Blu-Ray Feature "Giant Effin Movie" Not on DVD?

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  1. Squall42080

    Squall42080 Autobot RSX Type-S

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    I purchased the Blu-Ray last night and watched a Special Feature on the 2nd disc called "Giant Effin' Movie."

    It turns out I am in the crowd in one of the scenes that covers the filming in Bethlehem, PA...so I went to buy the DVD at Target (also to get a transforming case), and that particular feature isn't on the DVD. Its a pain in the butt to show people with the Blu-Ray, because not many people have a Blu-Ray player unfortunately...that's why I wanted it on DVD.

    My question is, is this feature missing from all DVDs and is Blu-Ray specific, or is there a version of the DVD that has this feature? I'm assuming no, but I figured it's worth asking.
     
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    Opticron Primal Comin' up OOOs!

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    Most Blu-Ray versions of movies have special features that aren't on any regular DVD releases. The first TF movie release was the same way.

    If a special feature is on the Blu-Ray and not the regular DVDs, then it's Blu-Ray specific.
     
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    Because DVD is the new VHS.
     
  4. Squall42080

    Squall42080 Autobot RSX Type-S

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    While I agree, and do not support the purchase of DVDs anymore...the idea of buying one to show my friends and families the feature is a lot easier than disconnecting the PS3 from my TV, packing it up and lugging it to their houses to show them the Blu-Ray.

    I figured the answer was no, but it was worth asking to see if maybe one retailer got it and not others.

    Thanks!
     

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