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post #61 of 544
that picture just ruined my morning....
post #62 of 544
Your post made me look on the second page to check for screenshots from the new version, thinking they would be lousy picture quality, and boy was I in for a surprise. Totally ruined my morning too.
post #63 of 544
lol too thorr!
post #64 of 544
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Originally Posted by KBMAN View Post

that picture just ruined my morning....

Was he just that sexy?

http://www.play.com/DVD/Blu-ray/4-/3...bc%7b600%7d%2b

UK version with really bad name (mind you they are both bad)

post #65 of 544
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Originally Posted by dvdmike007 View Post

Was he just that sexy?

http://www.play.com/DVD/Blu-ray/4-/3...bc%7b600%7d%2b

UK version with really bad name (mind you they are both bad)


Haha they must be joking, not even proper english
post #66 of 544
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Originally Posted by wesslan1 View Post

Haha they must be joking, not even proper english

Grammatically?
post #67 of 544
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Originally Posted by dvdmike007 View Post

Grammatically?

Rekall
post #68 of 544
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Originally Posted by wesslan1 View Post

Rekall

That's how the company spells it in the movie.
post #69 of 544
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Originally Posted by Steeb View Post

That's how the company spells it in the movie.

Yep was always Rekall
post #70 of 544
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Originally Posted by dvdmike007 View Post

Yep was always Rekall

Ah didn't remember that Just looked off with two different spellings on cover.
post #71 of 544
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Originally Posted by Steeb View Post

That's how the company spells it in the movie.

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Originally Posted by dvdmike007 View Post

Yep was always Rekall

Lol! You'd wonder if anyone here has actually seen the movie.

I'll hold out for the, 'Get Your Ass to Mars' edition.
post #72 of 544
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Originally Posted by Scott Simonian View Post

Lol! You'd wonder if anyone here has actually seen the movie.

I'll hold out for the, 'Get Your Ass to Mars' edition.


Then there's the "Baby, You Make Me Wish I Had Three Hands" steelbook edition. That's the one all the cool kids want.
post #73 of 544
I already have the "Open Your Mind" edition that has you imagining a fantastic picture quality.
post #74 of 544
I'm getting excited for the 'Best Mind-f*ck Yet' digibook release with Ultraviolet digital copy
post #75 of 544
Thread Starter 
I've been wanting the "Hey Benny, Screwwwwww Youuuuuuuuuuu! Collector's Box Set" featuring nothing but a giant box containing another sh!tty transfer.
post #76 of 544
Thread Starter 
Pre-order is up at AZ for only $10.49. At first the low price made me immediately think of T2 Skynet Edition, but then I realize that they have more than made their money on this film, so maybe they're just being nice to us?

Also according to HDDN, the Awnuld commentary is still there plus two new featurettes:

-Interview with Director Paul Verhoeven
-Restoration Comparison – a look at high-definition transfer from original film negative

http://www.highdefdiscnews.com/?p=78845

Hopefully the restoration comparison gets leaked in advance of the release.
post #77 of 544
Might be worth it for around $10. But, I think I'll wait for the "See You At The Party, Richter" Edition...
post #78 of 544
for the pirates out there, there is the "Sue me d*ck head" edition
post #79 of 544
When it goes on sale, they'll repackage it into the "I've got five kids to feed edition" (or four, depending on which quote you like better).
post #80 of 544
Can the brethren here make a pact concerning the video presentation of this release?—It would be nice not to throw stones if Paul decides to radically alter the color palette, if the contrast is boosted to clipped whites, and some minor black crush—I know what you're thinking of course we're going to complain about those things, but an optimum presentation of this catalog title is holy grail for me.

The late Michael Jackson said This is It and this presentation is the end all be all for this title for the foreseeable future. If its an abomination I'll but leading the bitching with tears in my eyes!
post #81 of 544
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Originally Posted by Marcus® View Post

Can the brethren here make a pact concerning the video presentation of this release?It would be nice not to throw stones if Paul decides to radically alter the color palette, if the contrast is boosted to clipped whites, and some minor black crushI know what you're thinking of course we're going to complain about those things, but an optimum presentation of this catalog title is holy grail for me.

The late Michael Jackson said This is It and this presentation is the end all be all for this title for the foreseeable future. If its an abomination I'll but leading the bitching with tears in my eyes!

The discs we already have are crap, so that is what I am going in expecting so I can be pleasantly surprised if it is decent.
post #82 of 544
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Originally Posted by stumlad View Post

When it goes on sale, they'll repackage it into the "I've got five kids to feed edition" (or four, depending on which quote you like better).

that totally made my afternoon And yes, '5 kids to feed' is better
post #83 of 544
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Originally Posted by Marcus® View Post

Can the brethren here make a pact concerning the video presentation of this release?It would be nice not to throw stones if Paul decides to radically alter the color palette, if the contrast is boosted to clipped whites, and some minor black crushI know what you're thinking of course we're going to complain about those things, but an optimum presentation of this catalog title is holy grail for me.

The late Michael Jackson said This is It and this presentation is the end all be all for this title for the foreseeable future. If its an abomination I'll but leading the bitching with tears in my eyes!

Can't we do this for all new releases?

LOTR? Green be damned.
post #84 of 544
I'm not afraid of any drastic color changes. How much can the color palette be altered for a movie like this. Slathering blue on everything isn't going to look good in a mars movie.
post #85 of 544
The earth bound portion of the film could be revised with a blue filter instead of the gross (warm spectrum) green tones that made the picture visibly dull and dated on its debut.

I said the cinematographer hated the release prints—mainly due to the lack of vibrant saturation overall. Paul said he (the cinematographer) prefers cooler tones.
post #86 of 544
I'm holding out for the "You've Got What You Want Cohagen, Give These People Air!" Collector's Edition that puts the WB boxsets of Gone With The Wind, The Wizard of Oz, and Casablanca to shame.
post #87 of 544
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by LexInVA View Post

I'm holding out for the "You've Got What You Want Cohagen, Geev Dese Pepple Air!" Collector's Edition that puts the WB boxsets of Gone With The Wind, The Wizard of Oz, and Casablanca to shame.

Fixed.
post #88 of 544
Clearly (in light of recent events) it should be the 'Consider dat a divorce' edition. Checked with Studiocanal in the UK and apparently we are also getting the director-approved transfer.
post #89 of 544
I cannot believe no one has used the 'Wet Towel Head' edition.
post #90 of 544
$9.86 preorder on Amazon now. Ordered!
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