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|11-28-2012, 10:39 PM||#41|
Toy Story x3 (x1 free)
300 x2 (free)
American Pie x2
The Bank Job x2
Beauty and the Beast x2
Casino Royale x2
Chronicles of Narnia x2
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button x2
The Dark Knight x2
The Day After Tomorrow x2
Death Race x2
Fantasia Anthology x2
Fight Club x2
Finding Nemo x2
GI Joe x2
The Golden Compass x2
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone x2
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets x2
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban x2
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire x2
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix x2
Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince x2
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows 1 x2
Home Alone x2
The Incredibles x2
I, Robot x2
The Karate Kid x2
King Kong x2
Iron Man x2
The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring x2
The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers x2
The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King x2
Lucky Number Slevin x2
Meet the Robinsons x2 (free)
The Other Guys x2
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest x2
Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End x2
Sherlock Holmes x2
Speed Racer x2
Tangled x2 (free)
Taxi Driver x2
Toy Story 2 x2
Transformers 2 x2
Wall-E x2 (free)
Wishlist Over the Hedge (Dreamworks), Lemony Snicket's (Paramount), Order of the Phoenix Extended Edition (Warner Brothers)
|11-28-2012, 10:45 PM||#42|
Widescreen VHS (in a cropped 1.66:1 AR which lost picture off the sides)
Spec Ed DVD
Predator (Commodore 64 game on cassette tape)
Score CD (Varese Sarabande)
Score CD (Intrada)
Widescreen VHS (in a bizarre 2.05:1 AR)
Spec Ed DVD
DVD Box set of 1-3
Blu-ray Box set of 1-4
Score CD (Varese Sarabande)
Score CD (La-La Land Records)
PC video game from 2002
PlayStation ID: gator_macready
"No! No, no, no, no, no...well yes."
|11-28-2012, 10:49 PM||#43|
Home Alone -vhs -dvd-blu-ray
Boys N da Hood -vhs-dvd
Forrest Gump -vhs-dvd-blu-ray
Pirates:curse of the black pearl -dvd-blu-ray
Terminator 2 -dvd x2-blu-ray
Training Day -dvd-blu-ray
Vizio 32" -VO320E
PS3 Slim 120gb
|11-29-2012, 12:16 AM||#45|
Bonnie and Clyde
Saturday Night Fever
I'm pretty sure that's accurate.
I'm the one you should be listening to! Do you think dropping an anchor in the middle of a storm makes any sense whatsoever? -Charles McCullough
I just clicked Show Post so I could see what Troll-istc, inane thing you had to say. You're on my female cleansing product list. -Spottedfeather
A good article: http://old.bfi.org.uk/sightandsound/feature/102
Last edited by Kevin Holly; 11-29-2012 at 01:12 PM.
|11-29-2012, 12:34 AM||#46|
For me, number one goes to The Matrix movies, 5 times:
Remastered DVD special edition set w/Neo bust
blu ray Ultimate set
Next up is probably the Alien films, 3 times:
DVD original set
DVD super 9 disc set
blu ray set
And then there's nearly my entire old DVD collection sold off piecemeal as I upgraded to either HD DVD or blu ray. I still have my HD DVDs and I generally don't change them to blu. The Matrix was the exception because the set had the Animatrix in HD.
|11-29-2012, 12:38 AM||#47|
Apocalypse Now - VHS, LaserDisc, DVD, DVD Dossier Edition, Blu-ray
Terminator 2 - VHS, Laserdisc, DVD, DVD Extreme Edition, Blu-ray
Star Wars trilogy - VHS, Laserdisc, Laserdisc Remasters, DVD, Blu-Ray
James Bond series - VHS, Laserdisc, DVD, DVD Ultimate Editions, Blu-Ray Bond 50 set
|11-29-2012, 12:43 AM||#48|
Gotta be the Original Star Wars Trilogy. Let's see...
3. VHS (Special Letterbox Collector's Edition Boxset)
4. Laserdisc (The Definitive Collection Boxset)
5. Laserdisc (Special Edition Boxset)
6. DVD (4-Disc Set w/ Bonus Materials Disc)
7. DVD (Best Buy Tin w/ Original Theatrical Editions)
8. Blu-ray (The Complete Saga Boxset)
Bat-Mite: "Batman's rich history allows him to be interpreted in a multitude of ways. To be sure, this is a lighter incarnation, but is certainly no less valid and true to the character's roots then the tortured avenger, crying out for mommy and daddy."
Batman: The Brave & The Bold - Legend of the Dark Mite.
|11-29-2012, 12:57 AM||#49|
I am going to just list movies that I own on more than 2 formats.
- Fantastic Four (Blu-ray/DVD/PSP UMD)
- Ghost Rider (Blu-ray/DVD/PSP UMD)
- Terminator 2 Judgment Day (Blu-ray/DVD/PSP UMD)
- The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (Blu-ray/DVD/PSP UMD)
- Ultraviolet (Blu-ray/DVD/PSP UMD)
- Underworld (Blu-ray/DVD/PSP UMD)
- Underworld Evolution (Blu-ray/DVD/PSP UMD)
I notice that no one else mentions the PSP UMD as a movie format.
I still collect UMD's from time to time.
Here is wisdom.
Let him that hath understanding
count the number of the beast:
for it is the number of a man;
and his number is 666.
chapter 13 verse 18
Last edited by VictoryAtNight; 11-29-2012 at 01:38 AM. Reason: added underworld evolution!
|11-29-2012, 01:16 AM||#50|
The Star Wars Trilogy;
VHS; Unaltered, Special edition
DVD; SE Boxset, Individuals w/ unaltered editions
That's five times. And I can see two more coming; 3D and 4K.
I have three copies of Avatar. First release, extended edition and 3D.
I've bought The Phantom Menace and Starship Troopers on VHS, DVD and Blu as well. I never owned any of the rarer formats.
|11-29-2012, 04:55 AM||#51|
There aren't very many I had on VHS/DVD/Blu-ray, but these are them. Yet there's tons I've owned on both DVD/Blu-ray, so I'll just mention the ones that I owned on all three.
1) Star Wars I, IV, V, VI.
2) Dawn of the Dead
3) Day of the Dead
If we count multiple editions for each, that's a different story.
1) Night of the Living Dead (6)- VHS, Dimension DVD, a crappy DVD, 30th Anniversary DVD, Colorized DVD, Elite DVD.
2) Dawn of the Dead (5)- VHS, Anchor Bay Theatrical Cut DVD, Ultimate Edition DVD, Anchor Bay Theatrical Cut Blu-ray, Arrow Video Blu-ray set.
3) Day of the Dead (5)- VHS, Original Anchor Bay DVD, Divimax DVD, Anchor Bay Blu-ray, Arrow Video Blu-ray.
4) Star Wars Original Trilogy (4)- VHS Special Edition Trilogy, Star Wars DVD trilogy, Limited Edition DVD trilogy, and Blu-rays.
Then a bunch I've had three copies of over the years, I won't list the editions, but have owned Halloween, T2, Friday the 13th, Nightmare on Elm St., and probably a few more all at least three times, not necessarily on three formats though.
|11-29-2012, 05:00 AM||#52|
Couple that come to mind:
Total Recall. (1) VHS (2) LaserDisc (3) DVD (4) DVD (special edition in tin case) (5) HD DVD import (6) TMBE blu
T2. (1) VHS (2) LaserDisc (3) LaserDisc box set (4) Ultimate DVD (5) Extreme DVD (6) Skynet blu
Last edited by meremortal; 11-29-2012 at 05:24 AM.
|11-29-2012, 05:32 AM||#55|
How to spend a lot of money.
Let's see, Blade Runner with a VHS recording, then a bought VHS , then Criterion CLV laserdisc, then Criterion CAV laserdisc, then Directors Cut laserdisc, then DVD, then HD DVD and finally the first edition of the bluray. That's 8 total but I'm going to eventually get the digibook and a forgein steelbook. The original Star Wars trilogy I had 3 different versions of on VHS, then I had the laserdiscs with 4 different editions and box sets. Then on DVD twice and now blu. So that's 10. And I would buy those again in 3D.
|11-29-2012, 01:09 PM||#56|
I haven't been collecting that long (only a few months to be exact when I started collecting blu-rays)...
but here goes...
Inception (DVD, Standard Blu-Ray, Blu-Ray Steelbook)
Batman Begins (DVD, Standard Blu-Ray, Blu-Ray Steelbook)
The Dark Knight (DVD, Standard Blu-Ray, Blu-Ray Steelbook)
The Departed (Single Disc DVD, Two Disc DVD, Standard Blu-Ray, Blu-Ray Steelbook)
I guess if you add the VHS I had as a kid I could add Toy Story (I've had the first two on VHS, DVD, and Blu-Ray).. Indiana Jones (had the first 3 on VHS, DVD, and Blu-Ray), and Star Wars (had the original trilogy on VHS, DVD, and Blu-Ray)....