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#1 of 4 OFFLINE   Markus Lidstrom

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Posted January 29 2002 - 12:56 PM

Its my brother's birthday very soon, and I'm hoping to get him into DVDs (because I love them, and because it couldnt hurt to have two collectors in the family). However, he really isnt too into movies, and I already have most of his favorites on DVD myself; but I KNOW he would love some kind of stacked sports DVD.

I was thinking about Ultimate Jordan. Any suggestions.

(PS he loves Basketball and Soccer, otherwise I would pick up a few Don Cherry discs Posted Image )

#2 of 4 OFFLINE   Roy Wallace

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Posted January 29 2002 - 04:29 PM

If the Don Cherry "13" is anything like his previous vhs tapes, it is worth getting... provided he enjoys hockey.

( As a Canadian, I am required by law to love hockey.Posted Image )

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#3 of 4 OFFLINE   Jeff Whitford

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Posted January 29 2002 - 05:50 PM

Movie wise; If he likes soccer, one of my personal favorites is Victory w/Sly and Michael Caine. Not the best transfer ever but its the best this movie has looked Hoosiers Rudy Bull Durham Remember the Titans The Natural Field of Dreams to name a few Sorry didnt see that he didnt like movies.
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#4 of 4 OFFLINE   LukeB



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Posted January 29 2002 - 06:34 PM

Michael Jordan to the Max is also a good DVD - anamorphic, commentary, and just a $19.99 retail price. Plus some nice extras, and I found that the 46-minute documentary to be quite enjoyable even if it just focuses on Jordan's last year (before he returned) and while the TV doesn't measure up to the IMAX screen, the documentary holds up just fine nonetheless.

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