It's a single-disc, barebones (not even a trailer) catalogue title from 2001... yet it's retailing at most online shops for $23 US; why? I was going to purchase the dvd this evening, expecting it to be found for much less, and was shocked when I picked it off the shelf just two hours ago at a $29 retail listing. This is a barebones, single disc DVD from one of Columbia's early wave of releases. Is there any particular reason that this item is so overpriced? I bought the 35th Anniversary Edition set of "Easy Rider" with bonus cd soundtrack and 80-page collector's booklet for cheaper than this barebones Columbia Tristar disc from 2001... Is there any reason why this title is so expensive in context to other relative titles?