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20th Sep '17 9:38:15 AM Mario1995
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** When a limited edition Blu-ray disc set of the first three movies was confirmed for release for February 2016, it was revealed that the special features from the original DVD releases would be excluded from the set. In addition, it's been said that the Pikachu shorts would be left out of the set for rights issues. So what do we get from the set? The movies in 16:9 widescreen with a Stereo presentation of the 4Kids English track, and.....that's about it.

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** When a limited edition Blu-ray disc set of the first three movies was confirmed for release for February 2016, it was revealed that the special features from the original DVD releases would be excluded from the set. In addition, it's been said that the Pikachu shorts would be in the beginning of each film were left out of the set for rights issues. So what do we get from the set? The movies in 16:9 widescreen with a 2.0 Stereo presentation of the 4Kids English track, and.....that's about it.it[[note]]Inexplicably, the Blu-ray set from Australia has the 4Kids English dub in 5.1 surround sound[[/note]]. Some fans have taken solace at this, though, as it was a complete miracle that the movies ever got a Blu-ray release in North America to begin with.
13th Aug '17 8:25:09 PM akaun6899
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* Within Japan, nearly every studio issues new anime releases in two separate editions. One is a retail version with fancy cover art, bells and whistles like commentary tracks or DVD-only episodes, and often cool {{feelies}} of some sort, ranging from postcards to full-size action figures, T-shirts, or concert tickets; the other will be a Vanilla Edition for the video-rental market, and be a much more bare-bones release, typically containing only the episodes. Given the high cost of anime [=DVD=]s and Blu-Rays in Japan, where 5000 yen for a disc with ''two episodes'' isn't uncommon, this practice is undoubtedly meant to give fans a reason to shell out the money for the retail discs instead of just renting the whole series for 100 yen a pop.

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* Within Japan, nearly every studio issues new anime releases in two separate editions. One is a retail version with fancy cover art, bells and whistles like commentary tracks or DVD-only episodes, and often cool {{feelies}} of some sort, ranging from postcards to full-size action figures, T-shirts, or concert tickets; the other will be a Vanilla Edition for the video-rental market, and be a much more bare-bones release, typically containing only the episodes. Given the high cost of anime [=DVD=]s and Blu-Rays Blu-rays in Japan, where 5000 yen for a disc with ''two episodes'' isn't uncommon, this practice is undoubtedly meant to give fans a reason to shell out the money for the retail discs instead of just renting the whole series for 100 yen a pop.



* The Creator/ADVFilms release of the ''Godzilla'' film ''Destroy All Monsters'' (considered one of the best in the series) does not have menus or scene selections. The movie just starts. And it is just the English dub. Then when they released the film again in 2004 it was an exact copy of the first release with a soundtrack included. Fortunately, Media Blasters released the film on DVD and Blu-Ray in 2011, though there now seems to be some sort of [[ExecutiveMeddling problem with Toho regarding the extras]].

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* The Creator/ADVFilms release of the ''Godzilla'' film ''Destroy All Monsters'' (considered one of the best in the series) does not have menus or scene selections. The movie just starts. And it is just the English dub. Then when they released the film again in 2004 it was an exact copy of the first release with a soundtrack included. Fortunately, Media Blasters released the film on DVD and Blu-Ray Blu-ray in 2011, though there now seems to be some sort of [[ExecutiveMeddling problem with Toho regarding the extras]].



* The "[[MilestoneCelebration 20th Anniversary]]" Blu-Ray of ''Film/TheRocketeer'' caused some frustration for containing no bonus features, except for the original trailer, which is presented in pan and scan to boot. It should also be noted that ''The Rocketeer'' is but one of a large amount of live-action Disney movies that came to DVD with no bonus features.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Cars}}'' launched a new era of home entertainment for Creator/{{Pixar}}. Each of the preceding movies got 2-Disc Collector's Edition [=DVDs=] with hours of bonus features. By contrast, ''Cars'' got a DVD containing nothing more than three shorts, some deleted scenes, and a short interview with the director as bonus features. Nearly every Pixar movie onward received similarly lightweight platters on DVD. Fans would have to buy the Blu-Ray discs for more comprehensive extras. Eventually, ''Cars 2'' became Pixar's first movie to come to 3-D Blu-Ray. As a result, both the DVD ''and'' the Blu-Ray received paltry selections of bonus features, with consumers having to buy the 3-D version to get all the extras! Fortunately, ''WesternAnimation/{{Brave}}'' and ''WesternAnimation/FindingNemo'' each have 2-D and 3-D Blu-Rays with identical or nearly-identical amounts of extras, giving this trend a quick death.
* Creator/{{Disney}}'s thing now is to make most of the bonus features only available in the Blu-Ray and Digital Copy versions, making the [=DVDs=] vanilla or very close to it. It should be noted that Disney was Blu-Ray exclusive during the format war with HD-DVD, so that may have been a factor in their decision to push it so hard. The Digital Copies that come with extras likely do so to entertain the increasing amount of people who stopped buying movies on physical media. This trend sometimes gets inverted for 2-Movie Collection Blu-Ray/DVD combo packs, including only the two movies on the Blu-Ray, and a few bonus features on the enclosed DVD copies. Examples include ''Disney/TheEmperorsNewGroove''[=/=]''Kronk's New Groove'' and ''Disney/LiloAndStitch''[=/=]''Disney/LiloAndStitch2StitchHasAGlitch''.[[note]]Mind you, the latter's franchise had ''four'' movies made.[[/note]]

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* The "[[MilestoneCelebration 20th Anniversary]]" Blu-Ray Blu-ray of ''Film/TheRocketeer'' caused some frustration for containing no bonus features, except for the original trailer, which is presented in pan and scan to boot. It should also be noted that ''The Rocketeer'' is but one of a large amount of live-action Disney movies that came to DVD with no bonus features.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Cars}}'' launched a new era of home entertainment for Creator/{{Pixar}}. Each of the preceding movies got 2-Disc Collector's Edition [=DVDs=] with hours of bonus features. By contrast, ''Cars'' got a DVD containing nothing more than three shorts, some deleted scenes, and a short interview with the director as bonus features. Nearly every Pixar movie onward received similarly lightweight platters on DVD. Fans would have to buy the Blu-Ray Blu-ray discs for more comprehensive extras. Eventually, ''Cars 2'' became Pixar's first movie to come to 3-D Blu-Ray. Blu-ray. As a result, both the DVD ''and'' the Blu-Ray Blu-ray received paltry selections of bonus features, with consumers having to buy the 3-D version to get all the extras! Fortunately, ''WesternAnimation/{{Brave}}'' and ''WesternAnimation/FindingNemo'' each have 2-D and 3-D Blu-Rays Blu-rays with identical or nearly-identical amounts of extras, giving this trend a quick death.
* Creator/{{Disney}}'s thing now is to make most of the bonus features only available in the Blu-Ray Blu-ray and Digital Copy versions, making the [=DVDs=] vanilla or very close to it. It should be noted that Disney was Blu-Ray Blu-ray exclusive during the format war with HD-DVD, so that may have been a factor in their decision to push it so hard. The Digital Copies that come with extras likely do so to entertain the increasing amount of people who stopped buying movies on physical media. This trend sometimes gets inverted for 2-Movie Collection Blu-Ray/DVD Blu-ray/DVD combo packs, including only the two movies on the Blu-Ray, Blu-ray, and a few bonus features on the enclosed DVD copies. Examples include ''Disney/TheEmperorsNewGroove''[=/=]''Kronk's New Groove'' and ''Disney/LiloAndStitch''[=/=]''Disney/LiloAndStitch2StitchHasAGlitch''.[[note]]Mind you, the latter's franchise had ''four'' movies made.[[/note]]



* Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse Phase Two movies almost always have drastically smaller amounts of Blu-Ray bonus features compared to Phase One pictures, apparently because Marvel planned to withhold certain extras for a box set of the whole phase--which includes a bonus disc containing ''166 minutes'' of exclusive extras. ''Film/{{The Avengers| 2012}}'', the first MCU Blu-Ray released through Disney instead of Paramount or Universal, also feels lacking in the bonus department, despite capping off Phase One. The [=DVDs=] for all phases have even less content, and no box sets.
* Creator/{{Disney}} has started releasing Blu-Ray Discs of some of their least marketable live-action movies exclusively through the Disney Movie Club, without any bonus features (even those few that ''did'' have extras on their DVD releases underwent this treatment).

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* Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse Phase Two movies almost always have drastically smaller amounts of Blu-Ray Blu-ray bonus features compared to Phase One pictures, apparently because Marvel planned to withhold certain extras for a box set of the whole phase--which includes a bonus disc containing ''166 minutes'' of exclusive extras. ''Film/{{The Avengers| 2012}}'', the first MCU Blu-Ray Blu-ray released through Disney instead of Paramount or Universal, also feels lacking in the bonus department, despite capping off Phase One. The [=DVDs=] for all phases have even less content, and no box sets.
* Creator/{{Disney}} has started releasing Blu-Ray Blu-ray Discs of some of their least marketable live-action movies exclusively through the Disney Movie Club, without any bonus features (even those few that ''did'' have extras on their DVD releases underwent this treatment).



* In the UK, the Blu-Ray release of ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles'' was only a single disc with only a small fraction of the features the US got.
** Made worse by a bit of (possibly) unintentional VeryFalseAdvertising. The UK's ''Disney/{{Tangled}}'' Blu-Ray and DVD features a trailer for the ''Incredibles'' Blu-Ray, but uses the same trailer the US got, showing the American "2-Disc Blu-Ray + DVD + Digital Copy" cover and bragging that it contains a ton of bonus features when actually the UK Blu-Ray contains even less features than the original DVD release.

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* In the UK, the Blu-Ray Blu-ray release of ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles'' was only a single disc with only a small fraction of the features the US got.
** Made worse by a bit of (possibly) unintentional VeryFalseAdvertising. The UK's ''Disney/{{Tangled}}'' Blu-Ray Blu-ray and DVD features a trailer for the ''Incredibles'' Blu-Ray, Blu-ray, but uses the same trailer the US got, showing the American "2-Disc Blu-Ray Blu-ray + DVD + Digital Copy" cover and bragging that it contains a ton of bonus features when actually the UK Blu-Ray Blu-ray contains even less features than the original DVD release.



*** The Bond 50 DVD contains all the Franchise/JamesBond movies from ''Film/DrNo'' to ''Film/QuantumOfSolace'', but lost 21 bonus discs included with the Ultimate Collector's Set (which also only goes up to ''Film/CasinoRoyale2006'', and arranges the movies out of chronological order to boot). Potentially justified as MGM released the Bond 50 DVD in conjunction with a jam-packed Blu-Ray set that bears the same name, and also dominated the marketing materials.

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*** The Bond 50 DVD contains all the Franchise/JamesBond movies from ''Film/DrNo'' to ''Film/QuantumOfSolace'', but lost 21 bonus discs included with the Ultimate Collector's Set (which also only goes up to ''Film/CasinoRoyale2006'', and arranges the movies out of chronological order to boot). Potentially justified as MGM released the Bond 50 DVD in conjunction with a jam-packed Blu-Ray Blu-ray set that bears the same name, and also dominated the marketing materials.



** The Blu-Ray release is worse. No extras at all.

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** The Blu-Ray Blu-ray release is worse. No extras at all.



* The Australian Blu-Ray release of ''Film/{{Heathers}}'' is the movie and nothing else. No menu, no credits page, ''nothing''.

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* The Australian Blu-Ray Blu-ray release of ''Film/{{Heathers}}'' is the movie and nothing else. No menu, no credits page, ''nothing''.''nothing''.
** The 2011 DVD release by Image Entertainment only contains the movie, the theatrical trailer, and, strangely, a reel of trailers for other New World titles presumably licensed to Image. Their Blu-ray is similarly barebones. The original DVD and Blu-ray releases, by Anchor Bay, included commentary and two featurettes, as well as the trailer.



* With the last two ''Film/HarryPotter'' films, Creator/WarnerBros has opted to put all the bonus features on the Blu-Ray version while the DVD version only has a few deleted scenes. Apparently, Warner Bros. really wants you to buy a Blu-Ray player. There's something ironically "full circle" about this: The first ''Harry Potter'' film was released on DVD and VHS at a time when DVD was the new format and VHS was dying; the last ''Harry Potter'' film was released on DVD and Blu-Ray at a time when Blu-Ray is the new format and DVD is (possibly) dying.
** To confuse matters, single-disc Blu-Ray versions of those movies also exist. Like the [=DVDs=], they contain no bonus features other than deleted scenes. You want some interviews and behind-the-scenes footage as well? You'll have to opt for the three-disc Blu-Ray/DVD combo packs, then wonder what to do with two copies of each movie. Some non-''Harry Potter'' films also have releases like this.

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* With the last two ''Film/HarryPotter'' films, Creator/WarnerBros has opted to put all the bonus features on the Blu-Ray Blu-ray version while the DVD version only has a few deleted scenes. Apparently, Warner Bros. really wants you to buy a Blu-Ray player. There's something ironically "full circle" about this: The first ''Harry Potter'' film was released on DVD and VHS at a time when DVD was the new format and VHS was dying; the last ''Harry Potter'' film was released on DVD and Blu-Ray Blu-ray at a time when Blu-Ray Blu-ray is the new format and DVD is (possibly) dying.
** To confuse matters, single-disc Blu-Ray Blu-ray versions of those movies also exist. Like the [=DVDs=], they contain no bonus features other than deleted scenes. You want some interviews and behind-the-scenes footage as well? You'll have to opt for the three-disc Blu-Ray/DVD Blu-ray/DVD combo packs, then wonder what to do with two copies of each movie. Some non-''Harry Potter'' films also have releases like this.



* A vanilla version of ''WesternAnimation/{{Coraline}}'' exists on Blu-Ray, containing the movie and nothing else. It doesn't even have a menu; it just has a static card before the movie saying that the movie is about to start. If one waits until the end of the credits, the disc just starts at the beginning with said screen.

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* A vanilla version of ''WesternAnimation/{{Coraline}}'' exists on Blu-Ray, Blu-ray, containing the movie and nothing else. It doesn't even have a menu; it just has a static card before the movie saying that the movie is about to start. If one waits until the end of the credits, the disc just starts at the beginning with said screen.



* ''Film/IronMan1'' originally came to home video as a one-disc DVD, a two-disc DVD set, and a two-disc Blu-Ray set. A few years later, Creator/{{Paramount}}[=/=]Creator/{{Marvel|Comics}} unexpectedly stopped selling the Blu-Ray with the second disc. In another surprising move, the two-disc DVD did ''not'' go out of print at the same time this happened. When Marvel repackaged ''Iron Man'' together with other Phase One Blu-Ray Discs, they still didn't include the bonus disc, nor that of ''Film/IronMan2'' - although this box set's bonus disc does contain some extras not shown on any ''Iron Man'' movie's individual release.

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* ''Film/IronMan1'' originally came to home video as a one-disc DVD, a two-disc DVD set, and a two-disc Blu-Ray Blu-ray set. A few years later, Creator/{{Paramount}}[=/=]Creator/{{Marvel|Comics}} unexpectedly stopped selling the Blu-Ray Blu-ray with the second disc. In another surprising move, the two-disc DVD did ''not'' go out of print at the same time this happened. When Marvel repackaged ''Iron Man'' together with other Phase One Blu-Ray Blu-ray Discs, they still didn't include the bonus disc, nor that of ''Film/IronMan2'' - although this box set's bonus disc does contain some extras not shown on any ''Iron Man'' movie's individual release.



* ''Film/{{Matilda}}'' first came to DVD with PanAndScan picture and no bonus features. The so-called "Special Edition" added some extras, but still no widescreen option. Fans who didn't get to buy the laserdisc had to wait until the movie's Blu-Ray release to own it in its original aspect ratio. (Happily, the Blu-Ray retains all of the Special Edition bonus features except for some set-top games.)

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* ''Film/{{Matilda}}'' first came to DVD with PanAndScan picture and no bonus features. The so-called "Special Edition" added some extras, but still no widescreen option. Fans who didn't get to buy the laserdisc had to wait until the movie's Blu-Ray Blu-ray release to own it in its original aspect ratio. (Happily, the Blu-Ray Blu-ray retains all of the Special Edition bonus features except for some set-top games.)



** After Warner premiered the 2015 {{Recut}} Signature Edition, it reached digital and DVD months before it did Blu-Ray, because the studio needed extra time to prepare exclusive bonus features (the DVD mostly just cherry-picked extras from the two previous discs).

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** After Warner premiered the 2015 {{Recut}} Signature Edition, it reached digital and DVD months before it did Blu-Ray, Blu-ray, because the studio needed extra time to prepare exclusive bonus features (the DVD mostly just cherry-picked extras from the two previous discs).



* Creator/WesAnderson movies often receive this when they're first released to home video. The studios have an exclusivity window to issue such a release, but Anderson himself prefers to work with TheCriterionCollection, and they release a much improved and expanded set once that window expires. Most of his fans tend to skip the initial DVD or Blu-Ray release of one of his films, because they know a Criterion will eventually be coming out in a few years.

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* Creator/WesAnderson movies often receive this when they're first released to home video. The studios have an exclusivity window to issue such a release, but Anderson himself prefers to work with TheCriterionCollection, and they release a much improved and expanded set once that window expires. Most of his fans tend to skip the initial DVD or Blu-Ray Blu-ray release of one of his films, because they know a Criterion will eventually be coming out in a few years.



* Early Creator/CirqueDuSoleil TV specials, be they recordings of actual shows or MilestoneCelebration programs, received this treatment from Sony, even as smaller distributor Image gave the barely-seen dramatic film version of ''Theatre/{{Alegria}}'' a (now out-of-print) release that included a director's commentary track, making-of material, promos, and a music video. Sony started giving the newer shows special editions with ''Theatre/{{Dralion}}'' in 2001, with ''Theatre/{{Varekai}}'' and ''Theatre/LaNouba'' even warranting 2-disc sets. Unfortunately, the "Anniversary Collection" roundup of the discs in 2005 dropped the second discs from both of those sets, thus losing almost all of the extras. To add insult to injury, both the DVD and 3-D Blu-Ray versions of ''Film/CirqueDuSoleilJourneyOfMan'', a 39-minute IMAX short, are vanilla editions despite tons of disc space ''and'' the existence of two trailers and a making-of short, the latter of which ''appeared on the VHS release!''

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* Early Creator/CirqueDuSoleil TV specials, be they recordings of actual shows or MilestoneCelebration programs, received this treatment from Sony, even as smaller distributor Image gave the barely-seen dramatic film version of ''Theatre/{{Alegria}}'' a (now out-of-print) release that included a director's commentary track, making-of material, promos, and a music video. Sony started giving the newer shows special editions with ''Theatre/{{Dralion}}'' in 2001, with ''Theatre/{{Varekai}}'' and ''Theatre/LaNouba'' even warranting 2-disc sets. Unfortunately, the "Anniversary Collection" roundup of the discs in 2005 dropped the second discs from both of those sets, thus losing almost all of the extras. To add insult to injury, both the DVD and 3-D Blu-Ray Blu-ray versions of ''Film/CirqueDuSoleilJourneyOfMan'', a 39-minute IMAX short, are vanilla editions despite tons of disc space ''and'' the existence of two trailers and a making-of short, the latter of which ''appeared on the VHS release!''



* The Creator/{{Netflix}} Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse have been released on DVD\Blu-Ray with absolutely zero additional content. And being a web exclusive series is not that much of an excuse, as Netflix's own ''Series/OrangeIsTheNewBlack'' and ''Series/HouseOfCards'' have had some extras on occasion.

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* The Creator/{{Netflix}} Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse have been released on DVD\Blu-Ray DVD\Blu-ray with absolutely zero additional content. And being a web exclusive series is not that much of an excuse, as Netflix's own ''Series/OrangeIsTheNewBlack'' and ''Series/HouseOfCards'' have had some extras on occasion.



* Strangely enough ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars'' released on two [=DVDs=] with either 4 episodes without any special features during the summer before the box release. There are no vanilla editions of any other TCW episodes and the boxes only come in this edition or as Blu-Ray version with extra animation libraries that wouldn't fit on regular [=DVDs=].

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* Strangely enough ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars'' released on two [=DVDs=] with either 4 episodes without any special features during the summer before the box release. There are no vanilla editions of any other TCW episodes and the boxes only come in this edition or as Blu-Ray Blu-ray version with extra animation libraries that wouldn't fit on regular [=DVDs=].
4th Aug '17 1:55:25 PM ArtistsAnomalous
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** A few returning monsters from the Classic series have been released with the New Who story featuring them as cheap bundles, likely aimed at a child market [[FleetingDemographicRule curious about what the references are]]. "Davros" pairs the Creator/TomBaker serial "Genesis of the Daleks" (Davros's first appearance) with the Creator/DavidTennant story "The Stolen Earth/Journey's End" (Davros's most recent); "Sontarans" bundles the Creator/JonPertwee serial "The Time Warrior" and the Tennant story "The Sontaran Stratagem/The Poison Sky", and "Silurians" bundles Pertwee story "Dr. Who and the Silurians" with the Creator/MattSmith story "The Hungry Earth/Cold Blood"...No extras, no commentary, but super cheap.

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** A few returning monsters from the Classic series have been released with the New Who story featuring them as cheap bundles, likely aimed at a child market [[FleetingDemographicRule curious about what the references are]]. "Davros" pairs the Creator/TomBaker serial "Genesis of the Daleks" (Davros's first appearance) with the Creator/DavidTennant story "The Stolen Earth/Journey's End" (Davros's most recent); End"; "Sontarans" bundles the Creator/JonPertwee serial "The Time Warrior" and the Tennant story "The Sontaran Stratagem/The Poison Sky", and "Silurians" bundles Pertwee story "Dr. Who and the Silurians" with the Creator/MattSmith story "The Hungry Earth/Cold Blood"...No extras, no commentary, but super cheap.
23rd Jul '17 7:59:08 AM igordebraga
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* The original ''WesternAnimation/SouthParkBiggerLongerAndUncut'' DVD contained only the film and some trailers, while some other editions had a MusicVideo for "What Would Brian Boitanno Do?" The Blu-ray release is similarly bare-bones, but there's at least a commentary track from Creator/TreyParkerAndMattStone.

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* The original ''WesternAnimation/SouthParkBiggerLongerAndUncut'' DVD contained only the film and some trailers, while some other editions had a MusicVideo for "What Would Brian Boitanno Boitano Do?" The Blu-ray release is similarly bare-bones, but there's at least a commentary track from Creator/TreyParkerAndMattStone.




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* The Creator/{{Netflix}} Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse have been released on DVD\Blu-Ray with absolutely zero additional content. And being a web exclusive series is not that much of an excuse, as Netflix's own ''Series/OrangeIsTheNewBlack'' and ''Series/HouseOfCards'' have had some extras on occasion.
17th Jul '17 2:07:47 PM dsneybuf
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* Creator/{{Disney}}'s thing now is to make most of the bonus features only available in the Blu-Ray and Digital Copy versions, making the [=DVDs=] vanilla or very close to it. It should be noted that Disney was Blu-Ray exclusive during the format war with HD-DVD, so that may have been a factor in their decision to push it so hard. The Digital Copies that come with extras likely do so to entertain the increasing amount of people who stopped buying movies on physical media. This trend sometimes gets inverted for 2-Movie Collection Blu-Ray/DVD combo packs, including only the two movies on the Blu-Ray, and a few bonus features on the enclosed DVD copies. Examples include ''Disney/TheEmperorsNewGroove''[=/=]''Kronk's New Groove'' and ''Disney/LiloAndStitch''[=/=]''Disney/LiloAndStitch2StitchHasAGlitch'' (and mind you that the latter's franchise had ''four'' movies made).

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* Creator/{{Disney}}'s thing now is to make most of the bonus features only available in the Blu-Ray and Digital Copy versions, making the [=DVDs=] vanilla or very close to it. It should be noted that Disney was Blu-Ray exclusive during the format war with HD-DVD, so that may have been a factor in their decision to push it so hard. The Digital Copies that come with extras likely do so to entertain the increasing amount of people who stopped buying movies on physical media. This trend sometimes gets inverted for 2-Movie Collection Blu-Ray/DVD combo packs, including only the two movies on the Blu-Ray, and a few bonus features on the enclosed DVD copies. Examples include ''Disney/TheEmperorsNewGroove''[=/=]''Kronk's New Groove'' and ''Disney/LiloAndStitch''[=/=]''Disney/LiloAndStitch2StitchHasAGlitch'' (and mind you that ''Disney/LiloAndStitch''[=/=]''Disney/LiloAndStitch2StitchHasAGlitch''.[[note]]Mind you, the latter's franchise had ''four'' movies made).made.[[/note]]
4th Jul '17 9:07:01 AM akaun6899
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** Said DVD games usually are not ported over to the films' Blu-ray releases, meaning that those versions of the films are even more bare.
3rd Jul '17 5:38:04 PM dsneybuf
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* When the Creator/TwentiethCenturyFox Creator/RodgersAndHammerstein movie adaptations first came to DVD, only ''Theatre/TheSoundOfMusic'' received a two-disc set. The other four had to settle for non-anamorphic [=DVDs=] with only a few bonus features. Eventually, Fox re-released all five of them with remastered picture and more extras. This version of ''The Sound of Music'' later went out of print, when the movie made its Blu-Ray debut. This means that today, it stands as the only Fox/R&H movie ''without'' a two-disc DVD. (Although, its 3-5 disc Blu-Ray sets do boast more extras than the 2-4 disc releases of the other movies.)

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* When the Creator/TwentiethCenturyFox Creator/RodgersAndHammerstein movie adaptations first came to DVD, only ''Theatre/TheSoundOfMusic'' received a two-disc set. The other four had to settle for non-anamorphic [=DVDs=] with only a few bonus features. Eventually, Fox re-released all five of them with remastered picture and more extras. This version of ''The Sound of Music'' later went out of print, when the movie made its Blu-Ray debut. This means that today, it stands as the only Fox/R&H movie ''without'' a two-disc DVD. (Although, its 3-5 disc Blu-Ray sets do boast more extras than the 2-4 disc releases of the other movies.)
16th Jun '17 12:02:38 PM mariofan1000
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* Surprisingly, for a show otherwise known for its excellent box-sets, Season 20 of ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' was released in this form. The only special feature was a preview for the 20th Anniversary special, which aired two days before the release of the DVD. It was also [[NoExportForYou never released in the UK.]]

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* Surprisingly, for a show otherwise known for its excellent box-sets, Season 20 of ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' was released in this form. The only special feature was a preview for the 20th Anniversary special, which aired two days before the release of the DVD. It was also [[NoExportForYou never released in the UK.]]UK,]] and was the show's final box-set before they moved all the episodes online.
16th Jun '17 11:57:38 AM mariofan1000
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* The release for season 20 of ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' anyone? The only special feature we got was a preview for the 20th Anniversary special, which aired two days before the release of the DVD. There aren't even any commentaries. There's still a beacon of hope for a re-release, however, as this release isn't labeled "Collectors Edition" like seasons 1-14 were.
** Simpsons' [=DVDs=] usually (as in, nearly always) avert this. Matt Groening has stated he hates this trope, and he generally tries to pack in as many features as possible (except season 20, which was merely an 'Anniversary edition'). This is done by including commentaries on EVERY single episode, (not just one or two like other shows) The original animated sequences for the menus are fun to watch too; having a lot of call-backs to the episodes featured on that particular disků
*** Season 20 is an example of NoExportForYou, as it was never released in the UK (or anywhere outside the US and Canada?). I guess Simpsons fans don't like Vanilla Editions.

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* The release Surprisingly, for season a show otherwise known for its excellent box-sets, Season 20 of ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' anyone? was released in this form. The only special feature we got was a preview for the 20th Anniversary special, which aired two days before the release of the DVD. There aren't even any commentaries. There's still a beacon of hope for a re-release, however, as this release isn't labeled "Collectors Edition" like seasons 1-14 were.
** Simpsons' [=DVDs=] usually (as in, nearly always) avert this. Matt Groening has stated he hates this trope, and he generally tries to pack in as many features as possible (except season 20, which
It was merely an 'Anniversary edition'). This is done by including commentaries on EVERY single episode, (not just one or two like other shows) The original animated sequences for the menus are fun to watch too; having a lot of call-backs to the episodes featured on that particular disků
*** Season 20 is an example of NoExportForYou, as it was
also [[NoExportForYou never released in the UK (or anywhere outside the US and Canada?). I guess Simpsons fans don't like Vanilla Editions.UK.]]
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** When [[WesternAnmiation/SpiderMan1967 the 1960s]] ''ComicBook/SpiderMan'' animated series was released on DVD in the United States (around the time ''Film/SpiderMan2'' was released to theaters), it only got all 52 episodes and an introduction by Creator/StanLee. No commentaries, no commercials, no behind-the-scenes featurettes, nothing. Talk about playing the clueless. Although, the fact that it got any bonus features at all feels like more than one could say for Buena Vista's ''WesternAnimation/XMen'' [=DVDs=], and the fact that it contained every episode feels like more than one could say for their discs of [[WesternAnimation/SpiderManTheAnimatedSeries the 1990s]] ''Spider-Man'' animated series.

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** When [[WesternAnmiation/SpiderMan1967 the 1960s]] ''ComicBook/SpiderMan'' animated series was released on DVD in the United States (around the time ''Film/SpiderMan2'' was released to theaters), it only got all 52 episodes and an introduction by Creator/StanLee. No commentaries, no commercials, no behind-the-scenes featurettes, nothing. Talk about playing the clueless. Although, Still, the fact that it got any bonus features at all feels like more than one could say for Buena Vista's barren ''WesternAnimation/XMen'' [=DVDs=], and the fact that it contained every episode feels like more than one could say for their discs single-disc releases of [[WesternAnimation/SpiderManTheAnimatedSeries the 1990s]] ''Spider-Man'' animated series.
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