During the Criterion flash sale last week, I got Rebecca, The Great Escape and The Asphalt Jungle (all Blu-Ray).
Just upgraded Rebels Season 1 to Blu-Ray. Now I have no plans to buy any further Star Wars home video releases, ever.
I just upgraded Force Awakens to 4K. I also got the 2015 Lionsgate Blu-Ray of Terminator 2, the only competent HD release of the film.
Kubrick’s Lolita is one of his worst films, but is still a decent film.
FOX Video Fullscreen VHS if I’m eyeing the theatrical color timing and sound, and either Faces Widescreen VHS or Faces Laserdisc if I want to see the full widescreen image.
I’m looking for a custom SE of Empire that is mostly theatrical but contains the enhanced Cloud City from the Special Edition.
Only counting theatrical cuts, the head swap. For the D+ cuts, Jedi Rocks is still the worst.
Just got the concert Blu-Ray Williams: Live in Vienna, which contains new recordings of many iconic themes including The Imperial March, Hedwig’s Theme and Adventures on Earth.
Singin’ in the Rain (1952) This film is an essential masterpiece of cinema. The acting, singing and dancing is phenomenal. This film is the single best jukebox musical ever made.
The 2019 Blu-Rays of the Star Wars films are movie-only versions with the exact same terrible transfers as the 2011 Blu-Ray.
People don’t give silent era cinema the love and respect they deserve.
I added the CBS/FOX Laserdisc of Capricorn One to my collection. I weeded my DNR heavy Blu-Ray of Pinocchio. I am keeping the Classics VHS with Black Cauldron Trailer, Classics Restored Demo VHS and the Limited Issue DVD of Disney’s second animated masterpiece.
- The Empire Strikes Back
- The Last Jedi
- A New Hope
- Rogue One
- Return of the Jedi
- The Force Awakens
- The Rise of Skywalker
- The Phantom Menace
- Revenge of the Sith
- Attack of the Clones
I don’t get why you chose to leave in Greedo shooting first.
Do you plan on removing the incestuous kiss?
Fantastic Beasts 2: The Crimes of Grindelwald is a film that needs some editing.
Al Bowlly has one of the greatest voices in music.
If you believe in owning the source before getting ROTJ:Revisited, yes.
Game of Thrones: Season 8 due to a poor automated HDR-to-SDR conversion is too dark to make up any details during the Battle of Winterfell, resulting in a picture quality on par with the first VHS of Fantastic Voyage.
1812 Overture tells the story of the Russian victory over Napoleon Bonaparte.
Also, having Padme live once you get to Episode III fixes a major plot hole from ROTJ.
How does Anakin become Vader in this rewrite?
Wait till you get a PS5 or Xbox Series X. Then consider buying them.
The Sequels. Even though I felt Rise of Skywalker couldn’t hit the highs of Last Jedi, all of them are better films than the prequels. However, the novelization of Revenge of the Sith is better than both TFA and TROS, but not TLJ.
That’s so cool, having a press book.