Doug,$12 cheaper at Target.
I went ahead and pre-ordered from Target. Even if it does come down I doubt it will decrease by much, and I wanted to lock in that deal. I'm perfectly willing to pay $45 for this set. That's a reasonable price IMO.Doug,
Thanks for the "heads up" on that. I thought the box-o-junk was the only option available. I added the second option to the preorder links on the original post (though yours is just above this post).
I am actually thinking of going with Target if that is the cheapest price and Amazon won't come down to that price.
I ordered from Target, too. I had a few "red circle" dollars that were going to expire to apply to the order, bringing the cost down to about $40. I'm not a huge fan of the sequels, but based on their track record who knows if/when Universal would ever release these separately on disc -- or even get the transfers out in 4K to the streaming services. I wouldn't bite on the Jurassic Park set, but I think all the JP sequels are downright awful and have no desire to see any of them ever again. I will watch the BTTF sequels, even though they pale in comparison to the first film.I went ahead and pre-ordered from Target. Even if it does come down I doubt it will decrease by much, and I wanted to lock in that deal. I'm perfectly willing to pay $45 for this set. That's a reasonable price IMO.
Man while that was a little biting in its criticism of where we were in 2015, now in 2020 it takes on a new...heaviness.The only thing I was they'd included was that brilliant sketch they did in 2015 on the Jimmy Kimmel Show....
Agreed. BTTF has two of my favorite parts in any movie: The first is Marty playing guitar at the dance. Johnny B. Goode rightfully gets the recognition but I think Earth Angel is just as good. Marty standing up as the score swells along with the song and the pay off for George and Lorraine's story is wonderful. The climax where Doc reconnects the wire on the clock tower to get Marty back home is a moment that makes me want to cheer. Not to make it bigger than it actually is but the look of determination on Doc's face as he decides to slide down the wire is the most effective example of friendship that I can think of in a movie.I never tire of watching these, and even though I know them very well, I never fail to get emotionally invested every single time. I love that.