Phonebooth SE

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  1. JeffreyMercado

    JeffreyMercado Second Unit

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    Fox is coming out with Phonebooth SE on July 8th. I really enjoyed this movie. Knowing fox is making the disk I feel confident it's going to be a clean, great disk. You can read more about it here: www.dvdtalk.com
     
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    Vince Maskeeper Producer

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  3. JeffreyMercado

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    Sorry about that. I tried to do a search and nothing came up. Please feel free to delete.
     
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    Qui-Gon John Producer

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    Funny thing is, IMHO and my way of thinking, "Special Edition" sort of implies there are other versions out there, usually those should be predecessors to the "Special Edition". Yet more and more titles are having their initial DVD released encapsulated with the "Special Edition" monicker. Strange, I think.
     
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    I wouldn't quite call Phone Booth a special edition. There is so much more that they could have done with this release.
     
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    T r o y Supporting Actor

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    Here's another instance where I feel Fox has dropped the ball once again by not including a DTS track on one of their new releases.[​IMG] Same with The Transporter.

    Very hit and miss! I hate that from a Studio. Either support DTS or don't!!!


    The only two studios that, as far as I can see, support DTS on "most" of their titles is Dreamworks and New Line!
    Keep up the good work fellas.


    Fox you listening!?
     

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