11-30-2007 02:06 PM #1PeterB Guest
'Bonnie & Clyde' -- pre-release buzz
Warner has announced the classic 'Bonnie & Clyde' for Blu-ray (and HD DVD):
Tech specs aren't in yet, but extras include a new documentary, a History Channel TV special, deleted scenes and wardrobe tests.
THe disc streets March 25, and retail is $28.98.
11-30-2007 03:53 PM #2
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11-30-2007 04:23 PM #4
I'm glad to see Warners going back a few decades for Hi-Def. It would be great if we could get Hi-Def versions of many of the beautiful remasters Warners has done on their and MGM's classic films from the Thirties and Forties (WB has control of the old MGM films).
11-30-2007 06:05 PM #5
I am glad for everyone that enjoyed this movie. I remember seeing part of it and never having the desire to watch it again. I will pass on this one.My mancave:
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12-01-2007 05:59 AM #6Founding Member
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I am so looking forward to this! One of my most favorite films of all time! Thank you, Warner!Konrad
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12-01-2007 01:17 PM #7
And, way to go WB. Just like with the early days of DVD, while other studios are putting a cautious toe in the water, WB dives in with both feet. Within two years of launch, WB will have released two of the most important movies of the 20th century in high-def (Bonnie & Clyde and The Wild Bunch).
12-12-2007 02:10 PM #8
Very nice looking set, did anyone notice that that the media on the pictures of both releases caries the Blu-ray logo only?
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12-12-2007 02:15 PM #9
Nice looking set
Warner does it again!
12-12-2007 04:08 PM #10The emergence of a single, high-definition format is cause for consumers, as well as the entire entertainment industry, to celebrate.
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12-12-2007 04:20 PM #11Banned
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That's great packaging.
12-12-2007 04:42 PM #12
I've heard the words Bonnie & Clyde before, but not never seen the movie. Is this somewhat like a gangster movie? I guess I will IMDB & Wikipedia it...HDTV: Panasonic 58" TC-P58S2 Plasma
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12-12-2007 04:46 PM #13
Don't like the packaging myself. But hey all releases welocome
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Something interesting I noticed. Looking at another website that does upcoming DVD, HD DVD & Blu-Ray titles, there was no listing for a BD release. Looked on Amazon and there is no pre-order for the BD release. Only HD DVD and DVD.
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