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    Sin City

    I finally got around to watching, and holy shit, was that good. I was expecting good, but that was REALLY good.

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    Re: Sin City

    Yup...it's my favorite Comic Movie (followed in a close second by Hellboy).


    The Uncut, Unedited, Uranted version (or whatever the hell it's called) on Sin City is also my favorite DVD to own.
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    Re: Sin City

    Quote Originally Posted by Lab-Rat
    Yup...it's my favorite Comic Movie (followed in a close second by Hellboy).


    The Uncut, Unedited, Uranted version (or whatever the hell it's called) on Sin City is also my favorite DVD to own.
    How is that one different than the regular one?

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    Re: Sin City

    Quote Originally Posted by Shepherd
    How is that one different than the regular one?

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    It's 2 discs.

    Disc one has the theatrical version of the movie along with a bunch of standard DVD extras like Commentary, behind the scenes stuff, etc.

    The second disc has each story seperated into it's own movie and scenes were added back to each story. Each story really does stand well on it's own. It also has your typical Robert Rodriguez extras like the 10 minute flic school, 10 minute Cooking school, and a few other neat little things.
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    Re: Sin City

    Quote Originally Posted by Lab-Rat
    It's 2 discs.

    Disc one has the theatrical version of the movie along with a bunch of standard DVD extras like Commentary, behind the scenes stuff, etc.

    The second disc has each story seperated into it's own movie and scenes were added back to each story. Each story really does stand well on it's own. It also has your typical Robert Rodriguez extras like the 10 minute flic school, 10 minute Cooking school, and a few other neat little things.
    That sounds pretty good. And I can imagine that each story would stand well on its own.

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    Re: Sin City

    I watched it for the 1st time last weekend. Great movie.

    My wife hated it. She said everyone "mumbles, and that was really annoying".
    I just shook my head at her.

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    Re: Sin City

    The two disk set also comes with The Hard Goodbye graphic novel. It's tiny. Super tiny, but it's there and it's a cool bonus.

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    Re: Sin City

    Since getting the 2-DVD set, I think I've watched this movie five times...and I akmost never watch a movie more than twice. There are just so many goodies on the DVD that I can't stop.
    I especially liked the part about how Rodriguez talked Miller into making the movie.


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    Re: Sin City

    Quote Originally Posted by Kirbys corpse
    Since getting the 2-DVD set, I think I've watched this movie five times...and I akmost never watch a movie more than twice. There are just so many goodies on the DVD that I can't stop.
    I especially liked the part about how Rodriguez talked Miller into making the movie.
    So how DID that go down? And for that matter, how is Tarantino involved in the movie? Special guest director? Huh?

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    Re: Sin City

    Quote Originally Posted by Shepherd
    So how DID that go down? And for that matter, how is Tarantino involved in the movie? Special guest director? Huh?

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    All that stuff is explianed in the DVD. It's worth the $29.99.


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