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2005-12-25 20:40:48-08:00 - DVD First Impressions - (PuddinTame <Puddin_Tame@msn.com>)


Once the TV-on-DVD craze started, one of the shows I wanted to be released most of all was "Nowhere Man." My wait is finally over and this DVD set does not disappoint! Every episode, commentary tracks, interviews, featurettes, and at least one Easter egg. This is no bare bones compilation. There are no subtitles but this is a minor quibble. Thank you, Image Entertainment!

2005-12-27 14:31:18+00:00 - Re: DVD First Impressions - ("Jose M. Fdez" <jmfdez@onoNOSPAM.com>)


On 2005-12-26, PuddinTame <Puddin_Tame@msn.com> wrote: > Once the TV-on-DVD craze started, one of the shows I wanted to be > released most of all was "Nowhere Man." > > My wait is finally over and this DVD set does not disappoint! Every > episode, commentary tracks, interviews, featurettes, and at least one > Easter egg. This is no bare bones compilation. > > There are no subtitles but this is a minor quibble. > A minor quibble for native english speakers, certainly not my case but anyway I'll order it since I see no point in waiting for it to be released in Spain. -- Jose M. Fern�ndez Navarro | Debian GNU/Linux User #197079 Benet�sser - Val�ncia, Spain | JID: elzo@jabber.org

2006-01-14 21:33:22-08:00 - Re: DVD First Impressions - (Globe*99 <mason@chemalum.berkeley.edu>)


I JUST got the DVD today.... and now that we're talking about first impressions... I have to say, Bruce Greenwood's commentary is VERY disappointing. I listened to the audio commentary for "Zero Minus Ten," a personal favorite of mine...... Half the time he's not even talking, and when he is talking it's either bitching about the production schedule (which admittedly sounded pretty intense), or he's making comments about Tom's character being inconsistent. In particular, the scene where Tom threatens to basically light himself and Allison and his whole studio on fire.... Bruce's comments seemed to be something to the effect of "why is he doing this?" I think this is perfectly consistent. This is the end of the series... the second time he's seen Allison telling him "it's all OK," he's been through countless psychological and neurochemical manipulations... and so to his worn-to-the-bone psyche, going kamikazee doesn't seem like such a bad idea. I'm just listening to Larry Hertzog from now on. (BTW sorry if this has been discussed before, I was a hardcore Nowhere Man back in '95 and posted / read this newsgroup back then.... I just realized it was on DVD so this is a trip down memory lane for me). PuddinTame wrote: > Once the TV-on-DVD craze started, one of the shows I wanted to be > released most of all was "Nowhere Man." > > My wait is finally over and this DVD set does not disappoint! Every > episode, commentary tracks, interviews, featurettes, and at least one > Easter egg. This is no bare bones compilation. > > There are no subtitles but this is a minor quibble. > > Thank you, Image Entertainment!