MGM's new DVD releases for the new year

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  1. JohnS

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    Over at DVDfile.com, they announced a bunch of MGM titles for the new year.

    Ghost world S.E. 2/5

    Eat Drink Man Woman 3/5

    Smokers 2/5

    Locusts 3/19

    Angeles & Insects 3/19

    Improptu 3/19

    Bar Girls 3/19

    Mademoiselle 3/5

    Electra 3/5

    Tale of Springtime 3/5

    Boxcar Bertha 3/19

    De Sade 3/19

    Romeo is Bleeding 3/19

    I will be getting

    Ghost World, Bar Girls, Eat Drink, Romeo is Bleeding

    Finally Bar girls!
     
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    Alright! Ghost World is one of the best films of 2001. Can't wait to get my hands on the DVD.
     
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    I'm looking forward to finally seeing Ghost World! I think I'll pick up Boxcar Bertha and Angels and Insects as well. Thanks MGM!
     
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    Romeo Is Bleeding! Finally!

    Lena Olin is fantastic in this brutal flick.
     
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    Sweeeeeet! I've been wanting to get Romeo is Bleeding.

    Any Gary Oldman DVDs are always welcome.

    "Feed the hole, Jack."
     
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    I'll be getting Boxcar Bertha and A Tale of Springtime. More Rohmer on DVD is a very good thing.
     

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