The One DVD you covet most in your collection?

 
Old 01-05-04, 08:04 PM
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The One DVD you covet most in your collection?

What is the one DVD that you just simply love..the one that you see and are so thankful that you have it, so greatful it is in your possession, the one that lets you sleep peacefully? I dunno about all that, but generally your most favorite ONLY ONE dvd based on love of the movie or love of the whole dvd itself...

This was hard for me..but based on love of movie and simply loving all the bonus materials mine is..Die Hard: 5 Star Collection.
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Pulp Fiction.
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My Korean release of Mulholland Dr. Unlike the R1, it has interviews with the principles.
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Doesn't "covet" mean to desire something you can't have?

How is this thread different from myriad other "favorite movie/DVD" threads?
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Rabid Dogs from Mario Bava...for reasons I've stated many times in all the other threads.

HERE is a link if anyone wants to know about the film.

HERE is another.

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Originally posted by DonnachaOne
Doesn't "covet" mean to desire something you can't have?

How is this thread different from myriad other "favorite movie/DVD" threads?
It's.....................not. But to answer the question it would have to be Band of Brothers.
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Old 01-05-04, 08:58 PM
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Originally posted by DonnachaOne
How is this thread different from myriad other "favorite movie/DVD" threads?
This one was started by scott1598, one of the six on the first page of this forum area alone.

Oh, and "Band of Brothers."
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Closing duplicate thread. Scott, slow down on creating threads... I'm glad you're apparently excited to be here and to participate in discussion, but you're covering the same ground that plenty of threads have already covered. Additionally, you're pushing other threads off the front page with all the threads you're creating.
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