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Old 07.17.2010, 08:00 AM   #1
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There's a firm called Filmvault who will gladly buy your movie collection. I submitted my list to them this morning and they will email me an evaluation of my collection in a day or twos time. Here's my list. How much do you think my collection is worth?

The Dark Knight Two-Disc Special Edition.
Bonnie and Clyde.
V For Vendetta.
Minority Report.
Collateral Two-Disc Special Edition.
Day Watch Director's Cut Edition.
Planet Terror Two-Disc Edition.
Blade Runner: The Final Cut Two-Disc Edition.
Heat.
The Chronicles of Riddick Director's Cut Two-Disc Edition.
The Prestige.
28 Weeks Later.
Troy The Director's Cut Two-Disc Special Edition.
The Bourne Ultimatum.
Brotherhood Of The Wolf.
Night Watch.
Children Of Men Two-Disc Special Edition.
Kingdom Of Heaven Definitive Edition.
300.
Independence Day Extended Edition.
Rebel Without A Cause Two-Disc Special Edition.
Serenity.
Kill Bill Volume 1.
Kill Bill Volume 2.
American Psycho.
The Bourne Identity Special Edition.
Hellboy 2 Two-Disc Special Edition.
King Kong Two-Disc Special Edition.
Batman Begins Two-Disc Special Edition.
Sunshine.
Sin City Collector's Edition.
The Bourne Supremacy.
House Of Flying Daggers Two-Disc Collector's Edition.
The Warlords.
Hero.
Superman Returns.
Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon.
The Warrior.
Pitch Black.
The Island.
Giant Two-Disc Special Edition.
Charlie And The Chocolate Factory Two-Disc Edition.
East Of Eden Two-Disc Special Edition.
28 Days Later.
Sin City.
The Last Legion.
Road To Perdition.
Transformers.
Cold Mountain Two-Disc Edition.
Hellboy Two-Disc Edition.
Little Big Man.
Gladiator Two-Disc Edition.
X-Men 2 Two-Disc Special Edition.
Enemy At The Gates.
A Fistful Of Dollars.
For A Few Dollars More.
The Good The Bad And The Ugly Extended Edition.
The English Patient Two-Disc Special Edition.
A.I Two-Disc Edition.
Seven.
Fight Club.
The Assassination Of Jesse James By The Coward Robert Ford Two-Disc Limited Collector's Edition.
Inglorious Bastards.
The Fellowship Of The Ring Special Extended Edition.
The Two Towers Special Extended Edition.
The Return Of The King Special Extended Edition.

DVD Drama Boxsets:
Deadwood The Complete First Season.
Deadwood The Complete Second Season.
Deadwood The Complete Third Season.
Rome The Complete First Season.
Rome The Complete Second Season.
The Sarah Connor Chronicles The Complete First Season.
The Sarah Connor Chronicles The Complete Second Season.
Battlestar Galactica Season One.
Battlestar Galactica Season Two.
Battlestar Galactica Season Three.
Battlestar Galactica Season Four.
Battlestar Galactica The Final Season.

Blu-ray Movies.
Watchmen Two-Disc Director's Cut.
3:10 To Yuma.
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Old 07.17.2010, 08:07 AM   #2
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sorry cant help, dont know the rates for used movies, but there are sure some flicks I would like to have myself
why are you selling? sick of all the plastic?
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Old 07.17.2010, 08:39 AM   #3
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10 for the lot
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Old 07.17.2010, 11:34 AM   #4
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10 for the lot

10.50 say no more.
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Old 07.17.2010, 01:32 PM   #5
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Eh, none of the dvd's are really worth more than $4 or $5 (in American moneys) at the most, except for some of the two discs and extended editions. With blu-ray coming in and the fact that they're all extremely mainstream movies and therefore not rare at all; Dead Watch is probably the littlest seen movie you own. Box sets... eh, dunno about those, $15-20 a piece?

Blu-rays, who knows. $15 a piece as well?

So, I'd say your collection is worth in the $200-250 range, assuming these are all in gently played condition and have the original packaging intact. But I mean, who knows..
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Old 07.17.2010, 02:56 PM   #6
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you got a shitload of bullshit films.
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Old 07.17.2010, 03:01 PM   #7
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Old 07.17.2010, 04:24 PM   #8
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you got a shitload of bullshit films.

Yeah, I don't watch avant-garde bilge. The films I own actually entertain.
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Old 07.17.2010, 04:25 PM   #9
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Yeah, I don't watch avant-garde bilge. The films I own actually entertain.
Hahahaha, cause obviously the rest of us only watch abnormal movies to be totally CULTURED and APPRECIATIVE
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Old 07.17.2010, 05:45 PM   #11
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Why can't people just enjoy mainstream movies AND avant-garde stuff at the SAME TIME ?
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Yeah, I don't watch avant-garde bilge. The films I own actually entertain.

judging by your collection entertain a simpleton.
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Old 07.17.2010, 06:56 PM   #13
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Why can't people just enjoy mainstream movies AND avant-garde stuff at the SAME TIME ?
Yeah and most of us do that, but things are rather black or white in Keeping It Simpleton's view.
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Old 07.17.2010, 08:17 PM   #14
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Why can't people just enjoy mainstream movies AND avant-garde stuff at the SAME TIME ?

I do. I make no distinction between underground movies and mainstream movies, in all reality. Some of my favorite films ever are mainstream as fukk, Taxi Driver/Blow Out/Bad Lieutenant/Etc.

I think Mean Girls is just as good as Dog Star Man..
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Mean Girls is fucking brilliant. And you guys know I'm not just pulling my Lohan shit. Everything about that movie is perfect. Every actor casted is perfect. Down to the characters that aren't even given names !! So fucking good.
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Why can't people just enjoy mainstream movies AND avant-garde stuff at the SAME TIME ?

They can. Certainly not the case there.
Why is it that all films that are not made for overweight geeky teenagers with acne have to be called avant-garde? Not fair.
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film is dead.
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Old 07.17.2010, 10:06 PM   #18
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No, it's not. There's probably more interesting movies coming out nowadays, in the underground, than ever before. Also, the most shit. It's probably just as good as it's ever been, but the 60's-70's were probably the golden age for mainstream Hollywood flicks.

Think about this, would a film like the Holy Mountain or Zardoz be able to get made today? hell no. On the other hand, underground filmmakers with visions GRANDER than those films are making miniatured versions. Check out WE ARE THE STRANGE OR flatland... completely digital, computerized worlds.. insane, no budget, brilliant.

Anyway...
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yeah I was just being a dick. Sometimes I feel like there's so much bickering on here and (not you in this case adam) people saying "oh sorry I'm not as cool as you" blah blah and I just feel like it's really boring so while "film" is not dead, my wanting to discuss it is. Y'dig?
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Old 07.17.2010, 10:18 PM   #20
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Oh, I get it. I love you, NR!
You've always been cool to me, even when we disagree.

Even though I kinda figured you were just using, oh, a nonsequiter, or whatever, in this thread, I think it does raise some thoughts that are prevalent in a lot of people's minds.

And it goes back to what I've said before: The best is out there, if you're willing to look for it. But who has the time? I dunno. I just have a natural inclination to search for the esoteric, but I can understand a lot of people not having that kind of drive. But, trust me, these are exciting times we're living in... maybe too exciting. Maybe too much information. Sensory overload. Information overdose. EXPLODING HEAD.
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