TV Guide's Top DVDs of 2003

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  1. Michael Allred

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    A pretty mainstream list if you ask me...

    1- Alien Quadrilogy
    2- The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers - Special Extended Edition
    3- Sleeping Beauty
    4- Finding Nemo
    5- Casablanca - Special Edition
    6- The Lion King: Platinum Edition
    7- The Adventures of Indiana Jones
    8- There's Something About Mary - Collector's Edition
    9- Once Upon a Time in America
    10- Black Hawk Down
    11- Bend It Like Beckham
    12- The Kid Stays in the Picture
    13- Spirited Away
    14- X2: X-Men United
    15- Gangs of New York
     
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    Gangs of New York had one of the worst transfers I've seen and the Looney Tunes Gold Collection isn't on the list.

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    I can't believe that it and nothing else that is "TV on DVD" made it onto a TV Guide list of best DVDs!

    Ah, well... [​IMG]
     
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    This is TV Guide. Some of the choices are correct, just by accident, but using them as a guide for dvds is like using Consumer Reports to buy a dvd player.
     
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    TV Guide's DVD Holiday Buying Guide, a stand-alone publication, devoted more space to TV shows than any other genre, as one might expect. But then it left out The Family Guy, Vol. 2 (the best-selling TV DVD this year) and The Dick Van Dyke Show (arguably the best TV DVD this year).

    How embarrassing.
     
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    Randy, I saw that on the newsstand. My wife admonished me from picking it up, pointing out that I could probably write my own guide! [​IMG]
     
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    I love the way Looney Tunes isn't on there, but There's Something about Mary makes the top 10. While I haven't seen it, I know the Mary set wasn't as good as the fantastic Black Hawk Down special edition. At least Entertainment Weekly named Looney Tunes the top of the year.
     

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