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Old 01-02-07, 09:02 PM
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I'm excluding TV shows and any movies I've seen, even if I haven't watched my exact DVD of it yet. Some of these on the list I've seen mostly, but they were edited versions or I didn't get all the way through, or for some other reason I haven't seen the entire thing.

25th Hour
The 300 Spartans
Airplane!
Along Came Polly
Alien
Aliens
Alien 3
Alien Resurrection
All Quiet On The Western Front
Amelie
American Psycho
Beetlejuice
Big
The Big Lebowski
Black Hawk Down
Blades Of Glory
Blood Diamond
The Blues Brothers
Bullitt
Canadian Bacon
Capote
Catch Me If You Can
Children Of Men
Cold Mountain
Dave Chappelle's Block Party
The Day After Tomorrow
Escape From Alcatraz
Fargo
First Men In The Moon
Gangs Of New York
Glengarry Glen Ross
Glory
Good Bye Lenin!
Good Night, And Good Luck.
GoodFellas
Gremlins
A Hard Day's Night
Heat
Hell Is For Heroes
High Anxiety
House On Haunted Hill (1959)
I Heart Huckabees
I, Robot
It
Jaws
Journey To The Center Of The Earth
The Killing
King Kong
Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang
The Last Kiss
The Last Man On Earth
Letters From Iwo Jima
Little Miss Sunshine
Lollilove
The Machinist
Meet The Fockers
Memoirs Of A Geisha
Million Dollar Baby
Mystic River
Network
Once Upon A Time In The West
Panic In Year Zero!
The Photographer
Platoon
The Producers (1968)
Pulp Fiction
Punch-Drunk Love
The Pursuit Of Happyness
Reality Bites
Rebel Without A Cause
The Red House
Robin Hood: Men In Tights
Rounders
Saved!
Scarlet Street
Schindler's List
Secretary
The Shawshank Redemption
Sherrybaby
Shock Treatment
Silent Movie
Smokin' Aces
Suicide Kings
Swingers
Syriana
The Tao Of Steve
Tenacious D In The Pick Of Destiny
That Thing You Do!
To Be Or Not To Be
Top Gun
Tora! Tora! Tora!
Tremors 3: Back To Perfection
Tremors 4: The Legend Begins
True Romance
The Twelve Chairs
UHF
Unforgiven
United 93
V For Vendetta
Volunteers
War Of The Worlds
The Wild Bunch
Wolf Creek
World Trade Center
Youngblood

Total Unwatched: 56
Watched: 49

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About a Boy
All the President's Men
Before Sunrise
Before Sunset
Chinatown
Dream on Silly Dreamer
Finding Forrester - 2/22/07
Godfather III
In the Company of Men
The King of Comedy
Little Nikita - 1/5/07
Mosquito Coast
Network
Talladega Nights
The Thing Called Love
This Old Cub

I have other DVDs I haven't watched yet, but I've seen the movies before. These I haven't seen.

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It's a good time to plow through some of these unwatched dvds...the next few weeks are incredibly feeble for DVD new releases.

I've got a ton of classics to watch. I just got Bette Davis Volume one (volume two was outstanding) and I'll see all of those films this week. Probably do my Jimmy Stewart signature set too, even though NONE of those films interest me on their face value. And Clark Gable as well. Should be fun.
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My list which I know won't be finished by end of 2007 and not even finished by the end of 2008.

12 Monkeys 02/01/07
16 Blocks
24 Season 1
24 Season 2
24 Season 4
24 Season 5
3 Extremes
3 Extremes II
Aeon Flux
Akira
An American Haunting
American Me
Apocalypse Now: The Complete Dossier
Assault on Precinct 13 (original)
Audition Uncut Special Edition
Back To The Future Triology
-Back To The Future
-Back To The Future II
-Back To The Future III
Batman Begins
Beerfest 03/18/07
Big Lebowski 01/15/07
Black Dhalia
Black Hawk Down Extended Cut
Blade Runner Directors Cut
Blood Simple
The Boondocks Season 1
Brazil Criterion Collection
Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid
Carlito's Way
Children of The Corn 02/18/07
Christopher Reeves Superman Collection
-Superman 1
-Superman 1 Donner Cut
-Superman II
-Superman III
-Superman IV
Clear and Present Danger
Clockwork Orange 01/08/07
Collateral
Cowboy Bepop THe Movie
Crash (2004)
Dane Cook Vicious Circle
Da Vinci Code
Dave Chappelle's Block Party
Dazed and Confused Criterion Collection
Dead Presidents
The Deer Hunter
Descent 01/07/07
Devil's Rejects 01/22/07
Die Hard Triology
-Die Hard
-Die Hard 2 Die Harder
-Die Hard With A Vengeance
District B13 01/21/07
Dog Day Afternoon 01/28/07
The Doors 15th Anniversary Ed.
Down by Law Critertion Collection
Drugstore Cowboy 01/25/07
Entourage Season 1
Equinox Critertion Collection
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas Criterion Collection
Fearless
Feast
Final Destination 1
Final Destination 2
Firewall
The Fog (1980)
Four Brothers 01/23/07
Full Metal Jacket
Ghost Dog 02/09/07
Godfather Part I
Godfather Part II
Godfather Part III
The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
Goodfellas
Goonies
Gremlins
Halloween 02/25/07
Hard Boiled
Hard Candy 01/03/07
Harry Potter-Chamber of Secrets
HP- Goblet of Fire
HP- Prisoner of Azkaban
HP- Sorcer's Stoner
History of Violence
Hostel 01/07/07
House Season 1
House Season 2
Ice Harvest
Ichi the Killer 02/04/07
Idiocracy 01/16/07
Idlewild
Inside Man
Jackass #2 01/05/07
Jackie Brown 01/25/07
JFK
Jimmy Buffet Live at Wrigley Field
Kids 03/07/07
Kill Bill Vol 1 02/03/07
Kill Bill Vol 2 02/03/07
The Killer
Kill Zone 02/18/07
King Kong
King OF New York
Kiss Kiss Bang Bang 02/18/07
LA Confidential
Lady Vengenance
Land of The Dead 03/08/07
Layer Cake 03/11/07
Little Miss Sunshine 01/26/07
Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrells
Lost Season 1
Lost Season 2
Maid, The
Mean Streets
Memento 01/24/07
Miami Vice
Munich
Naked Lunch Criterion
National Lampoons Animal House
Nip/Tuck Season 2
Nip/Tuck Season 3
Office Season 1
Old Boy 01/10/07
Omen (2006)
Once Upon A Time In America
One Flew OVer The Cuckoo's Nest
Patriot Games 01/22/07
Pink Floyd's The Wall
Pirate's Of Caribbean: DMC
Platoon 01/27/07
Police Story
Poltergeist
Prison Break Season 1
Protector
Psycho (1960)
Pulp Fiction
Rear Window
Resevoir Dogs 03/04/07
Saving Private Ryan D-Day Anniv. Ed.
A Scanner Darkly 01/04/07
Scarface
Sentinel
Se7en 02/19/07
Shaun of The Dead 01/21/07
The Shielld Season 1
THe Shield Season 2
Sin City
Snakes on a Plane 01/07/07
Snatch
Sopranos Season 1
Sopranos Season 2
Soparnos Season 3
Spike Lee Collection
-Clockers
-Do The Right Thing
-Crooklyn
-Mo Better Blues
-Jungle Fever
Superman Returns
Syrianna
Taxi Driver 03/01/07
Texas Chainsaw Massacre(1974)1/19/07
Traffic 01/29/07
Transformers The Movie 20th Anniv.
Transporter 2
Two For THe Money
United 93
The Untouchables
Usual Suspects 01/18/07
Vertigo
Videodrome Criterion 02/07/07
Walk The LIne
Warriors 01/08/07
Wedding Crashers
Weeds Season 1
When The Levees Broke
Willy Wonka and The Chocolate Factroy
The Wire Season 1
The Wire Season 2
Wolf Creek 02/22/07
World Trade Center

New Movies Added To The List
Crank 01/31/07
TCM (2003) 02/04/07
TCM: The Beginning 01/30/07
Aquateen Hungerforce Volume 4
Raging Bull Special Edition
Dr. Strangelove 40th Anniv. Ed.
Festival Express 02/08/07
Saw III UR 02/05/07
Narc 01/31/07
Rush
Silence of The Lambs CE
Hollywoodland
The Grudge 2 UR (Steelbook) 02/10/07
Shogun Assassin
The Departed Best Buy Ed 02/13/07
Delirious 02/16/07
Unknown 02/15/07
Sympathy for Mr. Vengenance 02/25/07
Bourne Identity
Bourne Supremacy
Farhenheit 9/11
Tale of Two Sisters
Bolwing for Columbine
Enter the Dragon Sp Edition
Casino Anniv. Edition
Flags of Our Father
Police Story 2
Us Vs John Lennon 04/01/07
The Pedro Almodovar Collection
-Matador
-Law of Desire
-Women on The Verge of A Nervous Breakdown
-The Flower of My Secret
-Live Flesh
-All About My Mother
-Talk To Her
-Bad Education
Aqua Teen Hunger Force Volume 3
Blues Brothers 25th Anniversary
Mallrats 10th Anniv 03/03/07
Marie Antoinette
Grudge Directors Cut
Half Nelson 02/21/07
Infernal Affairs 02/25/07
Infernal Affairs 2
Infernal Affairs 3
The Prestige
Fight Club
Unforgiven Spec Ed
Boogie Nights
Lost Boys
Shawshank Redemption
Batman
Batman Returns
Mystic River
Silent Hill
The Illusionist
Bob Dylan Don't Look Back 65 Tour Deluxe Edition
Million Dollar Baby
Gothika 03/02/07
Stranger Than Fiction
Babel
Aqua Teen Hunger Force V2
Aqua Teen Hunger Force V1 04/04/07
SNL: First Season
Birds
Panic Room 03/04/07
Cocaine Cowboys 04/13/07
A Bronx Tale
Borat 03/14/07
Fifth Element
Casino Royale
Tideland
Lone Wolf and Cub: Sword of Vengeance
Lone Wolf and Cub: Baby Cart at the River Styx
Lone Wolf and Cub: Baby Cart to Hades
Lone Wolf and Cub: Baby Cart in Peril
Lone Wolf and Cub: Baby in the Land of Demons
Lone Wolf and Cub: White Heaven in Hell
Blood Diamond
Re-Animator
Bodyguard Kiba
Bloody Reunion
Children of Men

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Old 01-03-07, 08:32 AM
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I've got a few DVD box sets piling up.

Mary Tyler Moore seasons 1-4
Partridge Family seasons 1 & 2
My Name is Earl season 1
Friday the 13th box
Fantasia Anthology
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The Office S2 (US Version)
The OC S1
The OC S2
Family Guy V2
Family Guy V3
Supernatural S1
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Mods, can we make this a sticky? Quite a few people have signed up and it's a year long event.
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Glad I don't put off watching what I buy...

I'm glad I try and watch my DVDs as I purchase them. More than once, I've run across some defective discs (mostly picture "freezes"), and had to return them in exchange for a working copy.

Not sure how retailers would feel about returning a DVD months or over a year after purchasing them, to inform them the discs have a defect of some kind, even with the purchase receipt!

Only thing I haven't gotten around to watching currently are the last four discs in the "Saturday Night Live: Season 1" set, which I got as a Xmas gift...
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Count me out. I think about half my collection is unwatched. Good luck to all those who try!
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My list is on the first page (and boy, it is a big list), and I managed to knock out 3 movies yesterday. I very rarely get to watch that many, but work got cancelled so I took advantage of my free time. If I keep going at that pace, I think I'll do good (although I'm sure I'll keep buying and the list will grow as well).
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So, what is everyone's criteria for calling something "unwatched"? I realize it's pretty self-explanatory at first glance, but since I have a few DVDs where I've actually seen the movie but haven't actually watched the DVD I bought (The Babe, Mr. Baseball, Black Moon Rising, Superman Returns, Batman Begins, Over The Hedge, Cars, etc.), I thought I'd ask if a lot of people's "unwatched" DVDs are really things they haven't seen, or DVDs they've bought of movies they know they like, but just haven't gotten around to actually playing the disc yet.
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I listed everything. If I bought it and haven't opened it to view it, it is unwatched, regardless if I have seen it before. I feel that if I spent the money on the DVD, I should at least view it, even if I've already seen it.
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Originally Posted by Michael Corvin
I listed everything. If I bought it and haven't opened it to view it, it is unwatched, regardless if I have seen it before. I feel that if I spent the money on the DVD, I should at least view it, even if I've already seen it.
Absolutely. I was just wondering what percentage of people's DVDs are completely new to them, or if they are familiar titles they bought in case they wanted to see them again, but haven't yet got around to it.
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Ahh. Now you are getting into "Blind Buy" territory which is another whole topic. But don't most people buy movies they have already seen? I know DVD has pretty much invented the "Blind Buy" term because of ridiculously low pricing and sales, but I'd still say most stick to what they know.
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Originally Posted by Michael Corvin
Ahh. Now you are getting into "Blind Buy" territory which is another whole topic. But don't most people buy movies they have already seen? I know DVD has pretty much invented the "Blind Buy" term because of ridiculously low pricing and sales, but I'd still say most stick to what they know.
I really can't believe how many people blind buy DVDs who would never even buy VHS tapes of movies they did like. My girlfriend's parents used to rent tapes all the time, but now they just buy the DVD when it comes out. And I'd say they haven't watched the vast majority of what they've purchased. Once in a while I'll make a blind buy, but I'm not buying every movie that comes out on Tuesday. There are too many bad movies for me to wager that I'm buying a good one without having seen it.

My criteria for "unwatched" is basically synonymous with blind buy. If I had seen the movie before I bought the DVD, I figure I'll definitely watch it again. It's the ones I haven't seen yet I have to make a point of watching.
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My list, this is going to take me months. But I vow not to buy a DVD unit I watch the majority of these:

Aladdin: The King of Thieves
Aladdin: The Return of Jafar
Alfred Hitchcock: The Masterpiece Collection
Alice in Wonderland
Almost Famous: The Bootleg Cut
Amadeus
Anastasia
Angels in America
Antwone Fisher
Apocalypse Now: The Complete Dossier
Bambi
Bambi II
Beast Wars Transformers: The Complete First Season
Beast Wars Transformers: The Complete Second Season
Beast Wars Transformers: The Complete Third Season
Beauty and the Beast
Before Sunrise
Before Sunset
Ben-Hur
Blown Away
Call Me: The Rise And Fall Of Heidi Fleiss
Carlito's Way
Casablanca
Combien tu m'aimes?
Dancer in the Dark
Dark Crystal
Das Boot
Dazed and Confused
Dead Poets Society
Derailed
Desperado / El Mariachi
Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights
Dirty Pretty Things
Doctor Zhivago
Dungeons & Dragons: The Complete Animated Series
Escape from Alcatraz
Escape from New York
Explorers
Fantasia
Fantasia 2000
Frantic
Frequency
Gia
High Fidelity
House of Flying Daggers
Indecent Proposal
Insomnia
Jackie Brown
James And The Giant Peach
La Femme Nikita
Lolita
Malèna
Manhunter
Maverick
Miami Vice
My Own Private Idaho
Oliver Twist
Once Upon a Time in America
Once Upon a Time in Mexico
Outbreak
Red Dawn
Red Heat
Remember the Titans
Robots
Romancing the Stone / The Jewel of the Nile
Serendipity
Sliders: The First and Second Seasons
Sliders: The Third Season
Space Jam
Spirited Away
Spy Kids
Spy Kids 2: Island of Lost Dreams
Spy Kids 3: Game Over
Stitch! The Movie
Stuart Little 2
Supergirl
Tears of the Sun
Terms of Endearment
The Ant Bully
The Browning Version
The Cider House Rules
The Deer Hunter
The Emperor's Club
The Fly / Return of the Fly
The Fly / The Fly 2
The Fox and The Hound
The Jack Ryan Special Edition DVD Collection
The Little Mermaid
The Majestic
The Outsiders
The Producers
The Secret Garden
The Sound of Music
The Sword of Doom
The Thomas Crown Affair
The Truth About Cats & Dogs
The Ultimate Scream Collection
The Untouchables
Thelma & Louise
Unforgiven
Wall Street
We Were Soldiers
West Side Story
Whale Rider
Wimbledon
Winter Sleepers
World Trade Center
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Since the birth of the HD-era of DVDs, I've stopped buying movies unless it's dirt cheap, like
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Originally Posted by Mike Adams
So, what is everyone's criteria for calling something "unwatched"? I realize it's pretty self-explanatory at first glance, but since I have a few DVDs where I've actually seen the movie but haven't actually watched the DVD I bought (The Babe, Mr. Baseball, Black Moon Rising, Superman Returns, Batman Begins, Over The Hedge, Cars, etc.), I thought I'd ask if a lot of people's "unwatched" DVDs are really things they haven't seen, or DVDs they've bought of movies they know they like, but just haven't gotten around to actually playing the disc yet.
You were right the first time Mike. It is self-explanatory as in the O.P.'s thread title ... unwatched DVDs are unwatched DVDs ... nothing to do with the films themselves as there is another forum for that.
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2 days and 4 dvds from my unwatched pile are now watched.
But added 7 dvds to the pile today.

I consider ANY dvd I have not watched to be unwatched, even if I saw the movie on VHS or something.
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3:15
At Midnight I'll Take Your Soul
Badlands
Barbarian Goddess
Bobby Jo & The Outlaw
Bride of the Monster
Devil at your Heels
Godzilla: Destroy All Monsters
Haxan
Imprint
In My Skin
Kill Bill: Volume 2
Kingdom of the Spiders
Lady Snowblood
Lorna
Motor Psycho/Good Morning...& Goodnight
The Patriot
Phantom of the Opera (Chaney)
Sugar Hill
Tintorerra
The Thing With Two Heads
The Wicker Man (Theatrical Cut)
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Originally Posted by bodomnet
2 days and 4 dvds from my unwatched pile are now watched.
But added 7 dvds to the pile today.

I consider ANY dvd I have not watched to be unwatched, even if I saw the movie on VHS or something.
Is that negative progress?

I'm sure I will be adding a few throughout the year as well.
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Mods, can we make this a sticky? Quite a few people have signed up and it's a year long event.
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Unwatched dvd means I haven't watched the DVD. When choosing something to watch, I prioritize unwatched/unseen movies/programs over previously-watched ones that I have seen before in another format.
I have definitely done a lot of blind buys, but I also base it on something--reviews, or similarities, or actors, etc; and a 5 buck blind buy, or a TV series at 80% off, is not too much of a risk.
I think it's impossible for me to watch everything this year, even with trying to sell some I had second thoughts on. My first goal is 50% of "my" titles in DVDPro being watched.
Of my 151 unwatched, on first glance, about 10 are my wife's or boy's; probably about 75-80 are total blind buys; the rest are either movies I've seen in the past, or tv shows I have seen at least some of.
Going through DVDPro, I found a title that wasn't marked as "watched'. Whoohoo. Unfortunately, it wasn't on my list in my first post.
Is there a way to export DVDProfiler's database to excel including 'watched' or 'view history'?

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Mine is kinda split. A lot of my movies are blind buys that I bought cheap to try the movie and I actually haven't seen the movie yet. Of course, most of the TV Shows I've seen, I just haven't watched that actual DVD yet. So, mine's a mixture...
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You can count me out. I love having an unwatched pile. I currently have about 25 unwatched movies and that's just about perfect. There's a nice selection to match whatever mood I happen to be in when the time comes to watch something. I like having that choice. The down side to this of course is that I always seem to be working on my unwatched pile and find very little time to re-watch stuff. But I just got a 56" HD TV and that's giving me a great excuse to revisit some old favorites.

I also have about 7 or 8 TV series unwatched, but I just picked up seasons 2-5 of 24, so that put me a little behind.

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