The Time Machine

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  1. juboy

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    Anyone know if any UK R1 import sites have this DVD available on pre-order yet? Apparently it's going to be an Anamorphic W/S, DTS gem!

    If you've seen the cinema trailer you'll no doubt be drooling about this disc as a reference contender. Release date is supposedly 23 July.

    If only we could travel forward in time, we'd be able to get hold of it now :)
     
  2. cybersoga

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    I prefer the original, even though the new one is a good movie it's not the blockbuster it could have been. I felt that the main character didn't explore his surroundings in the future enough and he didn't seem to care about the technology and the way people live in the furure all he cared about was trying to save his girlfriend, who i really couldn't care for
     
  3. Lex

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    Took this from 'Digital Bits' -

    DreamWorks has just announced the DVD release of The Time Machine for July 23rd (MAP $19.95). Features will include anamorphic widescreen video, audio in Dolby Digital and DTS 5.1 flavors, a behind-the-scenes featurette on the movie’s creatures (featuring an interview with Stan Winston), audio commentary with director Simon Wells and editor Wayne Wahram, a second commentary by producer David Valdes, production designer Oliver Scholl and visual effects supervisor James E. Price, a newly-created animated sequence featuring a selection of Simon Wells’ original storyboards set to music, a behind-the-scenes look at the creation of the "time machine" prop, a deleted scene featuring Guy Pearce and Phillip Bosco, an in-depth look at the film’s visual effects and more.

    As for whether it is available for pre-order, why not try a few places, then tell us! :D

    www.dvdpricecheck.co.uk might help...
     

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