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Old 04-06-2012, 10:19 PM   #41
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Thanks for the heads up on the 5.97 pricing...

I'll amazon Prime it, hope it's here by mid next week
BluRays on Pre-order: Elektra Director's Cut Steelbook / Failling Skies S04 / Gotham Season 1 / Camp X-Ray / Vikings Season 3 /
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Old 04-07-2012, 06:52 PM   #42
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Is this worth a blind-buy?

I love Kate Winslet...?
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Old 04-08-2012, 09:02 PM   #43
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Is this worth a blind-buy?

I love Kate Winslet...?
Yes - and not just if you love Kate. It's a wildly fantastical but still very heartfelt film that seems to strike a chord in many who see it.

I remember the US Collector's Edition DVD came with a booklet that contained, amongst other things, a double page of quotes from regular people who had seen the movie and how it had moved or affected them - that probably makes it sound a little pretentious, but it's really not. Give it a go!
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Old 04-09-2012, 03:21 PM   #44
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Just finished watching a DVD-rip that I downloaded.

Wow. It's a wonderful film. I can see why it received so much acclaim.

Just ordered the Blu-Ray from Amazon. For 5.67 with my student discount.

Disappointed to see it was going to be dispatched by Indigo Starfish though!
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Old 04-09-2012, 03:24 PM   #45
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It gets better evety time you watch it
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Has anybody had this problem with the UK version?

Towards the end of the film while the credits are playing it goes wrong around 1:47:00. I've had two copies of the film from different sellers now and was wondering if it's supposed to be like that or there is a bad batch on sale. Thanks in advance.
Yeah, same with me. I was rewatching the movie and there were some glitches in the ending credits (01:47:01-01:47:03). At first I thought that it kind of fits the theme of the movie but it's probably a problem with the disc (I found the whole film online and checked). Does anyone else have these glitches (I understand that only the minority watches the credits, so maybe no one except huggybear1976 noticed them)? The surface of the disc looks fine.
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Yeah, same with me. I was rewatching the movie and there were some glitches in the ending credits (01:47:01-01:47:03). At first I thought that it kind of fits the theme of the movie but it's probably a problem with the disc (I found the whole film online and checked). Does anyone else have these glitches (I understand that only the minority watches the credits, so maybe no one except huggybear1976 noticed them)? The surface of the disc looks fine.
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I just rewatched this - and EXACTLY the same glitchy issue happens on my UK blu-ray.
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That's bad. Likely an encoding error. Does not occur on the Japanese blu-ray.
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