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X-Men Trilogy (BLU-RAY)
A VERY VERY VERY FINE HOUSE

The Mansion used as the Xavier school, is the same one Billy and his family lived in in Billy Madison.

Comic book movies just lend themselves to the high definition format.  After waiting impatiently for a few years, Fox has finally released the X-Men trilogy on blu-ray, timed in conjunction with the spinoff, X-Men Origins: Wolverine.

QUALITY:
Excellent.  The picture is crystal clar and the sound will rattle your speakers.

BONUS FEATURES:
X-Men: Digital Copy, featurettes, commentary, deleted scenes, documentary, trailers.
X2: X-Men United: Digital Copy, featurettes, commentary, deleted scenes, behind-the-scenes, trailers.
X-Men: The Last Stand: Digital Copy, featurettes, commentary, production diary, deleted scenes, trailers, blogs.

The box set is aesthetically pleasing in a TV on DVD looking format.  You slide it out and it has the three movies in individual plastic cases which is nice if you don't want to have the box on your shelf.  The quality of all three of these films are fantastic and the special features are ridiculously heavy and satisfying.  342 minutes of X-Men movie (for better or worse), countless hours of special features, great quality, nice looking box and digital copies.  What more could you want?

Peter Oberth
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