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DVDs You Have to Have, Part One!

  • Jun 3, 2010
Well, it occurs to me that I've reviewed films in two separate ways. Sometimes I review the film itself and other times I review the DVD of that film. In order to make things a bit easier on people who are trying to figure out which version of the film they should buy on DVD, especially in an age where most films have at least three different DVD releases, here is my list of DVDs you have to have!
Rather than place these in preferential order, I've placed them in the order of the best video/audio quality and the quantity and quality of the special features. Enjoy!
By the way, I'll be adding descriptions of the DVD features over the next few days, so be patient...
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July 14, 2010
I know you said you will be updating the whys to this list, can't wait to read them.
June 11, 2010
This is the first time you haven't done a commentary, and I would really have liked to see what makes each one of these the one to have. I know it's because they have extras, but what are the extras that they have that all the other editions don't have?
June 12, 2010
I'll be elaborating on my reasons later. It will take a lot of time because I'll need to go through and do write-ups on technical specifications, special features, and audio and picture quality. At the moment, I'm bushed.
June 12, 2010
You don't have to be all that specific.
June 13, 2010
You think that as an obsessive-compulsive writer I even have a choice?! LOL!
June 13, 2010
It was sort of a silly thing to say now that I think about it. In fact I'm shocked that you put it up without having put the usual in depth comments.
June 13, 2010
Well, I wanted to post it first and then add the details. As you can see, you're the only person who has read it...
June 13, 2010
Well we have lost a large portion of the people likely to read our stuff.
June 13, 2010
Yeah, but only about 70%. ; )
June 13, 2010
Then it works out about right. Three people left and I'm the only one reading it. That only leave 5% wandering around out there--not even a complete person.
June 13, 2010
Well, not exactly. There are still three people on the site on my friends list who normally would have noticed, but they aren't paying attention (yes, I'm talking about you guys, Woopak, Scottie, and Adrianna). LOL!
June 13, 2010
Ooooohhh. But the math doesn't work out that way.
June 13, 2010
I've stopped writing to a couple of people because in over a year they haven't responded once. I don't just mean that they haven't read my reviews in return, I mean that they don't write responses to my comments. They must have been raised by robots.
June 14, 2010
Scotty--one of my mother's two claims to fame was that she was treated by the real life doctor that THE FUGITIVE was based on, Dr. Sam Sheppard who lived in an exclusive area around Cleveland. (Her other claim to fame was that she bough a bowling ball from Paul Newman during the time he worked in his parent's sporting goods store. She said he wasn't the kind of person you forgot.)
June 14, 2010
I don't remember what state they used, but of course it really took place in Ohio.
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