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Secretary = No Insert?

Discussion in 'DVD' started by Jay Rodriguez, Apr 1, 2003.

  1. Jay Rodriguez

    Jay Rodriguez Well-Known Member

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    I had no insert in my copy of Secretary. I noticed the chapter list was on the back cover. Did anyone else get an insert in your copy? I was hoping it would include the original theatrical poster or the full "legs" poster. Alas, it was not to be.
     
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    That's Lion's Gate Home Entertainment. They did the same for Frailty, printing the chapter list on the back cover so they didn't have to print an insert.
     
  3. Jay Rodriguez

    Jay Rodriguez Well-Known Member

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    Lion's Gate....Bunch of Bastages!!!

    Thanks Malcolm.
     
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    they always print on back cover.
     
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    Was this movie any good?
     
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  7. Jay Rodriguez

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    My spoiler free/novice review:

    I bought it sight unseen, but it had good word-of-mouth, so I took a chance. I enjoyed it a lot. It's definitely not what I expected. I thought it would be a much more light hearted comedy, but it tends to run along the same lines as "Punch Drunk Love" or "Fargo". Dark comedy. Pretty interesting watching how all the individuals interact with each other. I'm still not sure what the "message" was or if there was one. But I think it deserves a rental from all those folks who like "Fargo", "PDL", or even "One Hour Photo".
     

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