I second the "request" for The Eagles Farewell Tour I... really surprising it's not out, as I believe it was shot in HD, and it was already released on HD-DVD so the video side should be pretty much ready to go... even on the audio, I hear that there was always some sort of "hidden" DTS-MA track on the HD-DVD...
@BillBragg: I'm not seeing that THE KEEP is available via Netflix streaming either. I've PMd Eric (the writer of the original piece).<br><br>SCHINDLER'S LIST has been announced for March 5, 2013:<br><br><a href="http://www.blu-ray.com/news/?id=10259" target="_blank">http://www.blu-ray.com/news/?id=10259</a><br><br>@UchuKaiju: Yes, some of us are indeed eagerly looking forward to BAD BOYS II, despite the Bay-haters and incredulous comments such as yours. "Wooosaaaaaa."
I'd like to see, Le Grand Bleu (The Big Blue) the original version. It was a hit in Europe but a flop in the U.S.--where it was trimmed, rescored, and given a new ending. I saw the Japanese release selling on Amazon for $158.00.<br><br>"Luc Besson's The Big Blue has endured as a minor cult classic for its gorgeous photography (both on land and underwater) and dreamy ambiance. Jean-Mar."
They got the first two on the list right...look forward to the Abyss extended version on Blu Ray especially. Would also like to see Tombstone on Blu Ray with its extended version, not the almost 5 minute cut version already out.
The Wall is a perfect candidate for Blu Ray! It was originally filmed on 70mm high-speed high-resolution film with 6-track sound. I remember seeing it in the theater (many many times) as a teen and being amazed at the clarity and detail. You can see every fiber in the carpet in the opening scene. I really wanna see this in 1080p!!! (on my 102" projector screen)<br><br>The original film negatives and developing/processing cost over a million $$ per 15 minutes of film (and that's in 1982 dollars). In 2002 MGM created 20 new 70mm prints from the original negatives. So the original negatives must still be in a vault someplace. No need to remaster a blu ray from a scratched up copy.
I am a huge John Cassavetes fan. One of the two movies I am referring to one that made it to DVD but almost impossible to find: The Killers(early sixties). The other one is Brass Target that made it to laserdisc but NOT to DVD.<br>I have two more: Purple Hearts and Mulholland Falls.<br>I am still hoping all four make it to BD DVD.
The majority of films listed in this thread are already in 1080p on Vudu streaming. I've had True Lies, Tucker the man and his dream, Somewhere in Time and many others in HD for a very long time. The Abyss is one of the hold outs in HD even on Vudu.
Even have the Audrey Hepburn classic "Wait Until Dark" in HD Vudu knowing it will be forever till that classic gets a Bluray release.
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