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Contribution DiscussionNew posts in this threadShould box sets have genres?  (1 2 3 ...5 )
While that might be true... that is not how this forum has always been used. People all the time bring up ideas for rules changes here since not everyone has access to the rules committee forum.

So when making a poll you really need to be 100% clear that you mean what is correct under the current rules. Or if you mean how you would prefer the rules to be.

Contribution DiscussionNew posts in this threadAnnouncement: Cast/Crew Contributions  (1 2 )
Quoting Ken Cole:
If the main contribution notes contain "cast", "crew", or "credits", then this field can be left blank.

For new alternate ID entries, the second field has to be filled, even if the word credits is in the first field.

General Home Theater DiscussionNew posts in this threadNew LG OLED 4K 3D TV  (1 2 )
From what I can tell, 3D has settled into a niche. They've given up on putting it in every home, but they are selling hard to people like me who buy 1 or 2 3D movies a month.

General DiscussionNew posts in this threadCat Macros aka LOLCats  (1 2 3 ...943 )

General DiscussionNew posts in this threadCan't forget us dog lovers ... post funny pics  (1 2 3 ...777 )

General DiscussionNew posts in this threadThe last pan & scan DVD?
The latest p&s DVD that I have is from 2012. But I wouldn't be surprised if some companies are still making cheap boxsets of B-movies containing p&s releases.

Excluding such boxsets, the latest I have is House of Long Shadows, released 18 Jan 2011. But that's a MOD disc. Also excluding MODs, the latest in my collection is Trouble in the Sky (aka Cone of Silence), released 27 Jul 2010.

Contribution DiscussionNew posts in this threadBlu-rays with DVD special features  (1 2 )
Quoting rdodolak:
Where should the bonus disc id and content be captured; under the box set profile?

There shouldn't be a box set profile if it's not a box set. You were responding to a question about single-movie releases. Special features for a movie should be on the movie's profile.

DVD Profiler OnlineNew posts in this threadWhat DVDs have you bought this week?  (1 2 3 ...398 )
Arrived in the post yesterday.

Penelope Keith's Hidden Villages: Series 1 & 2 Collection

All Regions

Released: 22/02/2016

Anamorphic 1.78:1

Jonathan Creek: Daemons' Roost

Regions: 2, 4

Released: 6/02/2017

Anamorphic 1.78:1

Six Wives with Lucy Worsley

All Regions

Released: 30/12/1899



DVD Profiler OnlineNew posts in this threadWhat Blu-rays have you Bought this Week  (1 2 3 ...233 )
Arrived in the post yesterday.

Tower of London

All Regions

Released: 13/02/2017

Widescreen 1.66:1

The Shadow

All Regions

Released: 8/06/2015

Widescreen 1.85:1

Doctor Who: The Power of the Daleks

All Regions

Released: 6/02/2017

Widescreen 1.78:1

It Came From Outer Space

All Regions

Released: 17/10/2016

Full Frame 1.33:1

Contribution DiscussionNew posts in this threadPinned: Titles with full casts submitted  (1 2 3 ...25 )
Full Cast & Crew.

Doomsday (2015) UPC: 625828641473
90 Percent Men (1988) Disc I.D. Disc: 1EF9-7F94-D2F2-7005
Best Walks with a View with Julia Bradbury (2016) EAN: 5060352302837
Antibirth (2016) EAN: 9341005007832
The Golden Age of Steam Railways (2012) EAN: 5019322349679
British Railway Journeys: Weymouth to the Isle of Wight (1996) EAN: 5060162457130
Stag Night of the Dead (2010) EAN: 9342424003030

General DiscussionNew posts in this threadMiscellaneous Reviews  (1 2 3 ...105 )

Title: Rush Hour
IMDb |Wikipedia |Trailer |
Year: 1998
Director: Brett Ratner
Writer: Jim Kouf (Screenwriter), Ross LaManna (Screenwriter), Ross LaManna (Story By)
Rating: Rated PG-13 : Sequences of Action/Violence and Shootings, and for Language
Length: 98 Min.
Video: Widescreen 2.40:1
Audio: English: DTS-HD Master Audio: 7.1, German: Dolby Digital: 5.1, Italian: Dolby Digital: 5.1, Spanish: Dolby Digital: 5.1, Spanish: Dolby Digital: 2-Channel Stereo, Czech: Dolby Digital: 5.1, Hungarian: Dolby Digital: 5.1, Thai: Dolby Digital: 2-Channel Stereo, Commentary: Dolby Digital: 2-Channel Stereo, Music Only: Dolby Digital: 2-Channel Stereo
Subtitles: Arabic, Bulgarian, Chinese, Croatian, Czech, Danish, English, Estonian, Finnish, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Icelandic, Italian, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Turkish

Ken Leung as Sang
Jackie Chan as Lee
Tom Wilkinson as Griffin / Juntao
Tzi Ma as Consul Han
Robert Littman as First Caucasian
Michael Chow as Dinner Guest

"Ain't never gonna have no partner," LAPD Det. James Carter insists. He gets a partner. And since that partner is played by dynamic martial arts legend Jackie Chan and motor-mouthed Carter is played by wisecracking Chris Tucker, Rush Hour zooms along with gleeful chemistry under the dynamic directorial hand of Brett Ratner. The case: rescue the kidnapped daughter of a visiting Hong Kong official. The result: amazing stunts (Chan does his own) and verbal wit (well, Tucker does his own, too!) that delivered a kick to the buddy-cop genre – and gave Chan his long-awaited, mainstream-U.S. breakthrough.

Scene Access
Audio Commentary
Feature Trailers
Deleted Scenes
Music Videos

My Thoughts:

This is a film I have always enjoyed. The entire franchise is probably my favorite that Jackie Chan had done. While I never been much of a fan of Chris Tucker... he is good in these films. Definitely worth the time put in to watch.

My Rating: