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Old 07-03-2015, 06:02 PM   #3881
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Yes, for the 5 theatrical movie only release. If that's what you then it's not a bad price right now though it has been a little lower

The anthology set with 7 version (adds extended S1, Donner S2) plus all the Bonus material on disc 8. The 8 disc UK set is unfortunately not that cheap now. Relative to the identical US release it's still cheap, but I think Amazon UK finally exhausted it's back inventory a couple months ago when Anthology was selling routinely for absurd price of $15-18. It's been OOS at amazon Uk for a couple months now though you can get it through 3rd party Amazon US for low $30's or the Italian set for $28
So I went ahead and pulled the trigger on the Anthology set. I just have to have both version of I and II. I can't wait to get this in now. Superman I is so epic in scope and is still one of the greatest superhero films ever.

I remember being a Superman freak when I was a kid. Part II was my first movie in the theater, and I remember getting commemorative cups from Burger King or McDonalds when it came out. I wish I still had those.
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Old 07-03-2015, 07:07 PM   #3882
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I remember being a Superman freak when I was a kid. Part II was my first movie in the theater, and I remember getting commemorative cups from Burger King or McDonalds when it came out. I wish I still had those.
I've never seen Superman II cups before. I know there were 4 different glasses sold to commemorate the first film but they were through Pepsi and would not have been sold through Burger King or McDonalds who have been Coke loyalists. They were sold in restaurants, just not those.
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Old 07-05-2015, 01:08 AM   #3884
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I've never seen Superman II cups before. I know there were 4 different glasses sold to commemorate the first film but they were through Pepsi and would not have been sold through Burger King or McDonalds who have been Coke loyalists. They were sold in restaurants, just not those.
I believe back then Burger King was a Pepsi loyalist (as was Wendy's) because McDonald's was Coke, so BK carrying the glasses would be plausible. It wasn't until after PepsiCo bought KFC, Taco Bell & Pizza Hut and made Pepsi the house soda at those chains that BK & Wendy's switched to Coke, largely because they saw Pepsi as a competitor. (Pepsi's loss of outside fast-food contracts was a big reason why they spun off those chains as Yum! Brands.)
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Just got around to watching Superman 3 for the first time in YEARS!

Dear LORD that was a miserable experience. What a TERRIBLE film.
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Just got around to watching Superman 3 for the first time in YEARS!

Dear LORD that was a miserable experience. What a TERRIBLE film.
The stupid slapstick opening and Richard Pryor are the two worst things about the movie.

The best thing about this movie is Robert Vaughn, I have a soft spot for him... he's awesome.

It would have been fun to see Christopher Reeve play an evil Superman for an entire movie. Particularly if they could have adapted Hank Henshaw/Cyborg Superman into a movie.

Also Robot lady gave me nightmares when I was little.
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The stupid slapstick opening and Richard Pryor are the two worst things about the movie.
This. I like Pryor, but his strengths lay in a completely different (and preferably unapologetically R-rated) type of film. Superman should never have to play second fiddle in his own movie.

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Also Robot lady gave me nightmares when I was little.
Oh, good god yes. Little kid me both loved and hated that part. Sooo creepy and disturbing.
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This. I like Pryor, but his strengths lay in a completely different (and preferably unapologetically R-rated) type of film. Superman should never have to play second fiddle in his own movie.
Yeah, Superman should always be the star when his name is in the title. Makes me wonder why they thought a Richard Pryor movie featuring Superman was a good idea.


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Oh, good god yes. Little kid me both loved and hated that part. Sooo creepy and disturbing.
I think that was the first time I had encountered something that scared me in a movie as a child.
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Leave it to the Salkinds and Spengler for hiring back the genius writing team of David and Leslie Newman.

I remember watching and interview where they proudly said:

Wouldn't it be wonderful to have Richard Pryor appear in a Superman movie.
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I haven't sat and watched 3 or 4 in their entirety since I'm probably 8 or 9 years old (and I've got the blu-ray set sitting on my shelf) but if I had to guess, I'd say that i enjoy 4 more than 3 simply because I remember watching it more as a kid. Granted, parts 1 and 2 got the most repeat viewing as a kid, but 4 was on tv all the time so I ended up watching it a lot.

Then I discovered a....project someone made that does...something with parts 3 and 4, and all was right with the world.
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I finally received the Anthology in the mail yesterday. There's a guy selling them for $32 on Amazon. It's the UK version but that's fine. It's still a fantastic price and such a great set. I'm so glad I have both cuts of I and II and Blu-ray now!

Regarding Superman III, one of the funniest reviews I ever seen read..."Charlie Chaplin inspired intro, followed by 2 hours of dogsh*t."
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The stupid slapstick opening and Richard Pryor are the two worst things about the movie.

The best thing about this movie is Robert Vaughn, I have a soft spot for him... he's awesome.

It would have been fun to see Christopher Reeve play an evil Superman for an entire movie. Particularly if they could have adapted Hank Henshaw/Cyborg Superman into a movie.

Also Robot lady gave me nightmares when I was little.
The best things about Superman lll are Robert Vaughn and the junkyard brawl between bad Supes and Clark Kent!!! Chris Reeve played evil Superman superbly IMO!!!!! fantastic performance!
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The best thing about Superman III, is that it isn't Superman IV.
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I haven't sat and watched 3 or 4 in their entirety since I'm probably 8 or 9 years old (and I've got the blu-ray set sitting on my shelf) but if I had to guess, I'd say that i enjoy 4 more than 3 simply because I remember watching it more as a kid. Granted, parts 1 and 2 got the most repeat viewing as a kid, but 4 was on tv all the time so I ended up watching it a lot.

Then I discovered a....project someone made that does...something with parts 3 and 4, and all was right with the world.
What was that project? Superman 3 is a guilty pleasure of mine.
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The best thing about Superman III, is that it isn't Superman IV.
I'm sorry bro, I have a soft spot and still enjoy Superman lV. Childhood nostalgia I guess.
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