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Old 07-22-2014, 12:38 PM
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Default 'Flatliners' (Reissue) - High-Def Digest Review

E has reviewed the reissue of 'Flatliners'. Here's what he thought.

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Old 07-22-2014, 12:54 PM
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Ha I remember this movie but totally forget what happens. Haven't seen it in years.
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Ha I remember this movie but totally forget what happens. Haven't seen it in years.
Spoiler Alert: Everybody dies.
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Spoiler Alert: Everybody dies.
LOL
Seems like a better line(bad pun intended) than the tagline on the cover art:
Some lines shouldn't be crossed
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Really odd as to why they wouldn't use the same lossless audio as Sony's blu-ray release. I'm now fearing that they won't be using a lossless track on the theatrical edition of Donnie Brasco that they'll be releasing....
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This is one of those "look how young everyone looks!" movies. Hard to believe at one time Jack Bauer was going to marry Julia Roberts, isn't it?
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Really odd as to why they wouldn't use the same lossless audio as Sony's blu-ray release. I'm now fearing that they won't be using a lossless track on the theatrical edition of Donnie Brasco that they'll be releasing....
That's typical Mill Creek incompetence for you.
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That's typical Mill Creek incompetence for you.
I have a couple of pretty decent Mill Creek releases though. The double feature that has Hollywood Homicide was a pretty decent release. Their blu-ray release of When a Stranger Calls / Happy Birthday To Me was surprisingly very good as well. It's just too hit-and-miss with them overall I guess.
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The double feature that has Hollywood Homicide was a pretty decent release.
The one with Hollywood Homicide? You can't fool us. You bought that disc to get Hudson Hawk!


If Mill Creek were ever to pair up Hudson Hawk and Color of Night on a Bruce Willis double feature, I would totally buy that for $5. I have no interest in the two movies those are each currently paired with, however.
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The one with Hollywood Homicide? You can't fool us. You bought that disc to get Hudson Hawk!


If Mill Creek were ever to pair up Hudson Hawk and Color of Night on a Bruce Willis double feature, I would totally buy that for $5. I have no interest in the two movies those are each currently paired with, however.
That's why I bought mine!
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