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Dreamcatcher (2003) (Blu-ray) Available for Preorder

Discussion in 'Blu-ray and UHD' started by Ronald Epstein, May 30, 2014.

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  1. Ronald Epstein

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  2. Jari K

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    Cool. I can finally get rid of that old snapper DVD. I'm sure WB will port all the extras.
     
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    What was Lawrence Kasdan thinking when he made this piece of junk, and I am a huge Kasdan fan. There are a large number of good films that Warner could release.
     
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    What was Stephen King thinking when he reached the halfway point of the novel? I was really loving it, and what a letdown! Even the movie, though really abbreviated, did all right for a little while -- but probably not even as far as the book did. What a travesty!
     
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    Why? For me, with so many SDs in my collection, this is not one of those to double dip on...please bring on the great sci-fis from the 50's...PLEASE!!!
     
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    Why what? You're unhappy that this film is released on BD?
     
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    What's up with this.

    We get...

    Sleepwalkers...

    We don't get

    Langoliers
     
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    Directed by Lawrence Kasdan, screenplay by Kasdan and William Goldman, starring Morgan Freeman, Thomas Jane, Tom Sizemore, and name talent everywhere. Result: A turkey of spectacular proportions that combines grossout crudity with worldclass stupidity. As Roger Ebert wrote in his review, "A monster movie of stunning awfulness" with "appalling closing sequences" and "too many farts for a movie that keeps insisting, with mounting implausibility, that it is intended to be good." He asked, "What inspired their (Kasdan and Goldman's) descent into the absurd?"
     
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    Didn't King write this one while heavily sedated following his accident?
     
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    Wiki:"The book, written in cursive, helped the author recuperate from a 1999 car accident, and was completed in half a year."
     

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