COUSINS on DVD - Fullscreen or Widescreen

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  1. John Sullmeyer

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    So I decide that I want to pick up a copy of the movie "Cousins". I went to DeepDiscountDVD.com which usually has the best price and noticed that they only have th Full Screen Version.

    My question is does anyone know if they even have a Full Screen version? I'm thinking only a Widescreen version exists, and that they have it wrong, but don't want to pick this up unless I'm sure.

    Also, the picture of the DVD cover says "Widescreen" on the top.

    http://www.deepdiscountdvd.com/dvd.cfm?itemID=PRD032181

    Any help would be much appreciated.
     
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    Only available in widescreen.
     
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    If you do not prefer widescreen, you should get a DVD player that has the 'zoom' feature. You'll see the full potential of your Widescreen DVDs in a few years, when you upgrade to a widescreen TV.
     
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    It is available only in widescreen. The disc, as you probably know, is as bare bones as it gets - movie only. The transfer is pretty good, not great. Colors seemed a little overblown to me and was a little soft. However, the movie is so good, the so-so transfer was easily overlooked.
     
  5. John Sullmeyer

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    Thanks. Actually, naturally, I only want Widescreen, but the ad at DeepDiscountDVD said "Fullscreen" while the picture said widescreen. So if a fullscreen doesn't exist, then I should be safe to order from DDD.

    Thanks for the info.
     

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