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Reviews for all three Toy Story 4K UHDs - https://www.doblu.com/tag/toy-story-4k/

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It's been a long time since i've read the comments on a 4K SD thread... people are still worried about this?

Real 4K vs. Fake 4K means jack shit. I own over 200 4K movies, and to this day the best looking film (documentaries aside) in my collection is Pacific Rim, in all its fake 4K glory. I've watched plenty of real 4k films with less clarity and detail than most fake 4k films. A good transfer will look good whether its native or upscaled, and a bad one will look bad regardless, making this an absolutely pointless metric when trying to determine if a 4K copy is worth the upgrade and/or extra cost. Then there is the fact that when it comes to 4K movies, HDR is almost always the more meaningful improvement anyway.

These are a great upgrade over the blu's if you have the right TV and enjoy these movies. If you don't have the right TV, or you don't enjoy these movies, you probably aren't reading this. This is a good price for three Disney films.
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Still, the HDR on these pop and they're a definite upgrade from the Blu-ray. Not all 2K upscaled 4Ks are trash.
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Great post OP but I still have a hard time with 50 for 3 older films. I know, it's Disney. Haha
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These are all fake 4K as an FYI:
https://4kmedia.org/real-or-fake-4k/6/
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These are all fake 4K as an FYI:
https://4kmedia.org/real-or-fake-4k/6/
Still, the HDR on these pop and they're a definite upgrade from the Blu-ray. Not all 2K upscaled 4Ks are trash.
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These are all fake 4K as an FYI:
https://4kmedia.org/real-or-fake-4k/6/
It's been a long time since i've read the comments on a 4K SD thread... people are still worried about this?

Real 4K vs. Fake 4K means jack shit. I own over 200 4K movies, and to this day the best looking film (documentaries aside) in my collection is Pacific Rim, in all its fake 4K glory. I've watched plenty of real 4k films with less clarity and detail than most fake 4k films. A good transfer will look good whether its native or upscaled, and a bad one will look bad regardless, making this an absolutely pointless metric when trying to determine if a 4K copy is worth the upgrade and/or extra cost. Then there is the fact that when it comes to 4K movies, HDR is almost always the more meaningful improvement anyway.

These are a great upgrade over the blu's if you have the right TV and enjoy these movies. If you don't have the right TV, or you don't enjoy these movies, you probably aren't reading this. This is a good price for three Disney films.
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These are all fake 4K as an FYI:
https://4kmedia.org/real-or-fake-4k/6/
You can't really do too much to completely animated movies...
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Great post OP but I still have a hard time with 50 for 3 older films. I know, it's Disney. Haha
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I'd be all over this if Disney+ wasn't right around the corner. Granted it looks like it's only launching with Toy Story 1, but they said they were going to have the entire Pixar library within the first year of the service.
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It's been a long time since i've read the comments on a 4K SD thread... people are still worried about this?

Real 4K vs. Fake 4K means jack shit. I own over 200 4K movies, and to this day the best looking film (documentaries aside) in my collection is Pacific Rim, in all its fake 4K glory. I've watched plenty of real 4k films with less clarity and detail than most fake 4k films. A good transfer will look good whether its native or upscaled, and a bad one will look bad regardless, making this an absolutely pointless metric when trying to determine if a 4K copy is worth the upgrade and/or extra cost. Then there is the fact that when it comes to 4K movies, HDR is almost always the more meaningful improvement anyway.

These are a great upgrade over the blu's if you have the right TV and enjoy these movies. If you don't have the right TV, or you don't enjoy these movies, you probably aren't reading this. This is a good price for three Disney films.
Nailed it. 100% agree. Pacific Rim is a banger.
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Reviews for all three Toy Story 4K UHDs, including select screenshots directly taken from the discs.

https://www.doblu.com/tag/toy-story-4k/
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Great post OP but I still have a hard time with 50 for 3 older films. I know, it's Disney. Haha
I remember back in the day when it first came out on a VHS, I paid avg. of $30 for every Disney released for my kids.
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It's been a long time since i've read the comments on a 4K SD thread... people are still worried about this?

Real 4K vs. Fake 4K means jack shit. I own over 200 4K movies, and to this day the best looking film (documentaries aside) in my collection is Pacific Rim, in all its fake 4K glory. I've watched plenty of real 4k films with less clarity and detail than most fake 4k films. A good transfer will look good whether its native or upscaled, and a bad one will look bad regardless, making this an absolutely pointless metric when trying to determine if a 4K copy is worth the upgrade and/or extra cost. Then there is the fact that when it comes to 4K movies, HDR is almost always the more meaningful improvement anyway.

These are a great upgrade over the blu's if you have the right TV and enjoy these movies. If you don't have the right TV, or you don't enjoy these movies, you probably aren't reading this. This is a good price for three Disney films.
I think the goal here is that the 4k movies should be remastered from the actual original films, not upscaled. That said, in the case of toy story movies, they are all CGI, so without actually remaking the movie, upscaling is really the only option.
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Dang it, tried to resist, since I already have all these on bluray and 3d. I don't even have an HDR TV.
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I think the goal here is that the 4k movies should be remastered from the actual original films, not upscaled. That said, in the case of toy story movies, they are all CGI, so without actually remaking the movie, upscaling is really the only option.
I think in a lot of cases, this is either not possible or not practical. Many modern movies being shot digitally still aren't being shot fully in 4K, and the ones that are are still often being finished in 2K, probably because it's less resource intensive. When the only customer that really benefits from a proper 4K DI is the one buying 4K discs, which represents a significant minority, there is little incentive for a studio to invest the extra time and resources that this demands. Especially when a well upscaled 2K DI is indistinguishable from a 4K DI to all but the most discerning viewers with the absolute best equipment. Given the small market, I think we're lucky to be seeing catalog releases on physical 4K media at all.
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