When will the remaining James Bond 007 movies be released on Blu-ray?

rocky68

The last complete DVD release of the first 20 films used 2K and 4K restorations by Lowry Digital.So it seems strange only to release 6 of the 20 on Blu-ray.
How could I play Blu-ray on my Mac?

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jimlynch
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Bah. Who cares about James Bond? I want Xena and Hercules to be released in a higher resolution than the crappy DVD versions that came out a while back.

Really, the Warrior Princess could beat the stuffing out of wussy James Bond. She'd nail him with her chakrum before he could even do anything. ;)

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It depends on the economy. The demand for "catalog" titles on DVD and bluray has declined quite a bit over the past three years. They may push more Bond blurays out when the next Bond comes out to help promote the movie... But it depends on the bookkeepers.

As far as I know, you will need the Mac Blu-Ray Player (or similar) and an external bluray drive for your Mac.It will read a Blu-ray disc from an attached drive and play it in Mac OS X.

http://www.macblurayplayer.com/how-to-play-a-bluray-disc-on-mac.htm

 

monique424
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we know bluray is great, you can search on the internet and you will get it.www.blu-ray.com

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