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Re: Your DVD Collection
« Reply #120 on: July 9, 2003, 12:15 PM »
I caved in and paid premium for one of the best movies ever...

 
One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest (2 Disc Special Edition)

Great flick, great DVD.  Recent events ( ;) ) actually inspired me to put it in again last night.  Movies don't get too much better than Cuckoo's Nest, which swept the major awards at the 1976 Oscars.

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Re: Your DVD Collection
« Reply #121 on: July 9, 2003, 12:48 PM »
Just bought "Earth Girls are Easy". I needed something to break my weekend tradition of watching UHF while still keeping the "cult" vibe alive.

If someone would buy $13.00 worth of stuff from my sale list, I'd get "Alien" 20th Ann. edition.  8)

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Re: Your DVD Collection
« Reply #122 on: July 9, 2003, 05:27 PM »
OK here's mine...

Includes the kids titles and all that good stuff...

BarBar
Charlotte's Web
DBZ -Betrayal
DBZ- Lord Slug
E.T. Collectors 2 disc
Harry Potter Sorceror's Stone
Harry Potter Chamber of Secrets
Ice Age
Jimmy Neutron the movie
Monsters Inc
Muppets in Space
Schoolhouse Rocks 2 disc set
Scooby Doo The Movie (live actors version)
Shrek
Sponge Bob Sea Stories
The Care Bears movie
Thomas The Tank movie
Toy Story
Toy story II
Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory

8 Mile ---cheapie DVD w/ a bundle at Wally World 2 for 15
15 Minutes
13 Ghosts
2 Weeks Notice
About A Boy ---wife's of course  ::)
American Beauty ---incredible movie making
Analyze This
Barbarella --- mmmm young Fonda in latex
Batman the movie 60's version
Billy Madison
Blow --- Johnny Depp one of the best
Can't Hardly Wait ---actual funny 90's teen flick
Cheech and Chong's Still Smokin'
Creepshow
Deliverance ---squeal like a pig  ;D
Detroit Rock City --- KISS BABY!!
Dog Day Afternoon ---PACINO BABY!!
Donnie Brasco ---DEPP & PACINO BABY!!
Empire ---cheapie with 8 Mile
Empire Records ---if you worked in record store you'd love
Falling Down ---Douglas but CRAZY
Fight Club 2 disc ---have to have
Friday the 13th
From Hell
Goodfellas
Guilty by Suspicion
Halloween ---the most evil man out there... well back then
Halloween II
Hannibal ---the most evil man now
Higher Learning
Jaw Breaker ---YUMMY Rose
Meet the Parents ---laugh every time
Memento
MIB
MIB II
Monsters Ball ---boring to hell even wife agreed
Office Space ---OMG CLASSIC!!
Pee Wee's Big Adventure
Planet of the Apes original --damn dirty apes
Planet of the Apes new
R2-D2 Beneath the Dome
Red Dragon
Salems Lot
Scary Movie 2
Shallow Hal
Spiderman
Star Wars Phantom Menace
Star Wars AOTC
Star Wars ANH original widescreen
Star Wars Empire Strikes Back original widescreen
Star Wars Return of the Jedi original widescreen
The Excorcist
The Excorcist III
The Fast and the Furious
The Green Mile
The Karate Kid ---wax on... wax off...
The Last Castle
The Man with 2 Brains
The Swap
There's Something About Mary ---there's just something...
The Warriors ---this is what 70's gangs are all about
Thumb Wars
Training Day
Vanilla Sky
Wild Style ---CLASSIC Hip-Hop and B-Boys
Gotta love me or leave me alone....

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Re: Your DVD Collection
« Reply #123 on: July 10, 2003, 01:06 AM »
Updated today, after tonights 3 purchases which are in bold:

24 - Season 1
Austin Powers: IMoM
Austin Powers: TSWSM
Austin Powers: Goldmember
Bandits
Blade
Earth Girls Are Easy
Fast and the Furious
Gone in 60 Seconds
Harry Potter - Sorcerors Stone
Harry Potter - Chamber of Secrets
Life or Something Like It
Linkin Park - Frat Party at the Pankake Festival
Lord of the Rings: FOTR
Lord of the Rings: TTT (Screener)
Ocean's Eleven (2001)
Once Were Warriors
Osbournes - Season 1
Predator
Predator 2
Signs
Snatch
Spaceballs
Star Wars: TPM
Star Wars: AOTC
Three Kings
UHF
The Waterboy
X Files: Fight the Future
X-Men 1.5


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Re: Your DVD Collection
« Reply #124 on: July 21, 2003, 11:29 PM »
Since I'm a Led Zep Lunatic I picked up the Led Zeppelin 2 disc DVD today, very awesome stuff.

2001 : A Space Oddysey
Apocalypse Now (REDUX)
Batman Returns
ECW : Path of Destruction
Enemy At The Gates
Ghostbusters
Ghostbusters II
Goodfellas
Jurassic Park 3
Labyrinth
Led Zeppelin
Lord Of The Rings : Fellowship of the Rings
O' Brother Where Art Thou
One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest (2 Disc Special Edition)
Patton
Pearl Harbor
Planet Of the Apes ('68)
Star Wars : Episode 1 : Phantom Menace
Star Wars : Episode 2 : Attack of the Clones
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III
Terminator 2 : Judgement Day (Extreme Edition)
The Birth Of A Nation
The Dark Crystal
The Godfather Box Set
The Matrix
The NeverEnding Story
X-Men (1.5)

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Re: Your DVD Collection
« Reply #125 on: July 22, 2003, 03:39 AM »
Altered States
Amadeus
An Evening With Kevin Smith
Batman
Breakfast Club
Chasing Amy
Clash of the Titans
Class
Clerks
Contact
Creepshow 1 & 2
Cube
Deep Impact
Dogma
Exorcist 3
Fast Times at Ridgemont High
Fatal Attraction
Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
Firestarter
Freeway
Fright Night
Good Will Hunting
Halloween 1 & 2
High Fidelity
Ice Age
Insomnia
Jacob’s Ladder
Jay & Silent Bob Strike Back
JFK
Legend
Mad About You – 1st season
Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein
Nightmare on Elm Street
Othello
Predator
Pretty in Pink
Pump Up The Volume
Real Genius
Red Dragon
Revenge of the Nerds 1 & 2
Silence of the Lambs
Sixteen Candles
SLC Punk
Some Kind of Wonderful
Spider-Man
Star Wars AOTC
Star Wars TPM
Stay Tuned
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
The Black Hole
The Doors
The Karate Kid (always look eye)
The Living Daylights
The Lost Boys
The Prophecy
The Rocky Horror Picture Show
The Terminator
Tombstone
Toy Story 1 & 2
Very Bad Things
Vision Quest
Weird Science
Wet Shorts: The Best of Liquid Televsion
Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory
X-Men
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Re: Your DVD Collection
« Reply #126 on: July 22, 2003, 08:43 AM »
Anyone else here use Guzzlefish to keep track of your DVD collection?  It's a website that allows you to keep a database of your DVD collection, as well as your CDs and video games if you so desire.  It will even keep your "stats", such as the amount of money your collection is worth, the number of out-of-print discs you have, and who your "favorite" directors, actors, and film genres are, among other things.  You can also make a wishlist of titles that you want to get.

The site keeps a total of the statistics for the entire site, so you can see what the most popular DVD is (hint: it's the first movie in a trilogy which we're waiting for the third movie for), and you can also see what other users have got.  So, if you've got an album that you think you're the only person in the world that likes, you can find out if someone else has it, and see what other titles they've got that you might enjoy.

It's totally free, and for the most part, inputting titles is a breeze--all you have to do is type in the UPC number, and it's in.  Takes a little while if you've got a lot of stuff, but I'm glad I did it.

You can see my DVD collection here, if you want:

http://www.guzzlefish.com/collection.php?username=virex&mediatype=D

And there's also links to my CD and game collections there, at the top of the page.  (Oh, and save any snarky comments about the Playboy Anna Nicole Smith or Showgirls DVDs, will ya?  I've already made fun of them in my own self-deprecating way earlier in this thread.  Thanks.)  ;)

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Re: Your DVD Collection
« Reply #127 on: July 22, 2003, 10:36 AM »
I have all mine in an Excel spreadsheet but will soon update to guzzlefish.  Thanks for the link, Virex.

So far, the only two movies I have in guzzlefish are Best in Show and Waiting for Guffman, which I just received from Amazon.
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Re: Your DVD Collection
« Reply #128 on: July 23, 2003, 03:35 PM »
Anyone else here use Guzzlefish to keep track of your DVD collection?  

Now I do.  ;)  Thanks for the link.
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Re: Your DVD Collection
« Reply #129 on: July 24, 2003, 06:46 AM »
Here's my DVD collection in all its guzzlefish glory.

Very easy to use and update.  A few upc codes didn't work and some of my movies didn't have them due to being promotional items, but it's easy enough to look them up by title and add them to your collection.

Thanks again, Virex.
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« Reply #130 on: July 24, 2003, 12:41 PM »
Here's my DVD collection in all its guzzlefish glory.

Very easy to use and update.  A few upc codes didn't work and some of my movies didn't have them due to being promotional items, but it's easy enough to look them up by title and add them to your collection.

Thanks again, Virex.

Hey, no problem.  Glad you guys like it (even had to put a couple of titles from your collection on my wish list, Mikey).  :)

You mentioned one of the two issues I have with Guzzlefish--the first being that a few of the UPCs didn't work.  I had that happen to me, too.

My other (bigger) problem is that for box sets (and this goes for both DVDs and CDs) that have multiple movies (or albums), they're only counted as one title.  So, like with the Die Hard box set for example, it only counts for one, while I personally count it as three, three different movies.

It has especially affected my CDs total, where I have several box sets with three, four, or five albums in them, that are only counted as one.  My Led Zeppelin: The Complete Studio Recordings box, which is nine albums, only counts as one on their list.

I've considered going back and taking the box sets out, and putting the individual albums in, as the number would be closer to what I actually have, but I'm still undecided on that.

Anyway, happy Guzzlefishing!   :P

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« Reply #131 on: July 24, 2003, 12:49 PM »
I agree with you on how guzzlefish counts movies.  Before guzzlefish, I had everything listed in an excel spreadsheet where I labeled each movie individually (all three Godfather movies seperate, ditto with BttF, DH and the Godzilla box set, among others).  In excel, I have 146 movies.  On guzzlefish, 130.  No biggie, but they should count each as an individual movie.
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« Reply #132 on: July 24, 2003, 01:39 PM »
Just glanced over your list Virex and added a few of your haves on my wish list also.

CDs and games are next on the list for me to input.
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« Reply #133 on: July 24, 2003, 02:54 PM »
I've also got an account on Guzzlefish now, I've told a friend about it, too. Great stuff. So far I've got my DVD's added, some PS2 games, and a few CD's.

http://www.guzzlefish.com/collection.php?username=swansong

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« Reply #134 on: July 24, 2003, 02:59 PM »
Yeah, I showed it to the wife last night and she was impressed.  She usually gives two ***** about stuff like that.  She's spreading the word at work.
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