Didn't know the A Time to Kill DVD was a flipper.

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by StephenA, May 2, 2002.

  1. StephenA

    StephenA Screenwriter

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    I went to put it in thinking it had the widescreen version on one side, and the pan and scan on the other. I look at the chapter listing and realized it was a flipper. I'm guessing this was an early release disc. I think they should release a new version, if they haven't already done so or announced they were going to. They definately can fit the whole movie on one side of the disc now. Has anyone else been fooled like this?
     
  2. DarrenA

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    Yup, and oddly enough another John Grisham film The Pelican Brief is also still only available as a flipper. I understand that RSDL disc replication wasn't utilized early in 1997 when DVDs debuted, but I would think some of these studios would at least go back and start releasing these DVDs as dual-layered.
     

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