- From Jeremy Robinson
I see from the Hollywood trade papers that John Boorman's going into battle
again this summer, shooting another mediaeval, knightly movie (no doubt pushed
along by LOTR's success).
Just hope it's not going to be as naff and camp as 'Excalibur'!
- Do the news stories say anything about the John Boorman film other than the
fact that it has a medieval setting? (And, for what it's worth, I liked
- Speaking of Excalibur, on one of my rare customer service
into the DVD section of the store, I noticed we had a 2dvd
and Ladyhawke for $22.99 It must be available at other stores,
Almost enough to make me go buy a DVD player.
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> Excalibur and Ladyhawke for $22.99 It must beFWIW, you can get both DVDs for a total of $19.78 (shipping included) from
> available at other stores, I'd think. Almost
> enough to make me go buy a DVD player.
DeepDiscountDVD.com. And you should buy a dvd player anyway. :)
"There are more of them than us."
- Herb Caen
- From: "Bill" <lunacy2@...>
> ...I noticed we had a 2dvd set, ExcaliburIf you can afford it, it's worth it. They really do have excellent picture
> and Ladyhawke for $22.99 It must be available at other stores,
> I'd think.
> Almost enough to make me go buy a DVD player.
quality and so many DVDs have interesting additional material on them in
addition to the movie -- I feel I get more bang for my buck. We bought a
DVD player when the local Blockbuster seemed to be carrying more movies on
DVD than on VHS.