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20th Anniversary Edition SE 2-Disc DVD for 2008?

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View Poll Results: 2008 20th Anniversary SE DVD?
Rain Man
13
7.26%
Working Girl
3
1.68%
Mississippi Burning
6
3.35%
Bull Durham
5
2.79%
Dangerous Liaisons
15
8.38%
The Accidental Tourist
2
1.12%
Coming to America
5
2.79%
Willow
11
6.15%
Beetlejuice
101
56.42%
Other (Please Specify)
18
10.06%
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20th Anniversary Edition SE 2-Disc DVD for 2008?

Old 09-14-07, 10:22 AM
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Originally Posted by nateman241
I voted for Beetlejuice but I would most definitely like too see They Live
Beetlejuice is in desperate need of an SE

They Live would be nice for the small portion of poeple who love this movie
Old 09-14-07, 10:40 AM
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Originally Posted by NoirFan
Adventures of Baron Munchausen

They Live
Those would be my choices as well - though outside of a commentary, there's not much they can do for They Live, but there's a lot of good stuff that was on the Munchause laser-disc that they can put onto dvd along with, say, new interviews and commentary that can shed light on what a disaster the making of this movie was. But since Columbia/Sony has no interest in any movie more than 5 years old, I'll doubt we'll ever see it...
Old 09-14-07, 12:21 PM
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My vote is for Bonnie & Clyde. A personal favorite of mine, that really needs an upgrade.

*Note - I know this is planned, but there has been little to no info on it, so that is why I voted as such.
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Another vote for Scrooged.
Old 09-14-07, 12:27 PM
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Out of those listed, Rain Man (with Beetlejuice as a runner up).

EDIT: Scratch the Risky Business comment. I got my years mixed up.

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Look slike I am in the minority, but my choice would be Working Girl.
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Beetlejuice Beetlejuice Beetlejuice i want that to come out in a s.e dvd
Old 09-14-07, 01:32 PM
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I picked Beetlejuice also. I also would like to see Willow and They Live in SE. I saw Willow and They Live both when they were released in the theatre. Man, I can't believe that was 20 years ago.
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(Aside from Beetlejuice) Colors
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Originally Posted by RevKarl
The Quiet Man
(runner-up: Annie Hall)
Old 09-14-07, 04:29 PM
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^ Yeah, a couple people on page 2 didn't really read this before voting. This is for 20th Anniversary SE's only...

Of note: Coming to America just had a re-release this year, didn't it? Kind of diluting the poll with its presence at this point.
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Originally Posted by DoubleDownAgain
My bad... I missed the giant "20th Anniversary"...(it's been a long week...)

My vote: As Tears Go By (aka Wong Gok Ka Moon)
Runner-up: Married to the Mob (if they did an "extended" version on the second disc incorporating all the scenes from the end credits.)

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Old 09-14-07, 06:19 PM
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the current Rain Man disc is enough.
Old 09-14-07, 11:35 PM
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The Great Outdoors.
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Beetlejuice by far.
Old 09-15-07, 03:21 PM
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Originally Posted by Trevor
Another vote for Scrooged.


I would definitely get this, ashame the previously announced SE never was released.

I'm sure there are other movies as well, but I don't have time to search through all movies by the year they were released.
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TUCKER is a great American movie which everyone ages 14 to 24 should watch.
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Not Rain Man, Bull Durham, or Coming to America.


I'll go with Beetlejuice.
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You folks are going to force me to check out Beetlejuice again. I haven't seen it since the year it was released and I don't recall caring for it. That being said, I don't remember it all that well!
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Originally Posted by calhoun07
I haven't yet bought Beetlejuice and cannot believe they haven't done a proper release for that title yet. What gives?
Exactly. If one isn't released next year, I'm done with DVDs.
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Midnight Run
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MIDNIGHT RUN would be nice.

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Sorry if off-topic, but how about a FIFTIETH anniversary edition of The 7TH VOYAGE OF SINBAD with a new transfer from the negative? And a Harryhausen commentary? And new interviews with Kerwin Matthews and any other survibg cast members?

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