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Favorite DVD's

Discussion in 'Movie Forum' started by MrFurious, Sep 23, 2000.

  1. MrFurious

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    What is your favorite DVD released so far???

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  2. tee

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    So, so difficult to say... maybe The Thing R1 or T2 UE?

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    It's a dead heat between The Abyss-SE, Alien Legacy, ID4-SE, Fight Club-SE, MIB-LE, Three Kings or T2-UE. Without a doubt, the coolest DVD's around!

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    That's pretty lame Milhouse!



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    It's gotsta be The Sweet Hereafter (Canadian Region 1).

    Complete fab DVD.

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  5. Reiner

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    The 5th Element closely followed by The Matrix.
    Not interested in Extras, movie only counts ...
     
  6. mysteriousjimmy

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    same here.... and I buy DVD's for the movie not the EXTRAS.....

     
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    Oh my. I've just seen Magnolia. WATCH IT !!!

    As foe the 5th Element. Watched it about 15 times now. Say no more [​IMG]
     
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    Jaws and Vertigo.

    Two masterpieces that have been lovingly restored.
     
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    Glad to see people placing emphasis back on the MOVIES!

    Some of these 'review' mags really annoy me when they give a really good movie a crap review simply because they have no extras. Take 'Deliverance' for example, an absolute classic with sod-all extras but who cares? I would sooner have a great film given an excellent transfer than one with a dodgy transfer and loads of superficial garbage I'm only going to look at once.

    Anyway - thats my opinion...
     
  10. 1dazgwinn

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    Just has to be Heat.I know that i've been on before and raved about it but i think that the dvd is brill.I think that the true measure of a great dvd is when you can go back to it time and time again and still find new and different levels within them.Also Saving Private Ryan,the best war film that has been made in years,especialy in dts!God, i'm looking foreward to the Godfather!
     

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