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Old 07-24-2015, 09:04 AM   #821
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Problem is both are honestly too old to play the part, in the original Mathilda May was only 19 when filming began, Green is 35 now, and Hathaway is 33.
35 is kinda the new 25, I'm sure they would be fine. There is no way in hell there would be anywhere near as much nudity anyway, even from someone as uninhibited as Green.
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Old 07-24-2015, 05:56 PM   #822
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Eva Green already did for most of Sin City 2.
For a modern day remake only Eva Green seems like the only one these days who's has the courage to walk around completely naked. But i can't think of any actress right now who has a body as incredible as Mathilda May in her prime.
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For a modern day remake only Eva Green seems like the only one these days who's has the courage to walk around completely naked. But i can't think of any actress right now who has a body as incredible as Mathilda May in her prime.
Alexandra Daddario. Keyboard drop.
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Old 07-24-2015, 08:09 PM   #824
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Without me digging through the thread, can someone please update me quickly on what the difference between collectors edition and standard are for this release? Thanks!
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Without me digging through the thread, can someone please update me quickly on what the difference between collectors edition and standard are for this release? Thanks!
The slipcover I think.
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Old 07-24-2015, 08:30 PM   #826
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Without me digging through the thread, can someone please update me quickly on what the difference between collectors edition and standard are for this release? Thanks!
One of the documentaries was taken off of the disc.
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Old 07-24-2015, 08:33 PM   #827
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One of the documentaries was taken off of the disc.
Yes, a vintage one that promoted the movie.

Arrow's UK disc has a real feature-length documentary on the making of the movie that isn't on either Shout disc. Still debating whether I care enough to buy it again.
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Old 07-24-2015, 08:36 PM   #828
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I don't really care about extras. Don't even have time to watch half the movies I buy these days. Regular edition it is! Thanks for the quick replies
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Old 07-24-2015, 10:30 PM   #829
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Alexandra Daddario. Keyboard drop.
While she's lovely, i think when she's completely naked she'd have a couple of rolls of fat, Mathilda May was flawless without being too skinny, almost an impossible balance to strike unless you're genetically made that way
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While she's lovely, i think when she's completely naked she'd have a couple of rolls of fat, Mathilda May was flawless without being too skinny, almost an impossible balance to strike unless you're genetically made that way
You obviously didn't see True Detective.
For some reason, I hate cheese.
Please read the OP of the thread before posting.
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You obviously didn't see True Detective.
Exactly.

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RIP Sir Percy Heseltine, aka Aubrey Morris:

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We shall ne'er see his like again...
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Old 07-27-2015, 06:13 PM   #833
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Somebody here from the UK who owns the Combo and would sell the DVD?

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As the Scream Factory edition has sold out and is getting collector prices, the Arrow edition is very affordable, $18 shipped to the US from Amazon UK, not much more than the regular US edition.
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Old 02-13-2016, 08:00 PM   #835
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As the Scream Factory edition has sold out and is getting collector prices, the Arrow edition is very affordable, $18 shipped to the US from Amazon UK, not much more than the regular US edition.
There is a Scream re-release for normal prices. Only the initial printing is gone, which had a vintage making-of not on the re-release. The Arrow is by far the best version either way though, assuming you're region-free.
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Old 02-13-2016, 08:13 PM   #836
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There is a Scream re-release for normal prices. Only the initial printing is gone, which had a vintage making-of not on the re-release. The Arrow is by far the best version either way though, assuming you're region-free.
I second the Arrow version. Transfer and encoding are far superior to Shout's (as usual), extras are superior. Well worth it for a Lifeforce fan
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Old 03-26-2016, 04:14 AM   #837
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I second the Arrow version. Transfer and encoding are far superior to Shout's (as usual), extras are superior. Well worth it for a Lifeforce fan
Thanks! That's exactly the question I wanted answered. Arrow it is.
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