03-02-2009 02:09 PM #1PeterB Guest
'The Reader' -- pre-release thread
Weinstein Co. has announced the Kate Winslet Oscar getter for Blu:
Extras include five featurettes and a dozen deleted scenes.
Strangely, the Blu arrives two weeks after the DVD, on April 28.
MSRP is $34.95.
03-02-2009 02:36 PM #2Member
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I'll pick this one up on Blu for sure."There will not be a 400 dollar ps3. God, that's like the titanic running into another iceberg... Stop your FUD."
03-02-2009 02:42 PM #3
Good movie but can't see myself ever wanting to watch it againGamertag: chowdachad
03-03-2009 02:01 AM #4
I'm bitter about this movie because it got a lot of nominations that movies like The Wrestler deserved.
That being said, it'll be cool to finally catch it on Blu-ray.
03-03-2009 03:23 AM #5
its a mediocre film at best and there was probably at least 5 films more deserving of some of the nominations it got at the Oscars i might pick it up eventually if it ever hits around $10ish, and it still wont be a priority then...
03-03-2009 08:42 AM #6
i'm looking forward to this one... love me some Kate Winslet
haven't seen it yet, so i can't attest to the movie itself
03-03-2009 08:47 AM #7
This remains the only one of 5 BP noms I didn't see this year so I look forward to it!PS3 40GB (living room), Panasonic (bedroom)
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03-12-2009 06:51 PM #8
Cover art I have:
A Nightmare on Elm Street Blu-ray Reviewwww.blu-news.com
04-16-2009 11:40 AM #9
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