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Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by todd s, Mar 18, 2002.
Dvdempire has it for preorder for a 7/9 release. It does say that it will have a commentary.
According to DVDFile, it will be presented in anamorphic widescreen with Dolby Digital 5.1 and 2.0 tracks and will include a commentary by Joe Dante, Dennis Muren, and selected cast members; filmographies; and trailers.
Great news guys! This was one funny movie from the many comedies in the '80s. And it was one of the more funny Sci-Fi comedies as well. And who could resist the adorable and innocent (back then) Meg Ryan? In the end I'd still take the modified '68 Mustang Convertible...now that was a sweet ride!
This probably isn't as good as I remember it, but it will sit proudly on the shelf next to Joe vs. the Volcano nonetheless.
One Innerspace DVD. Zero defects.
Like 'Manhattan' a few years before, one thing that is notable about 'Innerspace' is that it was OAR-only (letterboxed) on VHS.
This is great news. First some news on Real Genius, now this! Long live the 1980's comedies!
I just can't say it enough the time is finally here!
Warner I love you!!
This is very cool! Love this movie!
Yeah it still rocks. I forced myself to face non-OAR hell last time it was on TV.
This will be my first opportunity to see it in widescreen. BWAHAHAHAHAHAH!
Your not going to stay little for ever.
Play with it pal, but don't talk to it.
THIS IS GREAT NEWS!
This is great news! I've always loved all the leads in this film would love to replace my old, scratchy laserdisc.
It's about time! I must have watched this movie a million times on TBS already.
This was my first exposure to OAR on home video when I was 16. I didn't become a cultish Woody Allen obsessive/devotee for a few more years, so I never saw Manhattan.
I guess I rented it sometime in the fall of 1987. Having seen the film in the theater probably helped my quick acceptance of the letterbox presentation since I knew how it was supposed to "look", but I have to admit it was quite a shock to see initially. I wonder how many people this video confused?
I watched it on a 10 inch TV too. I finally realized how I could see all the opening scroll of Star Wars at home. Finally my dream came true after buying an LD player 3 years later. Laughably i initially only wanted an LD player for the increase in quality, I had no idea it would turn into such a vast source for letterbox material!