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Magnolia BD in January 2010, Then Boogie Nights

Posted September 22, 2009 03:38 AM by Juan Calonge

New Line CinemaWarner Home Video, in conjunction with New Line Home Entertainment, has officially announced the Blu-ray edition of Paul Thomas Anderson's acclaimed film 'Magnolia', which will hit store shelves on January 19, 2010. PT Anderson's previous movie, 'Boogie Nights', is expected to get a Blu-ray release in "early 2010."

Special features for 'Magnolia' include:
  • Magnolia video diary
  • Frank T.J. Mackey Seminar
  • Seduce and Destroy infomercial
  • Aimee Mann music videos: "One" and "Save Me"
  • Theatrical trailers and TV spots



Source: Blu-ray.com | Permalink | United States [Country settings]

News comments (34 comments)



tylerrad
  Sep 22, 2009
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Awesome. Very glad to see that this rumor's been confirmed. I'll absolutely be getting both, but I'll say I'm a bit more excited for Boogie Nights. Hope these both look and sound great

A little presumptuous of you to call Magnolia his "magnum opus" though, as if that's a fact. Many would disagree, myself and Quentin Tarantino included

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Grubert
  Sep 22, 2009
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Heh, I guess my love for the movie was showing, wasn't it? I've edited the post to make it less opinionated.

cosomotion
  Sep 22, 2009
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great news. two must owns for me.

DFS61
  Sep 22, 2009
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FANTASTIC!!! It's about time...!!! I'm still awaiting "Punch-Drunk Love" and maybe even "Hard Eight." "There Will Be Blood" already looks spectacular on Blu-ray...!

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Al_The_Strange
  Sep 22, 2009
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Hmmm..."Magnolia"...uh...hmm....

I've got mixed feelings about it. I think I'll pass on it for now, but it was worthwhile seeing once.

hc666
  Sep 22, 2009
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Two of my favorite movies all time.

Hmmm wondering if i should double dip...........................................

jimmybobo
  Sep 22, 2009
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I will get both, we just watched Magnolia a few weeks ago and I was wondering if a blu-ray would be coming out..

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davidthenikonuser
  Sep 22, 2009
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I didn't care to much for Magnolia, but Boogie Nights was great and very fun.

LynchFan
  Sep 22, 2009
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With Punch Drunk Love coming out even sooner than these two, my Paul Thomas Anderson section is about turn solid blu!! Magnolia's one that I didn't like the first time but have come to love over the years. It's been a while since I owned a copy of Boogie Nights and I've been holding out for this news so I'm very pleased indeed!
dahaunted
  Sep 22, 2009
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Great news. Magnolia is impressive.

rmainhammer
  Sep 22, 2009
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Love them both, will be purchasing both. I wonder when Hard Eight will be released...
taylorw
  Sep 22, 2009
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Hell yes!!! Been waiting for this. @Tylerrad for what it's worth... PTA is quoted as saying:
"I have a feeling, one of those gut feelings, that I'll make pretty good movies the rest of my life. And maybe I'll make some clunkers, maybe I'll make some winners, but I guess the way that I really feel is that Magnolia is, for better or worse, the best movie I'll ever make."
At one point I would have totally agreed but man... they're all so good!
Glad to see them come to BluRay!

photograph17
  Sep 22, 2009
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All over Boogie Nights for sure!

rev.and.ride
  Sep 22, 2009
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Both of these on Day 1 for me. I hope that Hard Eight will be coming too!

fettastic
  Sep 22, 2009
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Magnolia is one of my all-time favorite films! I actually adore that a lot of people don't "get it".

Strangely, Boogie Nights didn't really do it for me. I like it but...maybe It's too Wahlbergian. I actually prefer Wonderland to Boogie Nights.

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thedarkangel1975
  Sep 22, 2009
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Magnolia was a once and done movie for me. As for Boogie Nights, that was one of the worst movies I have ever seen. Funny most of the worst movies I see usually have Julianna Moore in them

Frozenpinky
  Sep 22, 2009
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yay! For the first time, Blu-ray.com types the word "Magnolia" and it meant the FILM, not the studio!!! That had to be the most annoying thing over the last two years; seeing blu-ray.com headlines with "MAGNOLIA" in it but it never being the movie. That would be like constantly having headlines with the word "Rocky" in it, but implying things are off to a "rocky start" with some electronics company, not the movie. The days of Blu-ray.com teasing us are over.
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mywhitenoise
  Sep 22, 2009
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Damn, I'm actually disappointed with this news. I thought Boogie Nights was slated for this November? I hate waiting!

Idioteque...
  Sep 22, 2009
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What about Punch Drunk Love? =(

felipefps
  Sep 22, 2009
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I want it!

skdenfeld
  Sep 22, 2009
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Excellent news, indeed. Not too sure I'll want to own Magnolia, but I'm all over Boogie Nights like Rollergirl on...well, pretty much everybody! =)
Titanicfave
  Sep 22, 2009
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Cool! Great News!! I'll pick up both on day 1!
burgoonster
  Sep 22, 2009
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Iam For Sure Picking Up Boogie Nights

vicmackey187
  Sep 22, 2009
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RESPECT THE C*CK!!!!!!

indiephantom
  Sep 22, 2009
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I wish it was: Boogies Nights in January 2010, then Magnolia. But it's great news all the same.

eagle61397
  Sep 22, 2009
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Mmmmm.... roller girl in high def!

Moniker
  Sep 22, 2009
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People who don't like Boogie Nights are idiots who don't deserve to own a Blu-Ray player. I can understand not being crazy about Magnolia, though you have to admit it's the work of a natural-born filmmaker. I like both films and will likely re-purchase both of them, but Boogie Nights is easily one of the best, most exciting, funny, and memorable films of the 1990s.

Konrad
  Sep 22, 2009
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Excellent News! I cannot wait! These are announcements that make me happy!

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andyman1970
  Sep 22, 2009
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Boogie Nights for sure. Hope this some how gets a great audio job. Would love to hear Jessie's Girl and Sister Christian in 5.1 or 7.1 DTS HD MA.
Levine2001
  Sep 22, 2009
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I guess I'm one of the 'idiots who don't deserve to own a Blu-Ray player' since I didn't care for Boogie Nights - a rather lame rip-off of Goodfellas that merely substitutes the porn industry for the Italian Mafia as the vice-laden surrogate family that the protagonist gets caught up in.

Magnolia sucked even worse. Only here, Anderson in ripping off Robert Altman (Nashville/Short Cuts) instead. Some of the worst acting I have seen in some time (hysterical crying from your characters does not equate to good acting). Horribly written. Lame dialogue all around.

P.T. Anderson is an ambitious wannabe who has nothing to say other than the fact that he wants to try and emulate great filmmakers. Too bad he can't write.

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Azyiu
  Sep 23, 2009
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Awesome! It's about time!

Futureboy
  Sep 23, 2009
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BOOGIE NIGHTS, my favorite film of the past 30 years, is on its way! Holla!!! MAGNOLIA, one of the best that year as well, will be a nice January gift. Day 1 purchases for sure. Incidentally, the video diaries on MAGNOLIA is almost as long as the film and is a very insightful and entertaining look at how they did the movie.

Wouldn't it be great to have a PT Anderson box set with these two, HARD EIGHT, PUNCH DRUNK LOVE and THERE WILL BE BLOOD? All 4-star masterworks!

Futureboy
  Sep 23, 2009
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By the way, for Levine -- that's a rather pedestrian review of the two movies. BN was a brilliant metaphor for how America changed from the excessive, free-wheeling spiritness of post-Vietnam 70s to the colder, more conservative ME decade of the 80s, metaphorically seen through the porn industry. Saying it's a "vice-laden surrogate family" like GOODFELLAS is rather simplistic. As for MAGNOLIA, you're doing the same thing as people say when someone makes an ambitious ensemble film - "they're ripping off Altman." Lame. He really took Altman up a notch by actually commenting on how connectedness exists and profoundly changes people's lives -- even saving them (Aimme Mann's song, "Save Me" being the centerpiece). Altman only really did that with SHORT CUTS, not NASHVILLE, BREWSTER MCCLOUD, or any other of his ensemble films. Doesn't make MAGNOLIA better than those films, but he did give it an additional layer.

Hands down, PT Anderson cares more about his characters than any writer-filmmaker working today.

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repete66211
  Sep 24, 2009
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I head Boogie Nights is the sequel to Hard 7 and Hard 8.


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