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Old 12-26-2012, 08:13 PM   #1
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Default Jack Reacher (2012)- May 7, 2013



Jack Reacher Blu-ray

Two-Disc Blu-ray/DVD Combo +Digital Copy +UltraViolet

UPC: 032429129161

Studio : Paramount

Release date estimated - Late Apr. 2013

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Old 12-26-2012, 08:49 PM   #2
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I like the artwork.

I'll definitely Day 1 blind buy it.
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Old 12-26-2012, 09:54 PM   #3
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I like the artwork.

I'll definitely Day 1 blind buy it.
Well uh... it's still, you know, playing in theaters at the moment...
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Old 12-26-2012, 09:59 PM   #4
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Day 1 blind buy. My wife and I used to go to the movies all of the time, but got tired of kid noise, rude people, and their bullsh*t.
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Day 1 blind buy. My wife and I used to go to the movies all of the time, but got tired of kid noise, rude people, and their bullsh*t.
I was just about to go see Django Unchained. I forgot about all these things... shit.

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Old 12-26-2012, 10:03 PM   #6
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Day 1 blind buy. My wife and I used to go to the movies all of the time, but got tired of kid noise, rude people, and their bullsh*t.
Matinee is your answer.
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Old 12-26-2012, 10:08 PM   #7
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Well uh... it's still, you know, playing in theaters at the moment...
I know, but I'm not in dire need of seeing it. Sometimes I just don't feel like going to the movies. These movies come out on Blu-ray and DVD a couple months after being at the theater and it's a lot more convenient, in my opinion.

I do want to see Django Unchained, Les Miserables, and Silver Linings Playbook, though.
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Old 12-28-2012, 03:09 AM   #8
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Matinee is your answer.
This. I haven't went to the movie theater at night in over 10 years. I also usually go on like a Monday or Tuesday.
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Its traditional to have a well stuffed turkey at Christmas and this is it. The Reacher books sell very well to women and everyone I asked thought Cruise was the very least suitable actor to play him with Dwayne Johnson being the most popular suggestion. The sheer size and physicality of the man as written is reduced by Cruise to an I'm-really-dangerous-I-am frenzy of frantic mugging and glaring that is truly comical. I've had more threatening desserts. I do not know what the hell Werner Herzog is doing and I suspect neither did he. You might get some fun out of the film if you haven't read the books but otherwise keep away unless you really want to see yet another bland thriller. Another nail in the coffin of the once so-promising Christopher McQuarrie who should not have been allowed to write another film until apologising for The Tourist. And Tom Cruise is starting to look old.
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Killer movie, great throwback to the tough guy actioners of the 70s. As much as I liked M:I 4, I'd rather see more Reacher films than M:I films. Cruise owned the character.
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Killer movie, great throwback to the tough guy actioners of the 70s. As much as I liked M:I 4, I'd rather see more Reacher films than M:I films. Cruise owned the character.
Pretty much this.

The haters can go **** themselves.
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Pre Ordered this along with Flight for free shipping.
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I enjoy pretty much anything Tom Cruise is in. My favorite is The Last Samurai.
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Day 1 blind buy. My wife and I used to go to the movies all of the time, but got tired of kid noise, rude people, and their bullsh*t.
You must live near a shitty theater. I would never let that stuff deter me. I'd just tell them to STFU.
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Day 1 blind buy. My wife and I used to go to the movies all of the time, but got tired of kid noise, rude people, and their bullsh*t.
That is why I go to see new movies a month after release. During that time everybody is pretty much done watching the movie and I am sitting there all by myself.
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Saw this today and really enjoyed it. Good story, pacing was good, and enough action to keep one entertained. Day one purchase here!
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I went to it last week. Loved it. More than I thought I would. My folks read the novels and their resounding cry for months has been 'Tom Cruise is not Jack Reacher', but I pointed out that I don't think they would have appreciated Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson just so the character can match the beefy description. They suggested Jim Caviezel based on 'Person of Interest', but he can't open a film anymore.

Fact is, Cruise did quite well, and I too would rather see more Reacher films, though they shouldn't have titled this film that. For two consecutive Decembers Paramount and Skydance will release 'Jack Reacher' and 'Jack Ryan'. Well done.

The investigation and methods of deduction took on a real Sherlock quality, the opening sniper scene was bloody terrifying and heart stopping. I literally heard gasps and 'Oh my Gods' while people were being hunted through the scope. Some really fun humor, and a superbly directed car chase featuring cinematography I've never seen in one like it before. I can't wait to see this film again, though it will be better for me if I wait a few months for Blu-ray. Absence makes the heart grow fonder, and I tend to remember movies so well, that time helps me forget a bit. The more I like a film, the more wrapped up in it I get, and I can actually forget more than gets re-enjoyed or processed deeper on multiple viewings.
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I saw this on Christmas Eve and really enjoyed it. I liked it quite a bit more than MI:4 and would welcome Cruise playing this character in more films. The car chase in this film was refreshing. It wasn't a shaky cam, all over the place type of chase - which is sorely missed nowadays. I really liked how it played out. To me, this film revived Tom Cruise. I wasn't terribly fond of MI:4 and his other latest film flopped (Knight & Day), but this seemed more him and more back to the way he was in the 90's.
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I hate how cliche and overused this phrase is, but in the case of Jack Reacher, I feel inclined to shout DAY ONE. I saw it today and absolutely loved it. Tom Cruise is such a cool guy, and the juggling of suspense, thriller, and a few scenes of action was fun to witness.
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I went to it last week. Loved it. More than I thought I would. My folks read the novels and their resounding cry for months has been 'Tom Cruise is not Jack Reacher', but I pointed out that I don't think they would have appreciated Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson just so the character can match the beefy description. They suggested Jim Caviezel based on 'Person of Interest', but he can't open a film anymore.

Fact is, Cruise did quite well, and I too would rather see more Reacher films, though they shouldn't have titled this film that. For two consecutive Decembers Paramount and Skydance will release 'Jack Reacher' and 'Jack Ryan'. Well done.

The investigation and methods of deduction took on a real Sherlock quality, the opening sniper scene was bloody terrifying and heart stopping. I literally heard gasps and 'Oh my Gods' while people were being hunted through the scope. Some really fun humor, and a superbly directed car chase featuring cinematography I've never seen in one like it before. I can't wait to see this film again, though it will be better for me if I wait a few months for Blu-ray. Absence makes the heart grow fonder, and I tend to remember movies so well, that time helps me forget a bit. The more I like a film, the more wrapped up in it I get, and I can actually forget more than gets re-enjoyed or processed deeper on multiple viewings.
Couldn't have said it better myself. My son wanted to see it real bad so I humoured him and took him, not expecting much. Cruise was fantastic. No need for a big beefy hgh guy. He's a better actor than some of the other choices and made the investigator part more believable.
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