I will buy any movie I like if it's on OAR. I prefer to at least have the theatrical trailer as a bonus. I will be buying these films, very much appreciated Paramount. (get crackin on family ties box sets perty please )
Okay, I've never had a chance to do this in a situation where a definitive answer could be given, so humor me and let my dream become a reality:
Hey, Mr. Blythe, when are the Indiana Jones films going to be released on DVD? Don't be evasive now, or I might have to start a petition. I won't settle for one of those "be patient" answers either, I'm playing hardball this time. I'm gonna hold my breath until I get a solid release date.
Yes thank you Paramount!!! Not only will the films be released but that fact that Lowry Digital is doing the video restoration and all released at the same time mixed to 5.1 is killer!! Add to that the price (street $50) is right too!!!
Paramount started a great new trend with the release of your first DTS titles. They sound fantastic so far! Thank you!
Why not put DTS and DTS-ES Discrete 6.1 on DVDs from now on, not just sporadically? The remixed Indy Trilogy would have been great in DTS, IMHO. One of the great franchises in movie history (Raiders and Temple of Doom rank among my all time favorite movies) deserves the best it can get. You could earn Brownie Points with Spielberg too.
Will all the full length documentaries that were made during the shooting of Raiders, Temple of Doom, and Last Crusade be included in their uncut forms on this boxed set? If you added one more disc you could place just those already completed specials together. You'd rank this set up there with Fox's upcoming Alien Set and New Line's The Lord of the Rings Director's Cut Sets by including carefully mastered DTS (or fully remixed DTS-ES Discrete 6.1) and loads of quality extras.