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Old 03-17-03, 10:06 AM
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Good Burger specs?

I'm glad the movie is finally being released. Anyone know the specs for this movie? Is there a commentary track by Kel Mitchell, Kenan Thompson, and/or Brian Robbins? I know Brian Robbins did commentary for Hardball so hopefully he'll do one for this movie. I guess I shouldn't expect one since it's Paramount.
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Anamorphic Widescreen and 5.1..
Bare bones is sad indeed, but the movie is being released and I can finally let go of that laserdisc.. leaving me with only a few LDs left, and those will be happy to depart as well. (espically considering I no longer have a player)
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I am still waiting for the Criterion Release of this masterpeice
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Originally posted by REL77
I am still waiting for the Criterion Release of this masterpeice
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Kudos to Paramount for making sure an anamorphic release of "Good Burger" comes to market. That company really is on the ball knowing that an anamorphic release "Good Burger" is more important to the public than lets say a special edition re-release of "Titanic". In fact, I think I'll sell my non anamorphic "Titanic" and use the money for "Good Burger".
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Originally posted by DVD4Eva
Kudos to Paramount for making sure an anamorphic release of "Good Burger" comes to market. That company really is on the ball knowing that an anamorphic release "Good Burger" is more important to the public than lets say a special edition re-release of "Titanic". In fact, I think I'll sell my non anamorphic "Titanic" and use the money for "Good Burger".
Honestly, I think your money woudl be more well spent doing this. If I owned Titanic, I would do the same thing.
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hopefully when this comes out the endless jokes regarding it will finally quit.
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Originally posted by WiccanPagan
hopefully when this comes out the endless jokes regarding it will finally quit.
I think it will go on because consumers always want more. Bring on the Special Edition!
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Originally posted by edytwinky
I think it will go on because consumers always want more. Bring on the Special Edition!
at least you didn't say das boot edition
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How did this end up in this forum?
Old 09-30-04, 07:49 AM
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Originally posted by weargle
How did this end up in this forum?
This subforum used to be devoted elcusively to the discussion of Good Burger (look at the oldest threads in this subforum), however, since Good Burger has been replaced by the Star Wars Trilogy as the latest must-own release, this forum has been renamed.

When and if there's a Good Burger SE or Criterion Collection release, you can be sure this subforum will return to the original title.
Old 09-30-04, 11:07 AM
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Dang, when do we get Good Burger: Revenge of the Mondo Burger
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HBO has been running this in HD for the last few months.
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I would kill for that movie. Kill.

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