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I absolutely love DVDs. I currently own 1485 exactly, with over 2000 discs total.
I try to submit stuff every day to IMDB, mostly related to making-of documentaries and DVD related info. In 2004, I was the 73rd top submitter to IMDB with over 19,000 items and was 95th on 2005's list with over 20,000.
[popcorn]MY TOP 10
3)Arlington Road (1999)
4)Fight Club (1999)
6)Pulp Fiction (1994)
7)The Matrix (1999)
8)Lawrence of Arabia (1962)
1)Paul Thomas Anderson
3)Robert De Niro
1)Black Hawk Down: Deluxe Edition (3 discs)
2)Alien Quadrilogy (9 discs)
3)Fight Club (2 discs)
4)Seven: New Line Platinum Series (2 discs)
5)Kill Bill: Vol. 1 (Japanese Boxed set)
LEAST FAVORITE SPECIAL EDITION DVDs
1)Windtalkers: Director's Edition (3 discs)
2)Star Wars Trilogy (4 discs)
3)Goodfellas: Two-Disc Special Edition
4)Jaws: 25th Anniversary Edition
BEST DVD PRODUCERS
1)Charles de Lauzirika
2)David Britten Prior
The Spirit of Christmas (1992)
Must see for South Park fans!!
This is pretty funny considering it looks and sounds terrible. It's really interesting to see how Trey Parker and Matt Stone started out with South Park, and they created a very demented and vulgar short film. Within this short, we see a switch of characters: the fat kid, better known as Cartman on the TV series, is named Kenny and is the first to get killed. The hood-wearing kid, who is known as Kenny on the TV series, is the second killed and is not given a name. And the other two (Stan and Kyle) also remain nameless in this short. You'll never look at snowmen wearing top hats the same ever again.
A fairly well explained theory.
I saw this on the 2 disc release of "From Hell". This is an old documantary focusing on an author's theory that he invettigated for years, with numerous sources. The reason that this documentary was made was because of an inspired documentarian who read the author's book of the same name. The theory that 3 major people were involved and 2 were actual killers of only 5 murders. Like I said, this is only a theory, one that the film "From Hell" took into great consideration for their film.
To access this feature on the 2 disc DVD, select "Absinthe makes the heart grow fonder" at the bottom of the main menu, press down and then right on your remote to highlight a knife on screen and press enter to view it.
Schindler's List (1993)
Though a Great Film, It's Very Disturbing.
This is what filmmaking is all about. Telling brilliant stories that keep the audience interested. Visually, the film is excellent, black & white can reveal so much more. B&W may seem creepy but is definately needed for this picture. Spielberg thought it was necessary to tell this tale, and he was right. Some scenes within this film are terrible, but only beacause of their brutal realism. It's hard to believe that something like this actually happened. If my comments here seem to be negative, they're not. I still give this movie a strong 10 out of 10.
One of the Only Classics Of the 90's
Se7en has always caught my attention, and has always been my second favorite film of all time. From the fist viewing to the 10th, there were no signs of boredom. I have always been attracted to the "edge of your seat" thrillers, this one being the best of all in my opinion.
Twist endings are becoming somewhat customary in today's films. This film did not follow pictures like "The Sixth Sense", but came out 4 years prior to the commencement of the so called "tricking the audience" idea. Though even after seeing a whole truckload of movies with the now overused cliche of a surprise ending, you'll still be impressed with what this film has to offer. This tops my list of the greatest films of all time, somewhere in the top 5, it's hard to decide. Director David Fincher has supplied a very gritty & dark film. Almost film noire, almost horror and almost a thriller, but is in a class of its own.
The Silence of the Lambs (1991)
This is by far, one of my favorite films of all time. This film stands alone and does not need to have sequels and prequels. Of course it was great to hear that 'Hannibal' was going to be an upcoming sequel to the film, but was not necessary and is completely different in the style of filmmaking. Then when we learned of 'Red Dragon', i was worried that the studios were only in it for the money. And yes, they were. Be that as it may, Silence will always be the first thing to come to mind when we hear the names Anthony Hopkins, Jodie Foster and even Hannibal Lecter. The others will be forgotten whereas this true originator of the Hannibal Lecter series (minus Manhunter) will always be remembered until film reaches its end. I strongly recommend this picture, not to say that I don't recommend the sequels & prequel, it's just that they're all in a class of their own.