Brief Film Reviews: My DVD/Blu-Ray Collection
In a very special episode, That Fellow In The Coat tells you exactly what is aligned on the DVD shelf behind him in the videos.
Date And Time: 2011-07-27 00:35:14Comment:
Where did you find a copy of the piano
Date And Time: 2010-08-16 18:57:43Comment:
WOW, how many of those were bought here in Brazil? Viagem de Chihiro, Lista de Schindler, Pequena Sereia, Piratas do Caribe, Encantada......
Plus I think you should see the book 1001 movies you must see before you die because you have, like, half of them in there.
I really envy your collection, but there are two things I don`t understand: why do you have LOTR 2 and 3 and don`t have the first? And you mentioned in one video, I think it was the Fritz the Cat one, that you didn`t ike Family Guy, so why do you have a Family Guy DVD?
Date And Time: 2010-07-16 12:47:26Comment:
Wow, Great Collection!
Name: Ryan Hipp
Date And Time: 2010-06-23 10:31:08Comment:
@Richard "Dark Knight" and "Aliens" are considered the best of their series and having/viewing the originals aren't entirely necessary to see them, so it kind of makes sense to have just them.
Name: Richard Grayson
Date And Time: 2010-06-02 23:16:02Comment:
He, nice collection (although I don't understand why you have sequels to some films but don't have the original (Like Dark Knight w/o Batman Begins and Aliens w/o Alien)).
You made me take a new look at my collection and recounted it. I found out that it was (not counting tv-series, short film collections and documentaries) I reached the number 214 movies. All DVD's though since I don't own a Blu-Ray player.
Still, you've got some movies I ain't got (yet) but that's the beauty of collecting things. The thrill when you get a new one to add to the collection =)
Name: Mike Dutton
Date And Time: 2010-06-02 04:15:01Comment:
It's cool that you have Thunderbirds Are Go, but I preferred Thunderbird 6 myself.
Date And Time: 2010-05-29 23:02:47Comment:
Date And Time: 2010-05-29 22:41:57Comment:
I organize my DVD/Blu-Ray collection differently. I do organize them alphabetically but they're not seperated by blu-ray/DVD/etc. They're all bunched together. Also W comes before X. You had X-Men before the W's and if you have more than one movie per franchise you put them in the order they were released in not alphabetical order. I don't have as many as you do though. That Fellow: Yeah, once I reach the W's, the order becomes a tad mixed-up, since I have to take into account the sizes of the box-sets. I also have a smaller part in the shelves where I put in the Blu-Rays and DVDs that I'm unable to fit in the taller shelves, so I have the Wallace & Gromits and Roger Rabbit and X-Men scrunched together. Futurama: Volume 4 is also on the same shelf as the Chaplins and Kubricks, whereas the other Volumes are with the rest of the television shows. So, after T2, the alphabetical order of the discs stop. Strange, I know, but I still manage to find what I want quickly.
Date And Time: 2010-05-29 22:41:01Comment:
Treat yourself and buy The Equalizer Season 1.
Name: Daniel Laux
Date And Time: 2010-05-29 21:45:23Comment:
I envy you Mr. Fellow. You have such a great DVD collection. I wish I had such a vast & diverse collection. Oh well, I guess I'll get started.