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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by JJandJanice, Sep 10, 2006.
I just bought Tiny Toon Adventures: Crazy Crew Rescues
Went to Target today to get some things and took the opportunity to pick up some Blu-rays.
Argo - Awesome movie, hands down the best movie of 2012. I hope it wins big on Sunday.
Monsters, Inc. 3D - I missed the 3D re-release in theaters, wanted to upgrade the movie to a Blu-ray for a while like I've wanted to all the Pixar films I haven't gotten to yet.
The Best of Whose Line Is It Anyway? - I've wanted DVDs of this show for a while and this was the cheapest, so I snapped it up finally thanks to a gift card.
Pixar Short Films Vol. 2 - Been waiting for this to come out since getting the first one.
As far as I can remember:
Muppets Magic: Because there's a lot of great material on there
Old School Volume 3: Because duh!
Being Elmo: I got a B&N gift card and this was the perfect thing to spend it on
Barney Loves You - A set of three Barney DVDs I already have for only $13?! Sign me up!
(It's a completist thing)
I haven't picked it up yet, but it's looking like since I just printed out a $7 off coupon for it I'll be buying the 3D Blu-ray of Wreck-It Ralph on release day after all. I'm sure I'll pick up something esle there too since I'm such a Blu-ray-grubbing guy. I'll let you know on Tuesday.
ScBig haul today...
Wreck-It Ralph - Thank you $7 off coupon. Besides, it's an awesome movie and if I own Brave (have I mentioned how much I hate that movie as of late? ), I'd want to own a much better animated movie from last year to go with it.
Schindler's List - It was coming out today and I want more Spielberg in my DVD collection and I figured this would probably be a good Spielberg movie to start with.
E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial - This was spur of the moment since Staples completely failed me when I went to go buy a digital camera yesterday and came out emptyhanded so I had a bit more money to splurge today. I went with buying this for the same reasons as Schindler's List and that it was cheap enough. It's a great movie anyway so why wouldn't I want to own it?
Play with Barney. Because Barney's name and face are on it.
The Land Before Time. This movie brings back so many childhood memories of mine.
Since I was given a considerable amount of spendature for my birthday, I decided to invest in a few new DVDs.
I got the first two TOY STORY movies - 1 to replace my 20-year-old VHS copy, and 2 because I never owned a copy of it . . . so it's kind of nice to see 3 isn't alone on my shelf anymore.
I also got THE GREEN MILE, as it's a really superb movie with a stellar cast, and great acting; I'm a little surprised I would enjoy such a dramatic movie, but I do.
I also ordered the first two seasons of THE ODD COUPLE (Tony Randall and Jack Klugman, thank you very much) - I intend on purchasing the other seasons, but at a later time, I decided to just order the first two to start with.
The two most newest DVDs I bought for me were.
Gremlins 2: buy one get 1/2 sale at FYE, so why not.
Old School Volume 1: Next I have to track down the last volume 3.
The Spongebob Movie Sponge Out of Water because of good reviews and my love of kids movies
Last time I bought a DVD was when I went Christmas shopping at Best Buy last year. I bought four movies:
Muppets Most Wanted - Bought this because of obvious reasons.
Frozen - Bought it so me and my family could watch it together. I haven't seen the whole movie yet, weird enough.
Full Metal Jacket - I've wanted to see the whole movie after I heard about it a while ago. I was interested in seeing what Marine boot camp was like, and knowing Stanley Kubrick directed the film, I decided to get it.
Office Space - I used to spend lots of time on YTMND, and I knew the "I believe you have my stapler" meme came from this. I thought the plot summary was interesting, so I bought the movie. I haven't had a chance to watch the entire movie yet.
Gosh, I couldn't began to list all the DVDs and Blu Rays I bought since the last time I've posted here. But here are a few I bought recently in the past year or so...
Muppets Most Wanted- Being a member on this forum should explain that.
Batman: Assault on Arkham- Because I love Batman. And the fact that one of my geek crushes Harley Quinn is in it.
Plus a ton more super hero themed movies and tv show DVDs including the 1994 Fantasic Four series, the last two Superman movies, the Amazing Spider man 2 and Batman vs Robin.
Kim Possible all seasons- Costed me some good money but I wanted it so, I'm happy.
The California Raisins Collection-I've been waiting to get this for awhile now. Good fruit singing Motown claymation fun.
I'm sure there are more, but I can't list them all right now,
Stewie Griffin:The Untold Story. It was the funniest Family Guy episode EVER! Although, I was hoping for a Muppet reference. They even showed David Bowie without talking about Labyrinth, .
The Alvin Show. 3 episodes only, but it's a treat just to own some of this rare cartoon eye candy in high quality. I wouldn't mind double dipping when more DVDs come out, if ever.
I just recently got the 80's Q-bert cartoon series on DVD. The show that was originally part of the Saturday Supercade series. It's great reliving that old rare cartoon based on a video game again. http://tvshowsondvd.com/n/21659
Bought the complete Beetlejuice the Animated Series DVD set for my fan-project what with wanting to have immediately accessible images of characters that don't have individual pages nor pics at the BJ Wiki.
Old School volume 3
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