Here are the new DVD and video releases for Tuesday, December 4th, 2001
ALMOST FAMOUS: THE BOOTLEG CUT (DVD)- Man! Have I been waiting for this one! The best film of 2000 is now available as a special edition! Check out these features and then go buy it!:
ï†Color, Closed-captioned, DTS Surround Sound, Widescreen, Dolby
ï Commentary by Cameron Crowe & his mom, Alice Crowe
ï Production notes
ï Theatrical trailer(s)
ï 2 DVDs and 1 CD of 6 Stillwater Songs
ï Two versions of the film: Almost Famous Untitled: The Bootleg Cut – Director’s Edition with 36 minutes of never-before-scene footage & the original cut
ï A new behind-the-scenes featurette
ï Deleted scenes with commentary including Stillwater’s Cleveland concert featuring 6 original songs
ï Cameron Crowe’s Top 10 albums of 1973
ï Shooting script with Cameron Crowe’s notes
ï Original Rolling Stone articles with commentary
ï Nancy Wilson’s original music made exclusively for the DVD menus
ï Widescreen anamorphic format
ï†Number of discs: 3
Need I say more?!
BILL & TED’S EXCELLENT ADVENTURE (DVD)- One of the great stupid films of all time bows on DVD for the first time.
BILL & TED’S BOGUS JOURNEY (DVD)- And so does it’s good but not as great as the original sequel.
PEARL HARBOR (VHSs & DVD)- Yes, this year’s worst film, that many people (other than me) actually liked, comes home with a rash of features and such. It’s still not a great film, but it looks and sounds great on DVD.
DIRTY ROTTEN SCOUNDRELS (DVD)
JOHN CARPENTER’S GHOST OF MARS (VHSr & DVD)
AMERICAN OUTLAWS (VHSr & DVD)
SUMMER CATCH (VHSr & DVD)
BABYLON 5: THE GATHERING & IN THE BEGINNING (DVD)
STING – ALL THIS TIME (VHS & DVD)
U2: ELEVATION TOUR 2001 (DVD)