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Discussion in 'Blu-ray and UHD' started by Ronald Epstein, Dec 17, 2008.
The best man! The better man! [Wedding Singer]
Looking forward to that one. Hopefully they'll address (if they can) the crackling that you can hear during some musical parts of the film. Or perhaps those parts were recorded "too hot" and nothing can be done. Who knows.
Excellent news!! I'm in for:
- Point of no Return
- Tango & Cash (!!!)
- Above the Law
Oh CRAP! What a disappointing assortment of bargain bin titles.
American History X is the only one of these I'll ever have the desire to see again, but I don't need to own it.
I'm 0 for 10 with this selection.
I was really hoping The Maltese Falcon would be listed. Come on Warners, I've got my cash in hand, ready to buy.
it is good to see them advertising "more great hi-def blu-ray releases coming soon" because there certainly aren't any pictured there
You and me both. How about a few more of those HD DVD titles on Blu? Id take Excalibur, or Forbidden Planet.
But i dont see one title from this list id even want in a BOGO deal!
Maybe these will be $10 titles or something. It did say more affordable then ever.
'2010' for me if they do a good job with it. Otherwise, meh.
2010 is looking to return to my library.
Crossing my fingers Outland and Altered States are not too far behind...
Now your talkin!
I'll grab The Wedding Singer. And I may get American History X and 2010.
Nothing there for me.
But you know, it's actually a good sign that they're starting to dip into more 'ordinary' territory along with more sure-fire "big" titles. You've got to start somewhere.
I couldn't have said it any better. Bleh.
Has WB produced any new features for its catalog titles? I think I already know the answer (which would be "no") but a Peter Hyams commentary and/or interview would be nice for 2010. Doesn't the DVD have a vintage EPK piece?
(Personally, I'm waiting for Executive Decision... guilty pleasure.)
I'll probably buy 2010 and The Wedding Singer......the other titles I really don't have much interest in as most are good enough on the DVDs I already have. I do appreciate that Warner is digging into their catalogue titles though. Keep 'em coming.
Care to elaborate about "too hot" scenes and crackling? I didn't know about these issues.
Warner Bros. will release 10 new Blu-ray discs on April 7th2009.
Steven Seagal: Above the Law
Stallone/Kurt Russell: [email protected]
Schwarzenegger: Collateral Damage
The other seven Warner titles are uninteresting for me
Already being discussed in this thread.
I´ve forgot to tell you the source.
It´s: Blu-ray.com - Blu-ray Movies, Players, Recorders, Media and Software
Oh sorry, I didn´t see it!