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Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by oscar_merkx, Jun 28, 2002.
who would have thought that
Nice to see the original art! Can't wait to see how it looks!
Unfortunately clicking on either box to get a larger view seems to lead to the same "full" screen image.
Is this the first time Paramount has released a disc with a "Full Screen Collection" banner? And who, exactly, is putting together such a collection?
I'm not sure if it is the first time, but I think Ron said a while ago that Paramount was looking into releasing fullscreen titles.
The old banner itself was kind of an indication that there was a counterpart as well, wasn't it? Otherwise the "widescreen collection" might as well simply be "Collection" Not that I'd be complaining...
Didn't Charlotte's Web get released full-frame?
Anyway, it's nice to see a studio keep the original one-sheet art for once. Thanks Paramount!
Yep, Bjorn got it right:
Worst Collection Ever.
Great job Paramount!
I'm kinda disappointed..it seems that the transfer and extras for this release are simply rehashes of the vhs and ld release from 4 1/2 years ago. Doesn't Paramount put any effort into their big releases?
How can you tell what the transfer is like from the packaging??
Okay...I am happy to see this film coming out and all... But let me ask, and not trying to offend anyone here...Next year is the films 25th Anniversary. What are the chances that we are going to get hit next year with a two disc special version with loaded extra's?
Whoops...one other exception: Apocalype Now Redux