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SONY PICTURES PRESS RELEASE: Nadine

Discussion in 'DVD' started by Aaron Silverman, Apr 26, 2005.

  1. Aaron Silverman

    Aaron Silverman Executive Producer

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    Kim Basinger, Jeff Bridges, Rip Torn and Jerry Stiller
    Star in Zany Caper Comedy

    NADINE

    Available on DVD July 5, 2005

    It's Austin, 1953, and Nadine has made the mistake of posing for the wrong kind of pictures for the wrong kind of man... Now she needs those pictures back and she needs the help of her soon-to-be-ex-husband to get them! Written and directed by two-time Oscar® winner and five-time nominee Robert Benton (Kramer vs. Kramer, Places in the Heart, Nobody's Fool), NADINE stars four-time Oscar® nominee Jeff Bridges (Starman, The Last Picture Show), Oscar® winner Kim Basinger (L.A. Confidential, Cellular) along with Oscar® nominee Rip Torn (Wonder Boys, TV's "Larry Sanders Show"), Jerry Stiller (TV's "Seinfeld" and "King of Queens"), Gwen Verndon (Cocoon) and Glenne Headly (Dirty Rotten Scoundrels). Sony Pictures Home Entertainment will release NADINE on DVD July 5, 2005, at $24.96 SLP.

    Synopsis
    When Nadine accidentally comes into possession of property map worth millions, Vernon (Bridges), her financially strapped husband, comes up with a plan to make a killing. Unfortunately so does Buford Pope (Rip Torn), an unscrupulous businessman who'll stop at nothing to get the map. So as Vernon's plan gets Nadine mixed up in police ambushes, roof-to-roof chases, salvage yard shootouts, and cold-blooded murder, it's only a matter of time before Buford has them in front of a firing squad with no chance of escape. But Nadine needn't worry. Vernon's got a plan.

    DVD SPECIAL FEATURES INCLUDE:
    • Digitally Mastered Audio and Anamorphic Video 1.85
    • Audio: English
    • Subtitles: English, Japanese, Spanish
    • Bonus Previews
    • Scene Selections
    Year of Theatrical Release: 1987
    Rated: PG
    Color / Closed Captioned
    Running Time: 83 Minutes
    DVD SLP: $24.96
     
  2. Bradley-E

    Bradley-E Screenwriter

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    A very cute movie, but why is it costing so much? Sony, get with it and lower your catalogue title prices.
     
  3. Aaron Silverman

    Aaron Silverman Executive Producer

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    I am seeing very little rhyme or reason to Sony's pricing schemes lately. I get the feeling that they may be experimenting with a number of different price points to do some research. (For instance, some titles have $xx.94 prices while others have $xx.96 prices.)
     
  4. GregoryMesh

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    No rhyme or reason at all. HEXED gets featurettes, director's commentary, deleted scenes and is only $19.94. NADINE has no extras and is $5.02 more expensive...

    Oh, sorry, unless you count scene selections as an extra.
     
  5. Jay E

    Jay E Cinematographer

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    I don't understand Columbia's pricing either.

    Maybe they are trying to get more people to join the Columbia House DVD club so that they can get these DVDs cheaper.
     
  6. Jesse Skeen

    Jesse Skeen Producer

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    At least they actually did a 16x9 transfer this time instead of a "Fool Screen Presentation". (The "Old" Columbia would have done both, but they're not the same company they used to be.)
     
  7. walter o

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    Well the film does have bigger name stars than HEXED, maybe residuals or profit participation of the two stars is causing the highter price point?
     

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