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Discussion in 'DVD' started by James L White, Dec 15, 2002.
Sweet! First, Better Off Dead and now One Crazy Summer. And it's WB which usually does a respectable job with catalog titles. I mean, it can't look worse than the transfer Paramount did for Better Off Dead, right? The only downside is both discs are completely barebones.
Now all we need is "How I Got Into College" to complete the Savage Steve Holland trifecta.
I love "How I Got Into College"
It's been a long time since I've seen OCS.
"Roses are red, violets are blue and love will have nothing to do with you!"
Excellent! I've been looking forward to this for a while.
Bobcat Goldthwait in a Godzilla outfit!
"if i would grow wings............"
I just had a dream about this movie last night, and I'm not even a big fan. Guess it meant something after all.
and I just recently made a DVD-R of my VHS (never was released letterboxed on LD) of One Crazy Summer. i had given up hope for this comedy gem!
"Let me tell you a story about a little fat boy that nobody liked..."
"We are from the Planet of the Toes! And we're here...for your produce!"
Great, I need this and The Sure Thing for my Cusack collection
Just got this one in the mail today, and to my surprise the disc has an audio commentary with director Savage Steve Holland, Curtis Armstrong (Booger from Revenge of the Nerds), and Bobcat Goldthwait.
Thank you, Warner Bros, for doing something as simple as this, that not even Paramount had enough care to do.
Walt, if you've watched the discalready how is the a/v? I can't find reviews anywhere, I'm still waiting on mine to arrive from DDD.com
Heads up on this one-may not have shipped in good quantities.
I purchased the only copy on the shelf this morning at Best Buy. There were no gaps so this was the only one put out. They may have had more unstocked, but I'm not sure. Also, same deal with Sibling Rivalry from MGM-only 1 copy out.
Watching it right now. So far the video looks okay. Not great, but I've certainly seen worse transfers. Better than Paramount's Better Off Dead transfer, in my opinion.
Is it just me or is Paramount getting worse? No trailers on the Brady movies or anything.
I think that the resignation of Eric Doctorow (and arrival of Tom Lesinski) is going to open the door to more extras, lower prices, and more use of DTS (Doctorow seemed to have something against all three; for example, James Cameron had to fight to get the Titanic DTS LD made, and when he succeeded, it was a Lightstorm/Image disc, with zero involvement from Paramount)