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Dvd Etc. Magazine Poll: All Members Please Respond


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#21 of 530 OFFLINE   Peter Apruzzese

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Posted February 27 2002 - 01:23 PM

2001 A Space Odyssey - The greatest film ever made gets a stellar transfer on Warner's latest DVD. No extra features, but the movie is the star. Citizen Kane - The other greatest film ever made! The transfer is, for the most part, top-notch and the DVD set comes with unique extras. Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein - One of the comedy duo's best films given a very nice special edition by Universal. Very good transfer and informative and entertaining extras. Every collection needs to have a classic comedy!

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#22 of 530 OFFLINE   Andy_S

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Posted February 27 2002 - 01:24 PM

1) Toy Story - Ultimate Box Set: Awesome digital-to-digital transfer, awesome sound, and uses almost every feature available on DVD including the hardly-used Angle button. 2) Tron - Collectors Edition: Awesome sound and great picture. Fun menu's too. 3) Shrek: Another great digital-to-digital transfer and a cool (finally) DVD-Rom voiceover feature.
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#23 of 530 OFFLINE   Scott Greczkowski

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Posted February 27 2002 - 01:25 PM

My 3 DVD's would be - Toy Story 2 - I first saw this movie in Orlando Florida with State of the art DLP projectors. I was impressed with the video there however I was more impressed with I got the same video quality at home on my own Home Theater system. This DVD is flawless all the way around. Shrek - This has to be one of my most played DVD's Where else can you put in a DVD and be entertained for hours without even playing the movie! The extras and menus on the game make you feel that your not playing a DVD but your having a Shrek experiance. Moulin Rouge - Another film where the extras and menu design is as good as the movie! The sound is not to be beat!
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#24 of 530 OFFLINE   Adam Lenhardt

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Posted February 27 2002 - 01:27 PM

1) Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace - Featuring gorgerous menus, an incredible number of special features, and one of the best sound mixes on a DVD, This is a must have for your DVD collection. 2) Die Hard: 5 Star Edition - Featuring a great editting feature, wonderful 5 star extras, and a decent new hi-def transfer, the film that ushered in a new genre of action pictures came to DVD in a big way. 3) Superman: The Movie - For an archival film, this is the best of the best of the best. This movie actually looks BETTER than it did in theaters, and the brand new documentaries on Side B delve into all the minutiae of the production and the controversy surrounding the sequel. You'll believe a man can fly.

#25 of 530 OFFLINE   Stephen Orr

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Posted February 27 2002 - 01:27 PM

1. My first DVD was The Right Stuff, because it was one of my favorite movies in widescreen. 2. My second DVD: Army of Darkness Limited Edition. Again, because it's one of my favorite movies, and because I'm a special edition junkie. 3. My third DVD: Terminator 2: Ultimate Edition. Same reasons as above.

#26 of 530 OFFLINE   JohnnyG

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Posted February 27 2002 - 01:28 PM

1. Fifth Element. A nifty little movie that many have not seen 2. Star Wars Episode I. Pod Race - 'nough said! 3. U-571. Teeth rattling bass.

#27 of 530 OFFLINE   Greg Robinson

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Posted February 27 2002 - 01:28 PM

1. The Fifth Element - Superbit Edition (THE disc for reference quality video and one helluva cool movie!) 2. The Sopranos, The Complete First Season (16x9 presentation, 5.1 sound, first-class packaging and one of the best shows on television) 3. Rushmore - Criterion Edition (Beautiful image transfer, 5.1 treatment for one of the best soundtracks ever, and inspired menu designs)

#28 of 530 OFFLINE   Christopher_S

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Posted February 27 2002 - 01:30 PM

My personal day one DVD choices: 1. Star Wars Episode 1: The Phantom Menace The DD mix makes that tired old lightsaber sound shake the floor. And the pod-race? Breathtaking. 2. Snow White and the Seven Dwarves Makes a decades-old film look brand new. A primer on how to pack a disc with worthwhile extras. 3. The Matrix Sentimental choice... sure, it sounds and looks good, but it's also a nifty marriage of media format and subject matter.
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#29 of 530 OFFLINE   Mark Friedman

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Posted February 27 2002 - 01:32 PM

The 5th Element (Superbit) Bram Stroker's Dracula (Superbit) Apocalypse Now Redux

#30 of 530 OFFLINE   Mark Brewer

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Posted February 27 2002 - 01:33 PM

Shrek: Beutiful picture, lots of extras, great sound, and it's just a fun movie. Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menance: Awesome video, Oustanding sound, I can't get enough of Jar Jar, great dvd to show of your new DVD Snow White: Hey it's a classic
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#31 of 530 OFFLINE   Keith_G

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Posted February 27 2002 - 01:35 PM

+Terminator2:Ultimate Edition --- for sound and video quality & engrossing menus & extras +Saving Private Ryan (DTS version) --- for amazing sound reproduction & Oscar-worthy film +Matrix --- for sound and video quality & extras Keith Giuliani

#32 of 530 OFFLINE   PhilipW

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Posted February 27 2002 - 01:35 PM

Terminator 2 Ultimate Edition Use of virtually every technology for this format; seamless branching, DD & DTS, animated menus, easter eggs. Great overall picture and sound quality. Toy Story Toy Box Best possible visual quality available. Straight from the computer to the disk. Star Wars Episode I The Phantom Menace Star Wars on DVD. 'nuff said.

#33 of 530 OFFLINE   John Hergenrather

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Posted February 27 2002 - 01:36 PM

1. Toy Story - Ultimate Toy Box - transfer and sound - fun too 2. Saving Private Ryan - Picture and sound - go to Omaha Beach 3. Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back - Just Because!

#34 of 530 OFFLINE   Srinivas Reddy

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Posted February 27 2002 - 01:36 PM

Star Wars I : Sound, Movie Quality Terminator 2 Special Edition: Transfer, Sound, Special Features (Making, Storyboards etc) GodFAther Trilogy: For the movie itself
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#35 of 530 OFFLINE   Tom Reed

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Posted February 27 2002 - 01:36 PM

1.) Saving Private Ryan DTS ( The best DTS soundtrack around!!!) 2.) Die Hard 5- Star (Excellent Sound and Image also includes detailed extras. 3.) Fight Club ( Everything on this is perfect great Sound, Image, and Extras) Tom Reed

#36 of 530 OFFLINE   G Miller

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Posted February 27 2002 - 01:36 PM

First 3 DVD's to purchase. Terminator 2 - Classic blockbuster movie, with an abundance of extras which add to your understanding of the movie, and appreciate the time and effort it takes to create a movie of this magnitude such as casting, special affects all the way through to the marketing. Moulin Rouge - A visual and audio delight which has a very high repeat value. Stunning colours, sets, and sound make this DVD a must have. Again, a high number of extra's are present on this disk. Pearl Jam Touring Band 2000 - For me this is a must have DVD as I am a huge Pearl Jam fan. Although this disc deosn't really show off the dvd format, it is an outstanding compilation of rock songs from one of the pioneers of Alternative music in the 90's.
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#37 of 530 OFFLINE   Tom Rags

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Posted February 27 2002 - 01:37 PM

Star Wars Episode 1 Picture, Sound, and Amazing Extras Gladiator Amazing DTS sound Fantasia 2000 The great music shows off the nuances of your new system (not just bass and explosions that others provide).

#38 of 530 OFFLINE   Greg Br

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Posted February 27 2002 - 01:37 PM

Star Wars:The Phantom Menace, simply the best visual transfer, the best audio, and has great extra features to boot! The Matrix-Fast paced, great story, and the best shoot em up scenes anywhere. U-571-Have to use a DTS sounding movie in your new digital player, if you have dentures better go heavy on the polygrip.

#39 of 530 OFFLINE   Steve Schick

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Posted February 27 2002 - 01:37 PM

1. Fifth Element - best picture from dark space scenes to colorful city scenes. 2. Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon - wonderful cinematography. 3. Shrek - great animation and comedy relief.
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#40 of 530 OFFLINE   Blake R

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Posted February 27 2002 - 01:37 PM

Saving Private Ryan - picture and sound True Lies - same The Patriot - same RBR




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