Double Dip??!!

Discussion in 'Misc. Films' started by Duke, May 31, 2013.

  1. Duke Registered

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    How many times have you double dipped on a movie or movies, whether because of a change in format (vhs, laserdisc, dvd, blu ray, or even digital download), or because of a "special edition" or "collector's edition" with new deleted scenes or other features, etc?? What justifies in your opinion the need to purchase again a movie you already have??
     
  2. TheDreamMaster The Night He Came Home...

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    I've done it a few time snow, but I guess my biggest offender is Star Wars.
    I have:

    VHS:
    Episode I
    The Original Trilogy 1995 release
    OT Special Edition 1997 box set

    DVD:
    Episode I
    Episode II
    Episode III
    OT 2004 Boxset
    Episode IV w/ unaltered version bonus disc
    Episode V w/ unaltered bonus disc
    Episode VI w/ unaltered bonus disc

    Blu Ray:
    2011 Saga Boxset

    I've also bought 3 copies of Evil Dead, as well as a couple other films. I feel eventually I'll end up double dipping several times as I upgrade my collection to Blu Ray. not every film, but Jurassic Park and some other of my favorites for sure will get the double dip.
     
  3. Soapy Registered

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    Thinking about it, surprisingly, I actually don't think I've been that bad about double dipping with movies.
     

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