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Old 12-29-05, 12:13 AM
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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire ---> March 7th, 2006

From an early Warner press release:

On March 7th, experience Harry, Ron and Hermione’s fourth magical year at Hogwarts with Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire on DVD! The two-disc special edition DVD includes hours of extra enchantment; including the Triwizard Tournament Challenge, additional scenes, behind the scenes features, and more! Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire available on DVD. Rated PG-13 for sequences of fantasy violence and frightening images.
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Old 12-29-05, 12:52 AM
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March 7th is now circled on my calendar. I can't wait for HP4's release. Only got to see it in the theater 4 times (so far).
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Briggs, if you have the chance to see it in IMAX, go see it. For me it was a 1-hour trip but more than well worth it.
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Loved GoF, definitely my favourite HP movie, so I hope it comes out that soon it Australia.
Looking forward to seeing the deleted scenes.
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Originally Posted by blue eyes
Looking forward to seeing the deleted scenes.
same here.
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Any chance they might repackage the others and release a new boxset?
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Ok this officially makes my day, cant wait!!
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Can't wait to add this to my collection. Easily my favorite book and movie so far.
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looking forward to the release -- it seems a bit sooner than i was expecting-- weren't the last two november released movies out on dvd in may?

thanks for the heads up.
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Originally Posted by The Bus
Briggs, if you have the chance to see it in IMAX, go see it. For me it was a 1-hour trip but more than well worth it.
Saw it on IMAX, too. Also saw PoA on IMAX.
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Briggs, if you have the chance to see it in IMAX, go see it. For me it was a 1-hour trip but more than well worth it.
I was a tad underwhelmed by the IMAX experience, I could have easily had the same large screen amazement factor if I had seen at DC's Uptown theatre. This may sound hypocritical but I don't really enjoy the retaining of the OAR of films that are 2.35:1 on the IMAX screen - 'Polar Express' was fine, but here it's such a wide movie the top and bottom black borders were awfully distracting. (god, I can't believe I just made that statement).
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Much faster than I was expecting. Excellent. I loved this movie and can't wait to get the disc and dive into those extras.
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Originally Posted by Artman
Any chance they might repackage the others and release a new boxset?
if they did, I just hope they could release the network expanded tv editions of the first two that reinstates the deleted scenes back into the actual film.
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I just wish they'd give us some bonus material that wasn't so kid-oriented.

Well, I suppose hope springs eternal.
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Nice! Thanks for the heads up!
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Originally Posted by Giles
I was a tad underwhelmed by the IMAX experience, I could have easily had the same large screen amazement factor if I had seen at DC's Uptown theatre. This may sound hypocritical but I don't really enjoy the retaining of the OAR of films that are 2.35:1 on the IMAX screen - 'Polar Express' was fine, but here it's such a wide movie the top and bottom black borders were awfully distracting. (god, I can't believe I just made that statement).
Dang! I agree that the SIZE of IMAX isn't as impressive as it used to be, but the RESOLUTION of the IMAX film images is WAY more impressive than a standard theatre...at my local imax, everything is crystal clear, not a speck of grain (unless intentional) and the imax projector has a knack for getting the blacks right... Sure, DLP has great resolution too, but I think the IMAX looks way better, even if it's not as towering as it once seemed.

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Patrick at Davis DVD has a new feature revealed:

Commentary with Director Mike Newell
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Looking forward to picking this up. Thanks for the information, especially about the news about the commentary. Should be good.
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Originally Posted by Shannon Nutt
I just wish they'd give us some bonus material that wasn't so kid-oriented.

Well, I suppose hope springs eternal.
I'm crossing my fingers that when they release the movies in extended editions (also hopeful thinking, but it means ca$h for WB, so I expect it), they'll have more worthwhile, mature extras.
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I was going to say, I read in Entertainment Weekly around the time the film was released that it would have a commentary.

Now if WB could just re-release the first two in keepcases...
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Originally Posted by kms_md
looking forward to the release -- it seems a bit sooner than i was expecting-- weren't the last two november released movies out on dvd in may?
Sorcerer's Stone showed up in late May; Chamber of Secrets was a mid April release--six and five months, respectively. (No, I'm not such a geek that I knew those off the top of my head; I looked them up.) This is the fastest theater-to-DVD release for the Potter franchise so far. Seems to be the trend for new DVDs now. The time you wait is getting ever shorter. Long as the quality doesn't suffer, I'm all for it.

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Time to start the March list.
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Originally Posted by Artman
Any chance they might repackage the others and release a new boxset?
I'm with you on the first two getting put into keepcases
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Commentary? Wow, I alwasy thought I would have to wait til the "Harry Potter Complete Movie Collection" 20disc set comes out, lol....

And about the Case... Am I the only one that really really really like the digipack cases for the first two?
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