Innerspace is coming out on dvd on 7/9....

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  1. todd s

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    Dvdempire has it for preorder for a 7/9 release. It does say that it will have a commentary.
     
  2. Scott D S

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    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.
     
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    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![​IMG]
     
  4. Joel C

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    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.
     
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    One Innerspace DVD. Zero defects. [​IMG]
     
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    Like 'Manhattan' a few years before, one thing that is notable about 'Innerspace' is that it was OAR-only (letterboxed) on VHS.
     
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    Yahoooooooooooooooo!!!!!!!!
    This is great news. First some news on Real Genius, now this! Long live the 1980's comedies! [​IMG]
     
  8. Josh L

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    aaaawwwww yeeeeaaah!!!!
    I just can't say it enough the time is finally here!
    wooo hooo!
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    Warner I love you!!
     
  9. Dan Brecher

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    This is very cool! Love this movie!

    Dan
     
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    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![​IMG]
     
  11. JohnS

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    Your not going to stay little for ever.
    Play with it pal, but don't talk to it.
    THIS IS GREAT NEWS!
     
  12. Jason Whyte

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    This is great news! I've always loved all the leads in this film would love to replace my old, scratchy laserdisc.
     
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    It's about time! I must have watched this movie a million times on TBS already.
     
  14. Michael Boyd

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    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!
     

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