What's your favorite DVD?

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  1. Mike_Ped

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    Just wondering...out of all your DVD's, which ONE do you charish the most?
    Mine: Fight Club...great movie, great DVD
    (For some of you I know this going to be tough choosing one from hundreds, but try)
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  2. Eric Scott

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  3. Keith_R

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    I can't decide between Fight Club and Terminator 2. Both are two of my favorite movies and both are loaded with extras.
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    Rushmore CC
     
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    magnolia
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  8. Steve Christou

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    Showg.. no I've always loved 'The Matrix' dvd, the docs are great and I always activate the 'follow the white rabbit' function, I can't resist clicking on the rabbit when it pops up, to the annoyance of people watching the film with me, "don't spoil the film" they tell me, but I just have to, they grab the remote, and I'm getting agitated "look the white rabbit has appeared, let me click on it before it goes pleeese!", and I start to sweat, and get all grumpy when it's gone, than I wait excitedly for its next appearance "oh look its back give me the remote quick!", ignoring the film in the process, sad really. [​IMG]
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    ps. Fight Club and T2 are also great dvds.
     
  9. JustinT

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    My best dvd (in terms of sound and video quality) is probably Se7en, Fight Club, or T2. However, my favorite dvd is the one that I watch the most, South Park: BLU.
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  10. Alex Spindler

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    In terms of loving both the DVD and the movie, I think the Criterion Rushmore takes the cake.
    Overall DVD presentation and content, Fight Club has to be tops. So many commentaries, so little time.
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    I would say for the time being it is the Toy Story UTB.
    With Shrek and Episode 1 coming soon, that will change.
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  12. Jack Briggs

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    Well, mine would be pretty predictable:
    1) the new anamorphic 2001: A Space Odyssey
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    2) Zardoz.
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  13. Brad_W

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    My prized DVD possession is most definately:
    Army of Darkness: Limited Edition
    But, as far as my fave dvd due to audio or extras:
    Hellraiser 1& 2 Limited Edition tin
    and my fave dvd DTS logo thing is on:
    Dances with Wolves DTS... Nothing beats the classic with the cd and what not. This is the one I force people to watch/listen. I even force my wife's friends to watch/listen to it, though they could care less seeing the annoyed expression on their face as I hold them down fumbling with the remote.
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  14. JohanK

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    T2:UE for me. Other top choices for me would be Dark City, Se7en, Matrix, Fight Club and Unbreakable.
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    Rocky and Rear Window... so far.
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    Gotta go with T2:UE! Great movie, great sound, great menus, great picture (though there are better). Probably the overall best package I have.
     
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    I'm thinking Contact on this one. For me it has the most rewatchability.
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    Stephen Lambert says that the best DVD is Power Rangers Turbo!! [​IMG] It sure gets replayed a lot around here!
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  20. DaveJJ

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    Jurassic Park with DTS sound is one of my all time farvorite
    DVD. T2 and Independence Day, Saving Private Ryan, Die Hard finish the list.
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