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20th May '13 9:23:16 PM
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* Made all the more annoying with ''Battleship'' since the disc menus are the same for the rental and full versions, but selecting any of the Special Features entries brings up a warning box informing you that your copy is a Rental version and to use a Full version to access those features.
9th May '13 6:55:29 PM
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* Like the early [=DVDs=], the first wave of CD reissues in TheEighties simply duplicated the original album releases without any extra material.
* Like the early [=DVDs=], the first wave of CD reissues in TheEighties simply duplicated the original album releases without any extra material. One notable exception was Rykodisc, which started as something of a musical version of TheCriterionCollection, reissuing critically acclaimed titles with extra tracks and remastered sound, something that's now par for the course for classic albums.
8th May '13 11:50:44 AM
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* Zig-zagged with ''AGoofyMovie''. The US 2000 release was full-screen and some bonus features (including a Goof Troop episode without its opening sequence, a trivia game, a storybook, an episode of Disneyland anthology series from 1955 focusing on Goofy, the fullscreen trailer and the Disney's Mambo No. 5 music video), while the 1999 European release despite not having any bonus features (like many Disney movies released by Warner Home Video at the time) features the movie in its original widescreen ratio and seven additional language tracks besides the original English (depending on country those were German, Spanish (Spain), Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Finnish and Portuguese (European) or French, Italian, Dutch, Polish, Czech, Hungarian and Hebrew).
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