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Excellent 4k quality, especially raiders which I first saw in the pictures when I was ten, when it first came out. Packaging not so good. Dolby vision is the one to go for on the options, which wasn't an option for another related very expensive box set, However, cheap and flimsy packaging which will no doubt be damaged after watching them for a second time.
Buying your favorite movies in 4K after having already purchased them on Blu-Ray and DVD (and even VHS) can feel like a real gamble. Has the studio really done the work to make the movie excel in the new format? Paramount in particular is pretty well known for sub-par double dips (ahem, Star Trek films!).
Well, you can set those fears to rest here. I have never seen as big a jump in quality from Blu-Ray to 4K, and never felt better about a triple dip than this one.
Video quality is significantly upgraded in nearly every area. Blacks are no longer crushed, revealing oodles of detail in cloth textures, dark suits, and shadows. Colors no longer show flushed hot faces, instead showing beautiful, even skin tones. Motion is also handled better, with less judder. Aliasing is no longer evident on some diagonal lines as it was in the Blu-Ray.
One of the most amazing upgrades to the visual is in the 1980s-era optical effects. Previously, optical composite shots (in which several elements are filmed separately and then layered into a new image - for instance the mining cart chase in Temple or the plane crashing into the tunnel in Crusade) showed prominent black matte lines and diminished detail and shadow levels. Paramount has apparently taken all of those original filmed elements and recomposited them digitally instead of optically, eliminating all of the characteristic defects of the original process from the period (similar effects cleanup work was done on Star Trek TNG). Scenes such as the blimp and plane chase in Last Crusade take on a whole new life and level of detail.
The movies have never looked this good, not even in the theater. Audio is fine, at least as good as the previous Blu-Ray. The extras are largely the same as previous editions. The packaging is subpar - far cheaper and less attractive than the Blu-Ray edition.
But all in all, this is the rare 4K release that definitively trounces any Blu-Ray edition. It's one of the biggest upgrades I've ever seen in my own history of buying double and triple dips.
米国版「Indiana Jones 4-Movie Collection」(4UHD+BD)、これで充分です。本編4UHD全て日本語字幕、日本語吹替音声を選択可能です。ディスクのデザインは国内版と異なりますが、特典のMapも付属してます。ボーナスBDには日本語字幕はありません。公式WEBによると日本版9枚組の本編BDは新たにレストアしたものではなく、既発売BDと同一とのことですので、この米国版UHDボックスで十分。BDがセットになっていない分、低価格ですし。いい加減、国内版UHDもBDとのセットをやめてUHD単独販売して欲しいものです。
This is the first 4K disc (or set) I've ordered that DID NOT include a copy of the movie in BluRay. And I've purchased well over 100 4K discs. Yes. If you carefully read the Indiana Jones 4K movie set description, nowhere does it mention it includes BluRay copies of the movies. I just assumed (my fault) this 4K set was like every other 4K movie I've purchased over the past two years, and it included the BluRay copies. Nope. It does NOT. So if you purchased individual BluRay copies in the past, DON'T discard them or give them away as I have done with mine. They will become your back-up copies in the event something happens to the 4K discs. This set is currently pretty high priced for four movies, especially since it does not include BluRay copies of the movies. Thanks Paramount. Guess I will not be purchasing any more of your 4K ONLY movies in the future.
Digital sharpening throughout the first two films, then covered with digital grain. I noticed in the establishing scenes where that were mostly matte paintings, the grain didn't move where, in other scenes it's moving quite a bit. There was also some annoying flickering going on in some high-contrast scenes that is embedded in the transfer. The Atmos sound is really the best thing about the films, but not so great that the previous editions wouldn't be enough. FYI, this is the 4K discs only, no Blu Ray companions. Way too expensive for this set because of this. Wait until it's under $50.