One of the few films in my collection I will have purchased SIX TIMES in various home video formats.
Another film never released on DVD or Blu-ray that I've been waiting YEARS for.
It's not a film I watch very often, but when I do, it's not because I'm feeling miserable and seek to compound that misery by viewing the film as a presciently bleak political statement.
Chuck's action movies grew less interesting the more his characters came to rely on guns and rockets instead of his hands and feet
Late Nineties Crap Noir. Very anti-audience. Oliver Stone riffs on John Dahl, a la psilocybin mushrooms.
I wondered, does this seller even realize which transaction they've been disputing? Or do they just send out emails to buyers whenever they get a feedback rating of less than five stars?
This kind of promotional gimmick for home video releases has always annoyed me. It's always felt condescending, as if we're supposed to swayed by, what's basically, "If you liked that really popular movie So-And-So was in, then you're gonna love this movie!".