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#1 of 28 OFFLINE   Ronald Epstein

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Posted July 03 2006 - 08:07 PM

I'm bored!

These initial HD-DVD releases are sort of lackluster.

I want Batman Begins and Charlie & The Chocolate
Factory
(both should look superb on HD-DVD).

When is the next wave of titles due out? Is there a list as to
specifically what will be released?

 

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#2 of 28 OFFLINE   Robert Crawford

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Posted July 03 2006 - 08:21 PM

Here you go as far as I know.

Released
16 Blocks (Warner)
Apollo 13 (Universal)
Assault on Precinct 13 (Universal)
Blazing Saddles (Warner)
Bourne Supremacy (Universal)
Cinderella Man (Universal)
Chronicles of Riddick (Universal)
Constantine (Warner)
Doom (Universal)
Firewall (Warner)
The Fugitive (Warner)
Full Metal Jacket (Warner)
Goodfellas (Warner)
Happy Gilmore (Universal)
Jarhead (Universal)
Kiss Kiss Bang Bang (Warner)
Last Samurai (Warner)
Lethal Weapon (Warner)
Million Dollar Baby (Warner)
Perfect Storm (Warner)
Phantom of the Opera (Warner)
Rumor Has It (Warner)
Rundown (Universal)
Serenity (Universal)
Swordfish (Warner)
Syriana (Warner)
Training Day (Warner)
U-571 (Universal)
Unforgiven (Warner)
Van Helsing (Universal)

7-11-06
The Dukes of Hazzard (Warner)
Enter the Dragon (Warner)
Friday Night Lights (Universal)
Pitch Black (Universal)

8-08-06
Animal House (Universal)
Ray (Universal)
Unleashed (Universal)

8-22-06
Bone Collector (Universal)
Interpreter (Universal)
Spy Game (Universal)

8-29-06
That’s the Way of the World (BCI)

9-12-06
Red Dragon (Universal)
Seabiscuit (Universal)
Traffic (Universal)

9-19-06
Backdraft (Universal)
Dazed and Confused (Universal)
End of Days (Universal)
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (Universal)
Galaxina (BCI)
Golgo 13 (BCI)
Land of the Dead, George A. Romero's (Universal)

10-10-06
Army of Darkness (Universal)
Fast Times at Ridgemont High (Universal)

TBA
12 Monkeys (Universal)
The 40-Year-Old Virgin (Universal)
2001: A Space Odyssey (Warner)
Above the Law (Warner)
Aeon Flux (Paramount)
Alexander (Warner)
Angels in America (HBO)
Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery (New Line)
Awake (Weinstein Co.)
Band of Brothers (HBO)
Batman Begins (Warner)
Bikini Destinations (Magnolia)
Black Rain (Paramount)
Blade (New Line)
Blade Runner (Warner)
Braveheart (Paramount)
Breaking and Entering (Weinstein Co.)
Bubble (Magnolia)
Catwoman (Warner)
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (Warner)
A Clockwork Orange (Warner)
Coach Carter (Paramount)
Conan the Barbarian (Universal)
Contact (Warner)
The Corpse Bride (Warner)
Dante's Peak (Universal)
Dark City (New Line)
Deadwood: Season One (HBO)
Decameron (Weinstein Co.)
Derailed (Weinstein Co.)
The Dirty Dozen (Warner)
The Dirty Harry Collection (Warner)
Dune (1985) (Universal)
Elizabethtown (Paramount)
Eraser (Warner)
Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room (Magnolia)
Executive Decision (Warner)
Eyes Wide Shut (Warner)
Final Destination (New Line)
Forbidden Planet (Warner)
Forrest Gump (Paramount)
Four Brothers (Paramount)
Friday (New Line)
Friends: Season One (Warner)
From the Earth to the Moon (HBO)
Ghost (Paramount)
Gothika (Warner)
Grand Prix (Warner)
Grease (Paramount)
The Green Mile (Warner)
Grind House (Weinstein Co.)
Hard to Kill (Warner)
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (Warner)
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (Warner)
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (Warner)
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (Warner)
House of Wax (2005) (Warner)
The Italian Job (Paramount)
Killshot (Weinstein Co.)
King Kong (2005) (Universal)
Last Legion (Weinstein Co.)
Lara Croft: Tomb Raider (Paramount)
The Libertine (Weinstein Co.)
Lucky Number Slevin (Weinstein Co.)
The Maltese Falcon (Warner)
The Manchurian Candidate (2004) (Paramount)
The Mask (New Line)
The Matador (Weinstein Co.)
The Matrix (Warner)
The Matrix Reloaded (Warner)
The Matrix Revolutions (Warner)
Maverick (Warner)
Mission: Impossible (Paramount)
Mission: Impossible 2 (Paramount)
Mission: Impossible 3 (Paramount)
Mrs. Henderson Presents (Weinstein Co.)
The Music Man (Warner)
Mutiny on the Bounty (Warner)
Mystic River (Warner)
Next of Kin (Warner)
North by Northwest (Warner)
Ocean's Eleven (Warner)
Ocean's Twelve (Warner)
Passenger 57 (Warner)
Passion of the Clerks (Weinstein Co.)
The Player (New Line)
The Polar Express (Warner)
Poseidon (Warner)
Pulse (Weinstein Co.)
Red Planet (Warner)
Rush Hour (New Line)
Sahara (Paramount)
Save the Last Dance (Paramount)
Scary Movie 4 (Weinstein Co.)
School of Rock (Paramount)
School for Scoundrels (Weinstein Co.)
Se7en (New Line)
The Shining (1980) (Warner)
Shuttle Discovery's Historic Mission (Magnolia)
Sin City 2 (Weinstein Co.)
Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow (Paramount)
Sleepy Hollow (Paramount)
Soldier (Warner)
The Sopranos: Season One (HBO)
Spawn (New Line)
Spongebob Squarepants: The Movie (Paramount)
Star Trek: First Contact (Paramount)
Superman Returns (Warner)
Superman: Ultimate Collector's Edition (Warner)
Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (Warner)
The Thing (1982) (Universal)
TransAmerica (Weinstein Co.)
Troy (Warner)
Twister (Warner)
Under Siege (Warner)
U.S. Marshals (Warner)
U2: Rattle and Hum (Paramount)
Vanilla Sky (Paramount)
Vengeance of the Zombies (BCI)
The War Within (Magnolia)
Waterworld (Universal)
We Were Soldiers (Paramount)
Wild Wild West (Warner)
Wolf Creek (Weinstein Co.)
Young Hannibal (Weinstein Co.)

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#3 of 28 OFFLINE   Robert Crawford

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Posted July 03 2006 - 08:23 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Ronald Epstein
I'm bored!

These initial HD-DVD releases are sort of lackluster.

I want Batman Begins and Charlie & The Chocolate
Factory
(both should look superb on HD-DVD).

When is the next wave of titles due out? Is there a list as to
specifically what will be released?
How can you be bored when you haven't even watched one HD DVD from beginning to end yet?Posted Image





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#4 of 28 OFFLINE   JohnS

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Posted July 03 2006 - 09:23 PM

I agree, I'm a litle bored, but there's plenty to watch.
I've said this before, we will probally see the majority of great HD DVD titles around Thanksgiving-Christmas.

I too want Batman Begins and C&C factory.

I actually want Paramount to release those first wave titles they were suppose to. (Four Bros. & Tomb Raider)

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#5 of 28 OFFLINE   CaptDS9E

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Posted July 03 2006 - 10:11 PM

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How can you be bored when you haven't even watched one HD DVD from beginning to end yet?

Exactly. Thats like saying your bored with a Video game system before playing a game

#6 of 28 OFFLINE   Steve Blair

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Posted July 04 2006 - 12:47 AM

Warner doesn't announce their titles very much in advance so expect many releases after 7/11/06. Many times they've announced within a week of the release so there will be plenty to choose from.

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#8 of 28 OFFLINE   Pete T C

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Posted July 04 2006 - 03:13 AM

I am guessing the "big" titles are being saved for the Blu-Ray onslaught in Oct-Nov.
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#9 of 28 OFFLINE   Ronald Epstein

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Posted July 04 2006 - 08:13 AM

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How can you be bored when you haven't even watched one HD DVD from beginning to end yet?Posted Image

That's the problem!

There's nothing I want to watch beginning to end, though I am
being forced to do so over the next day to evaluate my new purchase.

While everyone has their own unique taste for what is good and
what is not, I think these initial titles are sort of lame. In fact, if
you read many member responses as to why they are not entering
the HD-DVD format it's because they agree that the titles that are
out are pretty lame.

Obviously, the studios played it "safe" with these releases and
I don't blame them for doing so when entering uknown territory.
However, if they are going to lure more people in and make HD-DVD
more exciting, the titles are going to have to be better than what
is available now.

And why is Warner being so "secretive" about announcing release
dates or doing so at the very last minute? It would be really great
if we had an idea what is going to be available a little further in
advance. Perhaps all of this is just due to the format being new
and soon the studios will be following a normal release pattern.

 

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#10 of 28 OFFLINE   Robert Crawford

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Posted July 04 2006 - 08:22 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Ronald Epstein
That's the problem!

There's nothing I want to watch beginning to end, though I am
being forced to do so over the next day to evaluate my new purchase.

While everyone has their own unique taste for what is good and
what is not, I think these initial titles are sort of lame. In fact, if
you read many member responses as to why they are not entering
the HD-DVD format it's because they agree that the titles that are
out are pretty lame.

Obviously, the studios played it "safe" with these releases and
I don't blame them for doing so when entering uknown territory.
However, if they are going to lure more people in and make HD-DVD
more exciting, the titles are going to have to be better than what
is available now.

And why is Warner being so "secretive" about announcing release
dates or doing so at the very last minute? It would be really great
if we had an idea what is going to be available a little further in
advance. Perhaps all of this is just due to the format being new
and soon the studios will be following a normal release pattern.
Ron,
Without doubt, my taste in film is much broader than many on this forum so buying titles I wanted on HD wasn't a problem with me. However, if I was you and didn't like any of the films already released then I would've waited before buying into this format war. As someone alluded to already, I expect the HD releases in the 4th quarter to be titles many of us will want on HD.





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#11 of 28 OFFLINE   Ronald Epstein

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Posted July 04 2006 - 08:27 AM

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However, if I was you and didn't like any of the films already released then I would've waited before buying into this format war.

But why?

It was all the positive press on this forum from owners that
got me into HD-DVD this early. Most everyone that has bought
a player loves it. The price is right, and the studios are promising
to deliver some great titles over the next 6 months.

I am hearing rumors that Batman Returns and Charlie
And The Chocolate Factory
will be out shortly. Those two titles
alone would have gotten me into this format.

 

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#12 of 28 OFFLINE   Robert Crawford

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Posted July 04 2006 - 08:29 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Ronald Epstein
But why?

It was based on all the positive press on this forum alone from
owners that got me into HD-DVD this early. Most everyone that
has bought a player loves it. The price is right, and the studios
are promising to deliver some great titles over the next 6 months.

I am hearing rumors that Batman Returns and Charlie
And The Chocolate Factory
will be out shortly. Those two titles
alone would have gotten me into this format.
I'm just responding to your complaint about being bored with this format since you've expressed limited interest in the HD DVD releases up to this point.

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#13 of 28 OFFLINE   ChristopherDAC

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Posted July 04 2006 - 08:37 AM

I have said it before, and I'll say it again : I'm not buying either format until there are releases I want. Without that, a player does me no good.

#14 of 28 OFFLINE   Steve Tannehill

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Posted July 04 2006 - 08:59 AM

Patience is a virtue, even for those of us buying the titles. I waited almost two weeks for Syriana and Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang because I got them at a great price from Amazon, and because they only got a small initial shipment.

And I realize we have different taste in movies, but there is nothing lame about Goodfellas, Unforgiven, Lethal Weapon, Blazing Saddles, Serenity, and others. Even movies I have missed in theaters and DVD, like Chronicles of Riddick and Van Helsing, were entertaining.

I am not sure why Warner is playing their release schedule so close to the vest, unless it has something to do with planning around available manufacturing capacity. Maybe they would rather not make release promises they can not keep.

Let me recommend something you might find useful as titles are finding their way to the format: Netflix. They carry HD DVD, and this is a great alternative to purchasing the right to watch eye candy you may not want to keep. I've re-subscribed for just this purpose (although I still tend to buy discs over renting them).

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Posted July 04 2006 - 06:49 PM

Ron,
I feel your pain! ;-)
I was on another forum, on a thread that had people posting there was no problem with the ONE (count them, 1!) major title HD DVD released in the U.S. last week! With NOTHING this week, that's LW (and only LW!) over a three week period.
Snooze fest!!!
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Posted July 05 2006 - 03:09 AM

Although it's not a huge title, the criminally-overlooked KISS KISS BANG BANG is an awful lot of fun. I haven't enjoyed a recent movie this much in years. Try it, you'll like it. Posted Image

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Posted July 05 2006 - 03:34 AM

Well, take this with a rather large grain of salt, but...

Rumored WB dates from Future Shop system

We'll find out soon enough if those 7/18 dates are legitimate.

Kiss Kiss Bang Bang - Great fun and I definitely second Mark's recommendation. Especially if you are a fan of noir / detective films.

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Posted July 05 2006 - 09:03 AM

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The price is right, and the studios are promising
to deliver some great titles over the next 6 months.
So then what's the problem? The release schedule is working out to be pretty nice when you consider the list of titles Robert Crawford posted and we're dealing with a format that is less than two months old. DVD post launch had a nice showing thanks to Warners efforts, however, I'd still say that the HD-DVD library offers an excellent variety/diversity of titles. This statement is dead on:

Quote:
Originally Posted by Steve Tannehill
I realize we have different taste in movies, but there is nothing lame about Goodfellas, Unforgiven, Lethal Weapon, Blazing Saddles, Serenity, and others.
I would add Jarhead, Syriana, The Bourne Supremacy, and Million Dollar Baby to that list in a heartbeat. With Ray, Army of Darkness, Traffic, Enter the Dragon, and Fast Times at Ridgemont high coming in the next 2+ months I have to wonder if a little perspective (and patience) isn't needed here.

No offense Ron, but you're coming off like someone that is new to the concept of being an early adopter. Robert Crawford said it best:

Quote:
Originally Posted by Robert Crawford
However, if I was you and didn't like any of the films already released then I would've waited before buying into this format war.
I'm not even sure why you bothered to ask the question of why here. It's a matter of content. If the content available doesn't interest you and you don't have the patience to deal with a limited release schedule so early in the formats life, there's little to no reason for you to be an early adopter here.

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Posted July 05 2006 - 09:17 AM

Romier,

What may seem like a great selection of titles to some may not
seem that way to others. Just read this thread again and you'll
see that that there are those that also agree with my opinion.

I entered this format with the expectation that there would be
a better assortment of titles available in just a few months, as you
mentioned above.

However, I have every right to express my personal dismay at
the selection that is out. And, as an early adopter with experience,
I was more enthusiastic over the initial titles that were released
when standard DVD appeared 10 years ago.

These aren't a horrible selection of titles by any means, and my
comments weren't trying to convey a sense of urgency. I just
find it difficult right now to find titles that really interest me.

 

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Posted July 05 2006 - 09:53 AM

For comparison purposes, and the sake of discussion, I hope... Here is ( based on the Excel document at this site ) the early release schedule for DVD. There may be some discrepancies in the Excel document, but this seems fairly close to my recollection. As you can see from this schedule things didn't really start picking up until August of 1997....

(Sorted by release date and title )


February 1997
Return Of Boogeyman (Boogeyman 3) - Typo? Was there anything in February?

March 1997
Red Heat (Movie-Only Edtion/ Canadian)
Poltergeist (MGM/UA)
Africa: The Serengeti: IMAX (Lumivision)
Animation Greats!: NFB Of Canada (Lumivision)
Antarctica, An Adventure Of A Different Nature: IMAX (Lumivision)
Tropical Rainforest: IMAX (Lumivision)
Bonnie And Clyde (Pan & Scan)
Exorcist (Warner Brothers/ Movie-Only Edition)
Fugitive (Movie-Only Edition)
Goldeneye (Movie-Only Edition)
Interview With The Vampire (Movie-Only Edition)
Twister (1996/ Warner Brothers/ Movie-Only Edition)
Wizard Of Oz (1939/ MGM/UA)
Color Purple (Movie-Only Edition)

April 1997
Couples Guide To Great Sex Over 40, Vol. 1 & 2
Couples Guide To Great Sex Over 40, Vol. 1: Adding Spice To Sex Over 40
Couples Guide To Great Sex Over 40, Vol. 2: The Mind/Body Connection
Dare To Bare: Erotic Shaving And Sexual Pleasures
Tantric Guide To Better Sex
Young Duke: The Fugitive / On The Run / Next Of Kin
Black Tulip
Corsican Brothers
Eva Braun
Last Game (1995)
Sex Crimes
Sports Bloopers Encyclopedia
Tale Of Two Kitties
This Metal Mind
Titanic (1996/ Simitar/ Documentary)
JFK (Director's Cut)
Fly Away Home (Movie-Only Edition)
In The Line Of Fire (Movie-Only Edition)
Jumanji (Movie-Only Edition/ Jewel Case)
Legends Of The Fall (Movie-Only Edition)
Tornado Run

May 1997
R.E.M.: Road Movie
Eric Clapton Unplugged
Madonna: The Girlie Show: Live Down Under
Hidden (Special Edition/ Lumivision)
Princess And The Pirate (1995)

June 1997
Boy And His Dog (Movie-Only Edition/ Lumivision)
Ring Of Fire: IMAX (Lumivision/ Large Format)
Rock 'N' Roll High School (Lumivision/ Special Edition)
Dumb Luck In Vegas
Long Knives: True Stories Of The U.S. Cavalry's Fight To Win The Old West
Magnificent Seven (1960)
National Parks
Thinking Big
Playboy: Video Centerfold: 1997 Playmate Of The Year: Victoria Silvstedt (Old Version)
Mars Attacks! (Snapper Case)
My Fellow Americans
Reservoir Dogs (Movie-Only Edition)
Stargate (Movie-Only Edition)
Substitute
Total Recall
Cutthroat Island (Old Version)
Ken Burns' America: Empire Of The Air: The Men Who Made Radio
Caddyshack (Old Version)
Cool Hand Luke
Fargo (PolyGram)
Four Weddings And A Funeral (PolyGram)
Fourplay: Fourplay (Audio-Only DVD)
Original Three Tenors In Concert
Short Cinema Journal #1:1
Usual Suspects (Special Edition/ PolyGram)
First Emperor Of China: IMAX (Lumivision)
Desperado (Special Edition/ Old Version)
Jerry Maguire (Movie-Only Edition)
Sleepless In Seattle (Movie-Only Edition)

July 1997
Alanis Morissette: Jagged Little Pill, Live
Beavis And Butt-Head's Final Judgment
Odyssey Into Mind's Eye
Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie (Sony Music)
Three Tenors In Concert 1994
Tony Bennett: Tony Bennett Unplugged
Cedarmont Kids: Sing Along Songs: Action Bible Songs (BMG Music)
Captains Courageous (1996/ Front Row)
Forbidden Planet (MGM/UA)
Killer Volcanoes / Deadly Peaks
Michael Flatley: Lord Of The Dance (USA)
Night Of The Living Dead (1968/ Movie-Only Edition/ United American)
Royal Wedding (United American)
Where The Red Fern Grows (United American)
Three Musketeers (1996)
Forever Young
Jailhouse Rock (MGM/UA)
Jerry Herman's Broadway At The Hollywood Bowl
National Lampoon's Vacation

August 1997
Bad Boys (1995/ Movie-Only Edition)
Craft (Movie-Only Edition)
From Beyond / UFOs: They Are Here
Little Women (1994/ Movie-Only Edition)
Matilda (Movie-Only Edition/ Jewel Case)
Playboy: Voluptuous Vixens #1 (Old Version)
Amazing Feats Of Young Hercules / Young Pocahontas
Red Sun (United American)
Guns That Won The West
Horror Express (Simitar)
Freeway (1996/ Special Edition)
Killer: A Journal Of Murder (Special Edition)
Lost World (1925/ Movie-Only Edition/ Lumivision)
Absolute Power
Adam's Rib (MGM/UA)
Arthur
Batman (1989)
Batman Forever
Batman Returns
Beetlejuice
Blade Runner (Warner Brothers/ Director's Cut)
Blazing Saddles (Warner Brothers/ Movie-Only Edition)
Bodyguard (1992/ Movie-Only Edition/ Pan & Scan/ Snapper Case)
Bridges Of Madison County
Brigadoon (MGM/UA)
Chariots Of Fire
Disclosure
Driving Miss Daisy (Movie-Only Edition)
Elvis: That's The Way It Is (MGM/UA)
Eraser
Glimmer Man
Goodfellas (Old Version)
Grumpy Old Men
Island Of Dr. Moreau (1996/ Snapper Case)
Lethal Weapon
Lethal Weapon 2
Long Kiss Goodnight
Mask (1994/ Platinum Edition)
Maverick
Michael (1996)
Michael Collins
Player (Platinum Edition)
Purple Rain
Right Stuff
Risky Business
Road Warrior
Seven [Se7en] (Old Version)
Shine
Show Boat (MGM/UA)
Singin' In The Rain (MGM/UA)
Streetcar Named Desire (Director's Cut)
Time To Kill (1996)
Tin Cup
Under Siege
Unforgiven (1992/ Movie-Only Edition)
Vegas Vacation (Pan & Scan)
Viva Las Vegas (MGM/UA)
Wild Bunch (Director's Cut)
Woodstock: Three Days Of Peace And Music (Director's Cut)
Year Of Living Dangerously (MGM/UA)
Alf Bicknell's Personal Beatles Diary
Dinosaurs And Other Amazing Creatures In 3D
Dirty Dancing (Movie-Only Edition)
Doors (Movie-Only Edition)
Fleetwood Mac: The Dance
Birdcage (Old Version)
Into The Woods: Stephen Sondheim (Old Version)
Outbreak
Playboy: Farrah Fawcett: All Of Me (Old Version)
Con Artists
Julie Strain's Bad Girls


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