Discussion in 'Shopping, Deals, Discounts & Bargains' started by janfi, Aug 11, 2003.
Cool - bought for £4.99 with the £1 off link.
Is it really not anamorphic? The only specs elsewhere I can find say it is.. unless it's not the UK version?
If it is anamorphic could you let us know.
regional comparison below
there is no reason for it not to be anamrphic. i think it may be listed incorrectly on cdwow. they are great but not always comprehensive when they list features...
Normal R2 version came through yesterday - in all it's horrible Warner Bros type case glory
So its anamorpic then ?????
And is the film any good?
Not a bad film Garrett, and Halli Berry gets her kit off
Im not a big fan of JT but that would go some way as compensation.
the film is fun enough - one of those that if you have any knowledge about computers/programming that you'll be wanting to slap someone silly throughout though..
in fact it's amazing what you can achieve when you randomly bash the keys impossibly fast which is controlling 'a 7 screen display gui which works by sticking various blocks together' until you successfully complete the program you're aiming to create :/
The ball bearing bomb at the beginning is one of the loudest and best example of surround sound ever.
That bomb at the start was great, but the rest of the movie stunk to high-heaven. Its like a movie about computers written by a 12 year old who learnt everything he knows everything about computers from reading The Sun.
It features a "hero hacker" built like Homer Simpson's dreams of himself built like a washboard that _could_ only have been dreamt up by a fat pubescent blob who buys hacked phonecards and calls himself "DEATH2DFUZZ".
If you've ever suffered through Beavis & Butthead type "heh heh heh" newsgroup trolling then you know exactly what sitting through this movie is like.
Its bad. Its very very baaadd. I did enjoy the laughably unnecessary blast of Halle's baps but I reckon I still overpaid to see this movie by around £10 (even though I saw it free on a loan from a friend).
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