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The Mummy Ultimate Collection [Blu-ray]

The Mummy Ultimate Collection [Blu-ray]


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Specification: The Mummy Ultimate Collection [Blu-ray]

Aspect Ratio

2.35:1, 2.40:1

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


MPAA rating

PG-13 (Parents Strongly Cautioned)

Product Dimensions

6.75 x 5.3 x 0.5 inches, 6.4 Ounces


Stephen Sommers, Rob Cohen, Chuck Russell

Media Format

Box set, Digital_copy, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen

Run time

7 hours and 39 minutes

Release date

May 16, 2017


Brendan Fraser, Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson, Rachel Weisz, Arnold Vosloo, Jet Li


French, Spanish


James Jacks, Stephen Sommers, Sean Daniel, Bob Ducsay, Jim Jacks


English (DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1), French (DTS 5.1), Spanish (DTS 5.1)


Universal Pictures Home Entertainment


Stephen Sommers, Alfred Gough, Miles Millar, William Osborne, David Hayter

Country of Origin


Number of discs


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13 reviews for The Mummy Ultimate Collection [Blu-ray]

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  1. Brandie Smith

    I bought this SPECIFICALLY because it included the Blu-ray AND digital movies. The first one sent to me did not include the codes. Amazon has this on their “Amazon choice” list and the description expressly states digital codes included. I had a replacement sent and this too did not include digital codes. I am not happy. It’s great if you weren’t needing or wanting a digital option, but my guess is that none of these have codes because someone bought them, took out the codes, and sold the physical copies. This is bs. Buyer beware.

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  2. Victor HR Yañez

    Great series, and outer cardboard casing was fine, but inner plastic case was cracked, and multi disc inner holder was broken.

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  3. Charles Boatwright

    Having not owned any of the Mummy films before, but greatly enjoyed them, I looked forward to a set with the integral films of the franchise. This set includes The Mummy (1999), The Mummy Returns (2001), The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor (2008), and the spinoff, The Scorpion King (2002) along with a bonus disc. More on that later…

    If you are expecting any sort of re-mastering or updated extra features, you may be disappointed. From what I understand, these are the exact same Blu-ray discs Universal had previously released of these films, just with replaced disc/cover art. For that reason, I won’t be reviewing the discs, since they’re well-documented on their respective pages.

    The bonus disc curiously only contains additional features for Mummy 3 and Scorpion King. After some research, it appears these were features recycled from previous home video releases that had been left off their respective Blu-rays. They’re nice to have, but it feels like a missed opportunity when taken into account no new material was produced, let alone for the first two films.

    On the plus side, this set comes with UV digital copies for all four films and the packaging is superior to the Best Buy steelbox. This set comes in a 5-hub keepcase housed in a slipcover, whereas the BB steelbox stacks the discs on either side. Many reviewers on YouTube have complained in their unboxing videos about the impracticality of the packaging, making the discs hard to remove and prone to damage. Even though the steelbox is slightly cheaper to purchase in-store, I don’t think it’s worth the frustration due to the cut-down design.

    If you’re looking for a re-mastered set, I’d say go with the 4K release, even though you’re only getting the first three films in that set. Otherwise, this set is fine for casual fans. Those who own the films already need to decide if digital copies and a mediocre bonus disc are worth the upgrade.

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  4. Jonathan

    El paquete llego en excelente estado, contiene las 4 peliculas y un disco de material bonus. Las peliculas incluyen el idioma español latino. Por lo cual la relación precio-beneficio es excelente. Una gran opción de compra si eres fan de estas peliculas.

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  5. Jonathan

    The Mummy Ultimate Edition includes 5 discs(4 BD movie + Bonus DVD). The BD movie still the same old disc and bonus DVD contents some special features from The Mummy 3 and The Scorpion King

    I never had The Mummy movies on BD before I know it old date HD mastered VC-1 encode but really surprise PQ look really good! Another thing surprise me is the package look great .Slipcover look beautiful and the package inside is clearcase.

    If you never have The Mummy on BD before it worth your money I really recommended!😁

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  6. Nellyboo

    La entrega llegó antes de tiempo y en buenas condiciones en cuanto al servicio excelente como siempre excelente.

    Esta edición me gusto bastante y detalló un poco lo que contiene:

    🔹4 discos Bluray + 1 DVD
    🔹Códigos de las copias digitales de las 4 películas (se pueden canjear en iTines o Ultravioleta)
    🔹Las 4 películas vienen en 5.1 DTS HDMA idioma Inglés, Español y Portugués (al igual que los subtítulos)
    🔹Las copias digitales (las canjee en iTunes) solo se pueden redimir con cunetas americanas y vienen únicamente en idioma Inglés al igual que los subtítulos solo son en inglés,
    🔹El disco bonus DVD únicamente contiene extras de El Rey Escorpión y de La tumba del emperador Dragón y solo vienen en Inglés de la misma forma que los subtítulos solo Inglés,

    Espero que les sirva de referencia para quienes adquieran esta edición

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  7. Victor HR Yañez

    All the extras that were on each two disk version are here on one disk for each film. Beautiful transfer. The perfect mummy collection.

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  9. Brandie Smith

    Always a classic these movies. I know many were disappointed by the fact that the series didn’t continue as expected. I will admit, at such a good price, I figured it was worth it for The Mummy and The Mummy Returns. What I didn’t expect was to enjoy watching The Mummy: The Tomb of the Dragon Emperor. I found it a fun popcorn movie, that while not as good as the beginning of the series, was still a fitting addition. As for The Scorpion King that will also be a hit or miss for most people. However, keep in mind that every movie in this set is still better than The Mummy (2017) with Tom Cruise.

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  10. Starguy

    One year for my birthday a bunch of friends threw me a party and as I unwrapped my gifts I received no less than three copies of Brendan Fraser’s delightful action-adventure “The Mummy”. I hadn’t seen it yet and ended up loving the film so those friends who got it for me—right on! Good choice. I had been so enamored with the fun and fantasy of this old-school throwback that when “The Mummy Returns” came out I was excited for it and my wife and I took time to see it on our vacation out of the States. It was possibly the worst part of our vacation. “The Mummy Returns” simply lacked a lot of the charm that made the first outing so much fun. Fraser and Weisz did an amicable job, and Weisz certainly impressed in her much stronger and physically demanding role, but it was all too much (and the Rock’s Scorpion King was simply a bad SyFy channel CGI construction; can fans of old Harryhausen stop-motion animation imagine what they could have done in that vein?). After the relative success of “The Mummy Returns” (which I enjoy more now than I initially did I admit, though it still doesn’t hold much of a candle to the first) “The Scorpion King” smartly didn’t try to play off of the Rock’s giant human-scorpion CGI hybrid and instead allowed the Rock’s natural charisma to carry the movie. It was an all right actioner. Nothing grand but a fun sword-and-sandal flick for the new millennium; note that sword-and-sandal flicks were in short supply and even shorter demand!

    Finally, in one last gasp, they tried to recapture some of the old magic of the first film with another Brendan Fraser outing with the final “The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor” starring the then rising in the west star of Hong Kong cinema, Jet Li. I know that this was the death knell film to the series and that a lot of fans didn’t really like this one, and I get it: the Mummy wasn’t Arnold Vosloo’s mummy; Rachel Weisz’s cutesy performance was switched out with another actress who certainly has a harder edge in Maria Bello; and the O’Connell’s were reduced to a squabbling family). But there’s some things that this film did well: it was successful in providing a fun time period as the first movie did; it brought Hong Kong action cinema sensibilities to the film which provided much tighter and focused action sequences; it expanded on the mummy mythos to include other cultural and magical features; it had an involving and good looking cast of actors; and, while I would have really preferred Weisz playing her Evelyn character over Bello, I’m going to admit that Bello did a good job in making Evelyn more of a sophisticate but still likable and she maintained a charmed attraction to Fraser’s Rick. The introduction of their older son helped provide a new, younger love interest storyline with his being pitted against the winsome and exotic Lin. By the end of the movie I liked their pairing.

    Anyway, throwing all four of these movies together in a Blu-ray collection for the fans works, especially at a pretty nice price. They may feel a little bit dated, but on the other hand, they can make pretty good and pretty safe date movies! They continue to provide me fond memories.

    The Mummy—5 very solid stars
    Tomb of the Dragon Emperor—4 eastern stars
    The Scorpion King—3 economical stars
    The Mummy Returns—2.75 too much stars

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  11. THowerton

    I love these movies, but I purchased this set mainly for the digital copies; so, of course, I didn’t get any of the digital copies!

    I couldn’t find a link to contact the seller (I will continue to look for a way to contact them), so this review reflects that I didn’t get everything that was listed as being included with the purchase.

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  12. Anthony C.

    Love the remake that was done. They look good and well acted. The director did a great job. I still prefer the original but this is great entertainment also. This was an upgrade buy to go with The DVD I have.

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  13. Nico

    The media could not be loaded.

     This has to be the worst delivery I have ever had for a movie. THE ENITRE MOVIE SKIPS. The ENTIRE case is practically destroyed! This is not new!!! This is unacceptable and I would like to know who I can talk to because this is the worst condition I have ever received a movie!!!

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