I wouldn't necessarily call it 'crap'. They've been screwed by their distributors in the past (who shipped merchandise to their competitors before them), so this way they make sure that any date they publish is do-able.Yup, I got a similar email notice which is why I didn't cancel my Amazon orders for this movie nor Crossfire as Amazon constantly does this crap.
It's still the same "song and dance" crap no matter who is the root cause.I wouldn't necessarily call it 'crap'. They've been screwed by their distributors in the past (who shipped merchandise to their competitors before them), so this way they make sure that any date they publish is do-able.
Its better to pad their date and be early than be blasted for being late
And I just received a shipment notification from Amazon today that it's arriving today. Originally, April 9th. Whatever, but pleased it's arriving sooner than later, so Mike, there's hope for your shipment.No notice for me. Amazon still showing a date of April 9th.
I suspect it will arrive earlier. But, who knows? I'm fine either way.
Amazon's systems makes no sense, I ordered mine March 9th and it didn't ship till yesterday and it's arriving tomorrow. You would think they would do first come first serve but i guess they just do a random lottery lolI had no idea such vagaries existed at Amazon. I ordered "Damn Yankees" on March 13, and received it three days later.
Sorry so many people had/are having delays. Perhaps you'll appreciate it all the more when you finally get it.
You should have gotten it by now. I got the same delivery date in April but it showed up the day after its release.This is one of those titles I've been waiting for in HD for a very long time.
I'm on my 2nd DVD (I wore out the 1st!).
So bring it on, baby!
My only quibble right now is that Amazon is projecting an April 9th delivery for the disc.
Maybe I need to look elsewhere.