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Old 03-20-2014, 02:53 PM   #461
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King Kong really does look out of place on the cover here amongst these other movies

I'll be importing this to the UK when the price is right. I never bought the King Kong digibook, Jack & Cloverfield are a lot of fun & 10,000BC has its moments, like the giant birds in the forest & the Mammoth hunt, if it was from the fifties it would be very popular, & it's a lot better than Hammer's One Million Years BC.

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& 100,000BC has its moments,.
That must be the prequel
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That must be the prequel
Ha, only 90,000 out!
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Old 03-20-2014, 03:26 PM   #464
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I'll be importing this to the UK when the price is right. I never bought the King Kong digibook, Jack & Cloverfield are a lot of fun & 10,000BC has its moments, like the giant birds in the forest & the Mammoth hunt, if it was from the fifties it would be very popular, & it's a lot better than Hammer's One Million Years BC.
I want what you're smoking! It can't be better, it doesn't have an in her prime Raquel Welch, or pterodactyls!
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Old 03-20-2014, 03:28 PM   #465
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i want what you're smoking! It can't be better, it doesn't have an in her prime raquel welch, or pterodactyls!:d
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Old 03-20-2014, 03:46 PM   #466
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Honestly, out of the Tim Burton collection I think Corpse Bride is the one out of place. They have tried to repackage that damn movie nobody wants so many times it isn't even funny. Was it cute to watch once ten years ago? Sure, but I have never met another living soul who would actively want to own it. It would be better served in a Nightmare Before X-Mas/ Frankenweenie collection for the true Burton-phile, if such a thing even exists.
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Old 03-20-2014, 05:01 PM   #467
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I think Corpse Bride is better than at least half of his live action movies :/
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The 4 Film Monster Collection should've been with King Kong (1933), Son of Kong, Mighty Joe Young (1949), & King Kong (1976).

4 Film Tarzan Volume 1 set should be the first four Johnny Weissmueller Tarzan films. Hoping WB has one for Errol Flynn, Robert Montgomery & John Garfield.
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Honestly, out of the Tim Burton collection I think Corpse Bride is the one out of place. They have tried to repackage that damn movie nobody wants so many times it isn't even funny. Was it cute to watch once ten years ago? Sure, but I have never met another living soul who would actively want to own it. It would be better served in a Nightmare Before X-Mas/ Frankenweenie collection for the true Burton-phile, if such a thing even exists.
I bought the Beetlejuice / Charlie and the Chocolate Factory / Corpse Bride triple feature from Wal-Mart for $9.96 not that long ago. Beetlejuice is worth the $10 and the other two are decent, but nothing extraordinary.
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The 4 Film Monster Collection should've been with King Kong (1933), Son of Kong, Mighty Joe Young (1949), & King Kong (1976).

4 Film Tarzan Volume 1 set should be the first four Johnny Weissmueller Tarzan films. Hoping WB has one for Errol Flynn, Robert Montgomery & John Garfield.
They don't seem to put any first time releases in these sets. There's tons of Warner box sets I'd love:

Johnny Weissmueller Tarzan
Errol Flynn
Busby Berkeley
War Movies - a few volumes here.
The Marx Brothers
Fifties Epics
Swashbucklers
Westerns

I'm not holding my breath for any of that lot. And er...sorry for the list, I know it's in the wrong part of the forum, but it does get frustrating waiting for these movies!

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Old 03-23-2014, 05:59 PM   #471
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Picked up the Batman one for $12.96 today at Wal-Mart. (the display box said $12.88 but I was at the self check out and it was busy and I wasn't going to find someone to fight over $.08) Now that I've done this the 25th Anniversary Batman Blu-Ray (or set) is sure to be announced within the next few days or week because that always happens to me. So anyone waiting on that, you're welcome.
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Old 03-23-2014, 10:50 PM   #472
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Yeah, I picked the Lethal Weapon set for $12.96. The picture on LW1 isn't too bad...its watchable. I'll get the box set for my brother and borrow it eventually.
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Old 03-26-2014, 10:10 PM   #473
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hi,

dont suppose anyone has any idea if this repackaged 4 film set is region free for watching in uk?

4 Film Favorites-Guy Comedies [Blu-ray] (2014)

http://www.blu-ray.com/movies/4-Film...Blu-ray/78312/

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Old 03-26-2014, 10:30 PM   #474
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hi,

dont suppose anyone has any idea if this repackaged 4 film set is region free for watching in uk?

4 Film Favorites-Guy Comedies [Blu-ray] (2014)

http://www.blu-ray.com/movies/4-Film...Blu-ray/78312/

amazon

thanks.
Harold and Kumar, and H&K Escape from Guantanamo Bay appear to be region A locked. The other two are region free.
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