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Discussion in 'DVD' started by Corey Hall, May 10, 2004.
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I am soooooo excited!!!!!!!
This was already reported some days ago, but I guess it deserves its own thread. You can check out the covers (and some menu screens) at DVD Times' site:
Note that the Goodfellas dvd, while a 2 disc release, also seems to come in a keepcase. I think it's a bit strange that, besides Goodfellas, only Mean Streets carries the "Special Edition" banner....
This collection will be mine 8/17 faster than you can say "studio of the year".
Finally. I can retire my flipper.
The Goodfellas SE already has its own thread. I will retitle this to apply to the Scorsese boxset.
Now for that Casino SE....
Perhaps the Mean Streets and Goodfellas have SE on them because they were already released once before by warner...and the others have not been.
I've been waiting for this since it was rumored 2 years ago!
Warners is absolutly crippling my bank: Marx Bros. this month, Tarzan next month, Noirs in July , Scorsese in Sept....
Any word if the films in the box set will be available seperately? I'm interested in Mean Streets, but not the others...
They will all be available seperately.
Thank you Zachary.
Good news. I knew this was coming but I'm glad to see it's officially announced.
Now for the Casino SE AND the Raging Bull SE.
I can't wait for this. Long overdue. Casino SE better be next, however!
I won't be getting the box set, but I will gladly pick up 'Goodfellas' and 'After Hours' individually. 'After Hours' I had only seen once on late night television and was enthralled by it. It'll be great to finally own it. Another I've been meaning to pick up, which sort of gives off the same vibe as AH is 'Eyes Wide Shut' by Kubrick.
But you would only have to pay about US $10 extra for the remaining three movies....
can't wait to see Alice... again.
This is great news and I'm very, very excited. Mainly about the Goodfellas SE, but anamorphic Mean Streets with Scorsese commentary is an answer to prayer as well. As for the other three films, I haven't seen After Hours in a long time, but I think I liked it. I just saw Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore and Who's That Knocking At My Door recently for the first time. Alice I thought was excellent, so I'd like to have that one. However, I was less impressed with Who's That Knocking At My Door. It was certainly interesting to see, being Scorsese's feature debut but it has a blatant film-student feel to it. It seems almost like a prototype of Mean Streets. Interesting, but not essential, I think.
great news indeed and I am really looking forward to Mean Streets
We've just posted the Scorsese Collection artwork here