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Tue 21/09/04 at 21:16
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Ok, here's the plan. List your 30 favourite DVDs of all time here, in this topic. The idea is that most of them will overlap and we should be able to pick out the 10 that come up the most. If there are several that appear the same amount of times then we will narrow them down in a vote at that time.

This is for DVDs remember, so it includes the discs with the best extras as well as movies, but could just as well be in your list because the film is so amazing.

Might even give people an idea of what to buy next!

So, go list...
Mon 27/09/04 at 14:34
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Reefer wrote:
> I still don't see T2: Ultimate Edition (not extreme) with the Tin Case
> on there.

Didn't realise they were different, so counted them as one. How many of each are there so I can amend my list?
Sun 26/09/04 at 19:13
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pb wrote:
> munn wrote:
> pb wrote:
> Ok, So far, the order is:
>
> Place Film
> 1 Back to the future Trilogy
>
> Sure about that?
>
> I know I counted it more tahn once. 5 or 6 (excluding my vote just
> there).
>
> Hmmmmmmmm.
>
> 1 doesn't mean how many people listed it...hence the word 'Place' on
> the title, suggesting it is in first place (ie: more people listed
> that than anything else)...

Ah, whoopsie, I do apoligise, though I figure it would be easier if you listed the number of people who'd listed each DVD, (I was wondering why 8-Mile had 6 votes....) becasue that way it's easier to see a gap opening up.

But it's your choice of course.
Sun 26/09/04 at 19:04
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I still don't see T2: Ultimate Edition (not extreme) with the Tin Case on there.
Sun 26/09/04 at 18:46
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witch-king wrote:
> Anyone seen Stand By Me?

Yargh and i was first person to put it on my list, shame on you all !
Sun 26/09/04 at 18:39
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munn wrote:
> pb wrote:
> Ok, So far, the order is:
>
> Place Film
> 1 Back to the future Trilogy
>
> Sure about that?
>
> I know I counted it more tahn once. 5 or 6 (excluding my vote just
> there).
>
> Hmmmmmmmm.

1 doesn't mean how many people listed it...hence the word 'Place' on the title, suggesting it is in first place (ie: more people listed that than anything else)...
Sat 25/09/04 at 15:42
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I saw it ages ago. It had Wil Wheaton in, who incidentally, ruled in Star Trek: The Next Generation.
Sat 25/09/04 at 15:26
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"END OF AN ERA"
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That'd be on my list. Priceless film. had a younger Kiefer Sutherland I recall. The Goonies is also legendary.
Sat 25/09/04 at 15:16
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with River Pheonix. Saw it a coup;e of years back. pretty good film from what i canm remember. Why?
Sat 25/09/04 at 15:13
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"END OF AN ERA"
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Anyone seen Stand By Me?
Sat 25/09/04 at 15:10
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witch-king wrote:
> Just slightly

I know WK could have gone on for more but i thought that i would stop!

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