Braveheart (4K+2D Blu-ray SteelBook) [France]

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May 26, 2015
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I really hope that spine content will be the other way 'round
 
Mar 19, 2017
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Looking better although I would not have minded the Academy blurb on the J-card.

What if his hair is embossed? Would that be steelbook enough for you? ;)
No, no, no... emboss the stubble not the hair. First ever tactile steelbook! :rofl:
 
Mar 24, 2013
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What if his hair is embossed? Would that be steelbook enough for you? ;)
In the same way that I wouldn't choose a BRAVEHEART steelbook with this image on the front :whistle: . . .
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. . . and just to pick an image that's coming to both steelbook and Amaray coupled with a dig at a comment I made in the DWW thread is infra dig . . . any reasonable person will know it doesn't work like that.
Certain images - such as this big head BRAVEHEART artwork - does suit the steelbook well . . . unlike the DANCES WITH WOLVES artwork which just looks as silly and inadequate as the BRAVEHEART Amaray artwork above . . . w/ no pretence at creativity and/or imagination as in something especially created by an artist/graphic designer for a Pop Art / Gallery 1988 or other creative style.

Yes, if coming to the UK, nice to see a big head Mel Gibson image on the front of a steelbook when I'm more used to seeing symbols images on my BRAVEHEART steelbooks here.

Artwork in order of preference:-
June 2014 ------------------------------------------------ May 2013 & November 2018 ----------------------------- May 2018 ------------------June 2012 --------------
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Aug 9, 2016
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In the same way that I wouldn't choose a BRAVEHEART steelbook with this image on the front :whistle: . . .
I didn't mean anything negative toward you, I was just joking. :) I enjoy your posts, and they've made me wonder if I have any criteria to determine what's "steelbook art" and what's not. As I looked at the images you posted here and in the other thread, I think there is definitely good art and bad art for movie covers, no doubt. But I'm not sure I could say that there's art that's definitely "good steelbook art" vs. just plain good art.

As for this steelbook, I don't think it's a thrilling cover, but at least it's a Braveheart cover that shows Braveheart. That makes sense to me.
 
Mar 24, 2013
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I didn't mean anything negative toward you, I was just joking. :) I enjoy your posts, and they've made me wonder if I have any criteria to determine what's "steelbook art" and what's not. As I looked at the images you posted here and in the other thread, I think there is definitely good art and bad art for movie covers, no doubt. But I'm not sure I could say that there's art that's definitely "good steelbook art" vs. just plain good art.

As for this steelbook, I don't think it's a thrilling cover, but at least it's a Braveheart cover that shows Braveheart. That makes sense to me.
Thanks for that … at least there's one (lol)
Since retiring at age 23 I've had years and years to finesse time wasting into a fine art ;)
 
Sep 15, 2018
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I have the lion steelbook, imo the best steelbook for Braveheart
 
Mar 19, 2017
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Since retiring at age 23 I've had years and years to finesse time wasting into a fine art ;)
One can't rush procrastination. :LOL: I also did not mean any insult or criticism with my embossed stubble comment. Was just joking around. Peace.:thumbs: