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DVD Profiler OnlineNew posts in this threadWhat DVDs have you bought this week?  (1 2 3 ...396 )
Donnie Darko

Region 1

Released: 2/15/2005

Anamorphic 2.35

Serial Killing 101

All Regions

Released: 3/30/2004

Widescreen 1.85

DVD Profiler OnlineNew posts in this threadWhat Blu-rays have you Bought this Week  (1 2 3 ...230 )
Ouija: 2-Movie Collection

Regions ABC

Released: 1/17/2017

Widescreen 1.85

Blair Witch

Regions AllRegions AllA

Released: 1/3/2017

Widescreen 1.85

Android Technical SupportNew posts in this threadNot  able to 'Sort' my collection
Somehow I am not able to sort out my collection alphabetically in the android version. Am I missing something obvious? I want A-Z

General DiscussionNew posts in this threadMiscellaneous Reviews  (1 2 3 ...104 )

Title: Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children
IMDb |Wikipedia |Trailer |
Year: 2016
Director: Tim Burton
Writer: Ransom Riggs (Original Material By), Jane Goldman (Screenwriter)
Rating: Rated PG-13 : Intense Sequences of Fantasy Action, violence and Peril
Length: 127 Min.
Video: Widescreen 1.85:1
Audio: English: DTS-HD Master Audio: 7.1, Audio Descriptive: Dolby Digital: 5.1, Spanish: Dolby Digital: 5.1, French: Dolby Digital: 5.1
Subtitles: English, French, Spanish

Eva Green as Miss Peregrine
Asa Butterfield as Jake
Samuel L. Jackson (1948) as Barron
Judi Dench as Miss Avocet
Rupert Everett as Ornithologist
Allison Janney as Dr. Golan

From visionary director Tim Burton comes a "wildly imaginative" (Julian Roman, MovieWeb.com) fantasy-adventure. When 16-year-old Jake unravels a mystery that spans alternate realities and times, he discovers a secret world for children with unusual powers, including levitating Emma, pyrokinetic Olive, and invisible Millard. But danger soon arises and the children must band together to protect a world as extraordinary as they are. Immerse yourself in this "big, bold, and perfectly peculiar" (Silas Lesnick, ComingSoon.net) experience.

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My Thoughts:

I have been curious about this one since the first time I saw the trailer. And I must say... it didn't let me down. Great story line... loved the characters... and the cast all did a wonderful job. Now I never read the book to compare... but going in new to all the characters I really enjoyed myself. I don't know if it is meant to be... but it felt like this film could easily fit in with the Harry Potter universe. I definitely recommend this one... well worth the time put in to watch it.

My Rating:

General DiscussionNew posts in this threadbbbbblog  (1 2 3 ...84 )

Contribution DiscussionNew posts in this threadcommon name for Director / Cinematography / DoP / Producer / Writer: C. Pennington-Richards, C. Pennington Richards, C. M. Pennington-Richards, Pennington Richards  (1 2 )
Quoting Merrik:
You keep looking at just the CLT results, ...

That's what we are told by the rules.

As I said before, it is more important to get a common name, than if it the most accurate ever. Therefore I try to keep it as simple as possible, which means, everything currently in the CLT is valid, everything else is nice to have, but cannot be counted until it actually is in the CLT. Waiting for people who did not gather any credits at all, is like waiting for Godot. ... I'm really working hard for common names, but I won't contribute profiles, which I don't own at all, for common name threads either...

General DiscussionNew posts in this threadafter 20 years.. my first Region B Blue Ray disc  ... Oh Oh ...
Sadly there are few options for multi-region bluray players.  I had the opposite problem in that being in Australia we are Region B so I had to do my homework before buying from an American store to ensure the disc was region free. 
But as always the grass can be greener on the other side of the fence and there were movies I really wanted on Bluray but were Region A.  I bit the bullet and bought a multi region player.  Admiringly its nit the highest quality but it works quite well (we have a brand or two in the budget range that can have the region code changed in the setup menu). 

So, the best thing I can suggest is do some hunting around and various players and budgets and a lot of googling to see what brands allow region changes or modification.