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Old 12-09-2012, 03:10 AM   #41
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Originally Posted by Chattery View Post
I literally cannot wait for the day all four Bad News Bears films come out on Blu-Ray as well as the series, I would devour them in one sitting. In fact, I might write to Paramount/Warner about them releasing these on Blu...I would order in a heartbeat.
I think the first Bad New Bears eventually makes it out on Blu-ray, the sequels have literally no shot at seeing an HD release.
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Old 12-09-2012, 03:38 AM   #42
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Originally Posted by Clark Kent View Post
I think the first Bad New Bears eventually makes it out on Blu-ray, the sequels have literally no shot at seeing an HD release.
The first sequel is my favourite Breaking Training

If Birdemic can get a Blu-Ray release the Bad News Bears bloody better
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Old 12-10-2012, 05:27 AM   #43
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And to that I respond with this. The whole "look what they did later on" doesn't wash because that is frankly irrelevant to what occurred in 1996. Case in point, Dale Earnhardt finished 8th in the 1985 Winston Cup standings. Then from 1986-1994, he won 6 championships. Does that mean Earnhardt was the best driver in 1985 simply because he won 6 titles in the following 9 years? He had the same team, same crew(save for a crew chief change in 1993, equivalent to a manager change in baseball) but does that mean he was the best driver in 1985? No it doesn't and likewise it doesn't prove that the Yankees were the better team simply because they won the World Series.
It's totally relevent. The Yankees showed a consistency proving that '96 wasn't some fluke. But my point was that you can't claim that the Braves were the better team considering how consistent the Yankees were and that in '96 there was no interleague play during regular season.
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Old 12-10-2012, 05:35 AM   #44
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Another Kevin Costner baseball film: For Love of the Game is pretty decent. The movie is not released on blu-ray yet, but it's been released on HD-DVD.

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