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Blu-ray Sales, Jan. 10-16: BD Likes Social Network (Update)

Posted January 20, 2011 03:01 AM by Juan Calonge

Blu-ray MoviesThe Social Network was the top-selling title on Blu-ray during the week ended January 16, according to data from Nielsen VideoScan First Alert. David Fincher's story of the birth of Facebook got 45% of its total disc sales from the high-definition release (a record for a BD with no DVD or digital copy). The second place was for Inception.



Top ten
  1. The Social Network
  2. (3) Inception
  3. (11) The Other Guys
  4. Piranha
  5. (14) The Expendables
  6. (7)The Town
  7. (8) The A-Team
  8. (1) Machete
  9. (16) Beauty and the Beast
  10. (4) Despicable Me
Blu-ray percentage of total sales for new-release titles


Source: Home Media Magazine | Permalink | United States [Country settings]

News comments (44 comments)


Joen
  Jan 20, 2011
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Joen likes this!

tru blu
  Jan 20, 2011
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tru blu likes this

mishal
  Jan 20, 2011
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mishal likes this

Minimejer05
  Jan 20, 2011
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Awesome news! Surprised to see The Social Network selling that much without a dvd or digi copy!

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BluPat
  Jan 20, 2011
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I want to see 'Piranha 3D' sales.
August M.
  Jan 20, 2011
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Well it was $16.99 on Best Buy and Amazon, so it was no surprise on selling that well.

tomjim
  Jan 20, 2011
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Inception still in at second. It must have sold quite a few till now...

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Gardenofstone10
  Jan 20, 2011
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I think that after it winning big at Golden Globes, the sales for Social Network will only continue for the next few weeks. Then, probably a surge during Academy time at the end of next month.

K i r a
  Jan 20, 2011
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With a $17 price tag at quite a few retailers, it's no surprise it was. That, and the movie was really, really good, too.

Oh, and to be as clever as the first three posters:

You and 2308 others like this.

GrinwithoutaKat
  Jan 20, 2011
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I'm not sure if DVD and digital copies being included really matter. It's just that they force them in you with big movies that would sell well anyway. I certainly wouldn't be any more or less likely to buy something because of those.

The Theory
  Jan 20, 2011
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^Grin, I think the point is more that a person who only has a dvd player, but might be interested in bluray in the future, is more likely to pick up a reasonably priced combo-pack. So a combo-release can have skewed sales numbers--how many of those sales are from a person with a blu-ray player, and how many from just a keen consumer? In the case of The Social Network, since it isn't a combo-pack, the figures mean more.

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Wdm81
  Jan 20, 2011
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In a few weeks time, The Social Network will have droped to 6th or 7th place, but Inception will likely still be in the top 5

The Social Network is a fine movie but it's a fad movie, the type of film people forget about in a few years time. Inception on the other hand is a classic, the type of movie people will still be talking about in a decade

dmarvin
  Jan 20, 2011
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Excellent to set the record with no DVD or DC included. This shows people truly wanted the Blu-ray Disc experience -- and it's not even a genre film.
Post Prod
  Jan 20, 2011
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Wdm81- It's funny because I actually think the opposite. I think Social Network is the one that will stand a better test of time. that being said, I think they will both hold up just fine for quite sometime. Inception should do better for the home market simply because it's more of a "show off your system" type of movie. But debating Nolan vs Fincher is like Portman Vs Kunis. You win with either.

dmarvin
  Jan 20, 2011
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Wdm81 - You've completely missed the entire point of The Social Network. It's not about Facebook alone (which is more than a fad, I assure you -- pet rocks were a fad and 1/7 of the world's population never owned pet rocks). The themes of the film -- friendship and betrayal -- are timeless and it encapsulates the digital age we've come to know. In that way, it's the first film to capture this era we're living in. It will win Best Picture which will cement it as a film that will never go away.

Now I'm done.
mredman
  Jan 20, 2011
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Great numbers for a big new release again. Social Network is a very good movie. But i gotta say Inception is just mindblowing and constructed with such complexity and yet you still understand it. Inception is a masterpiece and it deserves to win best picture award at the academy not TSN
Jokerman
  Jan 20, 2011
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I don't see it though. They use digital cameras and the image becomes dull and lifeless. What's the point when Inception offers the traditional 35mm with Nolan behind the camera.

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wnicholas76
  Jan 20, 2011
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Great to see Inception still selling like hotcakes!!

SixSpeedSamurai
  Jan 20, 2011
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Nolan implanted the idea for alot of people to buy Inception

MikeScott
  Jan 20, 2011
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I too want to see how PIRANHA did. Glad a sequel is already set for release in September. Too bad Aja isn't going to be back to direct this one.

thelittleprince
  Jan 20, 2011
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The two best pictures of 2010 in the top two spots!!!! To borrow CZAR's line--- "GOT 'EM!!"

NorCo_1806
  Jan 20, 2011
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The Social Network is a work of art. Fantastic to see these high sales numbers for Blu, without Digi or DVD. But then again, set a brand-new release at $16.99....sales are gonna come!!
IAmNotReallyHere
  Jan 20, 2011
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I think The Social Network will stay on the radar of film nerds, and perhaps more importantly to the longevity of a movie, the critics (read: film nerds who have been published) will continue talking about The Social Network, much more so than Inception. Substance over flash will always win in the long run, even if the flash is directed by someone as capable as Christopher Nolan.

When I think back to watching Inception, I can remember bendy cities and zero gravity fight scenes, but couldn't tell you the characters names, or much less why I should care about them. The Social Network, I remember the characters, the dialog, and the music, and that's what (I hope) counts in the long run.

Count me in on the "likes" subject.

ArrestedDevelopment
  Jan 20, 2011
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The Social Network at #1 and Inception at #2. Ah, finally the public has some taste in movies!
STD
  Jan 20, 2011
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thelittleprince - I put that guy on ignore so I would not to see that got em nonsense. Now you mention it here and all the annoyance came flowing back.
TTaco05
  Jan 20, 2011
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David fincher sucks.

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aggienader08
  Jan 21, 2011
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I'm glad TSN was on top, but I'm also glad to see that Inception is still truckin' along.

L-Rouge
  Jan 21, 2011
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lean pickings with finances have dictated how much movies I get to see, But when this is release down in the southern hemispshere, For sure this will be in the collection...
BD Mike
  Jan 21, 2011
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I agree with mredman. Inception is truly a fantastic film! I was mad when it did not win any Golden Globes.

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BluPat
  Jan 21, 2011
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Cool! 'Piranha' sales were 47% Blu-ray! Sweet.
SonOfArathorn
  Jan 21, 2011
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Watched Inception a second time, will not watch it again. Under developed characters and poorly written dialogue. Again, full of the sort of ideas that college age kids find profound. I understand its appeal to the 18-24 demographic.
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nolfoc
  Jan 21, 2011
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The Expendables cant be stopped!!! Stallone for President

headcheese_bbq
  Jan 21, 2011
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Good thing I rented first...I couldn't even finish this pile of garbage. Not one likable character...
TTaco05
  Jan 21, 2011
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david fincher still sucks, no matter how much you all hate my comment.

sancho
  Jan 22, 2011
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Glad to see that Piranha, A-Team and The Expendables have sold well. Can't wait for The Expendables 2.

Ray O. Blu
  Jan 22, 2011
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Fincher RULES! No matter how much TTaco05 envies him.
"His name is Robert Paulson"

Minimejer05
  Jan 22, 2011
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Machete dropped hard.
DanaCameron7320
  Jan 22, 2011
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Both INCEPTION and THE SOCIAL NETWORK are great films and I'm excited to see them both doing so well on blu. I'm actually the type of consumer who likes to get the most bang for his buck; I prefer BD (obviously), but tend to opt for the combo packages with DVD or DVD and Digital Copy when given the choice. The price increase is minimal for the added content, making it really economical in my opinion. In any event, as great as INCEPTION and THE SOCIAL NETWORK both are, I'd like to see THE FIGHTER win Best Picture, though at this point, that's probably a long shot.

erlinmeyer
  Jan 22, 2011
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"David Fincher's story of the birth of Facebook got 45% of its total disc sales from the high-definition release (a record for a BD with no DVD or digital copy). "

I was suprised when the percentages came out and Piranha had 47% and according to Blu-ray.com it was a single disc. I Guess Piranha has the record vice The Social Network.

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Wdm81
  Jan 22, 2011
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I wonder what the reason for the jump in the other guys sales was? It's a great movie so glad to see it selling well
Joen
  Jan 22, 2011
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@Wdm81: The Other Guys BD/DVD/Digital Copy combo was at $14.99 and the BD only release was $12.99 on Amazon (since then, prices have come up to $24.99 and $13.99 respectively), that should explain the spike in sales.
Dipper7
  Jan 22, 2011
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Nowhere on the front cover of the social network does it say its a bluray, chances are that there are a bunch of idiots out there that bought it thinking it was a DVD lol
The Gunslinger
  Jan 23, 2011
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this is off topic, but I'm disappointed to see you guys not review the Read or Die blu ray boxset

pixarforlife
  Jan 23, 2011
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inception sucked. social network was alright - much better!


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