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Hell has frozen! I've gone Purple! and anyone find Oceans set or Shrek HD DVD today?

Old 11-15-07, 10:28 AM
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I guess Warner Brothers is still having distribution issues with their titles.
I honestly don't understand how a major studio could set a release date for a popular title and not have the stock or ability to distribute it. Especially considering the Ocean's Trilogy is the only way to get Ocean's 11 and 12 in HD. And it's the holiday season. Instead of building demand, it loses momentum.
Old 11-15-07, 01:02 PM
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Has anyone seen these sets at Costco?
Old 11-15-07, 05:01 PM
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So has anyone seen the Oceans trilogy HD set anywhere?

The manager at Fry's told me that there was some snafu with the publishers with the HD set - they had the BluRay, but no HD yet.
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Amazon is saying mine is shipping the 19th.
Old 11-15-07, 06:32 PM
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Originally Posted by slop101
So has anyone seen the Oceans trilogy HD set anywhere?

The manager at Fry's told me that there was some snafu with the publishers with the HD set - they had the BluRay, but no HD yet.
My local Best Buy showed that it was in stock when I checked online, but of course they couldn't find it when I got there. (They had Bluray on the shelf.) If and when I do spot a copy of the HD DVD set, I plan on buying it. If Deep Discount ever gets one in stock and ships it to me, I'll take that copy back to the store because DD is much cheaper.
Old 11-15-07, 08:08 PM
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My local Walmart had plenty of both BluRay and HD sets for the Ocean's Trilogy.
Old 11-15-07, 08:21 PM
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I picked up the Oceans HD set yesterday at Best Buy. I was debating between HD or BD, and as they were sold out of BD, it made my decision for me.

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