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Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Patrick Mirza, Mar 1, 2002.
no date or specs yet, but how 'bout that pink background?!? Yuck!
Ummm....thats the original Poster art is memory serves.
Anybody got the specs on this disc yet?
Since this isn't the dvd incarnation of this title that will be adorning my collection, I'll wait and pass judgement on the one that will. If Criterion remains true to form, their cover will be most satisfying.
Damned if I don't sound pompous, snooty and self-rightious.
So Be It!
I'll be waiting for the criterion edition!
Ummm... if the studio's releasing this title, isn't that a pretty good indication that they won't license it to Criterion?
That probably won't be the final cover....and I'm getting the 2-disc set, whether it's BV (hopefully) or "Criterion" written on the cover.
Is there any suggestion that Criterion is even considering it, or is this all just pure speculation???
If Buena Vista's release is a 2-disc Special Edition, then you can count on Criterion NOT releasing this at a later date.
There wouldn't be a need for a Criterion version, and it wouldn't make much business sense for Criterion.
If it's a 2-disc Vista Series at $29.99 retail, then hurray!
The soundtrack album looks pretty much like this cover (the pink background), so I wouldn't be surprised if this is it.
This was the movie poster i saw during its theatrical release.
The pink background version was from some print ads (i think) and is identical to the Soundtrack cover. Personally i think both are great for the dvd. I can't wait to get it...and i too am hoping for a BV double disc set.
Also consider that Disney no longer licences its films to Criterion.
Hopfully Disney will give The Royal Tenenbaums the treatment it deserves and make it a Vista Series.
Both BOTTLE ROCKET and THE ROYAL TENENBAUMS are "Officially Rumored" to get the Criterion treatment.
Count me in for a Criterion release.
"Criterion is working on The Fireman's Ball, and has plans to do Wes Anderson's Bottle Rocket and The Royal Tenenbaums as well." - TheDigitalBits
Hence "Official Rumor"
This might sound silly, but why on earth would anyone rather have a "Criterion Collection" of Royal Tenenbaums instead of a "Vista Series" or just a 2-disc "SE". Aren't we just talking semantics with names here?
Criterion would just be more expensive. Is it the spine numbers and the collectibility factor or desire for a BETTER DVD??