They've cost the entertainment industry $1 billion!
And makes a Columbia Record Club joke.
Probably neither of the two new things Hollywood is announcing today!
"We don't know what Paramount is up to, but it's highly objectionable," says the prez of the National Association of Theatre Owners.
"The racial polarization you had, when this film was made, is not in the New York City I know today."
General Electric has invented a disc that can hold 500 gigabytes of data — or 100 DVDs.
At least they're Criterions and not porn!
No word about the subtitles, though.
DVDs are okay. DVDs that don't work are ... useless.
And by "curious," we really mean "terrified."
New York's Criterion Collection is the latest outfit to begin streaming video.
The show's season-two DVD contains footage from its live performance at UCB during the writer's strike. Ah, memories!
Since almost none of brilliant and reclusive filmmaker Chris Marker’s work is widely available, documentary distributor Icarus Films should be lauded for somehow gaining permission to release four of Marker’s films on DVD.
If you like the slick sixties art direction of 'Mad Men,' you won’t be disappointed by the forties finery of 'Married Life.'
Even the em>Punk'd-averse may find themselves seduced by Kutcher's himbo antics for the first time.