Brotherhood Of Wolves

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  1. Rhett_Y

    Rhett_Y Screenwriter

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    Has anybody heard the official release date for this movie? I heard the month of June....It is now June and still nothing...>AHHAHAHAHAHAHAH This is killing me [​IMG]
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    R~
     
  2. Adam Lenhardt

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    Are you talking about the Brotherhood of the Wolf DVD?
     
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    Mike_S Stunt Coordinator

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    I think that's the title he has in mind. VERY entertaining movie. They have a lavish 3 disc special edition in Europe. The package in which the Discs are found is made to appear to look like an old book. I also heard of a possible June DVD release. -Mike
     
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    Garrett Lundy Producer

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    Mmmm.....Tasty, lavish 3-disc sets! I'm hoping America gets a simpilar set-up w/ french DTS 5.1, extras disc, and audio-score cd. The leatherette box would also be nice, But I'll sacrifice for english subtitles [​IMG]
     
  5. Rhett_Y

    Rhett_Y Screenwriter

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    That's the one...Has anybody heard of a date for it's release?

    I to, hope we get a nice looking set like our frineds over seas!

    R~
     
  6. Rhett_Y

    Rhett_Y Screenwriter

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    Anyword yet???? Somebody, anybody...lol..

    Thanks
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    According to www.digitalbits.com it is tentatively scheduled for a June 25 release. Only a few weeks! [​IMG]
     
  8. Julian Lalor

    Julian Lalor Supporting Actor

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    Whatever this film's release date will be, it isn't 25 June. I suspect August at the earliest.
     
  9. Jay Blair

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    Julian, how 'bout a source, please. The only date I've seen is 6/25.
     
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    I wouldn't hold my breath for that European package either. Just look at the Amelie package after all.
     
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    TVA International who owns the Canadian rights to this title says early October. No word if this corresponds to the US Universal disc.
    Features should be locked in shortly [​IMG]
     
  13. Anthony Thorne

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    I hope to hell that some of the extensive extras from the French package make it to the Canadian/Statside version. The various docos and commentaries on the French version look very nice indeed.

    Great film, BTW.
     
  14. T r o y

    T r o y Supporting Actor

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    Can someone chime in and let me know if this film is a foreign film with French Audio track and if that be the case, then we will have to watch Brotherhood on DVD with U.S. subtitles on. Not too fond about this. I could deal with the U.S. dubbed version a whole lot better. Any comments?
     
  15. DonRoeber

    DonRoeber Screenwriter

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    Troy,
    During it's theatrical run in the US, Brotherhood of the Wolf was shown in French with subtitles. And it did pretty well. My local theater had a warning sign up saying that it was a subtitled movie, but nobody seemed deterred by this.
     
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    I've been waiting to order this too. It was original supposed to come out 6/25 but it's not listed at dvdpricesearch.com and no online site has it, so I guess dvdfile got it wrong. I just wish these sites that announce upcoming releases would correct themselves when there is a change. For instance I'm still waiting for them to show the new release dates for Serpico and the special edition of Spy Kids.
     
  18. T r o y

    T r o y Supporting Actor

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    I don't like watching a movie w/subtitles because it draws my attention away from the screen/action/story. I wish Brotherhood was a U.S. originated film and not an international type movie.
     
  19. Anthony Thorne

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    Troy, one quick comment to maybe encourage you to give WOLF a shot - some of the most amazing sequences are dialogue-free, and concentrate entirely on knockout, James Cameron-style action and ass-kicking. I saw WOLF with a packed audience at last year's Melbourne Fim Festival and the crowd was blown away. There were a bunch of sequences (folks who have seen the movie already will probably guess which scenes I'm talking about) where the crowd went absolutely nuts, hollering and cheering and having a great time. I think you'll enjoy the film regardless, but maybe the disc will have a dubbed soundtrack on it somewhere. If it does, perhaps you can sample the original-language version later once you're familiar with the storyline and know what's going on.

    For what it's worth, the fact that WOLF is an 'international type movie' and not a U.S originated film has some other benefits as well. If the film was a typical Stateside blockbuster, I doubt we'd be seeing as much of Monica Belluci as we do in a couple of my favourite scenes...
     
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