Discussion in 'The Studio Lounge' started by IronJabroni, Nov 19, 2008.
Stealing semipenguin's idea here...
Mine were "Goodfellas" and "The Matrix" from a CompUSA
I can't remember my first DVD. It might have been "Who Framed Roger Rabbit?", but I can't be sure.
My first Laserdisc was Criterion's first CAV pressing of "Citizen Kane". You had to flip the discs over every 30 minutes or so.
I couldn't remember either, so I asked my wife. She said our first DVD was This is Spinal Tap.
They were giving away DVDs with my purchase and I believe they were HAPPY GILMORE and STATE OF THE ENEMY with Will Smith (I think that was the name)
Enemy of the State.
A great movie IMO. I love those types of movies.
Oh my GOD that was serious dyslexia right there!
REAL good movie.
Never forget it. VCR crapped out in 2005. Sucked it up and splurged 29.99 on a DVD player.
The DVD was in a bin, neglected and forgotten. Timeless jewel really.
You've entered the 21st century I thought to myself. No... you've transcended time.
Debbie Does Dallas
My first DVD was Independence Day.
Batman (Tim Burton version)
My first personal DVD? Thats tough. In our family, I think it was Grumpy old men. But when I got my own DVD player for my bday (I was probably 14) it was men in black. Haha.
1st DVD = Office Space
1st CD = Primus - Frizzle Fry
My first DVD was the box set of The Avengers (1965-67).
The Sixth Sense.
Hey! No fair...:shock:
That's ok. Sometimes I plagiarize myself...
I think my first DVD was The Last Boy Scout. I'll have to go through my collection to know for sure.
Thanks for asking, now I have something to think about for the rest of my life
I'll get back to you IF I can remember.:scratch:
First DVD was Austin Powers, International Man of Mystery (the first one). I got my PROSCAN DVD PLAYER for Christmas and this was the first DVD that I got for it back in 1997.
DVD player still worked but it was so big that I got rid of it about a year ago. 10 years--that's not bad.
After a long conversation with the Mrs. I would have to say "Aliens"?
Austin Powers. First DVD