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Boogie Nights Blu-ray Gets Wide Release

Posted January 12, 2010 09:06 AM by Juan Calonge

New Line CinemaWarner Home Video has announced that the Blu-ray edition of the New Line movie 'Boogie Nights' –Paul Thomas Anderson's exploration of the milieu of adult cinema in the 1970s–, which had been released as a Best Buy exclusive (see blu-ray.com, December 6, 2009), will be available to buy from all retailers on January 19 (the same day the 'Magnolia' BD hits store shelves).

'Boogie Nights' has already been reviewed by blu-ray.com reviewer Casey Broadwater. Click here for the review.

As the reviewer notes, there's an error on the back of the case, which claims the disc also includes Dolby Digital 5.1 mixes in English, German, Latin Spanish, and Castilian Spanish. The only audio options available on the disc, however, are the English Dolby TrueHD 5.1 mix and the two commentary tracks.


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News comments (19 comments)


Lucy Diamond
 - Jan 12, 2010

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I never take off my skates.

TauHeel05
 - Jan 12, 2010

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"You guys want to play baseball?"

ogscorpion
 - Jan 12, 2010

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Dirk Digler: "I know f@#king karate"

jurassic_pork
 - Jan 12, 2010

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can't wait to order from amazon...

wvl
 - Jan 12, 2010

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Great movie. It has been a long time since I have seen it. I hope Amazon will break the high price that BB is selling.

mywhitenoise
 - Jan 12, 2010

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Already bought mine from Best Buy, it was worth the $25.

fdm
 - Jan 12, 2010

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Dunno why, but I couldn't wait either, had the urge to watch it during Xmas break. Was worth it (considering all the great prices I was getting on just about everything else at the time ). Nice blu-ray. May have to give Magnolia another chance.

Havenbull
 - Jan 12, 2010

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"You got the touch... you got the power"

Dicmatic
 - Jan 12, 2010

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I figured it would come out everywhere else on that day as Netflix has it available on that date...

OhDamaso
 - Jan 12, 2010

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Glad I waited...now I'll do a price match or wait for a sale.

Children of the Corn was like $12 a couple weeks after it stopped being an exclusive title.

iam1bearcat
 - Jan 12, 2010

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Great title and was worth buying it right away at Best Buy.
Looks and sounds fantastic as well.

Mr. Cinema
 - Jan 12, 2010

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I hope WB shares this news with Amazon.

ifireun
 - Jan 12, 2010

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Still waiting for my copy from amazon.ca - estimated delivery 22 January :-(

ckenisell
 - Jan 12, 2010

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Yes! I hate exclusives. I refuse to buy exclusives and I will never purchase a title from a store that paid to be the exclusive seller of that title. Time for competitive pricing, but rest assured, I'll never buy this title from Best Buy.

MCT
 - Jan 12, 2010

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I don't like exclusives either, but I got my girl to buy the BB edition for me. No way was I gonna pay $25 out of pocket for a BD, even if it's a top 10 all time flick (which Boogie Nights is, imo).

JE3146
 - Jan 12, 2010

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So you won't pay it, but you made your 'girl' pay it?

What a lucky catch you are...

poggi1kinobi
 - Jan 12, 2010

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Bought it day one at BB, couldn't wait to have this on blu. Looks and sounds great. I agree with MCT in it being a top ten movie.

gekke henkie
 - Jan 13, 2010

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Quote: "Children of the Corn was like $12 a couple weeks after it stopped being an exclusive title."
@ckenisell: I am with you on this one.

I hate to sound like 'told you so', but now it seems that people are slowly getting to understand what I have been telling well over a year ago, and you see it happening more-and-more, as long as nothing changes. Exclusivity means no competition, means higher prices to be paid by the consumer. This (temporary) monopoly mis-use is not in the advantage of the customer in the long run, and is therefore illegal in most countries around the world.

As long as nobody stands up for himself (organized, or in a party) and as long as there is no governmental body to protect the consumer from power mis-uses, nothing is going to change and, in fact, companies will try to exploit more-and-more. In Europe there are quite a few (semi)governmental bodies like the one that the famous Neelie Kroes from the EU is representing (ask Micro$oft), and several market-specific associations with a few very active lawyers. Has't the time come that consumers in the US start to unite and form groups like the 'consumers association of ...', or start sending letters to their (local) parties?

This is all my opinion, of course, and just my $0.02 in trying to help us all here (in the long run).

Blu Balls
 - Jan 14, 2010

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I would like to buy this but, I have to wait for a sub $20 price tag. I refuse to pay $25 for any release based on principle not because I'm a cheap ass. Catalog titles even if new to HD should retail for $15. New titles should be $20 or less in my opinion.


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