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Discussion in 'DVD' started by Matt Harrison, Feb 16, 2004.
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I'll be there when the price drops.
Columbia definitely has their heads up their asses.
Why don't they just go and release full frame while they're at it.
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Just kidding Matt, hey at least they are OAR and 16:9 enhanced.
It ok. I reckon we should be able to find the DVD cheaper than that and as long as it is widescreen.
Hey what can I say, Im a sucker for childhood favourites.
When they hit $9.99, I think I'll pick them up.
Wow, these are widescreen ONLY, no pan n scan versions? Strange- maybe I'll buy them just to encourage them.
I have a copy of the original rental VHS of Vice Versa, which opens with a promo for NBC TV shows since RCA handled Columbia's video division at the time. This got a lot of complaints from stores and some tapes were replaced with ones without the promos.
gotta be a typo, columbia and WS? yeah right, I'll be picking up Like Father, Like Son
I'll pick up Vice Versa when the price comes down.
Is Vice Versa the one with Judge Reinhold and Fred Savage? (I think it is but my memory is hazy as hell on this one).
Yes it is, Romier.
I like both of those, but my memory is better for Like Father, Like Son (maybe because I watched it on TV a year or so ago). If I can get them both for $20 or less some time I will.
Columbia and WS: Well, I was shuddering today when I saw one of my fellow DJ's gave away a Fullscreen copy of "About Last Night" from Columbia. Between that dangerous trend of FS re-issues and their crappy job of TV on DVD they're seriously falling to the Dark Side.