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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaneyes View Post
    A cheapo Blu-ray purchase, which will probably be given away.

    Yes, outside of some effect (Costume and Production Design Oscar wins), I'd heard it's another Baz Luhrmann stinker. As were bombs Australia and Moulin Rouge! He must be finished as a film director. I mean, how could one film Moulin Rouge! and The Great Gatsby in Australia.

    Sidenote: Re previous The Great Gatsby, I've seen the 1949 and 1974 films (not the 1926). Maybe a slight edge for the '49, though neither lingered in my memory bank.
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    That's the one I mean , with Mia F and Robert R.
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    Finally out and for sale at Amazon.
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    Hopscotch (1980), starring Walter Matthau, Glenda Jackson, Sam Waterston. Directed by Ronald Neame ('The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie', 'Scrooge'). Written by Brian Garfield. Comic revenge is sweet, as is Mozart in Salzburg.

    Brian Garfield is also creator of the Death Wish (1974) franchise. That revenge being on a more serious note.


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    Just arrived.
    Side effects.
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    Sirk - All That Heaven Allows

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    Seymour
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    Christian Bale, The Machinist.

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    The Birds
    Family Plot
    Frenzy
    The Man Who Knew Too Much
    Marnie
    Rear Window
    Saboteur
    Shadow Of A Doubt
    Topaz
    Torn Curtain
    The Trouble With Harry
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    Vertigo
    Psycho
    Psycho Bonus Disc - The Hitchcock Legacy
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    "In or out?"



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    Last time i counted i had like 500 something dvds. So im trying to thin out my collecion a bit and not BUY everything that slightly peaks my interest but my last couple purchases were Black Rain on blu ray and Interstellar, and Chaplin's The Kid on criterion blu ray

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zimmer80 View Post
    Last time i counted i had like 500 something dvds. So im trying to thin out my collecion a bit and not BUY everything that slightly peaks my interest but my last couple purchases were Black Rain on blu ray and Interstellar, and Chaplin's The Kid on criterion blu ray
    I think we've all been there, I gave them away to a senior home, they can watch them together.
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