Is there anyone out there who has yet to watch Slumdog Millionaire, the non-Bollywood made-in-India masterpiece?
OK, maybe you live in Siberia or Antarctica.
Not to worry.
The eight-Oscar winner is coming to Blu-ray and regular DVD on March 31 at disgustingly high prices.
The Blu-ray version costs $40 and the DVD version $30.
It is still making 12 mil./week in theaters.. They probably think it will run out of steam in 30 days
God knows how many million buckets of tears our Bollywood veterans shed over the success of Slumdog Millionaire.
1. So you think we made a mistake on the price in our post.
Don’t get your hopes up, kiddo.
Go to the end of the second para in the original press release issued by Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment today. As we wrote in the post, the Blu-ray version costs $40 and the DVD version $30.
Amazon prices are lower as they usually are for a lot of products. Hope you paid attention to the list price on Amazon.
2. You add no value because you try to play the gotcha game with a poor grasp on the facts.
On an entirely different note, did you by any chance review the movie Jab We Met?
No, we didn’t review it but we’ve seen it.
We like the song Yeh Ishq hai a lot but it seems very similar to Angun’s Etre Una Femme.
did you watch Pulp Fiction by the way?
quite an engaging movie.
Looks very interesting. Will watch in three or four days.
my friend is having the slumdog millionaire dvd for the past two months
But the DVD is releasing only on March 31.
How come your friend has the DVD?
Is he/she/it a movie reviewer, judge at a film festival or is it a 😉 pirated copy?
Pulp Fiction got screwed by Forrest Gump at the ’95 Oscars.. Pulp should have atleast beaten out Gump in the best picture category at the ’95 Oscars. IMDB users also agree. (PF – ranked 4, FG – ranked 44). Paisa Vasool!
We’ll watch Pulp Fiction soon. Three Blockbusters near our place don’t carry it. Strange.
Hey.. watch “The Talented Mr. Ripley” which was set in 1950s New york. Recently watched it in Library DVD – enjoyed the movie and particularly different theme and screen play – Guys watch it and review it.
Ah, the marvels of the U.S. library system.
After seeing your comment a few minutes ago, we checked our local library’s online catalog. They had The Talented Mr.Ripley. So, we rushed over there…unfortunately, the library had the VHS cassette not the DVD. We did not borrow it since we do not have the time or patience to hook up the VCR to the home theater.
In the meantime, we borrowed Deepa Mehta’s The Republic of Love & Lost in Translation (Bill Murray, Scarlett Johansson).
We’ll get The Talented Mr.Ripley from one of the other libraries or Netflix.
Thanks dear government, for getting us the Oscars!
And we’re claiming credit for e=mc2.