Originally Posted by dvdmike007
Am I misremembering it?
Charlie Sheen's expensive action flick (that underperformed at the box-office), good stunts, some offbeat humor, a pre-Sopranos James Gandolfini, Natassia Kinski, and a dog named Tripod. Extremely fun
I agree with Abintra -- a lot of these Touchstone/Hollywood films are like comfort food. They've aged well; mostly upbeat types of entertainment driven by stars back in an age when they used to make formula movies for more than 15 year olds. Not all of them are great, but for the $5 they've charged on most of them, I've found myself buying titles I wouldn't have been interested in otherwise.
Some of these have been great because their prior DVDs were non-anamorphic. I'd like to see THE SCARLET LETTER eventually which wasn't 16:9 enhanced and is a guilty pleasure for its cinematography and John Barry's lush romantic score!