Blu-ray Review Best of Warner Bros. 50 Film Collection Blu-ray Review

David_B_K

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MattH. said:
Especially Robin Hood since the 1930s is not represented by any true Warner Bros. film, and it's a truly great one.
It's the film that alternates with Citizen Kane as my # 1 favorite film.
 

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This would be a great set if I didn't already own half the titles. Well worth it for people getting into blu though.
 

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Wayne_j said:
This would be a great set if I didn't already own half the titles. Well worth it for people getting into blu though.
That's my problem with most of the large collections, I own most of the titles anyway.
 

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I personally don't understand the point of this set outside of a prestige type thing. Most of the titles included in this set have been in print for 6-7 years. I own 44 of them. I did see this at Costco and it looked nice, but who's gonna buy this thing? The only real appeal is maybe the bonus disc, but it's a DVD? I agree with others that feel it's silly that this set includes MGM and New Line produced titles as part of their 90 year celebration.
 

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