Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by bleachershane, Aug 22, 2015.
great cinematography...excellent film.
I also have it on DVD, but I haven't thought about a Bluray...yes, it would be nice.
It's available from the Warner Archive:
Michael Collins (BD)(MOD) | »
appreciate it...thanks but no thanks...I don't do WA MOD...
Their Blurays are pressed, not BD-Rs. I'd wait for a sale though.
O' OK, thanks...that's good to know...yes, a sale would work!
These Two! I know they are not well received by critics, but I sure enjoy watching them.
1974 - Thunderbolt and Lightfoot
1978 - Telefon
1975 - Hard Times
1974 - The Parallax View
1973 - Charley Varrick
1971 - Carnal Knowledge
1971 - Klute
1972 - The Mechanic
1973 - The Seven-Ups
1975 - The Drowning Pool
1975 - Rollerball
1978 - Straight Time
1983 - The Dead Zone
1987 - Barfly
1995 - Dead Presidents
And of course, the untampered, non CGI added versions of the first 3 Star Wars movies on blu-ray.
Thunderbolt and Lightfoot (reissue)
Hard Times was issued in June 2013 by Twilight Times as well but the 3000 limited edition is sold out
The Dead Zone (confirmed region-free)
There are also non-American BD releases of Charley Varrick, The Seven-Ups and Barfly but those are region B locked.
Thanks. I'm waiting for USA mainstream releases I can afford. I was aware that some were available, by either limited release or a different region code.
Bad Day at Blackrock
The Grey Fox (Canadian) - Award winner in Canada, but not in any form here. The Grey Fox (1982) - IMDb »
Young Guns 2
Young Sherlock Holmes
12 Steps of Maki
The Learning Curve-not even an anamorphic DVD.
we can't even get an anamorphic DVD of TRUE LIES!
who cares about a critics? geez, if you love 'em just ignore those negative bashes.
Gotta find out for myself...
I've got one.
from where? come on tell me!
From Japan. It is anamorphic in Europe as well but I'm no fan of PAL speedup so went with the Japanese one instead.
[Click the image for the Amazon link]
Really can't believe with all the movies I thought would take far longer to hit Blu-ray (like Gregory's Girl from Scotland for example) that "The Fan" (DeNiro/Snipes) and "The Beach" (DiCaprio) would be out by now.
Just rewatched Kurosawa's 'Lower Depths' on DVD last night. Way overdue for a BluRay release, methinks.
thanks...what region is this?
Put me down for:
Bad Day At Black Rock
The Long Gray Line
The Alamo (Extended Roadshow Cut)
Oh well...hopefully someday.
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