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Old 12-13-2013, 02:00 AM   #381
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I miss Wonderland, Haven't saw it in quite some time. I need to get it on Blu-ray one of these days. I was never a fan of the cover art though and much prefer the first DVD release art.
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I wonder if Warner has thought about a Blu-Ray triple feature, now that they're putting out Paramount's catalog, of Boogie Nights, magnolia, and There Will Be Blood.
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ArcLight Presents is screening this in 35mm in The Valley next month!

I MUST GO! My GF is less enthusiastic, but I never saw this in theaters (I was 8) and it's one of my favorites.
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Old 03-17-2014, 03:08 AM   #384
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Greatest movie of all time. My favorite film!
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Old 03-17-2014, 04:15 AM   #385
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ArcLight Presents is screening this in 35mm in The Valley next month!

I MUST GO! My GF is less enthusiastic, but I never saw this in theaters (I was 8) and it's one of my favorites.
Lol, I remember seeing this one in the theater

That pictures is awesome
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Old 03-17-2014, 04:27 AM   #386
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ArcLight Presents is screening this in 35mm in The Valley next month!

I MUST GO! My GF is less enthusiastic, but I never saw this in theaters (I was 8) and it's one of my favorites.
Haha I live in the San Pornando Valley (Northridge). I need to look into this screening.
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Will this ever be $5 again?
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It will also be playing in 35mm here in Seattle at the SIFF Film Center on Wednesday.
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Old 06-30-2014, 06:07 PM   #389
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The closest Ive been able to watch it on a big screen is my projector but if it were to be re-released in theaters you bet I'd be there, in a heart beat.
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They did a screening a few months ago at the Castro in San Francisco in honor of Philip Seymour Hoffman. Didn't make it but caught their Magnolia screening.

The ArcLight screening from many months ago was a complete disaster. The projectionist did not know how to screen a 35mm movie. He discovered this at showtime. The audience all left in anger and we were given free movie passes. It was such a disappointment. ArcLight Hollywood is the only ArcLight I trust. Pasadena and Sherman Oaks have let me down many times.

So seeing a loud, huge 35mm print of Boogie Nights in a theater is still on my bucket list.
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They did a screening a few months ago at the Castro in San Francisco in honor of Philip Seymour Hoffman. Didn't make it but caught their Magnolia screening.

The ArcLight screening from many months ago was a complete disaster. The projectionist did not know how to screen a 35mm movie. He discovered this at showtime. The audience all left in anger and we were given free movie passes. It was such a disappointment. ArcLight Hollywood is the only ArcLight I trust. Pasadena and Sherman Oaks have let me down many times.

So seeing a loud, huge 35mm print of Boogie Nights in a theater is still on my bucket list.
Wow, what a disappointment. You would think they would have had something who knew what they were doing.

I watched the Blu-ray on my front projection set-up not too long back and it holds up pretty well at 108" wide. One of my favorite movies.
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I love this movie! Wonderland was pretty good too.
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