EVERYONE SAYS I LOVE YOU on blu

Discussion in 'Blu-ray and UHD' started by Larry-Bender, Nov 15, 2012.

  1. Larry-Bender

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    Found my favorite Woody Allen film on bluray. Region - free Swedish import on Amazon.
     
  2. Peter Neski

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    favorite???
     
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    I had hoped that MGM/Fox would have been speedier about getting more of Woody's great films out on Blu-ray. Do I remember reading an announcement that said Sleeper was coming?
     
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    Yes, that and HANNAH AND HER SISTERS, in January (pre-orders on Amazon). But if we only get two of these each year, we won't see all of the Allen films come out before the Blu-ray format shrivels up, I would guess. How about getting all of your Woody's out, Sony, the way Universal has done with their Hitchcocks?
     
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    ...or before some of us shrivel up.
     
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    My thought exactly!
     
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    I picked up Everyone Says I Love You, Mighty Aphrodite, Small Time Crooks and Bullets Over Broadway that were released in Scandinavia by Scanbox Entertainment. Audio is never good with Woody Allen's pictures but the picture quality with these set of his movies were disappointing - dated DVD masters are the base. The US MGM/Fox versions of Manhattan and Annie Hall were superior.
     

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