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Old 09-27-05, 08:12 AM
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$4.88 DVD's @ Wal-Mart

Wal-Mart has a new 4.88 display full of dvds, some titles were:

Road Warrior
Mad Max: Beyond Thunderdome
Tin Cup
Analyze That
Ace Ventura When nature calls
Pelican Brief
Bloodwork FS
City by the sea
Collateral Damage
Ballistic:Ecks vs. Sever
Vegas Vacation
One Crazy Summer
Old 09-27-05, 09:50 AM
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mists of avalon/mini-series......picked up on sunday. 4.88
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Are there LEs of Road Warrior and Thunderdome coming out?
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Great price for One Crazy Summer.
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Is One Crazy Summer still in a Snapper?
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Yea, One Crazy Summer is in the snapper.
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Spartan and The Rookie were also part of the display.
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Picked up Mists of Avalon, Andersonville, Operation Pacific (John Wayne), and Man without a Face.

They had WS versions of Vegas Vacation, but only had foolscreen versions of Bloodwork and the In-Laws remake.

The Jim Caviezel movie Highwaymen was also in the display, but I was unsure if it was any good so I didnt pick it up.
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Spartan for less than five dollars is an absolute steal. I implore all of you who don't already have this brilliant film to get it.
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Originally Posted by DonnachaOne
Spartan for less than five dollars is an absolute steal. I implore all of you who don't already have this brilliant film to get it.
I second that. This film is grossly overlooked.
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They also had "Rockstar", "Insomnia" (FS only), "Blast from the Past".
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Also Go Tell The Spartans.
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Originally Posted by DonnachaOne
Spartan for less than five dollars is an absolute steal. I implore all of you who don't already have this brilliant film to get it.
this movie isn't for everyone. I watched it based on DVDTalk recommendations and thought that it was terrible.
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Also saw: ANIMATRIX
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No display at my Wal Mart yet
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I Also saw: The Man Without a Face
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In the closest Wal-Mart to me the display was not in Electronics with the rest of the DVDs but up near the last check out where the $1 DVDs are kept.
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Picked up "The Rookie" and "The Man without a Face". Both good films for the price. I would have picked up "Bloodwork" but it was FS.
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Also saw:

EIGHT LEGGED FREAKS
OBSESSED (Jenna Elfma TV movie)
A PERFECT MURDER
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Nothing I really wanted, but Insomnia is a great movie especially at this price even if it is FS.
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Originally Posted by Phibes

The Jim Caviezel movie Highwaymen was also in the display, but I was unsure if it was any good so I didnt pick it up.
Saw this not that long ago - pretty suspenseful
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Found Bronco Billy and The Road Warrior...may go back today and see if anything has been added.
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Yeah, I saw them all at my Wal-Mart this morning. Not as great of a selection as the last time they did this. I may go back and get One Crazy Summer and Animatrix.
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Originally Posted by DonnachaOne
Spartan for less than five dollars is an absolute steal. I implore all of you who don't already have this brilliant film to get it.
Further recommendation for the criminally underlooked Mamet thriller Spartan.

(Mamet!)
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Originally Posted by DonnachaOne
Spartan for less than five dollars is an absolute steal. I implore all of you who don't already have this brilliant film to get it.
I refuse to have anything with the name Spartan on it in my house.


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