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Mummy Trilogy

Mummy Trilogy

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Director: Rob Cohen, Stephen Sommers, Brendan Fraser, Jet Li

Cast: Rob Cohen, Stephen Sommers, Brendan Fraser, Jet Li


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Universal Studios

Special Features

Blu-ray exclusives:; Picture in Picture available on all 3 features; The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor; -The Dragon Emperor's Challenge; -Know your Mummy; -Scene Explorer; -Visual Commentary; -BD-Live; ; Additional features:; The Mummy:; Deleted scenes; An Army to Rule the World; Visual and Special Effects Formation; Building a Better Mummy; Feature commentaries; ; The Mummy Returns:; Outtakes; Unraveling the legacy of The Mummy; An exclusive conversation with The Rock; Storyboard to final film comparison; Visual and special effects information; ; The Mummy - Tomb of the Dragon Emperor:; Deleted and extended scenes; Preparing for Battle with Brendan Fraser and Jet Li; Let Li: Crafting the Emperor Mummy; Creating New and Supernatural Worlds; A Call to Action: The Casting Process

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Mummy Trilogy 2.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
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Warning to those with older Receivers. This Blu-ray disk only has a DTS audio soundtrack in English. If you have a Receiver, like I do, that only decodes Dolby Digital 5.1, there is no audio output.

The rest of this review is for the clueless producers of this Blu-ray disk. Obviously they have learned nothing from the costly lost sales of the war with HD-DVD. People like me are not going to buy an expensive new Receiver just to play a particular movie on Blu-ray. Especially with six audio formats to cover and perhaps more to come! I will rent this movie on DVD and wait for the audio wars to end. Since Blu-ray has plenty of capacity, I do not see any reason why an English Dolby 5.1 soundtrack could not be included to ensure backwards compatibility. Particularly since Dolby 5.1 is already provided on this disk in other languages. From reading various blogs and reviews, I know I am not the only potential lost sale.