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25th Hour dvd question

Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by FredCamp, May 21, 2003.

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  1. FredCamp

    FredCamp Forum Resident Thread Starter

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    Virginia
    I really enjoyed this film and I think the dvd has one of the better 5.1 mixes I've heard lately. Not too overwhelming, but just the right touches.

    Anyway, my question is: did this dvd come with a booklet or inner title card? Mine didn't. I'm always suspicious when I open up the case and there's just the dvd looking back at me.
     
  2. James RD

    James RD Forum Resident

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    I don't know about the booklet since I received my copy through Netflix. But I really liked this movie. One of Spike Lee's very best. The score was by one of my favorite jazzmen, Terence Blanchard. :thumbsup:
     
  3. AKA

    AKA 86451103

    Whew! Fred, you took a load off my mind, because mine didn't come with a booklet or an inner-card, either. Just the disc.
     
  4. Tyler

    Tyler Forum Resident

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    I loved the 25th hour but I haven't picked up the DVD yet. I think the booklets are a nice touch. Maybe I've been spoled by stellar DVD's over the years, but booklets are a good thing!
     
  5. Oatsdad

    Oatsdad Oat, Biscuits and Abbie: Best Dogs Ever

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    Disney's stopped putting inserts in their recent releases. Why? Who knows, but they ain't there...
     
  6. FredCamp

    FredCamp Forum Resident Thread Starter

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    Anyone besides me sort of dazzled by the 5.1 mix on this dvd? I especially like the club music mixed to the rear channels as the school teacher moves up the stairs.
     
  7. Tyler

    Tyler Forum Resident

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    Got my copy today, no insert.

    Good old cheap Disney....
     
  8. GregM

    GregM No static at all

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    The Pianist didn't come with an insert card either. I wonder if this is the wave of the future for DVD releases.
     
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