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CTHV Press Release: "Quicksilver"

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Ronald Epstein, Oct 1, 2002.

  1. Ronald Epstein

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    Kevin Bacon, Jami Gertz
    Star in
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    QUICKSILVER
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    This Hip, Feel-Good Actioner
    Debuts on DVD 12/10/02

    Culver City, Calif. (Sept. 30, 2002) - Debuting on DVD December 10,
    Kevin
    Bacon (Wild Things, Apollo 13) stars as a Wall Street wunderkind who has
    a dramatic
    change-of-life in QUICKSILVER, also starring Jami Gertz (Twister).

    A hotshot stockbroker (Bacon) bets it all -- and loses it all -- in
    one day,
    effectively ruining his clients financially while at the same time
    destroying his own
    career. Naturally, he turns to that old stockbroker standby: he becomes
    a bicycle
    messenger. Eventually, Bacon leads the exploited masses of messengers
    with whom he's
    been working in an uprising against unfair labor practices.

    QUICKSILVER DVD FEATURES

    Digitally Mastered Audio & Video
    Remastered in High Definition
    Full Screen Presentation
    Audio: English, French
    Subtitles: English, French, Japanese
    Theatrical Trailers
    Interactive Menus
    Scene Selections

    MPAA Rated PG
    DVD Price: $19.95
    Original theatrical release: 1986
    Color/ Closed Caption/ 106 minutes
    DVD #07886 / UPC Code: 0-43396-07886-4
    DVD Order date: 11/7/02
    DVD Street date: 12/10/02
     
  2. Robert Crawford

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    Sorry to beat a dead horse, but if it's full screen no sale for me.




    Crawdaddy
     
  3. ChrisMatson

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    But wait...doesn't "FULL SCREEN" mean you see more? [​IMG]
    Oh well...like Crawdaddy said...
     
  4. eric holm

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    Too bad about the presentation. I really liked this movie.

    One good thing about it. This was made before Bacon decided we needed to see his privates in every movie he was in.
     
  5. Dave_P.

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    Well looks like I'm gonna be owning less and less "family" films on DVD. Glad I kept all my laserdiscs before assuming I would replace them all on DVD.
     
  6. michael deakin

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    What a bummer.
    "84 Charring cross road" and now this.
    mike.[​IMG]
     
  7. Seth T

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    Me too...how sad...it was a fun flick I would have purchased.
     
  8. Dmitry

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    Given that this board is wholeheartedly behind OAR, should these full-screen press releases even be posted here?
     
  9. Kyle McKnight

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    I agree with Dmitry. Going from some of the posts here, I take it "full screen" isn't the OAR, so why promote it here?

     

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