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Discussion in 'DVD' started by Patrick Mirza, Aug 14, 2003.
No street date or specs yet.
I think the poster art is better... i guess...
I liked the poster art better too. This was a fun movie, and I hope it gets more respect on DVD than it did in theatres.
I could do with out the thumbs up on the bottom of the case
This was a great have fun movie.Yes the movie poster was a lot better.
That sleeve's horrible - it looks like one of those cheap knock-offs that suddenly appear whenever Disney announce the production of a story that's in the public domain.
Actually, it looks more like another DreamWorks release: Joseph: King of Dreams.
Unimaginative, and a poor attempt to try to use an Ebert & Roeper 'TTU' to try to generate potential sales, when nobody saw it (which means DreamWorks has packed in any future traditional-style animated features).
All the Dreamworks Animation covers have been horribly designed lately. As Julian says, they look like knock-offs rather than major studio titles.