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Criterion 'Tenebaums' - disc and cover art

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Patrick Mirza, May 4, 2002.

  1. Patrick Mirza

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    Specs include: New widescreen Digital transfer (2.40:1), supervised by Director Wes Anderson; DD 5.1 and DTS audio; Audio Commentary by Wes Anderson; Portraits by Albert Maysles; a "Making of" Featurette; Exclusive Cast interviews and behind-the-scenes Footage; Outtakes and Deleted Scenes; The Peter Bradley Show with Cast Interviews; The Art of the Movie - In-Depth Art Direction and Production Design Featurette; Theatrical Trailers; Collectible Multi-Panel booklets with set design drawings, director introspective and DVD guide.
     
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    Any idea on the release date?
     
  3. Kelley_B

    Kelley_B Cinematographer

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    date??? I can't wait, I love this movie.
     
  4. LukeB

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    July 9, from what I have read. That's the Criterion/BV release. There is just one.
     
  5. Adam Lenhardt

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    So, are the supplements the same or what? How can there only be one release?
     
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    Glad to see they got rid of that pinkish hue color from the front cover
     
  8. Sam E. Torres

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    please tell me the other rumored bottle rocket criterion is on the way...[​IMG]
     
  9. Sam E. Torres

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    i am pretty disapointed that owen wilson will not be participating in the commentary, however.
     
  10. Steve_Knutzen

    Steve_Knutzen Screenwriter

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    Did Owen co-write Tenebaums with Wes like Rushmore and Bottle Rocket?
     
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    Does this mean there will be a "deluxe box-set compilation" of Wes Anderson criterion's?
    Think of it : Bottle Rocket, Rushmore and Tennabaum's in one tidy package![​IMG]
     
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    I heard that the SMRP is $29.95. Since this is a BVE/Criterion collobration, it's not hard to believe.
     
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    Oooh look at that!

    *makes space on shelf*

    Dan
     
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    It's fantastic to see so much new cinema in The Criterion Collection (In The Mood for Love, Traffic, George Washington...)

    Since I fell head over heels in love with The Royal Tenenbaums I await this feverishly. My most anticipated DVD of the year except for Brass Eye, released tomorrow in the UK!
     
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    Not to be rude, but does anyone else think that the cover is pretty "non-Criterion looking"? Even though the discs have that Rushmore type look, this is the busiest Criterion DVD cover I've seen. Maybe they didn't have a say in the packaging (?). Regardless, it sounds like it's true, it's Criterion + Wes Anderson + 2 discs, and that adds up to must-have for me.
     
  18. Jon Robertson

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    It's made up to look like a hardback book (note the wear and tear on the spine and corners), but BV probably just wanted it to look as much like the posters as possible.

    The inside looks to be done by Eric Chase-Anderson, which is great news!
     
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    Please OH please let this be true.
     
  20. Sam E. Torres

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    just out of curiousity, does anyone know what the words are on that first disc that end in -ram and -shore? [​IMG]
     

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