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PostPosted: 24 Jul 2005, 02:55 
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The initial thought was to call this thread Double Dipping, unfortunatly that's not always true. Post in here any news about intended re-releasing of currently available DVDs (especially if the current ones are stacked with special features).

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Gah!!! I just bought that not too long ago. I even researched the differences between the DVD releases so that I'd get the best one. Fuckers. They can take their "new features" and shove 'em up their ass.

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snotball wrote:

Gah!!! I just bought that not too long ago. I even researched the differences between the DVD releases so that I'd get the best one. Fuckers. They can take their "new features" and shove 'em up their ass.

Wow, Sugar! Do you eat with that mouth?

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Gah!!! I just bought that not too long ago. I even researched the differences between the DVD releases so that I'd get the best one. Fuckers. They can take their "new features" and shove 'em up their ass.

Wow, Sugar! Do you eat with that mouth?


Is there any other mouth she should eat with?

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The Truman Show (Special Edition) - August 23rd.

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You can check out this thread it stays very up to date on any re-releases coming out.

http://www.dvdtalk.com/forum/showthread.php?t=89464&page=1


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fishn4 wrote:
You can check out this thread it stays very up to date on any re-releases coming out.

http://www.dvdtalk.com/forum/showthread.php?t=89464&page=1

awesome. thanks!

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alan smithee wrote:
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You can check out this thread it stays very up to date on any re-releases coming out.

http://www.dvdtalk.com/forum/showthread.php?t=89464&page=1

awesome. thanks!


:green: Too bad I didn't kow of this list earlier.

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well, i thought about making a thread for the Sin City dvd but i thought it would be more fitting to post in here. is anyone actually going to buy this? i haven't seen a release date for the Deluxe yet (though i think i heard November from somewhere) but all the August 16th one will have is a behind the scenes featurette thing. i've decided i'm going to Netflix it and just keep it until the deluxe comes out, while rotating my other two. or is anyone going to buy the PSP one? i wonder what those are like. but yeah, it seems PJ set the new standard for double-dipping.


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Mr.StayPuft wrote:
well, i thought about making a thread for the Sin City dvd but i thought it would be more fitting to post in here. is anyone actually going to buy this? i haven't seen a release date for the Deluxe yet (though i think i heard November from somewhere) but all the August 16th one will have is a behind the scenes featurette thing. i've decided i'm going to Netflix it and just keep it until the deluxe comes out, while rotating my other two. or is anyone going to buy the PSP one? i wonder what those are like. but yeah, it seems PJ set the new standard for double-dipping.


The difference between Sin City, and the usual Multiple Dipping titles, is that just like with the Lords of the Rings trilogy, you were told in advance that a special edition is in the works and even what it will include. No real surprise there. X-Men, on the other hand was rushed to DVD and FOX tried to hush/ignore Singer's announcement, that a special edition is in the works, to avoid sales drop.

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yeah that's true, it's not as bad as Xmen 1.5. or that crap they did with Man on Fire and I, Robot.


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This comes as a total surprise :roll: (We need a yawn emoticon).

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snotball wrote:
This comes as a total surprise :roll: (We need a yawn emoticon).

That fucking bitch.

George Lucas, I have bought all your shit so far. I own the trilogy box-set with its terrible sound and visual glitches. I own the original VHS in all its glory. I own the first two of the prequels and will buy the third when it hits shelves. You know I'll buy most anything you put out. So why are you doing this to me? Do you hate me? Are you trying to make me go broke? Is this anything new, or are you just repackaging the old ones? And why am I asking you all this if you will never read it?

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Eric Draven wrote:
snotball wrote:
This comes as a total surprise :roll: (We need a yawn emoticon).

That fucking bitch.

George Lucas, I have bought all your shit so far. I own the trilogy box-set with its terrible sound and visual glitches. I own the original VHS in all its glory. I own the first two of the prequels and will buy the third when it hits shelves. You know I'll buy most anything you put out. So why are you doing this to me? Do you hate me? Are you trying to make me go broke? Is this anything new, or are you just repackaging the old ones? And why am I asking you all this if you will never read it?


Nah, it's nothing personal. The way I see it, Lucas was this nerdy kid at school that everyone picked on. After many years of plotting and scheming, he came up with this genius masterplan to make the entire world his prison bitch, without even having to go to prison.

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I knew I was smart not to buy the last DVD set... if only because I know that he WILL have a 6 DVD set coming out eventually... and even that 6 DVD set will be RE-Released with a quasi-ultimate edition which should hold up until some anniversary edition will be realeased.

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Sorry to be dense, but what's the difference between this set and the last set? Both are the redone versions, right?


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Sorry to be dense, but what's the difference between this set and the last set? Both are the redone versions, right?


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The versions included in this set are from the 1997 re-release, although no information is yet available about whether the films will feature the revisions made at that time, or simply contain the same (additional) revisions and changes made for the 2004 release of the trilogy on DVD.


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I'm guessing this is not R1, but 3 discs seem better than 2. Care to let me know what I'm missing out on? I have
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Ridley's Blade Gets One More Cut

Now that assorted and sundry rights issues have been settled by the lawyers, Warner Home Video is planning a September reissue of the "director's cut" of Ridley Scott's 1982 noir-fi thriller, Blade Runner, Variety reports. That restored edition will only be available for four months, at which time Blade Runner: Final Cut — an even newer edit promised to be Scott's final, final take — will hit theaters for a limited 25th-anniversary run.

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Ridley's Blade Gets One More Cut

Now that assorted and sundry rights issues have been settled by the lawyers, Warner Home Video is planning a September reissue of the "director's cut" of Ridley Scott's 1982 noir-fi thriller, Blade Runner, Variety reports. That restored edition will only be available for four months, at which time Blade Runner: Final Cut — an even newer edit promised to be Scott's final, final take — will hit theaters for a limited 25th-anniversary run.

could you post a link, please?

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TVGuide.com wrote:
Ridley's Blade Gets One More Cut

Now that assorted and sundry rights issues have been settled by the lawyers, Warner Home Video is planning a September reissue of the "director's cut" of Ridley Scott's 1982 noir-fi thriller, Blade Runner, Variety reports. That restored edition will only be available for four months, at which time Blade Runner: Final Cut — an even newer edit promised to be Scott's final, final take — will hit theaters for a limited 25th-anniversary run.

could you post a link, please?

Here
5th story down.... unless you want some link from Warner Home Video... you'd have to search for that one.

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Odd Todd wrote:
alan smithee wrote:
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TVGuide.com wrote:
Ridley's Blade Gets One More Cut

Now that assorted and sundry rights issues have been settled by the lawyers, Warner Home Video is planning a September reissue of the "director's cut" of Ridley Scott's 1982 noir-fi thriller, Blade Runner, Variety reports. That restored edition will only be available for four months, at which time Blade Runner: Final Cut — an even newer edit promised to be Scott's final, final take — will hit theaters for a limited 25th-anniversary run.

could you post a link, please?

Here
5th story down.... unless you want some link from Warner Home Video... you'd have to search for that one.

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