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Criterion Collection Blu-ray/DVD coming soon

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BlairCo wrote:Image

Faptastic. :clap:
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I just shot an email to Jeremy Theobald, asking a question about the release of Larceny and Tarantula. In the email, I told him he has tons of loyal fans.

Not that this will do a whole lot, but everyone who has a Twitter, whether you use it or not (I hardly do ever) should follow him.

https://twitter.com/Jeremy_Theobald

Just show your love, say hi or something and thank him for his work...or something. NOLANFANS too, should follow him.
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Insomniac wrote:New, restored high-definition digital transfer, supervised by director Christopher Nolan, with uncompressed monaural soundtrack on the
Blu-ray edition
New 5.1 surround sound mix by sound editor Gary Rizzo, presented in DTS-HD Master Audio on the Blu-ray edition
Audio commentary by Nolan
New interview with Nolan
Chronological rendering of the story
Side-by-side comparison of three scenes in the film with the shooting script
Doodlebug (1997), a three-minute film by Nolan, starring Jeremy Theobald
Trailers
PLUS: A booklet featuring an essay by film critic and programmer Scott Foundas

Makes me even more excited.
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BlairCo wrote:
Insomniac wrote:New, restored high-definition digital transfer, supervised by director Christopher Nolan, with uncompressed monaural soundtrack on the
Blu-ray edition
New 5.1 surround sound mix by sound editor Gary Rizzo, presented in DTS-HD Master Audio on the Blu-ray edition
Audio commentary by Nolan
New interview with Nolan
Chronological rendering of the story
Side-by-side comparison of three scenes in the film with the shooting script
Doodlebug (1997), a three-minute film by Nolan, starring Jeremy Theobald
Trailers
PLUS: A booklet featuring an essay by film critic and programmer Scott Foundas

Makes me even more excited.

You know its the same stuff as on the DVD? The only thing new is the essay, restored film and Doodlebug now on the disc.
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ryan4butler wrote:
BlairCo wrote:Makes me even more excited.

You know its the same stuff as on the DVD? The only thing new is the essay, restored film and Doodlebug now on the disc.

I don't have the DVD.
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BlairCo wrote:
ryan4butler wrote:You know its the same stuff as on the DVD? The only thing new is the essay, restored film and Doodlebug now on the disc.

I don't have the DVD.

Can you not get it where you live?
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ryan4butler wrote:
BlairCo wrote:I don't have the DVD.

Can you not get it where you live?

No.
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I have the DVD but I want it ALL. :-D
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ryan4butler wrote:You know its the same stuff as on the DVD? The only thing new is the essay, restored film and Doodlebug now on the disc.


Ahem...

New interview with Nolan
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It's the strangest thing. As of yesterday, I went to look for my Following DVD and I can't find it. I DID lend it to 2 people but they gave it back, so I don't know where it is. So I'm asking this to people who have it. One of the special features was a side by side compassion ("second angle") to the shooting script.

The Criterion release says it has that but for 3 scenes.

On the original DVD release was it only 3 scenes as well or the whole film?

Thanks
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