Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by Ken_McAlinden, Dec 8, 2014.
what's the movie called?
Stephen King's The Stand
The Cotton Club Encore
The Train (1964)
Victor/Victoria (1982): One could be lead to think this comedy about Julie Andrews pretending to be a polish count who pretends being a woman in his cabaret show would turn out to be rather cheesy and very offensive to cross-dressers and homosexuals almost 40 years later. But the film is a very nuanced, poignant movie that asks the right questions on topics highly relevant today, e.g. gender identity and the stereotypical expectations society has of "women" and "men". Throw in some amazing musical numbers and the late great Robert Preston as the co-star (also accompanied by James Garner) and you get a hysterically funny, yet also reflective and very important movie. Fantastic.
how does the Stand look on BD if you own it?
I love this movie! is it on BD?
It is not.
too bad...thanks. Is the DVD widescreen or FF?
The DVD is not widescreen because the movie isn't.
1951 so it could have been...
These never get old.
Had a double feature.
Up later tonight:
and then onto Ash Vs Evil Dead TV series for the umpteenth time.
Yeah, I've got to watch Army of Darkness this month.
what is the absolute best looking version of the directors cut -Army Of Darkness on DVD and Blu-ray?
The Shout Factory bluray.
This is the correct answer. This comes with all three cuts and some great extras.
thanks...I own an import of the DVD that has superior picture quality in the bonus footage of the DC...have you seen that one? if so is the Shout BD as good? they are not my favorite company to begin with...
can you please provide the UPC code on the back...
caught this on Netflix...it was OK..
I have not seen that one, but there is almost not way it could look better than the Shout Factory Bluray which is a 4K scan.
thanks...can you post a pic of the back cover?
Why do you need the UPC?
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