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Old 03-23-02, 08:00 PM
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Review: Breakdown

Can someon Review fo me the movie "Breakdown"?
I've seen it and I liked it.
Old 03-24-02, 11:17 AM
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As you already know the movie itself is a good suspense thriller. The DVD is a basic WS no-frills edition, but no word of anything better means that is your only choice for now. If you can grab a good deal it's worth owning, but it's non-anamorphic and just a trailer for extras.
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For a non-anamorphic transfer, BREAKDOWN really holds up well.
I was shocked how good it actually looked over my Toishiba HDtv. I would pick up this current edition as Paramount has not indicated a re-issue anytime soon.
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How good of a DVD is this movie? Special Features etc?Nudity? Swearing? How good of a plot does it have?Worth a purchase?

Your feelings?
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Originally posted by Aaron Amos
How good of a DVD is this movie? Special Features etc?Nudity? Swearing? How good of a plot does it have?Worth a purchase?

Your feelings?
Wow, it's like deja vu all over again. I just read this exact same post in the thread right above this one. Like I said, if you're buying your DVDs for nudity and swearing, look for something with more than an R rating. Know what I mean?
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Originally posted by Cornfed


Wow, it's like deja vu all over again. I just read this exact same post in the thread right above this one. Like I said, if you're buying your DVDs for nudity and swearing, look for something with more than an R rating. Know what I mean?
He posts the exact same thing in all of his posts in the review forum.
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Originally posted by Robert


He posts the exact same thing in all of his posts in the review forum.
So I guess those are 'Your Feelings'?

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