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    Shout! Factory has this slated for a UHD release on 12/5/23.

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    Rock! Shock! Pop!

  • #2
    Bout damn time. Love this one. Will definitely pick it up.

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    • #3
      this song is the worst thing in this movie

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      • #4
        Here's the full press release with extras.

        SURFS UP! THE FAN FAVORITE POINT BREAK TO BE RELEASED ON 4K ULTRA HDTM + BLU-RAYTM IN A NEW COLLECTOR’S EDITION TO BE RELEASED DECEMBER 5, 2023

        Shout! Select proudly presents Point Break (Collector’s Edition) for release on December 5. The adrenaline-filled fan favorite is featured here in all its glory on 4K Ultra HD™ and Blu-ray™, with special features including a NEW master and restoration from a 2023 4K scan of the interpositive in Dolby Vision.

        Fans ordering from ShoutFactory.com will receive an exclusive 18 x 24 rolled poster featuring the original theatrical artwork available while supplies last.

        Hang ten and hang tough, Johnny. Rookie FBI agent Johnny Utah is learning to ride the waves. His mission: infiltrate a group of extreme surfers who may be the bank robbers known as the Ex-Presidents, and whose MO includes wearing masks of former White House denizens. Keanu Reeves portrays Johnny, Patrick Swayze plays charismatic thrill seeker Bodhi, and Oscar®-winning* director Kathryn Bigelow delivers an adrenaline rush of gnarly rides, skydives and danger in Point Break!

        *2009: Best Achievement in Directing, The Hurt Locker

        Point Break (Collector’s Edition)
        DISC ONE
        4K ULTRA HD: 2160p Ultra High-Definition HDR Widescreen (2.35:1)/English DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1, 2.0

        DISC TWO
        BLU-RAY: 1080p High-Definition Widescreen (2.35:1)/English DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1, 2.0
        English SDH Subtitles/1991/Color/Approximate Feature Running Time +/- 122 Minutes
        4K Ultra HD with Dolby Vision HDR playback requires Dolby Vision-capable Ultra HD Blu-ray Disc Player and Dolby Vision-capable 4K Ultra HD Television.

        SPECIAL FEATURES:

        DISC ONE (4K UHD):
        • NEW Master And Restoration From A 2023 4K Scan Of The Interpositive In Dolby Vision

        DISC TWO (BLU-RAY™):

        • NEW Master And Restoration From A 2023 4K Scan Of The Interpositive
        • Additional Scenes
        • 4 Featurettes
        • Theatrical Trailer

        About Shout! Studios
        Launched in 2003, Shout! Studios is a multiplatform media company specializing in film and TV distribution, development, and production. The company has evolved with the changing entertainment landscape to excel in all forms of content distribution, including theatrical, digital streaming, broadcast and in-flight licensing, physical media, and more. Shout! Studios owns and manages a large portfolio of contemporary and classic feature films, series, animation, and documentaries. The company’s creative acquisition mandate has established it as a leading independent distributor, with partners and properties including Aardman Animations, ALF, The Carol Burnett Show, Stephen J. Cannell Productions, The Johnny Carson Show, the Roger Corman New Horizons Pictures Library, GKIDS, ITV Studios, LAIKA Studios, Mystery Science Theater 3000 (in partnership with creator Joel Hodgson), and Sesame Street, alongside many others. Shout! Kids focuses on live-action and animated kids and family properties including anime, and the company releases genre and horror films and television shows under the Scream Factory imprint. Shout! Studios also produces, acquires, and distributes new films, and operates the acclaimed streaming service Shout! TV and its family of FAST channels. Shout! Studios is based in Los Angeles, California. For more on Shout! Studios, visit ShoutStudios.com
        Rock! Shock! Pop!

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        • #5
          Damn. I said I was picking it up for sure, but now I'll have to wait for a sale a) because it's Shout and will cost a billion dollars here and b) because no new extras.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Mark Tolch View Post
            Damn. I said I was picking it up for sure, but now I'll have to wait for a sale a) because it's Shout and will cost a billion dollars here and b) because no new extras.
            Yeah, thanks to those factors it will be a digital buy for me, if anything.

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            • #7
              Need to revisit this as all I can remember is a very well shot foot chase and Reeves struggling in his scenes, particularly when up against a showboating Busey.

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              • #8
                Watched it for the first time recently. I can see why it's a cult film, but, man, is it awfully silly.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Darcy Parker View Post

                  Yeah, thanks to those factors it will be a digital buy for me, if anything.
                  I'm in the same boat. For a guy who said, "Physical copies or die!!!", I sure own a lot of digital stuff lol

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Mark Tolch View Post

                    I'm in the same boat. For a guy who said, "Physical copies or die!!!", I sure own a lot of digital stuff lol
                    I am honestly contemplating a future of only cheap imports and Apple digital purchases for my movies. It has just become way too much of a hassle to get anything for a reasonable price in this country anymore.

                    I really miss the days of the Walmart dump bins full of Anchor Bay stuff for $5.
                    Darcy Parker
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                    Last edited by Darcy Parker; 10-24-2023, 03:37 PM.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Darcy Parker View Post

                      I am honestly contemplating a future of only cheap imports and Apple digital purchases for my movies. It has just become way too much of a hassle to get anything for a reasonable price in this country anymore.

                      I really miss the days of the Walmart dump bins full of Anchor Bay stuff for $5.
                      Ha! Yes! Those were the days.

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