Started by Jeremy Blackman, January 12, 2004, 09:01:01 PM
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Quote from: Jeremy BlackmanIncluding box sets as a whole gives them an unfair advantage. Like, a Kubrick Collection or a trilogy would probably be better than a given individual movie.
Quote from: Gambloren das ManhörenI don't agree with this no box-set thing. DVDs that are sold in box-sets are sold like that for a reason. As a dvd category, we are not judging on the movies individually, but on the product as a whole, specifically the special features.
Quote from: Gambloren das ManhörenNo shit it would be better, that's part of the product.
Quote from: OnomatopoeiaRed, White, and Blue can all be bought individually.
Quote from: Gambloren das ManhörenIf it just so happens that a film follows or precedes a film in the series, combining the films in a box set only stands to enhance the understanding of the film and the series as a whole. When you purchase a box-set, that is the dvd product, and should be judged on its own, not its individual parts.
Quote from: Pdude, if ppl can follow that concept it would work, but u know they will end up voting for the movie and not the dvd. just like they got confused about the dekapenticon, voting for their favorite and expecting "the best".
Quote from: Jeremy BlackmanQuote from: Gambloren das ManhörenNo shit it would be better, that's part of the product.So it's an entirely different product than the normal DVD, isn't it? How could it possibly compete in the same category?
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Quote from: Pbut if one vote comes in for a fucking bare-bones dvd of mulholland drive or sumshit, then u will know the ppl aren't ready for this category.
Quote from: Gambloren das ManhörenOtherwise, by the way you want it to be, you'd have some people voting for Alien or Aliens, the vote would split everywhere, when they all clearly are voting for the same set.