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Details for Kamen Rider Movie War Ultimatum Blu-Ray & DVD Release

Amazon Japan started listing the Blu-Ray and DVD release of the annual Kamen Rider team-up film, “Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider Wizard & Fourze: Movie War ULTIMATUM”. Each of the release this time will be available in four different versions.

Apart from the Theatrical Version, which costs 4200 yen (DVD) and 5250 yen (Blu-Ray), the site also listed the Director's Cut version, to be released on the same date! Running for 115 minutes, the release costs 5460 yen (DVD) and 6510 (Blu-Ray).

Also to be released are the Collector's Edition and Perfect File.

Running for a total of 94 minutes, the Collector's Edition comes with the theatrical version of the film with an additional bonus disc, for 7140 yen (DVD) and 8190 yen (Blu-Ray). Meanwhile, the Perfect File version, which will run for 209 minutes, comes with both the Theatrical Edition and Director's Cut, bonus disc, and various extra film extras, for 11,500 yen (DVD) and 13,650 yen (Blu-Ray).

The film earned 282,422,820 yen (or about $3,424,137) in 298 screens on its first weekend, and debuted at the top of Japan Box Office!

Directed by Koichi Sakamoto (Kamen Rider Fourze), with screenplay by Yoshio Urasawa (Nintama Rantaro, Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger) and Kazuki Nakashima (Gurren Lagann, Fourze), Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider Wizard & Fourze: Movie War ULTIMATUM premieres December 8th.

“Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider Wizard & Fourze: Movie War ULTIMATUM” Blu-Ray and DVD will be coming our way this May 21st.

via O:Range

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5 Responses
  1. NeoD Says:

    I've been wondering but do they need to release the Theatrical Version and Director's Cut version at the same time?
    Since the Director's Cut version is longer, wouldn't be logical that we buy this one only?

  2. TheJacked Says:


    Well,I think it's maybe for fans to compare the differences. Remember,not all DC ver. include longer battle scenes.Some will show draggy scenes(e.g.useless dialogues).
    But I'll definitely watch the DC ver. instead since it's the more original ver. Heck I still havent watch MegaMax DC yet cos I'm lazy to watch.

  3. Anonymous Says:

    The reason for that is usually business.

    First things first: we’re fully aware that “director’s cut” almost never means what we think it means. In the film industry, a “director’s cut” is simply one version of a film that the director has personally overseen the editing of, despite the fact that this cut is by no means polished, or final. When we use “director’s cut” in regular usage today, we are usually referring to an alternate, “director’s version” of the film, thus implying that the theatrical release was not, in fact, what the original director had in mind. That being said, we will be using the phrase “director’s cut” as a synonym with “director’s version.” Just because, you know. It’s easier.

    Almost all of these films have had at least one or two “director’s cuts” made after the theatrical release of their films; for some reason or another, the studio disapproved of the director’s original vision, and, as studios are wont to do, replaced it with their own. This is not even remotely uncommon in movie studios, I believe it might be prudent to revisit some of those films whose director’s cuts differ so strongly from their their theatrical versions that it becomes difficult to view the two cuts as even being the same film. While the director’s versions are almost always superior to the theatrical cuts, the different versions of these films aren’t necessarily awful: even the awkwardly-directed, hamhandedly written Lester version of Superman II still has its merits, and the studio-perverted version of Brazil is immensely entertaining in its total inanity.

    In other words, it’s worth watching all of the different versions of these films; regardless of whether or not all the versions end up being entertaining, their changes and additions will tell you a lot about the politics of filmmaking, and how one or two small changes can transform the entire tone or purpose of a film.

  4. Rayonyx Says:

    For me.
    I love to watch original version. NOT THE additional version. I feel like I watch at the movie theatre when I watch original one.

  5. Anonymous Says:

    Can you make a link for the movie? - Buy Video Games for Consoles and PC - From Japan, Korea and other Regions
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