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Target.com has for their REDcard Holders: Terminator 2 Judgment Day (4K Ultra HD + Blu-ray + Digital HD) on sale for $9.88 (or $10.40 w/o REDcard). Shipping is free. Thanks persian_mafia

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This 4K movie gets 2.5 stars out of 5 on Blu-ray.com.
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Any other available 4k for $10. Thanks op.
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This 4K movie gets 2.5 stars out of 5 on Blu-ray.com.
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Real 4k if I recall correctly yes?
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Foe those on the fence, here is what blu ray,com had to say on the video aspect....audio was rated 4.5 out of 5

Terminator 2: Judgment Day is presented on 4K UHD courtesy of Lionsgate Films with a 2160p transfer in 2.40:1. Fans have long complained about Terminator 2: Judgment Day's previous home video releases, to the point that some are calling this title "cursed", but it's interesting to note that my colleague Martin Liebman actually gave the first Blu-ray release a 4.0 video rating, even while he complained that the entire transfer was on the lackluster side (several users who have contributed reviews to the site gave the release much lower marks). The two biggest issues most videophiles will have with this new release are the near absence of organic looking film grain and some tweaks to the palette that, for example, add a kind of greenish-teal tone to several scenes that never had them before. Some folks in our forum have complained about excessive sharpening as well, but I saw no really outrageous signs of haloing or other phenomena that would suggest overly aggressive digital tweaking in that particular regard. Now I may raise some hackles with this next statement, but if (and it's a big, maybe massive, if) you can accept the aforementioned two major changes, especially the lack of grain which now gives the entire presentation the sleek, smooth look of modern digital capture, there is definitely an uptick in detail in the 4K "restoration". Even with grain scrubbed, elements like the pock marks on Hamilton's cheek or fabrics of costumes have a decidedly precise and sharp appearance. When some of the "new, improved" grading techniques aren't on display, the palette is actually rather nice looking, and some of the intentionally colored scenes (for example, some of the POV "scan" shots from the Terminator's perspective) pop quite vividly. Fine detail is actually quite good in my estimation in the many outdoor scenes once Sarah has escaped from her "confinement". I'm sure some fans think that both the Blu-ray and 4K UHD discs deserve zero scores in the video department, but I'm actually kind of conflicted. This is revisionism, to be sure, and rather peculiar revisionism at that, but from a (hopefully) purely objective standpoint, to my eyes detail levels are in fact improved in the 4K version. For that reason, I'm splitting the difference and giving the 4K video a 2.5, indicating a barely passing grade. (I've slightly upped the rating for the 1080p Blu-ray, ironically because the lower resolution doesn't provide the same clarity in terms of the some of the deficits in grain and changes to the palette.)
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I read 4K T2 4K is only theater version without the added scenes.

The first T2 on DVD with 1920x1200 resolution was made to run on Windows. Problem is because it used non standard encoding as their early attempt to do HD, it's not possible to play that version on newer Windows.

T2 Skynet edition on Blu-ray used to have extra streaming bonus materials. The streaming contents added more bonus materials to the movie when the movie was played on Playstation3. But the streaming contents got discontinued almost 10 years ago.

There is a hidden code to enable another hidden edition of T2 movie on Skynet edition.
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realorfake4k.com says it's the real deal in terms of being true 4k. http://realorfake4k.com/my-produc...ement-day/
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Lacks the special edition scenes Frown
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For me is $17.20
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Lacks the special edition scenes Frown
I'm a huge T2 fan, but never cared much for the bonus scenes. They felt too cheesy. I prefer the theatrical version.
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the DNR (digital noise reduction) on this ruins it. its like watching wax figures act out a movie at times
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I'll be back.
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So, I tried to pricematch this deal in Target, right? But, I forgot my wallet in my car, right? So, I told the guy at the service desk, "aahhhl b baach."
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Shipping is 5.99, not sure if redcard gets you free shipping
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