Title: Free Enterprise
Starring: William Shatner
Released: 31st May 2005
Anchor Bay has officially announced a new Free Enterprise: 5 Year Extended Edition which stars William Shatner and Emmy Winner Eric McCormack. This new two-disc set will be available to own from the 31st May, priced at around $29.98. As well as a brand new DiviMax Director’s Cut with an additional five minutes of footage, the set will include brand new audio commentaries with Stars William Shatner, Eric McCormack and Rafel Weiger, Director/Editor/Co-Writer Robert Burnett & Producer/Co-Writer Mark Altman, an 8-bit subtitle trivia track explaining Free Enterprise Arcana, a ninety-minute documentary on the making of the film, and a twenty-minute featurette entitled A Look Back at Free Enterprise. Completing this impressive package will be thirty minutes of deleted scenes, a Café Fantastique Pilot, footage from a ’98 San Diego Comiccon Panel featuring filmmaker and star Rafel Weiger, a twenty-two minute 'Sci-Fi Dinner', screen tests, a No Tears for Ceaser music video and a TV spot. We'll bring you artwork shortly.
Kind of tempted but I'm also kind of sick of double dipping Might have to wait a bit on this one...
"The American people will never knowingly adopt Socialism. But under the name of 'liberalism' they will adopt every fragment of the Socialist program, until one day America will be a Socialist nation, without knowing how it happened." -- Norman Thomas
"When you look really deep, we are all kind of shallow" -- unknown
Son of a bitch. Just finally broke down and bought the old disc. Don't think I'll end up double-dipping on this one.
__________________ Xbox Live Gamertag: JediMatt76
Now think real hard. You been bird-dogging this township a while now. They wouldn't mind a corpse of you. Now you can luxuriate in a nice jail cell, but if your hand touches metal, I swear by my pretty floral bonnet: I will end you.
Well this new transfer is anamorphic. I wouldn't have cared for this release, but I recently bought a 16X9 television so I'm an anamorphic freak now. I'll double dip on this one.
"I suppose you could say that everyone has an El Guapo. For some, shyness may be an El Guapo. For others, lack of education may be an El Guapo. But for us, El Guapo is a large ugly man who wants to kill us."
Two sci-fi/comic geeks get more than they bargained for when they befriend their idol, William "Capt. Kirk" Shatner and discover he is not quite the man they imagined him to be. From producer Mark Altman (THE SPECIALS) comes this hilarious comedy which will have a new DiviMax hi-def transfer with enough new extras to fill a 2 Disc Set!
Starring: Eric McCormack, William Shatner - Director: Robert Meyer Burnett
I really loved this movie but for some reason I never bought the old release. So I'm definitely in.
So there's simultaneously a super secret team of giant robots and a super secret team of technologically enhanced super soldiers, and neither team knows about the other? The governments in these movies must be far more effective than our actual government. Well, damn it, I want some realism and mature adult themes in my giant robot and super soldier movies! - Suprmallet
Can't wait for this to come out. I remember breaking down and paying $31 for the first release. I think it was worth it. This hits a little too close to home for my friends and I. The movie is hoot if you're into anything like comics, Trek and Sci-Fi.