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Old 07-15-01, 07:19 PM   #1
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Review Wanted: Repo man

I tried a search but couldn't find a review here on the site, and I was wondering about the Repo Man Dvd specifically the tin version. Any advantage to the tin? They can be found for the same price currently and I was wondering if grabbing a tin while I can still find it if it is worth it?
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Old 07-16-01, 03:14 AM   #2
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With the tin, you get the tin and a Cd soundtrack to the film. There might also be a booklet but I'am not sure on that. I think both the Dvd and Cd are in a jewel case for the tin version.

I guess I would get the tin version if they were the same price now. I guess I could live with another jewel case.
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Old 07-16-01, 07:36 AM   #3
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There is a booklet included in the tin version. It contains a comic book-like section that was the original incarnation of the characters/storyline in the movie drawn by the writer/director, I believe.

Fun movie with wit & punk rock music, quite a combination.
I'll post more of a review of the movie if you so request. It sounded like you just wanted one of the tin, though.
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Old 07-16-01, 04:00 PM   #4
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Re: Review Wanted: Repo man

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Originally posted by innocentfreak
I tried a search but couldn't find a review here on the site
Here's the review I wrote of the NON Tin version...

http://www.dvdtalk.com/reviews/read.php?id=941
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Old 07-16-01, 06:09 PM   #5
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Thanks everyone. I picked up a tin at BB the other day and just can't decide whether it is worth keeping.
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Old 07-17-01, 04:45 AM   #6
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Thanks everyone. I picked up a tin at BB the other day and just can't decide whether it is worth keeping.
I think it is worth keeping. I bought all of the AB tins and really like them. The Repo Man tin is my favorite tin because the tin picture is really cool. I probably won't listen to the cd more than the one time I did when I first got it, but I like having the tin. If I were you, I would just keep the tin, and if you decided later on that you don't want it, you could probably sell it on eBay for a profit (it was limited to 30,000 and some day will be damn near impossible to find at all) and then buy the regular disc.
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