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Quality of Warner Bros. 80's/early 90's action movies?

Discussion in 'DVD' started by Chris Joyner, Jan 4, 2007.

  1. Chris Joyner

    Chris Joyner Well-Known Member

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    There are a lot of Warner Brothers 80's and early 90's action movies that I want, but I haven't got because the DVD's were released in 1997 & 1998. Movies like "Cobra", "Tango and Cash", "Last Boy Scout", "Assassins", "The Specialist", etc. I've been holding off on buying them ever since I've bought my first DVD player in 1999, hoping they would be re-released in special editions (and anamorphic for the ones that weren't). They are getting so cheap to buy, that I'm tempted to get them. How are the quality of the existing DVD's? For the Stallone movies, should I wait for them to cash in on Stallone's renewed popularity? If the quality is good, I'll go ahead and buy the old ones. Thanks.
     
  2. ChristianB

    ChristianB Well-Known Member

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    Still hoping Warner re-releases Showdown In Little Tokyo in widescreen... [​IMG]
     
  3. Bo_Darville

    Bo_Darville Well-Known Member

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    those are some really great movies................










    wait for it







    wait for it





















    .....FOR ME TO POOP ON!!!!
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  4. CameronMcC

    CameronMcC Well-Known Member

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    alot of those movies have been released as warner double and triple features. go to http://www.dvdaficionado.com/ and type in the titles to see the multiple releases. They will tell you if they are full screen, but won't say if they are anamorphic...but its a place to start.
     

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