I don't understand why an extended or collector's edition wouldn't be put out when the blu-ray initially comes out. Why wait months, Hobbit first came to home video in March, to grace fans with something they would have bought way back when. Is it really so cynical that movie studios really expect fans to purchase the film twice or are they hoping for some cheap marketing or just a bit of both.
|1. The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey|
The extended edition comes out with something around 20 extra minutes of footage thrown into the mix. The Lord of the Rings extended films were usually worth the value thanks to hours worth of behind the scenes footage in addition to the new scenes. I'm still not sure if The Hobbit series of films will be worth my time to get into like I did with LOTR.
|2. White House Down|
Roland Emmerich could almost do no wrong before he made the 1998 Godzilla. Since then he's been struggling to find his action movie voice again and White House Down was a good start. It won't win any awards but for a summer action film it seemed to live up to what it promised. You wanna see Jamie Foxx and Channing Tatum protect the White House? Then this movie is for you.
|3. Grown Ups 2|
A sequel to one of the worst films ever is now available for your home improvement needs. Need a sturdy disc to put underneath a wobbly table or chair? How about a gag gift for a good friend or for someone you don't really like? No matter the reason don't buy this movie in hopes of watching and enjoying. You won't like what you get.