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Old 03-18-01, 03:28 PM
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What are the special features like?
How is the transfer?
How is the audio?
Old 03-20-01, 11:00 PM
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So everyone who picked this up a Wal-Mart early has no reviews of this yet?

C'Mon. Mine still hasn't shipped yet from Amazon. I wonder if it's even been released yet.
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I don't have the disc in front of me right now but had it not been for the space taken up by the DTS track, I think it could have all been put on one disc. There are some good features but nothing that makes it stand out from various one disc releases.
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Originally posted by JaxComet
There are some good features but nothing that makes it stand out from various one disc releases.
I agree. The behind the scenes thing is good to have, and some of the deleted footage is worth having around. Don't have a DVD-ROM drive, so I can't say anything about those features. If you got it for 19.99 at Wal-Mart, you got your money's worth.
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It looks nice in the big amaray case but the second disc sucks...nothing on brandon lees death.
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Originally posted by mr. longshanks
nothing on brandon lees death.
oh darn!
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Originally posted by MrBEAViS
Originally posted by mr. longshanks
nothing on brandon lees death.
oh darn!
Well it cheesed me off too - Some of the features I read about listed some Brandon Lee featurette including the story surrounding his death to be included in this release... when I discovered it wasn't, I was kinda upset. I want to know what really happened. I remember seeing something about it on HBO or something a long time ago - why couldn't they have included that? The guy dies making a film and you ignore the fact that he did? That's what made this film as big as it was - it wasn't a very good film.

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