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Old 01-07-02, 02:14 PM
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review request: Sixth Sense Vista series

since there is (are?) a (some) reviews of the Tomstone Vista Series (to be released at the same day), I was hoping, is there somewere a review of TSS ?

I am specially interested to know what happened to teh deleted scenes ...
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...ahh... you mean there is not only a Collector's Edition ( http://www.reel.com/movie.asp?MID=45...ws&CID=18#tabs )
but also a "Vista" edition?...

...what comes next?...
the Exclusive Ultimate Platinum Nuon Vista DeLuxe Director's Cut Limited Edition?...

...the mind boggles...

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Old 01-10-02, 01:17 PM
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Originally posted by Hendrik

...what comes next?...
the Exclusive Ultimate Platinum Nuon Vista DeLuxe Director's Cut Limited Edition?...

...the mind boggles...

. . . . . .
Just wait 'till they come out with a Collector's version of the above....
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Smog: ...chill, man!... the guy asked for a review of the disc and -in case you didn't notice- I gave him one - which is more than you did!... as for my question, in context it was a perfectly legitimate one - and I notice you have no sensible answer to give me?!...

...strides out of the room, slamming the door behind him...

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...

...ahh...

naaah! fuggetit!

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vista series

I think there are a couple more extras like the discussion of the Paranormal by the director.
If there is a slight better transfer in this additon, I will be definitely be purchasing it.
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Re: vista series

Originally posted by starving dvder
I think there are a couple more extras like the discussion of the Paranormal by the director.
If there is a slight better transfer in this additon, I will be definitely be purchasing it.
It's a 2 disc Vista set like Unbreakable and others are. The new features include:

DTS Soundtrack
Spanish Subtitles
Reflections From The Set
Documentary On The Paranormal Hosted By M. Night Shyamalan
Moving Pictures: The Storyboard Process
Collectible Storyboard Sequence

Mine just shipped from DDD today, I'll look forward to watching this one and post what I can once I have if no one else has reviewed it yet.
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hm what about he deleted scenes?
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Originally posted by ronald
hm what about he deleted scenes?
What about the deleted scenes?
Old 01-12-02, 02:20 AM
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go here www.dvdshrine.com
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So basically we're talking about new packaging...
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Originally posted by JaxComet
So basically we're talking about new packaging...
new packaging, a few more extras, the forced previews are gone, more space devoted to video since it's now 2 discs, and a DTS track
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There seems to actually be 2 featurettes missing in the Vista Version that was in the Collector's Edition.


An introduction from M. Night

and

The Cast featurette.

Based on the DVDShrine review and the Menu screengrabs from DVDShrine, it looks like those 2 featurettes were the only ones not to make it onto the Vista Version. Unless they're somehow incorporated into the new Documentaries on the 2nd Disc.


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Originally posted by Comm Taggert


new packaging, a few more extras, the forced previews are gone, more space devoted to video since it's now 2 discs, and a DTS track

From the review on The Digital Bits of the new Tombstone Vista Series, there's a forced preview for Pearl Harbor on it.

Possible that The Sixth Sense will have one also.

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There seems to actually be 2 featurettes missing in the Vista Version that was in the Collector's Edition.


An introduction from M. Night

and

The Cast featurette.
Actually, THREE featurettes get the boot: the "Storyboard-Film Comparison" has been replaced by a 15-minute storyboard featurette. The latter is a totally new, totally different program.

In addition, it appears that the Easter egg from the original DVD doesn't show up on the VISTA one. That "bonus" was easily found on the old disc, but if it's in the new package, they've hidden it well...

From the review on The Digital Bits of the new Tombstone Vista Series, there's a forced preview for Pearl Harbor on it.

Possible that The Sixth Sense will have one also.
Yup, the same ad shows up at the start of Sense. It's not as "forced" as the ones on the old Sense DVD, though; it appears that BV worked out the bugs that prevented some people from skipping the ads. However, there indeed is still one promo that you will have to watch or use your remote to avoid...
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From what I read here, it certainly doesn't seem worth it to replace my collectors copy.

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