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Old 01-30-2014, 08:16 PM   #1
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The following is a guide to theatrical feature films distributed by DreamWorks (in the U.S.) that are available on Blu-Ray as of April 2014. The following list has been created using internet sources and is not likely 100% accurate or complete. Any contributions are welcomed.

[Show spoiler]1. 1997 - The Peacemaker
2. 1997 - Amistad
3. 1997 - MouseHunt
4. 1998 - Paulie
5. 1998 - Small Soldiers
6. 1998 - Saving Private Ryan
7. 1998 - Antz
8. 1998 - The Prince of Egypt
9. 1999 - In Dreams
10. 1999 - Forces of Nature
11. 1999 - The Love Letter
12. 1999 - The Haunting
13. 1999 - American Beauty
14. 1999 - Galaxy Quest

15. 2000 - The Road to El Dorado
16. 2000 - Gladiator
17. 2000 - Road Trip

18. 2000 - Small Time Crooks
19. 2000 - Chicken Run
20. 2000 - What Lies Beneath
21. 2000 - Almost Famous
22. 2000 - The Contender
23. 2000 - The Legend of Bagger Vance
24. 2000 - An Everlasting Piece
25. 2001 - The Mexican
26. 2001 - Shrek
27. 2001 - Evolution
28. 2001 - The Curse of the Jade Scorpion
29. 2001 - The Last Castle
30. 2002 - The Time Machine
31. 2002 - Hollywood Ending
32. 2002 - Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron
33. 2002 - Road to Perdition
34. 2002 - The Tuxedo
35. 2002 - The Ring
36. 2002 - Catch Me If You Can

37. 2003 - Biker Boyz
38. 2003 - Old School
39. 2003 - Head of State
40. 2003 - Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas
41. 2003 - Anything Else
42. 2003 - House of Sand and Fog
43. 2004 - Win a Date with Tad Hamilton!
44. 2004 - EuroTrip
45. 2004 - Envy
46. 2004 - Shrek 2
47. 2004 - The Terminal
48. 2004 - Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy
49. 2004 - Collateral

50. 2004 - Shark Tale
51. 2004 - Surviving Christmas
52. 2005 - The Ring Two
53. 2005 - Madagascar
54. 2005 - The Island

55. 2005 - Red Eye
56. 2005 - Just Like Heaven
57. 2005 - Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit
58. 2005 - The Prize Winner of Defiance, Ohio
59. 2005 - Dreamer: Inspired by a True Story
60. 2005 - Match Point
61. 2006 - She's the Man
62. 2006 - The Last Kiss
63. 2006 - Flags of Our Fathers
64. 2006 - Perfume: The Story of a Murderer
65. 2007 - Norbit
66. 2007 - Blades of Glory
67. 2007 - Disturbia

68. 2007 - Transformers (co-distributed with Paramount)
69. 2007 - The Heartbreak Kid
70. 2007 - Things We Lost in the Fire
71. 2007 - The Kite Runner
72. 2007 - Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
73. 2008 - The Ruins
74. 2008 - Tropic Thunder
75. 2008 - Ghost Town
76. 2008 - Eagle Eye
77. 2009 - The Uninvited
78. 2009 - I Love You, Man
79. 2009 - The Soloist


Films released Direct-to-Video by DreamWorks:
[Show spoiler]1. 2000 - Joseph: King of Dreams


DreamWorks produced films released by another distributor, that are now controlled by DreamWorks:
[Show spoiler]1. 2001 - A.I. Artificial Intelligence (Originally theatrically distributed by Warner Bros.)
2. 2002 - Minority Report (Originally theatrically distributed by 20th Century Fox)
3. 2005 - War of the Worlds (Originally theatrically distributed by Paramount)



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Old 01-30-2014, 08:17 PM   #2
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Old 01-30-2014, 08:43 PM   #3
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The Peacemaker is out on Blu-Ray :

http://www.amazon.com/Peacemaker-Blu-ray-George-Clooney/dp/B00AEFYUIO/ref=sr_1_2?s=movies-tv&ie=UTF8&qid=1391114541&sr=1-2&keywords=peacemaker
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Old 01-30-2014, 08:46 PM   #4
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Of those, Red Eye, Antz, Match Point, and Small Time Crooks are the only ones I would ever buy.
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Old 01-30-2014, 08:49 PM   #5
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Also out on BD in addition to The Peacemaker (1997) is Old School (2003)
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Old 01-30-2014, 08:59 PM   #6
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Prince of Egypt is probably my most anticipated title at the moment. The soundtrack and the visual effects/art would be phenomenal in HD.

Antz would be nice too.
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Also out on BD in addition to The Peacemaker (1997) is Old School (2003)
Thanks! List has been updated.
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Old 01-30-2014, 09:28 PM   #8
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Would love Antz, Chicken Run and Mousehunt on BD already!
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Old 01-30-2014, 10:33 PM   #9
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Quite a few I'd add, off that list! Thanks OP for keeping track of everything. Looks like Dreamworks is getting some early love in 2014...hope that continues throughout the year.
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You might want to clarify your description to say these are theatrical films distributed theatrically in the US and distributed on home video in the US by DreamWorks, for two reasons.

1) There were a number of DreamWorks co-productions that they did not distribute theatrically in the US, but did overseas.
2) Two films on this list were not distributed theatrically by DreamWorks in the US. A.I. was distributed theatrically in the US by Warner Bros and Minority Report was distributed theatrically by Twentieth Century-Fox. They were co-productions and DreamWorks only had video rights for them domestically.

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You might want to clarify your description to say these are theatrical films distributed "on home video" by Dreamworks. A.I. was distributed theatrically in the US by Warner Bros and Minority Report was distributed theatrically by Twentieth Century-Fox. They were co-productions and Dreamworks only had video rights for them domestically.
This is a fair point, as the majority of DreamWorks films are co-productions with video rights often going to the other party.

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This is a fair point, as the majority of DreamWorks films are co-productions with video rights often going to the other party.

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Yep, and I updated my post to clarify that DreamWorks also often split domestic and foreign rights on their many co-productions, making it even more confusing. A Brit reading this thread, for example, would wonder why Collateral is on it, as that was Paramount overseas.

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Transformers - 2007 was also released theatrically in the US by DreamWorks.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by James Luckard View Post
You might want to clarify your description to say these are theatrical films distributed theatrically in the US and distributed on home video in the US by DreamWorks, for two reasons.

1) There were a number of DreamWorks co-productions that they did not distribute theatrically in the US, but did overseas.
2) Two films on this list were not distributed theatrically by DreamWorks in the US. A.I. was distributed theatrically in the US by Warner Bros and Minority Report was distributed theatrically by Twentieth Century-Fox. They were co-productions and DreamWorks only had video rights for them domestically.
Thanks for catching those two. This list is only films distributed by DreamWorks in the U.S. Films distributed theatrically by others like Paramount and Touchstone are apart of those lists. A.I. and MR don't belong, but have been indicated as acquired films because those films are no longer in control of Fox or Warner.

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Transformers - 2007 was also released theatrically in the US by DreamWorks.
Transformers was distributed by Paramount in the U.S. (Hasbro and DreamWorks produced it and Paramount distributed it).
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Thanks for catching those two. This list is only films distributed by DreamWorks in the U.S. Films distributed theatrically by others like Paramount and Touchstone are apart of those lists. A.I. and MR don't belong, but have been indicated as acquired films because those films are no longer in control of Fox or Warner.
Technically, DreamWorks didn't "acquire" those films. They were co-productions (both studios receive credit), with one studio distributing theatrically and the other distributing home media.

To add to the confusion--Paramount now owns the DW live action library (thru 2010). Many of DW's blu-rays were actually put out by Paramount.

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Want prince of egypt and chicken run. When!?
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Thanks for catching those two. This list is only films distributed by DreamWorks in the U.S. Films distributed theatrically by others like Paramount and Touchstone are apart of those lists. A.I. and MR don't belong, but have been indicated as acquired films because those films are no longer in control of Fox or Warner.
You might want to put them back in the main list, with an asterisk to explain who released them theatrically. They were not acquired, they were co-productions with very unusual deals. For both A.I. and Minority Report, DreamWorks took overseas theatrical distribution, while the partner took domestic theatrical distribution. As part of that deal, even more confusingly, they agreed before the films were released theatrically that for home video, they would switch distribution, so DreamWorks would get domestic home video and the partner would get overseas home video. There was no acquisition involved, it was just a very funky distribution deal.
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Transformers was distributed by Paramount in the U.S. (Hasbro and DreamWorks produced it and Paramount distributed it).
DreamWorks is one of the most complicated companies to do a list like this for. Even when they were completely independent, many of their titles were co-productions, with some having complicated divisions of distribution like A.I. and Minority Report.

And once they joined with Paramount, it gets even tougher. I don't think the distribution for Transformers was any different from the distribution for Eagle Eye, for example. You could technically say all the DreamWorks titles from 2007 on were distributed by Paramount, in many ways.

And then there are the DreamWorks titles released after 2009, which have been distributed by Buena Vista.

And, as Seymour mentioned, the entire pre-Buena Vista DreamWorks library is now owned by Paramount, not DreamWorks.

Edit: I looked online and can't find anything definitive on Transformers. Wikipedia says it was distributed in the US by DreamWorks, but anyone could have written that. News articles from the time say both interchangably. However the US trailer does list DreamWorks's name first, which would usually suggest they were the principal distributor in the US. For example, the credits for A.I. and Minority Report had DreamWorks listed second theatrically in the film and on posters and trailers, but were altered for home video in the US to have DreamWorks listed first in the film and on posters.

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Want prince of egypt and chicken run. When!?
There's a region-free BD of Chicken Run from Germany.
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What about Over the Hedge? Loved this movie.
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