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The Mummy Trilogy Blu-ray

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The Mummy / The Mummy Returns / The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor / Blu-ray + Digital Copy Universal Studios | 1999-2008 | 3 Movies | 367 min | Rated PG-13 | Dec 16, 2008

The Mummy Trilogy (Blu-ray)

Codec: VC-1
Resolution: 1080p
Aspect ratio: see individual releases
Original aspect ratio: 2.39:1

English: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1
French: DTS 5.1
Spanish: DTS 5.1

English SDH, French, Spanish

50GB Blu-ray Disc
Three-disc set (3 BDs)
Digital copy (on disc)
Bonus View (PiP)

Slipcover in original pressing

Region free

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Video 4.4 of 54.4
Audio 4.8 of 54.8
Extras 3.9 of 53.9
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The Mummy Trilogy


The Mummy Trilogy Blu-ray delivers stunning video and reference-quality audio in this excellent Blu-ray release

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For more about The Mummy Trilogy and the The Mummy Trilogy Blu-ray release, see the The Mummy Trilogy Blu-ray Review published by on where this Blu-ray release scored 4.0 out of 5.

Directors: Stephen Sommers, Rob Cohen
Writers: Stephen Sommers, Alfred Gough, Miles Millar
Starring: Brendan Fraser, John Hannah, Rachel Weisz, Arnold Vosloo, Oded Fehr, Aharon Ipalé

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The Mummy Trilogy Blu-ray, Video Quality

  4.5 of 5

The Mummy
Rating: 4.5/5

Universal Studios presents The Mummy on Blu-ray high definition for the first time in a simply stunning 1080p, 2.35:1 high definition transfer. The studio has certainly done themselves proud for what was their debut on the Blu-ray format. The opening, expansive shots of the ancient city of Hamunaptra are bathed in a golden hue. The clarity, detail, and color schemes on every object in these shots, including the gold paint on faces and the gold-colored and trimmed furnishings adorning the splendidly constructed palace, are terrific. The cloth in which the film's villain, Imhotep, is mummified, looks marvelous: this transfer shows off every fine detail, thread, and fray of the cloth. The Mummy remains impressive not only in its foreground detail, but medium-wide objects and background information is handsomely rendered as well. Human characters need not be up-close and center-framed to see the remarkable detail present on them; medium-wide shots of faces show off every pore, facial hair and bead of sweat with lifelike clarity. Detail in rocks, statues, façades, and even the sand on the desert floor is all top-flight. Look at the lifelike realism in the textured appearance of Evelyn's hat in chapter three. The mask worn by Imhotep as he and Beni meet up with one of the American gold seekers in chapter 11 is just one more example of the nice detail that is present throughout the disc. The mask showcases every scratch, dent, nick, and other blemish and adds a realistic flair to the image.

The Mummy doesn't just excel at providing deep, realistic detail. Colors are absolutely fantastic, too. Whites are true and natural, and the film's primary brown, tan, and golden hues are stunning and rich. Colors never falter, and along with the fine detail, they are this disc's undeniable strength. Flesh tones appear a bit warm and on the reddish side of the scale, but this tone fits in with the warm, earthy look of the rest of the movie. Background images aren't completely sharp, but there is very little softness nevertheless. A few foreground shots exhibit some soft edges, but the vast majority of the picture is sharp, clear, well-defined, and breathtaking. The print exhibits the occasional speckle and blemish, and there is a bit of shimmering on tightly-striped objects (Evelyn's scarf as seen in chapter four, for example), but all in all, it looks fantastic. Blacks are solid and true throughout, and detail is never lost in the shadows, either. Look at the nighttime shootout on the boat in chapter five as an example. A very fine layer of grain is present over the image, and it adds to a perfectly cinematic, high quality, exciting visual presentation of The Mummy. Universal has hit this one out of the park. It may not be a completely perfect transfer, but for a film approaching ten years old, and one that has seen countless releases over multiple home video formats, this is easily the best the film has looked at home.

The Mummy Returns
Rating: 4.5/5

The Mummy Returns debuts on Blu-ray with a transfer that's as solid as the one accompanying the film's predecessor. Presented in 1080p high definition and framed in its original 2.35:1 aspect ratio, The Mummy Returns is nearly demonstration-worthy material. The same earthy color schemes seen in the first Mummy film are back in this one, in parts of the movie, anyway. One could almost transplant much of the video review of the first film into this one for a fairly good description of what will appear on screen. Black levels are as fantastic in The Mummy Returns as they were in the previous film's transfer. Detail is wonderful, right down to the most miniscule particles of dirt, debris, cobwebs, sand, and other various dusty and ancient remnants of the bygone era depicted in parts of this film. When the film shifts to London, various interior shots appear a bit hazy. Much of the first half of the film is darker in nature than the bright, warm, sun-drenched shots seen in The Mummy, even taking into account the numerous sequences taking place inside the temple as seen in the first. These London sequences don't offer the startling detail and clarity of the bright shots, but they hold their own remarkably well. Blacks maintain a high level of consistency and colors are vibrant, noted by the red color of a double-decker bus and other random and brightly painted objects. Detail remains high on everything from the wet streets of London to, once again, Imhotep's mask. The greener exteriors that play prominently in the film's final act are lush and realistic in appearance. Detail in all the green leaves is high in both the foreground and the background. There is an excellent sense of realism about these scenes, thanks in large part to the first-rate visuals. Flesh tones are reproduced to perfection on this disc, and there is a deep, oftentimes three-dimensional quality to the picture. Like The Mummy disc, there is the occasional black speckle on the print, but it remains in excellent condition throughout. A slight amount of grain covers the image and adds to the deep, theatrical quality of the movie. Once again, Universal has delivered a nearly perfect image, one that fans everywhere are going to love.

The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor
Rating: 5/5

Please note: Unlike the previous two films, The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor utilizes the MPEG-4 video codec.

The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor's 1080p, 2.35:1-framed transfer sparkles in most every shot. The picture quality is pristine, with excellent color reproduction and wonderfully intricate detail, noted right away via the ornate uniforms worn by the ancient Chinese warriors. Speckles of sand; old, worn bindings on books; and leather covers that reveal every crack and wear mark are but some of the objects that feature a texture so lifelike that it's sometimes hard to remember that it's just a movie. There is a mesmerizing level of depth and clarity to the image. The film's dustier scenes, particularly when Alex discovers the Emperor in chapter five, never falters when the frame is filled with sand, dust, and other airborne debris. The debris obscures some of the detail, but the Blu-ray resolution handles such visuals beautifully. Detail in close-ups of faces is also stupendous; every crevice and pit are rendered in full detail, probably to the dismay of the actors. The elegance of the various artifacts shine through, too. Black levels are also spectacular and deep, and flesh tones are naturally reproduced. The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor is another example of Universal's consistent high-quality releases and dedication to the format.

The Mummy Trilogy Blu-ray, Audio Quality

  5.0 of 5

The Mummy
Rating: 4.5/5

The Mummy smashes onto Blu-ray with an excellent DTS-HD MA 5.1 lossless soundtrack. This audio track is a perfect compliment to the pristine video transfer, and it never misses a sonic beat. The film's score is powerful and engaging, even more so thanks to its presentation in a lossless format. Every speaker is utilized, and while the score is firmly entrenched up front, the rear channels are active and carry the soundtrack, too, completing the experience. The battle scene early in the movie features excellent dynamics and sound placement. Gunshots ring loud and true, and the chaos of the battle fills every speaker and rattles the subwoofer. More mundane sounds, like the flowing of the water over the side of the boat in chapter four, the slightest bit of audible music in the background as it is played from somewhere inside the boat, and the squeaking and squealing of an animal off to the side is all meticulously placed and adds a realistic atmosphere to the scene. Indeed, atmospherics are generally first-rate throughout the soundtrack. The film's music and action sound effects play in perfect harmony, both presented at the perfect volume, one in relation to the other, and as fun and adventurous as the movie is by itself, the music and effects make it all the more entertaining. One of the plagues wrought on Egypt, the attack of the meteors, offers wonderful surround presence and the screaming flight paths and impact explosions flow seamlessly across the soundstage, making the experience both entertaining and all-encompassing. Arguably the movie's most famous scene, Imhotep's sand attack on the airplane in the final act of the film, offers deep, rattling bass, and consistent use of the surrounds, and amongst all the chaos and confusion is a fantastically clear and accurate meshing of various action scene sounds that are never too harsh or undefined. To top things off, dialogue reproduction is perfect throughout. This is an A-grade soundtrack in all regards.

The Mummy Returns
Rating: 5/5

The Mummy Returns may have made a deal with Anubis to sound this good. Presented in a lossless DTS-HD MA 5.1 soundtrack, this active, powerful mix is truly reference material from beginning to end, and as fine as The Mummy sounded on Blu-ray, this one beats it. The opening battle scene will rattle many a house from its foundation. It borders on being too loud at reference volume, which might be the only complaint or concern pertaining to this entire soundtrack. "Crazy" is the best word to describe not only this brief opening battle, but the soundtrack as a whole. Every speaker is liable to be blown out by the power and awesome presence of the mix. Fantastic atmospherics are to be heard throughout, notably in the early stages of the movie in the underground chambers. It's spooky and somewhat scary, and the effect is first-rate. The opening of ancient, sealed-for-centuries doors features nice reverberations throughout the soundstage, effectively placing listeners in the presence of the tomb. Rushing water in chapter four invades the listening area with unmatched power and presence. The pounding of the subwoofer is a regular occurrence on this track, so be forewarned! It's definitely a marvelous and breathtaking sonic experience from the opening shots of the movie to the final frame. Surround speakers are in constant use. Every action scene is alive with room-filling, lossless goodness that permeates every cell in the body with its presence, authority and clarity. The battle scene in chapter 14 is particularly satisfying. Gunshots and their impacts are present in every speaker. The action is intense with heavy, saber-rattling power. Dialogue is consistently strong throughout the track; every syllable is driven home nicely by the center channel. Simply stated, The Mummy Returns is one of the finest listens on Blu-ray today.

The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor
Rating: 5/5

The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor offers listeners another reference-grade DTS-HD MA 5.1 lossless soundtrack from Universal. It is almost to the point that fans can expect nothing less than demo material from Universal's action-oriented new releases on Blu-ray. As expected, this soundtrack produces a prodigious amount of bass in addition to some of the other surefire signs of a fantastic, immersive soundtrack, like exceptional clarity in even the most raucous of moments and fine directionality and presence across the entire soundstage. Every speaker offers the full spectrum of sound, from minor environmental support to lend that last bit of realism to any given scene, to an all-out sonic attack on the aural senses during the most thrilling action sequences. A scene in chapter 10 inside an old propellor-driven cargo plane places viewers right in the middle of the turbulent action; listeners can practically feel the bolts rattling, the cargo shifting, and the plane struggling to barely staying aloft. A shootout in chapter 12 is perhaps the best listen in the film. The soundtrack creates a natural, explosive, and very satisfying experience as shots come from every direction. Short bursts of automatic gunfire and single shots from lever- and bolt-action rifles scream out from every corner, all coming together to form action-scene harmony. Dialogue reproduction is practically pitch-perfect in every scene. The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor is just the latest in Universal's ever-growing list of reference-quality Blu-ray soundtracks.

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