Discuss North American DVDs and Blu-rays or other DVD and Blu-ray-related topics.
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As soon as I read Derek Malcolm's review of A View to a Kill and clocked that the first paragraph ended with "What more could any Bond fan want?", I just knew that that phrase would end up prominently emblazoned over all the advertising - a prediction that proved to be entirely correct.bottled spider wrote:Off topic, but one of the cheekiest abuses of selective quotation I've seen is the blurb on the back of a recent translation of Madame Bovary:
It's a shame that the review went on to itemise what more a Bond fan could want, was entitled to expect, but didn't actually get.
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It is weirdly disconcerting that the gray used on the background is very close to the gray used here for the background of posts, though I guess I can appreciate how it doesn't make someone immediately shudder.
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Making their UHD covers different than the regular Blu-rays is a good concept, even if it results in bad artwork.Mungo wrote:What, do they want to make their 4K Blus look like Twilight Time releases?
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I've never heard of this director or these movies before, but I'm going to be really disappointed now if all the posters for his films going forward don't use this photo somehow. (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau's name is misspelled, too!)