Amazon's Blu-ray Deal of the Week affects Twentieth Century Fox's Forever Marilyn Blu-ray collection. Through December 8th, Amazon is offering the set for $28.99 (a 71% discount from its MSRP of $99.98).
Timed to mark the fiftieth anniversary of screen icon Marilyn Monroe's tragic passing, this box set contains seven of her most beloved features, five of which make their respective U.S. Blu-ray debuts through this package.
The seven-disc, region-free Blu-ray package offers each film in its original aspect ratio with DTS-HD Master Audio tracks and a wide assortment of bonus supplements, including behind-the-scenes documentaries, interviews with cast and crew members, and audio commentaries on selected features features.
This deal expires at 12 AM PST/3 AM EST next Sunday, December 9th.
What this means is that all over America, in every town, in every little hamlet, near every mall, close to every crossroads, that there is a man, the people around him know who he is, his patterns of behavior and posts betray him, authorities are watching him, his family worries for him, there is in each and every place a man, who has the entire Bond Blu-Ray film collection...
Great price but I got the Australian release for my girlfriend for christmas for $42. Sure, the US set is $13 cheaper but the packaging is atrocious. The AU set comes with two regular amaray cases inside a slipbox, one case holding 4, the other holding 3.
For the price I payed, the movies works out to be $6 each. I'm happy to of spent the $1.86 (per film) price difference to get considerably better packaging that will keep her discs safe and in perfect condition. The US needs to stop releasing box sets with cardboard disc slots that will damage the discs over time. I mean really...