DC 5 Film Collection Available on Blu-ray and DVD

Warner Bros. Home Video recently released a “DC 5 Film Collection” on Blu-ray and DVD containing “Man of Steel,” “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice,” “Suicide Squad,” “Wonder Woman,” and “Justice League”.

DC 5 Film Collection [Blu-ray]
Format: NTSC
Region: Region A/1
Number of discs: 3
Studio: WarnerBrothers
ASIN: B07CDVQTH8

DC 5-Film Collection 5pk [DVD]
Format: NTSC
Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only)
Number of discs: 3
Rated: R (Restricted)
Studio: WarnerBrothers
DVD Release Date: May 29, 2018
ASIN: B07BX5MPR1

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Marnoman
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Marnoman

Accch, yer okay. Thanks, though.

sundevil82
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sundevil82

It depresses me that I have no interest still in buying Suicide Squad or Justice League. JL was the first Superman feature film that I didn’t immediately buy not because I was making some sort of a statement, but because I wasn’t and am still not in a big rush to rewatch it. I caught suicide squad and JL on HBO a few times and that’s been enough for me. I bought the ultimate edition of BvS for the extra scenes and while it is better than the theatrical cut, I find it to be not very rewatchable outside of… Read more »

Marnoman
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Marnoman

Yeh, BvS was the first time I never bought a Superman film on DVD. I hardly count it as a Superman film anyway so it’s fine (Oooooooh BUUURNNN!). I just lost interest. I think big studios like Warner Bros rely too much on built in fan bases and seem to say “No matter, the fans will go watch, rewatch and purchase DVDs and Blu Rays of anything we throw at them!” which is simply not the case and I think they are beginning to realise this. Too little too late.

sundevil82
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sundevil82

I absolutely agree with you that the execs just assume we will consume anything. They clearly haven’t learned from superhero movie failures from the 80’s and 90’s. The answer has always been there. QUALITY. Quality story, quality director who respects the material, quality writer who stays true to the character. I believe BvS was supposed to initially be a proper sequel, but the execs panicked when MOS didn’t hit a billion (which is an absurd expectation) and haphazardly threw Batman in the sequel and made him the headliner to crack that marker. I have to admit that I was a… Read more »

redcape
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redcape

When SS came out on DVD and video I finally sat down and watched it. My conclusion was that it wasn’t any where’s near as deserved of all the negativity that got heaped on it. But with any of the movies, after watching them three or four times how many more times can you have a hard core desire to watch them again? Time in between watching them increases as well. As a side note, I would like to see the extended addition of SS.

sundevil82
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sundevil82

I actually enjoyed the movie the first and second time I saw it because the characters were great. The movie itself from a filmmaking perspective was awful. We had like 20-30 minutes of intros, generic villains, generic beam in the sky , tone shifts through out. I actually did let months pass by before catching it on HBO again and I must say that while not awful, it’s not very rewatchable for me. That’s usually how I judge a movie years later when I can just be completely honest with myself. Sure, I can go back and watch certain scenes… Read more »

sundevil82
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sundevil82

P.s… hot take… captain boomerang was the sneaky best character in the movie! I can’t believe the film made me like Jai Courtney!

SuperFunTime
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SuperFunTime

For some reason, putting all these movies together makes it feel like Phase 1 of Marvel. What I mean is that seeing these 5 movies that end with Justice League, particularly how Justice League ends, makes me feel like this chapter in the DC movies has ended.

A new chapter (or a Phase 2, like Marvel studios’ movies) begins with Aquaman, continues with Shazam and later the Wonder Woman sequel.

As I said, this is how I feel or how the situation feels to me. 🙂

redcape
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redcape

Maybe your right regarding, “this chapter”. But the reality is is that it was not supposed to to end like it did. They pulled the rug out from Snyder’s feet regarding the direction he was headed towards. What led up to the JL was not supposed to conclude the way it did. When they brought in JOssW the object appeared to be,…. end Snyder’s direction. That is why we have this uneasy feeling of where they’re going from here.

Spidey2878
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Spidey2878

I know that this might not make much sense, but I kind of feel that watchmen is part of this universe. I watched Wonder Woman, then I watched watchmen, followed by Man of steel. I sort of feel like its the proto justice league team. I know its an odd perception. I watched these films in that order because of a timeline. ww happens in world war 1, watchmen happens in the 70’s, and MoS happens more towards the present.