View Poll Results: Which was the best DVD released in the 1st half of 2004?
Panic Room (SE)
6
6.52%
The Simpsons - The Complete Fourth Season
11
11.96%
The Good the Bad and the Ugly (SE)
10
10.87%
Lord of the Rings - The Return of the King (2-disc)
20
21.74%
Schindler's List
7
7.61%
Texas Chainsaw Massacre (Platinum)
1
1.09%
Monster Legacy Collection
11
11.96%
Freaks & Geeks (Limited Edition)
20
21.74%
Lost in Translation
2
2.17%
Futurama - Vol. 3
4
4.35%
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Best DVD of 1st half 2004 (January to June)

 
Old 07-14-04, 11:21 AM
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Best DVD of 1st half 2004 (January to June)

I have done "Best of" polls for the first two quarters of 2004... so why not try a Best of 1st half 2004 poll?

There will be no write in votes this time around, since all choices are the top vote getters from the quarterly polls.

***REMEMBER - this poll is for the best DVD (i.e. audio quality, video quality, Special Features, etc.), NOT best movie released on DVD... although I guess the film quality does matter to some extent.

Here are the results for the Q1 vote:

1) Panic Room (SE) - 41 votes
2) Schindler's List - 22 votes
3) Texas Chainsaw Massacre (Platinum) - 21 votes
4) Lost in Translation - 12 votes
5) Futurama - Vol. 3 - 11 votes
6) The Rules of the Game (Criterion) - 10 votes
7) The Commitments (CE) - 8 votes
8T) Curb Your Enthusiasm - Season One - 7 votes
8T) Dawn of the Dead (Divimax) - 7 votes
10) Chappelle Show: Complete First Season - 4 votes

Here are the results for the Q2 vote:

1) The Simpsons - The Complete Fourth Season - 34 votes
2) The Good the Bad and the Ugly (Special Edition) - 29 votes
3) Lord of the Rings - The Return of the King (2-disc) - 25 votes
4) Monster Legacy Collection - 20 votes
5) Freaks & Geeks 13 votes
6) Kill Bill Vol. 1 8 votes
7T) Bubba Ho-Tep 7 votes
7T) Mystic River (Special 3-Disc Edition) - 7 votes
9T) Master and Commander CE 5 votes
9T) The Leopard CC 5 votes
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I like how Freaks & Geeks recieved 13 votes for Q2, but wasn't even an option on the poll. Thanks for including it jfrost, it'll get the votes.
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I vote again for Master & Commander Collector's Edition and again its not listed as an option. When the lackluster Lost In Translation is an option.
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i voted for the Monster Legacy set as everything, IMO, about it is great - the films themselves, the packaging and the extras
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Okay, anybody that votes Lost In Translation should be shot in the head, repeatedly!!!!!!
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Another vote for the Monster Legacy Collection.
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1.Freaks and Geeks LE
2.Monster Legacy Collection
3.The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly SE
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Originally posted by PopcornTreeCt
I vote again for Master & Commander Collector's Edition and again its not listed as an option. When the lackluster Lost In Translation is an option.
I agree... Master & Commander should have been an option. But since it did not receive many votes during the quarterly poll... it did not receive any love this time around.
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instead of bumping an obvious dupe thread why not just count the # of votes for your 2 polls and see which has the most...that will give you your answer and not liter the board...just a thought.
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Freaks and Geeks by far with the Yearbook Edition even farther.
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Originally posted by scott1598
instead of bumping an obvious dupe thread why not just count the # of votes for your 2 polls and see which has the most...that will give you your answer and not liter the board...just a thought.
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More people have had a chance to buy/watch some of the earlier releases, and their opinions could have changed significantly. If anything, those smileys in every post of yours do more to "liter" the board than anything.
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Originally posted by Quake1028
More people have had a chance to buy/watch some of the earlier releases, and their opinions could have changed significantly. If anything, those smileys in every post of yours do more to "liter" the board than anything.


Freaks and Geeks Yearbook for me.
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Panic Room.
The movie is mediocre, but it is easily the most comprehensive DVD of all the choices.
If only they'd give this kind of treatment to better films...
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I seem to be alone, but I stick with my same choice as I did for Q1.


The best DVD release of the first half of 2004 is BY FAR the Kill Bill: Uncut Box Set.
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Freaks and Geeks LE Yearbook, BY FAR
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I don't own any of these titles. I feel lonesome.
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