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    The God of Biscuits Jeff Beachnau's Avatar
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    Best Packaged DVD/Blu-ray

    Just curious, but what's the best packaged film you own?

    I think for me it's gotta be tied between the Blu-ray of Gravity (a very thin and cool covering), The Departed (which is in a sort of tin covering), and the criterion of Fanny and Alexander, which is just awesome.

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    I'm quite fond of my Special Extended DVD edition of the LOTR trilogy.


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    The Social Network bluray was packed beautifully

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    Quote Originally Posted by tyjagi View Post
    The Social Network bluray was packed beautifully
    That and Gone Girl have great packaging.

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    Speaking of Gone Girl, I got the Blu-Ray cuz it was on sale and it came with an Amazing Amy comic

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    Quote Originally Posted by Julia View Post
    I'm quite fond of my Special Extended DVD edition of the LOTR trilogy.
    Me too! I'm not planning on making the upgrade to Blu, either, for it - I heard they messed up the color on Fellowship, and I wasn't impressed with the color tinkering when the films were released into theaters a few years ago, so I'll stick to the DVDs they're perfect.

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    I bought this a few weeks ago when it was on sale:


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    Anniversary box set for Gone with the wind, Lawrence of Arabia, Sound of music and Casablanca are all to die for.

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