to Film Comparison (HD, 15 min) - Three versions of a single scene, through storyboards, the finalized version, and a side by side comparison of the boards and the finalized version.


Art Gallery - Conveniently sorted with numerous pictures thumbnailed on the screen, this gallery can be broken up into pieces, or viewed as a whole (through the play all option). There are a multitude of images here, from finalized character designs to all stages of development, to elaborate story design shots, concept art of the sets, and lastly the posters and promo shots for the film.


Designing Monstropolis (SD, 3 min) - Co-director David Silverman hosts this feature that discusses the design process for the environment of the monster world, the ideas for how to create it, and why some areas were created as they were.


Set Dressing Info (SD, 3 min) - This feature discusses the cluttering up of the sets so that they look like they are actually lived in and have been lived in for some time. The examples of how they were made and altered were quite dry.


Location Flyarounds (SD, 7 min) - A collection of 360 degree or moving shots of sets is shown here, to highlight the areas in the film and their level of detail, without all the character clutter.


Monster File - This feature has two sections: Cast of Characters (SD, 6 min), which features the voice talent for the film, and character rundown analyzing each monster for the film, their motivations and personalities, and What Makes a Great Monster? (SD,1 min), which focuses on the Art Department workers who created the designs of the characters, both in shape and tint.


Animation - There are a ton of extras found in this sub-section! Animation Process (SD, 3 min) shows the progression from hand drawn storyboards to rough animatics, to finished product, while Early Tests (SD, 8 min) includes a series of looped bits of animation showing the progress the character design took over time. Opening Title Animation (SD, 2 min) looks at the opening sequence with the varying doors and the jazzy theme, Hard Parts (SD, 5 min) deals with the animation of more material objects, like clothing, or body parts, rather than the hair focus from the Earlier Tests extra, while Shots Department (SD, 2 min) is yet another look at the difficulties of animating particular items. Rounding out this section is Production Demonstration (SD) is a five part extra that shows the progression of a scene in the film (23-19!), with an intro from Unkrich.


Music & Sound - In Monster Song (SD, 3 min), Crystal and Goodman discuss and sing If I Didn't Have You, whileSound Design has sound designer Gary Rydstrom showing how silly little sounds like footstep pitter patter or tentacle slopping is added to the film.


Release (SD) - A collection of advertisements for 'Monsters, Inc.,' including two trailers, four television spots, and a focus on the toys and plush animals made from the film.


Wrap-Up (SD, 1 min) - A finale to the "tour" of Pixar. Nothing to see here.


New Monsters Adventures - The first extra in the "Monsters Only" section has three sections, the first being Monster TV Treats (SD, 1 min), which is a series of incredibly short spots of the characters in the film in random real life situations. Ponkickies 21 features a couple of games for children, in Japanese (though subtitles are available). It's safe to say this is the weirdest feature on this two disc set, bar none. A rock-paper-scissors game on goofballs is up first, while "lucky door game" made me want to bang my head against the door, despite the fact that it was far more subdued and less bizarre than the previous game. Last, and a bit more sane, is If I Didn't Have You Music Video features the song played to random clips of the film. Scary enough, this feels much like a fan clip compilation you'd find on Youtube to the newest Linkin Park monstrocity...I mean song.


Behind the Screams: On the Job with Mike & Sulley (SD, 2 min) - An interview with Mike and Sulley, about their jobs. If you watched the film, and all of the extras, and need this interview to understand the door system and the characters, you really need help. Even if you're five.


Orientation - Rounding out the extras is this three part section, with Welcome to Monsters, Inc. (SD, 1 min), an advertisement for the monster company in the film, Your First Day (SD, 3 min), a really funny mock advertisement for monsters in training, and History of the Monster World (HD, 1 min) is a neat little short detailing the differences between man and monster. A fantastic little ditty full of dry humor.




brancalion
CITAZIONE (kekkomon @ 14/7/2009, 9:12) *
Contenuti extra
Disc 1

Intro (HD, 1 min) - An intro to the disc by Pete Docter, the director of 'Monsters, Inc.,' that teases what can be found on the disc. The bevy of features shown made me drool just a bit...the kid in me looked in wonder, but the adult in me soon realized how massive an undertaking this supplement package would be.


Audio Commentary - With Pete Docter, Andrew Stanton, John Lasseter, and Lee Unkrich. The crew discuss the origins of the film, their thoughts on the voice acting crew (of course, all praise), the changes made to the film and how they adapted to them, and more, in rapid succession, with no prolonged gaps in coverage. Like many a Uwe Boll commentary, the participants even pick up the phone and make a call. Unlike a Boll commentary, the call actually relates to the commentary track itself. A fast back and forth, with wide and ranging coverage.


Monsters, Inc.' Filmmakers Roundtable (HD, 21 min) - Pete Docter, Lee Unkrich, Darla K. Anderson, and Bob Peterson sit down at the cafe where many Pixar tales were dreamed up, to discuss the history of the film. They mostly focus on the story itself, how they came up with it (and tinkered with it, of course), and then move on to their favorite scenes, the changes characters took conceptually, voice recording details, and the events of 9/11. A lively conversation that feels half as long as it is.


Pixar Short- For the Birds (HD, 3 min) - With optional commentary. This Pixar Short is a bit on the bizarre side, though it looks absolutely gorgeous here in high def, with the scratches on the beaks showing clearly.


Short- Mike's New Car (HD, 3 min) - With optional commentary. Sadly, there is no English option for this short, be it spoken word or subtitles. This is more a slapsticky little ditty, so language shouldn't matter that much.


Pre-Menu Trailers - A generic Disney Promo, Disney Movie Rewards, Wall-E, Pinocchio, and High School Musical 3.


Disc 2

English Menu - This is worth noting here. The menu for disc 1 is in Japanese, while this disc sports an English menu system. Makes navigation that much easier, and makes me wonder if disc 2 will be identical, no matter what region it is released in.


Pixar Fun Factory Tour (SD, 4 min) - The beginning of a "Humans Only" subsection of the menu. A tour of Pixar, guided by John Lasseter and Docter. This feature shows one of the few companies out there that takes the idea of Neverland and puts it to real life use.


Story - This extra has four subsections. Story is King (SD, 2 min) covers the storyboarding process for those unaware of how films are made. Monsters are Real (SD, 1 min) covers the opinions of the cast and crew on what they think of real life monsters and their existence. Original Treatment (HD, 14 min) features an awesome alternative early sequence in the film with some gorgeous preliminary artwork! Lastly, Story Pitch: Back to work (SD, 4 min) shows the storyboard pitch of a sequence in the film that is very, very slow.


Banished Concepts (HD, 10 min) - A play all feature would have been nice...Five deleted scenes, with introduction by co-director Lee Unkrich, can be found here. They are all shown through very detailed conceptual art, with only one (Original Sulley Intro) being a full on animated (though only partially finished sequence). These scenes are flat lacking, so their exclusion from the film through the numerous drafts is far from criminal.


Storyboard to Film Comparison (HD, 15 min) - Three versions of a single scene, through storyboards, the finalized version, and a side by side comparison of the boards and the finalized version.


Art Gallery - Conveniently sorted with numerous pictures thumbnailed on the screen, this gallery can be broken up into pieces, or viewed as a whole (through the play all option). There are a multitude of images here, from finalized character designs to all stages of development, to elaborate story design shots, concept art of the sets, and lastly the posters and promo shots for the film.


Designing Monstropolis (SD, 3 min) - Co-director David Silverman hosts this feature that discusses the design process for the environment of the monster world, the ideas for how to create it, and why some areas were created as they were.


Set Dressing Info (SD, 3 min) - This feature discusses the cluttering up of the sets so that they look like they are actually lived in and have been lived in for some time. The examples of how they were made and altered were quite dry.


Location Flyarounds (SD, 7 min) - A collection of 360 degree or moving shots of sets is shown here, to highlight the areas in the film and their level of detail, without all the character clutter.


Monster File - This feature has two sections: Cast of Characters (SD, 6 min), which features the voice talent for the film, and character rundown analyzing each monster for the film, their motivations and personalities, and What Makes a Great Monster? (SD,1 min), which focuses on the Art Department workers who created the designs of the characters, both in shape and tint.


Animation - There are a ton of extras found in this sub-section! Animation Process (SD, 3 min) shows the progression from hand drawn storyboards to rough animatics, to finished product, while Early Tests (SD, 8 min) includes a series of looped bits of animation showing the progress the character design took over time. Opening Title Animation (SD, 2 min) looks at the opening sequence with the varying doors and the jazzy theme, Hard Parts (SD, 5 min) deals with the animation of more material objects, like clothing, or body parts, rather than the hair focus from the Earlier Tests extra, while Shots Department (SD, 2 min) is yet another look at the difficulties of animating particular items. Rounding out this section is Production Demonstration (SD) is a five part extra that shows the progression of a scene in the film (23-19!), with an intro from Unkrich.


Music & Sound - In Monster Song (SD, 3 min), Crystal and Goodman discuss and sing If I Didn't Have You, whileSound Design has sound designer Gary Rydstrom showing how silly little sounds like footstep pitter patter or tentacle slopping is added to the film.


Release (SD) - A collection of advertisements for 'Monsters, Inc.,' including two trailers, four television spots, and a focus on the toys and plush animals made from the film.


Wrap-Up (SD, 1 min) - A finale to the "tour" of Pixar. Nothing to see here.


New Monsters Adventures - The first extra in the "Monsters Only" section has three sections, the first being Monster TV Treats (SD, 1 min), which is a series of incredibly short spots of the characters in the film in random real life situations. Ponkickies 21 features a couple of games for children, in Japanese (though subtitles are available). It's safe to say this is the weirdest feature on this two disc set, bar none. A rock-paper-scissors game on goofballs is up first, while "lucky door game" made me want to bang my head against the door, despite the fact that it was far more subdued and less bizarre than the previous game. Last, and a bit more sane, is If I Didn't Have You Music Video features the song played to random clips of the film. Scary enough, this feels much like a fan clip compilation you'd find on Youtube to the newest Linkin Park monstrocity...I mean song.


Behind the Screams: On the Job with Mike & Sulley (SD, 2 min) - An interview with Mike and Sulley, about their jobs. If you watched the film, and all of the extras, and need this interview to understand the door system and the characters, you really need help. Even if you're five.


Orientation - Rounding out the extras is this three part section, with Welcome to Monsters, Inc. (SD, 1 min), an advertisement for the monster company in the film, Your First Day (SD, 3 min), a really funny mock advertisement for monsters in training, and History of the Monster World (HD, 1 min) is a neat little short detailing the differences between man and monster. A fantastic little ditty full of dry humor.

GRAZIE!!!!!!!!! clapclap.gif
Prince Philip
Perchè non evitiamo di quotare topic così lunghi???? Si allunga la discussione per nessun motivo wink.gif wink.gif
Mad Hatter
Concordo con Leo...

Volevo dirtelo ma non volevo che mi scambiassi per un antipatico...
Cheeky
Chi ha l'edizione in dvd vecchia può dirmi se gli extra ci sono tutti e quali sono invece quelli nuovi che hanno aggiunto?
Grazie mille Saluto.gif
Simon
CITAZIONE (brancalion @ 8/7/2009, 12:37) *
Ad ogni modo Simon......io personalmente ti consiglio di acquistarlo quando uscira' a settembre rolleyes.gif


No Simo, non posso, ma grazie del consiglio wink.gif Comunque di sicuro non andrà fuori catalogo, quindi lo posso anche comprare fra qualche anno!! biggrin.gif
brancalion
CITAZIONE (Simon @ 14/7/2009, 23:04) *
No Simo, non posso, ma grazie del consiglio wink.gif Comunque di sicuro non andrà fuori catalogo, quindi lo posso anche comprare fra qualche anno!! biggrin.gif

E va bene pazienza laugh.gif
brancalion
Ma sara' in Amaray?
Prince Philip
CITAZIONE (brancalion @ 21/7/2009, 20:54) *
Ma sara' in Amaray?


Inutile chiederlo, fino all'uscita tutti i DVD e BluRay sono in amarey: la slipcase capita ogni tanto, e solo con i titoli che pare alla Disney ... non credo che Monster l'avrà, comunque wink.gif wink.gif
Simon
CITAZIONE (Prince Philip @ 21/7/2009, 21:58) *
Inutile chiederlo, fino all'uscita tutti i DVD e BluRay sono in amarey: la slipcase capita ogni tanto, e solo con i titoli che pare alla Disney ... non credo che Monster l'avrà, comunque wink.gif wink.gif


Lo credo anche io rolleyes.gif
brancalion
CITAZIONE (Prince Philip @ 21/7/2009, 21:58) *
Inutile chiederlo, fino all'uscita tutti i DVD e BluRay sono in amarey: la slipcase capita ogni tanto, e solo con i titoli che pare alla Disney ... non credo che Monster l'avrà, comunque wink.gif wink.gif

Ho capito....Grazie clapclap.gif
zodran
Si accettano scommesse: quale sarà il primo BR Disney italiano ad uscire in steelbook, o comunque con un packaging di pregio? Roftl.gif

In Biancaneve we trust... pray.gif
brancalion
CITAZIONE (zodran @ 22/7/2009, 16:39) *
In Biancaneve we trust... pray.gif

Speriamo rolleyes.gif
Bristow
Mahh non ci conterei...
brancalion
CITAZIONE (Bristow @ 23/7/2009, 12:24) *
Mahh non ci conterei...

Sperare non costa niente happy.gif
Prince Philip
eheheh.gif eheheh.gif eheheh.gif eheheh.gif
Ma figuriamoci se fanno una SteelBook o una digipack per il BluRay di Biancaneve???? eheheh.gif eheheh.gif
Sarà tantissimo avere una slipcase, altrochè wink.gif wink.gif
Scrooge McDuck
QUOTE (Cheeky @ 14/7/2009, 12:58) *
Chi ha l'edizione in dvd vecchia può dirmi se gli extra ci sono tutti e quali sono invece quelli nuovi che hanno aggiunto?
Grazie mille Saluto.gif


ti scrivo i contenuti nella de luxe 2 dvd:
disco 1
- anteprima del film Alla ricerca di Nemo
- commento audio dei realizzatori del film

disco 2
- fuori scena
- cortometraggio animato "pennuti spennati"
- cortometraggio animato "la nuova macchina di mike"
- il gioco della porta di boo
- disney storytime: benvenuti a mostropoli
- concetti scartati, materiale scartato
- solo mostri
- solo umani
- commento audio dei realizzatori del film
- la pixar
- confronto storyboard/film
- gli archivi dei mostri
- i disegni dei personaggi
- design
- la grafica di mostropoli
- animazione
- musica e suono
- trailer e spot televisivi

..spero ti sia utile wink.gif
Donald Duck
Grazie per l'informazione Kekko!! wink.gif
Darken McMahon
Perchè non esce anche in dvd??? Arrabbiato3.gif
kekkomon
Il blu ray conterrà anche un dvd.
scrooge4
QUOTE (Simon @ 14/7/2009, 23:04) *
Comunque di sicuro non andrà fuori catalogo, quindi lo posso anche comprare fra qualche anno!! biggrin.gif


Questo è difficile da dire. In dvd l'edizione monodisco è stata ristampata più volte ed è ancora disponibile. La 2 dischi digipack andò fuori catalogo molto presto.
Prince Philip
CITAZIONE (kekkomon @ 17/8/2009, 12:14) *
Il blu ray conterrà anche un dvd.


Mah, secondo me sarà la ristampa della vecchia edizione monodisco wink.gif wink.gif wink.gif
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