Discussion in 'Movies and Television' started by Optimus1986, Aug 26, 2010.
Lion King 1 1/2.
My first DVD purchase was made on a Wednesday afternoon and it was Transformers The Movie from Rhino Home Video. I bought the DVD player at Best Buy right after buying the DVD so that I could see it.
I actually had to think about this for a bit (I can remember my first CD easily... but DVD was tougher for some reason). It was X-men and Mission Impossible 2. I got them both at the same time with my DVD player.
First DVD player was my PS2, lol. First movie was Cast Away.
My first standalone DVD-player was a Samsung, and the first movie I got for that was Hollowman. It held for a good four years. After that I bought an awesome Pioneer that still works. Gave it to my sister a while back when I bought my Blu-Ray player.
American Beauty, January 2001 with my first DVD player. I'm on my 3rd now, and I only moved onto #3 out of convenience when I got a PS3 (which became the de facto DVD player in the living room).
The 1997 Bubblegum Crisis (OVA) Boxset. I actually rented a DVD player to watch it. Guess I looked at the whole thing as testing the waters of DVD. It was amazing, but I didn't jump right in.
I didn't buy DVD again until 2002 with Rhino's Transformers. And, my first player was a PS2.
My first Blu Ray was Wings of Honneamise in late 2007.
My first player was my PS2, and my first DVD was Behind Enemy Lines.
Finding Nemo back in 2003.
I can't remember.
Probably Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones. Fullscreen, Two Disc edition.
Wish I had Widescreen, now. Made the same mistake with Episode III.
The first DVD i ever bought was Gladiator.
Boogie Nights Two Disc edition.
I'd buy that, Jin-Roh and the Patlabor movies tommorow if Bandai got off thier arse and put them back into print. On what planet is selling discs in ludicrously expensive collectors editions for 6-12 months before pulling them entirely a sensible business strategy?
my first DVD was 'Snatch'
As embarrassing as it to say this, but Josie and Pussycats was my first DVD. My second was Snatch though.
Gettysburg and Star wars Episode II.
Ummm, it was Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust.
The DVD box set of Slayers Next. Didn't even own a DVD player back then; I watched it on my PC.
no idea, but the earliest i remember is The emperor's new groove
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