Into The Night - No insert?

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  1. Greg Havard

    Greg Havard Auditioning

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    Did anyone have an insert on their "Into The Night" DVD? (Jeff Goldblum, Michelle Pfieffer)

    There wasn't one in mine, and I just want to make certain mine isn't the only one without an insert.
     
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    Universal like MGM are not packaging inserts with their dvds.




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  3. John Stockton

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    I was thinking of picking this up. Can you please tell me how the transfer is on this DVD.

    Thanks
     
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    I didnt know this was out! When was it released?

    Yes, how is the transfer!
     
  5. Greg Havard

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    I feel horribly underquilified to answer questions about the quality of the transfer on this DVD, but I thought it looked good. I didn't notice any obvious problems with it. Then again, I've been waiting for this movie for so long, I'd have bought it regardless of what the transfer looked like. It came out September 2.

    One nice extra is the music video for "Lucille" by B.B. King. I'd completely forgotten about this until seeing it again on the DVD. The "backup band" in the video is made up of Goldblum, Pfeiffer, and Dan Aykroyd from the movie, plus Eddie Murphy and Steve Martin. Landis talks about making the music video and working with B.B. King on the soundtrack.
     
  6. Michael Reuben

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    As a long-time fan of the film, I was very pleased with the transfer. It does a fine job of reproducing the look of a film of this age and budget. To my knowledge, this is the first NTSC release of the film in widescreen (the laserdisc was fullframe), and with the 16:9 enhancement, the films looks about as good as I suspect we'll ever see it.

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