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  1. kiskiboy97
    08-28-2014 02:36 PM
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    Paramount could have just as easily released all these Into Darkness extras the first time around. Remember, they also notoriously double dipped with Pain & Gain and left the entire original release bare bones and re-released with around an hour's worth of featurettes. I love Paramount. I think they make great movies and the A/V quality on their new releases is top notch. But I'm disappointed how they handled this, rebate or no. Sorry, I'm firm in that stance. This is a great release all-around. I just don't see the value for people who already own both titles, not at this price.
  2. kiskiboy97
    08-28-2014 02:34 PM
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    Hi DisgruntledNinja,

    I actually find this more disappointing. Paramount included no voucher inside the Compendium packaging advertising the rebate. If they wanted to serve as many customers as possible, I would think they would have included one, in addition to placing an advertising sticker on the shrink wrap, as studios often do when, say, free movie ticket vouchers are included inside.

    Also, I wasn't so much upset about the double dip (though I always hate when customers have to buy something twice) as I was the pricing and lack of new extras on the first movie. I was more upset that people are paying over $30 and are forced to buy two movies when only one of them has new features.

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