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#1 of 44 OFFLINE   nikkif99uk

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Posted January 02 2009 - 02:29 AM

My apologies if this has already been done. I don't visit this section of the forum as much as the TV side but movies I would love to see released in 2009, especially ones from my fave male & female actors include:

...And Millions Die! (1973) aka And Millions Will Die starring Rowena Wallace
...Maybe This Time (1980) starring Judy Morris
12 Angry Men (1997) starring William Petersen
14 Going on 30 (1988) starring Steven Eckholdt
3:15 (1986) starring Adam Baldwin
508 Nelson (2006) starring Nicole Vicius
8 Million Ways to Die (1986) starring Rosanna Arquette
92 in the Shade (1975) starring Peter Fonda
À coeur joie (1967) aka Two Weeks in September starring Brigitte Bardot
Abducted (1986) starring Dan Haggarty
Acceptable Levels (1983) starring Derek Halligan
Adam (1983) starring JoBeth Williams
Adam: His Song Continues (1986) starring JoBeth Williams
Adventure in the Hopfields (1958) starring Jane Asher
Alchemy (1995) starring Jorja Fox
Aliens in the Wild, Wild West (1999) starring Carly Pope
California Dreaming (1979) Glynnis O'Connor
Casualties (1997) starring Mark Harmon
Citizen (1982) starring Whoopi Goldberg
Clara's Heart (1988) starring Whoopi Goldberg
A Cooler Climate (1999) starring Sally Field
Dead Funny (1994) starring Elizabeth Peña
Double Bill (2003) starring Carly Pope
Edison & Leo (2008) starring Carly Pope
Expiration Date (2006) - 27th Jan 09
Finding Bliss (2008) starring Leelee Sobieski
The French Guy (2005) starring Carly Pope
The Hamster Cage (2005) starring Carly Pope
Hemingway vs. Callaghan (2003) starring Carly Pope
The House Is Burning (2006) starring Nicole Vicius
House of Frankenstein (1997) starring Jorja Fox
How to Make the Cruelest Month (1998) starring Jorja Fox
I've Been Waiting for You (1998) (re release) starring Sarah Chalke (only seen for about $60)
If I Had Known I Was a Genius (2007) starring Whoopi Goldberg
In the Gloaming (1997) starring Whoopi Goldberg
A Jersey Christmas (2008) starring Nicole Vicius
The Kill-Off (1989) starring Jorja Fox
Next Exit (2005) starring Jorja Fox
Nobody's Watching (2006) starring Mircea Monroe
Out At the Wedding (2007) starring Cathy DeBuono - 17th Feb 09
Principal Takes a Holiday (1998) starring Jessica Steen
Recipe For A Perfect Christmas (2005) starring Carly Pope
Say Goodnight (2008) starring Carly Pope
Screw Cupid (2008) starring Mircea Monroe
Shattered! (2008) starring Jill Bennett
Swimmers (2005) starring Cherry Jones
The Telephone (1988) (re release) starring Whoopi Goldberg (cannot find anywhere)
This Time Around (2003) starring Carly Pope & Sara Rue
Toronto Stories (2008) starring Gil Bellows
Various Positions (2002) starring Carly Pope
Walk the Talk (2007) starring Cary Elwes
What Makes A Family (2001) starring Cherry Jones & Brooke Shields
X's & O's (2007) starring Jill Bennett
Your Name Here (2008/I) starring Bill Pullman


As I was making my list found a couple of films I want are set for release in 2009 so happy already, hope to see more released

loads more to add when i have time, need to work on my Halloween (1978) dissertation

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Posted January 02 2009 - 04:50 AM

I like horror/sci-fi movies mostly so here goes:

Neon City (1992)
The Final Terror (1984)
The World, the Flesh and the Devil (1959)
A Crack In the World (1969)
Night of the Creeps (1986)
Death Ship (1980)
The Island (1980)
The Stepfather (1987)
The Boogens (1981)
Damnation Alley (1977)
Mortuary (1983)
Ghosthouse (1988)
Radioactive Dreams (1986)
A.P.E.X. (1991)
Florida Straits (1986)
Death Valley (1982)
Cathy's Curse (1977)
The Extended cut of The Driver (1978)
Phantasm II (1988)
Extended cut of The NeverEnding Story
Blood Beach (1982)
The Evil (1982)
House IV (1992)
 

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Posted January 02 2009 - 05:44 AM

Love With The Proper Stranger (Paramount)
Hold Back The Dawn (Universal)
The Brinks Job (Universal)
Sorcerer (Universal)
The Last Embrace (MGM?)
Wanda Nevada (MGM)
The Glass Key (Universal)
The Blue Dahlia (Universal)
The Uninvited (Universal)
The Chalk Garden (Universal)
That Hamilton Woman (MGM)
These Three (MGM)
Wuthering Heights (MGM)
Forever Amber (Fox)
Call Her Savage (Fox)
The Wild Party (Fox)
Almost Summer (Universal)
Paradise(MGM)
Sarah T. - Portrait Of A Teenage Alcoholic (?)





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Posted January 02 2009 - 05:45 AM

Black Sabbath (American Version) (1963)
Blood and Lace (1971)
Blood Bath (1966)
Cauldron of Blood (1968)
The Crimson Cult (1968)
The Creeping Unknown (1956)
The Devils (1971)
Face of Fu Manchu (1965)
The Frozen Dead (1966)
Hands of the Ripper (1971)
Horror House (1970)
The House that Dreaded Sundown (1976)
I Was a Teenage Frankenstein (1957)
I Was a Teenage Werewolf (1957)
The Incredible Melting Man (1977)
It Conquered the World (1956)
Master of the World (1961)
Queen of Blood (1965)
Twins of Evil (1971)
Vampire Circus (1972)
Vengeance of Fu Manchu (1968)

So many more actually....

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Posted January 02 2009 - 08:41 AM

So much good stuff out, so I'll only choose four. Four small B/W 50's war movies:

Two hammer films that I have high hopes of Columbia releasing;

The Camp On Blood Island
Yesterdays Enemy

Two P.O.W. movies;

Albert R.N.
Danger Within

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Posted January 02 2009 - 08:48 AM

My movie list is small vs TV/DVD wants. There's 2 movies I've wanted on DVD - not yet available:

I walk Alone (1948) Burt Lancaster, Kirk Douglas, Lizabeth Scott (Paramout)
The Brass Bottle (1964) Tony Randall, Burl Ives, Barbara Eden (Universal)
Ths one has a VHS release

Matthew's post reminded me of non-Anamorphics (& 1.33:1) that I'd like to see re-issued:

AIR FORCE ONE ('97) (I passed on the superbit edition)
ANGELS IN THE OUTFIELD ('94)
CONTACT ('97)
DEAD MEN DON'T WEAR PLAID ('82)
HIGH PLAINS DRIFTER ('73)
JACK THE GIANT KILLER ('62)
JOE KIDD ('72)
LILIES OF THE FIELD ('63)
MAID TO ORDER 1.33:1 ('87)
NEW YORK, NEW YORK ('77)
ROOSTER COGBURN AND THE LADY ('75)


I'd love re-masterings of
EXECUTIVE DECISION ('96)
WARGAMES ('83)

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Posted January 02 2009 - 09:47 AM

Unlike everyone else, I could care less about The African Queen, moldy Busby Berkeley musicals, or bad Rocky Horror Picture Show ripoffs. I just want to see a complete Betty Boop set.

#8 of 44 OFFLINE   Bruce Morrison

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Posted January 02 2009 - 10:35 AM

Just three movie titles left on my DVD wishlist:

One Eyed Jacks
Fedora
Taking Off

On the other hand, my Blu-ray wishlist is getting longer...
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Posted January 02 2009 - 12:32 PM

Above And Beyond (Warners)
Adventures Of Hajii Baba (Fox)
All Fall Down (Warners)
April Love (Fox)
Bachelor In Paradise (Warners)
Back From Eternity (Warners)
Bhowani Junction (Warners)
Big Circus (Warners)
Bigger Than Life (Fox)
Blue Denim (Fox)
Boy On A Dolphin (Fox)
The Caretakers (MGM)
Catered Affair (Warners)
A Certain Smile (Fox)
Chalk Garden (Universal)
The Cobweb (Warners)
Congo Crossing (Universal)
Count Three And Pray (Sony)
Crowded Sky (Warners)
Dakota Incident (Lionsgate)
Desiree (Fox)
Diane (Warners)
Death Of A Scoundrel (Warners)
Dear Heart (Warners)
Deep Blue Sea (Fox)
The Egyptian (Fox)
Esther And The King (Fox)
Female On The Beach (Universal)
Flame Of The Islands (Lionsgate)
Flim Flam Man (Fox)
Follow The Boys (Warners)
Four Girls In Town (Universal)
The Fox (Warners)
Geisha Boy (Paramount)
Gentlemen Marry Brunettes (MGM)
Girl Most Likely (Warners)
Great Day In The Morning (Warners)
Green Dolphin Street (Warners)
Green Fire (Sony)
Harlow (Paramount)
Hatful Of Rain (Fox)
Here Come The Girls (Paramount)
Home Before Dark (Warners)
Honey Pot (MGM)
Hot Spell (Paramount)
Human Desire (Sony)
Interlude (1957) (Universal)
Joker Is Wild (Paramount)
John Paul Jones (Warners)
Johnny Guitar (Lionsgate)
Julie (Warners)
King And Four Queens (MGM)
King Of The Khyber Rifles (Fox)
King Richard And The Crusaders (Warners)
King's Thief (Warners)
Last Hunt (Warners)
Left Hand Of God (Fox)
Letter From An Unknown Woman (Lionsgate)
Light In The Forest (Disney)
The Lion (Fox)
Looking For Love (MGM)
Lost Horizon (1973) (Sony)
Made In Paris (Warners)
Magic Fire (Lionsgate)
Magnificent Matador (Fox)
Man Could Get Killed (Universal)
Man Without A Star (Universal)
Meet Me In Las Vegas (Warners)
Midnight Lace (Universal)
Miss Sadie Thompson (Sony)
Moonfleet (Warners)
Night Walker (Universal)
No Down Payment (Fox)
Odongo (Sony)
Only Game In Town (Fox)
Operation Mad Ball (Sony)
Opposite Sex (Warners)
Pepe (Sony)
Pillars Of The Sky (Universal)
Pleasure Seekrs (Fox)
Prince Of Players (Fox)
Pushover (Sony)
Quentin Durward (Warners)
The Rack (Warners)
Rains Of Ranchipur (Fox)
Rat Race (1960) (Paramount)
Reluctant Debutante (Warners)
Revolt Of Mamie Stover (Fox)
Safari (Sony)
Salome (Sony)
Satan Bug (MGM)
Say One For Me (Fox)
Serenade (Warners)
Seven Women (Warners)
Shake Hands With The Devil (MGM)
Sign Of The Pagan (Universal)
Sodom And Gomorrah (Fox)
Song Without End (Sony)
Sons And Lovers (Fox)
Sound And The Fury (Fox)
Strategic Air Command (Paramount)
Summer And Smoke (Paramount)
The Swan (Warners)
Tarnished Angels (Universal)
Tension At Table Rock (Warners)
That Certain Feeling (Paramount)
There's Always Tomorrow (Universal)
Three Ring Circus (Paramount)
Thunder On The Hill (Universal)
Tip On A Dead Jockey (Warners)
Too Much Too Soon (Warners)
Toys In The Attic (MGM)
Trapeze (MGM)
Two Weeks In Another Town (Warners)
Underwater (Warners)
Untamed (Fox)
Until They Sail (Warners)
View From Pompey's Head (Fox)
Violent Saturday (Fox)
Wayward Bus (Fox)
Westbound (Warners)
While The City Sleeps (Warners)
Wild And The Innocent (Universal)
Wild Is The Wind (Paramount)
Wonderful World Of The Brothers Grimm (Warners)
Young Bess (MGM)

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Posted January 03 2009 - 01:32 AM

Mostly the 1970's output-the decade that seems most neglected these days. With all the studios dipping into their usually clamped shut vaults recently I am picking films never before on video at all or only obscurely so. Upcoming from that lot are AGE OF CONSENT, FRIENDS F EDDIE COYLE, FOUR FLIES ON GREY VELVET all never released on U.S. video prior. My wish list for 2009:

THE OUTSIDER
ALL THIS AND WORLD WAR 2
AMERICAN HOT WAX (I know of the Fotomat version)
ALEX AND THE GYPSY
SUNDAY LOVERS
NOTHING LASTS FOREVER
FAST CHARLIE THE MOONBEAM RIDER
CHECKERED FLAG OR CRASH
LEADBELLY
ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE
FIVE DAY FROM HOME
VISIT TO A CHIEF'S SON
AT LONG LAST LOVE
LUCKY LADY
WW AND THE DIXIE DANCEKINGS
ALMOST SUMMER
DOWN THE ANCIENT STAIRS
STAIRCASE
THE BLUE BIRD
CRAZY JOE
ALEX AND THE GYPSY
DEALING
TAKING OFF
PLAY IT AS IT LAYS
WHY NOT?
DINNER FOR ADELE

Others that have been on video that I would love to see on DVD:

CITIZENS BAND
LOOKING FOR MR GOODBAR

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Posted January 03 2009 - 01:43 AM

Phantasm II (1988)
Treasure Island (1990) with Charlton Heston, Christian Bale

As far as reissues are concerned, I have many, but I think the ones at the top of the list above all are:

Kill Bill: The Whole Bloody Affair
Grindhouse (2007) - Theatrical Cut (with fake trailers)
The Game (1997)
True Lies (1994)
Demolition Man (1993)

#12 of 44 OFFLINE   Kevin Martinez

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Posted January 03 2009 - 05:40 AM

Since no one else seems to be saying it, let me say it again; BETTY! FUCKING! BOOP!

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Posted January 03 2009 - 07:51 AM

From my list of Top 100, the following have already been announced which is fabulous news : Posted Image

It's a Great Feeling (49)
Sex and the Single Girl (64)
Waterloo Bridge (40)
MGM: When the Lion Roars
Tea for Two (50)
Midnight Mary (33)

THANK YOU WARNERS!!!!!!

The rest of my Top 100 MIssing in Action titles are the following:

About Mrs. Leslie (54) (Paramount)
Accused, The (48) (Univ.)
Affairs of Susan, The (45) (Univ.)
All My Sons (48) (Univ.)
And Now Tomorrow (44) (Univ.)
Athena (54) (Warner)
Backfire (50) (Warner)
Barretts of Wimpole Street, The (34) (Warner)
Best Things in Life Are Free, The (56) (Fox)
Bombshell (33) (Warner)
Born to Be Bad (50) (Warner)
Bride Wore Red, The (37) (Warner)
Centennial Summer (46) (Fox)
Constant Nymph, The (43) (Warner - copyrights issues)
Daughter of Rosie O'Grady, The (50) (Warner)
Desperate Journey (42) (Warner)
Easy Living (49) (Warner)
Easy to Love (53) (Warner)
Every Girl Should Be Married (48) (Warner)
Everybody Sing (38) (Warner)
Farmer's Daughter, The (47) (MGM/Fox)
Flesh and Fantasy (43) (Univ.)
Footlight Serenade (42) (Fox)
For Love or Money (63) (Univ.)
For the Love of Mary (48) (Univ.)
Four Girls in Town (56) (Univ.)
Girl from Missouri, The (34) (Warner)
Glass Menagerie, The (50) (Warner)
Golden Girl (51) (Fox)
Great Impostor, The (61) (Univ.)
Her Highness and the Bellboy (45) (Warner)
Her Twelve Men (54) (Warner)
His Butler's Sister (43) (Univ.)
Honeymoon (47) (Warner)
I Love Trouble (48) (Sony - copyrights issues)
I Walk Alone (48) (Univ.)
I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now? (47) (Fox)
I'll Get By (50) (Fox)
In Name Only (39) (Warner)
Johnny Guitar (54) (Lionsgate)
Kiss the Blood Off My Hands (48) (?)
Knock on Wood (53) (Paramount)
Let's Be Happy (57) (? UK)
Listen, Darling (38) (Warner)
Little Minister, The (34) (Warner)
Lizzie (57) (Warner)
Lost Moment, The (47) (Lionsgate)
Love Letters (45) (MGM/Fox)
Luxury Liner (48) (Warner)
Margie (46) (Fox)
Meet Me in Las Vegas (55) (Warner)
Midnight Lace (60) (Univ.)
Mother Wore Tights (47) (Fox)
Music for Millions (44) (Warner)
Nice Girl? (41) (Univ.)
Not as a Stranger (55) (MGM/Fox)
Oh You Beautiful Doll (49) (Fox)
Paid in Full (50) (Paramount)
Paula (52) (Sony)
Perfect Furlough, The (58) (Univ.)
Perfect Specimen, The (37) (Warner)
Petty Girl, The (50) (Sony)
Pitfall (48) (Lionsgate)
Princess O'Rourke (43) (Warner)
Private Worlds (35) (Univ.)
Purple Mask, The (55) (Univ.)
Quality Street (37) (Warner)
Ramona (36) (Fox)
Rat Race, The (60) (Paramount)
Red Mountain (51) (Paramount)
Rich, Young and Pretty (51) (Warner)
Rose-Marie (36) (Warner)
Sally, Irene and Mary (38) (Fox)
Secret Heart, The (46) (Warner)
September Affair (50) (Paramount)
Seven Days' Leave (42) (Warner)
Seven Sweethearts (42) (Warner)
She Loves Me Not (34) (Univ.)
So This Is Paris (54) (Univ.)
Take Me to Town (53) (Univ.)
Ten Thousand Bedrooms (57) (Warner)
These Three (36) (MGM/Fox)
Thousands Cheer (43) (Warner)
Three Comrades (38) (Warner)
Three Little Girls in Blue (46) (Fox)
Three Sailors and a Girl (53) (Warner)
Three Smart Girls Grow Up (39) (Univ.)
'Til We Meet Again (40) (Warner)
Tin Pan Alley (40) (Fox)
Unguarded Moment, The (56) (Univ.)
Up in Arms (44) (MGM/Fox)
Voice of the Turtle, The (47) (Warner)
White Cliffs of Dover, The (44) (Warner)
Yolanda and the Thief (45) (Warner)
You Came Along (45) (Univ.)
You Were Meant for Me (48) (Fox)
Sing your worries away, smile, be kind and accentuate the positive!
DVD wish list: The Accused (48), Margie (46), I'll Get By (50), The Constant Nymph (43), The Voice of the Turtle (47), The Barretts of Wimpole Street (34), Her Twelve Men (54), The Lost Moment (47), I Walk Alone (48), The Glass...

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Posted January 03 2009 - 08:04 AM

You all have listed so many of my long-awaited titles, so I hope that Warners releases Volume 2 of their Esther Williams collection with MILLION DOLLAR MERMAID and DUCHESS OF IDAHO , a John Garfield Collection with AIR FORCE and THE SEA WOLF, and a Myrna Loy collection with her early, pre-code films, PENTHOUSE and THE PRIZE FIGHTER AND THE LADY.

And releases of MGM's silents too, such as THE MERRY WIDOW and LA BOHEME

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Posted January 03 2009 - 08:08 AM

I second the Esther Williams vol. 2 idea. Also, a not-public-domain set of Chaplin Keystones; Yolanda and the Thief (45); Rapture (65); and anything with Paulette Goddard or Robert Montgomery.
Most-wanted R1s: The Patsy (1927); Personal Property (1937); Ever Since Eve (1937); Hold Back the Dawn (1941); Two-Faced Woman (1941); Kitty (1945); Yolanda and the Thief (1945); Black Magic (1949); Rapture (1965)

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Posted January 03 2009 - 08:16 AM

Even though it's an obscure movie for general audiences now, I'm still suprised W.W. and the Dixie Dancekings hasn't made it out yet. I thought for sure when Anchor Bay inked a deal with Fox, this would have been a shoo-in at some point. I still hope to see it- I remember it being a huge favorite of mine when it first played HBO (likely late 75/early 76) and I haven't seen it since. I trust my 8 yr olds sense of taste too because the only other HBO seen films I recall being infatuated with from that period were Phantom Of The Paradise, Paper Moon, and Prisoner Of Second Avenue.
Another title I forgot but would love to see is California Dreaming. What really bites is this was found in a list of 30 or so titles that BCI was in the process of negotiating the rights to before Navarre closed the label down.
Probably not a good time to be pining for esoteric content.

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Posted January 03 2009 - 12:05 PM

I don't give two shits out of a rat's ass about Esther Williams or anything else in this thread. I just want to see a Betty Boop set.

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Posted January 03 2009 - 12:41 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Kevin Martinez
I don't give two shits out of a rat's ass about Esther Williams or anything else in this thread. I just want to see a Betty Boop set.
LOL! OK, we get the point! Posted Image

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Posted January 03 2009 - 03:13 PM

No Holds Barred (1989)

Saw it twice theatrically.

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Posted January 03 2009 - 07:57 PM

Quote:
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I don't give two shits out of a rat's ass about Esther Williams or anything else in this thread. I just want to see a Betty Boop set.
Well, I do care about Esther Williams, and I look forward to a second box-set. I'm quite sure Esther has more fans than Betty Boop.





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