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Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by TreyP, Feb 18, 2002.
What do these 2 terms mean?
OOP means that a product is "Out of Production" and that units are no longer being made or sold in retail stores (or any existing stock will not be replaced).
Criterion is actually a company that purchases the rights to certain movies for the purpose of creating a well done collector's edition. I believe they got their start during the days of Laser Disk creating Special Editions for a select slice of the market (usually those with higher end systems or higher end tastes in movie presentations, i.e, people like us at HTF). They usually stick to movies with a real niche market, though they have done some bigger titles to help bring in some cash (i.e., The Rock, Armageddon).
what about "bump", what does that mean??
Bump - to physically bring the thread to the top of the main topic listing(i.e. Software For Sale/Trade).
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