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BBC4 The DVD Collector

Discussion in 'TV Show Forum' started by encaser, Mar 16, 2002.

  1. encaser

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    New prog' for the 'intellectual collector'. Not too bad. It has the odd pretentious - read Richard Jobson - type turning up, but some interesting snippets about milieu of films source, what's coming up and what extras are on the disc.
    It's on at 11.35pm so set video to scoff at a later date - read after kicking out time. [​IMG]
     
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    JD Give it a rest mate the joke is wearing very thin now.

    Encaser,

    Have seen it once and it looks ok, might watch if nothing else is on.
     
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    It's not a rocket fuelled buzz this I agree, but if it has some film you're into then it can surprise with info/clips that you may never have seen before about those involved. Shame Sky guide gives it the kiss-of-death brainiac few lines instead of bothering to list what's reviewed so viewers could take it when it would appeal.
    But here's a cut and paste for this week (RT) which has looks good.


    A review of the latest DVD releases, introduced by Stuart Maconie. Richard Jobson examines the camp and flashy style of Baz Luhrman's `Strictly Ballroom', `Romeo and Juliet' and `Moulin Rouge', and Jonathan Romney looks at Henri-Georges Clouzot's `The Wages of Fear' and `Les Diaboliques'. Plus the work of revered Japanese director Akira Kurosawa
     

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