An absorbing commentary from David Fincher is at the centre of this stacked two-discer, the engaging helmer full of tech details and plot insight, and it’s backed up with chunky docs on the film’s production and the real Zodiac case.
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Dec 10th 2009, 12:13
I only saw one blu ray disc!! Where's Wall-E on blu-ray? Get with the times Total Film!
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Dec 10th 2009, 14:16
what was the first film to go on dvd?
Dec 10th 2009, 23:34
where the f**k was band of brothers?!?!?!?!?!?!?! it is an amazing series, ultra realistic and it's as if you've been dropped into occupied ffrance with the blu-ray version. get it right next time b***hes. p.s. i love lamp ;)
Dec 11th 2009, 4:00
Band Of Brothers Is my favorite DVD this decade. I must have watched it least over 10 times.
Dec 11th 2009, 8:31
Where is the collectors edition of Lawrence of arabia - surely that dvd with all of it's extras is better than dirty f**king dancing!!!!!
Dec 11th 2009, 10:48
Hadouken76: The first film to go out on DVD (in the UK0 was Twister :D
Dec 11th 2009, 10:53
bit of a s**t list really
nathan ditum FAIL
Dec 11th 2009, 12:51
I did have a bit of a fail - there were four Blu-rays in there I wrongly put in as DVDs. Fixed now - have a hunt for them...
The list itself has been meticulously constructed by the experts at DVD & Blu-ray Review, though, so I can't take credit for that. Though as someone who also owns the Band Of Brothers BR I gotta say - the show's still incredible, but the set, not all that.
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