Big Trouble

Discussion in 'DVD' started by Antonio S, May 1, 2006.

  1. Antonio S

    Antonio S Stunt Coordinator

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    in Little China.
    Which edition is best. There's a 2 disk special edition that may be oop. There is also a single disk available that I believe came out a year later.
    Thanks
     
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    rutger_s Supporting Actor

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    The two disc set has DTS with a second disc of extras that DVD producer David Prior found. This includes a featurette, interactive magazine articles, and a nice easter egg showcasing the "video game" version of the movie.

    The single disc drops DTS for a pan & scan version of the movie.
     
  3. Antonio S

    Antonio S Stunt Coordinator

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    Hmm...According to the Amazon ad, the double was released 5/22/01. The single was released 8/27/02.
    Fox devolved it. Way to go Fox. [​IMG]
     
  4. Mike<> C

    Mike<> C Stunt Coordinator

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    was has this been confirmed, the single is identical minus DTS of course and the second disc? I just picked up the single today and want to know for sure before I open it. Seems the 2 disc is nowhere to be found.
     
  5. Kevin Linke

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    You can find it on ebay still.
     
  6. Matt Czyz

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    I see the 2-disc at the local used dvd store fairly frequently.
     
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    Stephen_J_H All Things Film Junkie
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    I cherish my 2-disc. One of the best commentaries ever committed to disc.
     

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