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Snatch 2 disc set

Discussion in 'Movie Forum' started by chris, Dec 30, 2000.

  1. chris

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    I notice play are showing Snatch to be out soon, on a 2 disk set, but they dont tell you much about it....
    Does anyone know if disk 2 is just extra's or is the film spread across 2 disk's?
     
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    Chris,

    Don't mean to sound rude, mate, but think about it. If the T2 Special Edition can be fit onto one disk, and that runs at 2.5 hours, plus extras, then Snatch at around 100 minutes, is going to be a doddle!

    I should imagine that DVD 1 will hold the film, and DVD 2, the extras.

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    do you mean the T2 Ultmate edition???
    if so the one disk version was dvd18 - dual layer/double sided and is also available as a 2 disk version
     
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    Mysteriousjimmy wrote: "Do you mean the T2 Ultmate Edition? If so, the one disk version was DVD18 - dual layer/double sided and is also available as a 2 disk version."

    Yep, that's the one! I was lucky, in that I received the 2-disc version! Definitely a better idea:- less likely to get damaged in handling the disc; easier to see what part of the disc it is you want to watch (e.g. the movies, or the extras), and the actualy DVD looks nicer.

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