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Author:  JP [ 28 Sep 2001, 21:21 ]
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Jackie Brown
Ed Wood
Trading Places
National Lampoon's European Vaction (to complete the set)**

**One down, three to go!!!


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Author:  kinggrl [ 02 Oct 2001, 07:03 ]
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How about "Cape Fear"??!?!

Author:  Nipples [ 02 Oct 2001, 07:21 ]
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Both versions of "Cape Fear" were just released within the last couple of weeks.

For quite a while there's been talk of a "Jackie Brown" DVD, but I haven't heard anything lately. I wish they'd get off their butts and release it. Damn "them."

Author:  Studboy [ 26 Oct 2001, 20:49 ]
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Say Anything "by choice"

Author:  mwmusic77 [ 09 Nov 2001, 20:00 ]
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Actually, I'm quite dissappointed in the fact that "they" haven't really released any 80's choice movies (except for Breakfast Club, of course). They finally released The Goonies, but what happened to Pretty in Pink, sixteen candles, and weird science?? Oh, and we cannot forget the infamous Indiana Jones series.....

Author:  maddan [ 27 Mar 2002, 08:38 ]
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Hardware. I just now decided to buy it and I can't.

Author:  nsomniac [ 29 Mar 2002, 11:19 ]
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Do they have any Upright Citizens Brigade episodes on dvd. Like seasons 1-3 or Family Guy episodes.

Author:  Philip [ 31 Mar 2002, 12:53 ]
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Glengarry Glen Ross?

Author:  snotball [ 31 Mar 2002, 13:08 ]
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The first season of Family Guy has been released on Region 2 for quite some time.

Author:  Studboy [ 15 Jun 2002, 14:55 ]
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Jeremy, at least your very first post is now scheduled.

Jackie Brown, Aug 20 along with a great looking version of Pulp Fiction

Checkout http://www.jackiebrowndvd.com

Author:  Guest [ 15 Jun 2002, 21:49 ]
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Quote:
On 2002-06-15 18:55, Studboy wrote:
Jeremy, at least your very first post is now scheduled.

Jackie Brown, Aug 20 along with a great looking version of Pulp Fiction

Checkout http://www.jackiebrowndvd.com


Ed Wood is also scheduled on that very same day.

Author:  Guest [ 16 Jun 2002, 15:24 ]
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Back to the Future Trilogy

Author:  Studboy [ 29 Jun 2002, 17:35 ]
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Anon, your wish has come true.

Back to the Future trilogy is due out Dec 17th with a great price of around $39.95. Checkout http://www.videobusiness.com/news/062602_future_dvd.asp

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Author:  Nirky [ 10 Sep 2002, 15:23 ]
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On 2002-03-31 15:53, Buffoon1918 wrote:
Glengarry Glen Ross?


"will you go to lunch?! WILL YOU GO TO LUNCH??!!"

ha, i'm waiting for this one myself.

Author:  Studboy [ 15 Sep 2002, 11:12 ]
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Finally, Glengarry Glen Ross is coming out Nov 19th.

http://www.videobusiness.com/article.as ... tType=NEWS

An Excerpt...

GLENGARRY DVD FINDS A HOME IN NOVEMBER
Two-disc edition includes a tribute to Lemmon.
By Daniel Frankel 9/13/2002

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SEPT. 13 | The oft-requested Glengarry Glen Ross will make its DVD debut on Nov. 19 when Artisan Home Entertainment releases the critically acclaimed film as a 10th anniversary special edition (VB, 7-15).

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Author:  Nirky [ 15 Sep 2002, 23:26 ]
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thanks studboy!

Author:  Philip [ 22 Nov 2002, 16:21 ]
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Studboy wrote:
Finally, Glengarry Glen Ross is coming out Nov 19th.

http://www.videobusiness.com/article.as ... tType=NEWS


:D :D :D

You rock, man... just remembered about this -- and now I'm taking a trip to Best Buy on the way home.

Author:  Philip [ 22 Nov 2002, 16:23 ]
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Another one, if any of you fine people have some insight:

Hamlet (Kenneth Branagh's version)

Author:  JP [ 23 Nov 2002, 05:50 ]
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Alright, 3 released, 3 bought, 1 to go...
Anyone know what happened with the Ed Wood release?
It was announced :D , I preordered 8) , production was cancelled :evil:
What gives?

BTW: Could one of the forum admins fix the two posts with unclosed quotes in this thread causing the display problems?

Author:  Nunis [ 23 Nov 2002, 13:15 ]
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I wanna know why Office Space is not out on Region 2!! Tell me that!

Author:  Studboy [ 23 Nov 2002, 17:24 ]
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Fixed the annoying quote problem.

I have not seen anything on "Ed Wood" yet, but will keep my ears open. It's kind of painful when I shut them anyway...

Author:  fishn4 [ 25 Nov 2002, 17:15 ]
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A movie called "Fatal Instinct" It is one of the funniest spoof movies ever. A lot of it isn't so much spoof as it is just real clever and literal comedy much like Airplane. Anyone have any info on this one?

Author:  Philip [ 03 Dec 2002, 17:58 ]
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Buffoon1918 wrote:
Another one, if any of you fine people have some insight:

Hamlet (Kenneth Branagh's version)


Or for that matter, the Mel Gibson/Franco Zeffirelli 'Hamlet'.

And what about the Three Colors movies?

Author:  misterhan [ 09 Dec 2002, 13:47 ]
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What about "The Last American Virgin" (1982)? To me that was the best teen movie of the 80's even though most have forgotten it.

Author:  JP [ 09 Dec 2002, 13:49 ]
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misterhan wrote:
What about "The Last American Virgin" (1982)? To me that was the best teen movie of the 80's even though most have forgotten it.

"They're not dead yet!"

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