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POSEIDON HD DVD £2.00 @ Tesco Ebay

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5y, 5m agoFound 5 years, 5 months ago
German-born director Wolfgang Petersen (Das Boot, The Perfect Storm) returns to the sea for Poseidon, a gripping remake of Ronald Neame and Irwin Allen's 1972 disaster classic, The Poseidon Adventure. As passengers celebrate New Year's Eve aboard the massive ship Poseidon, a rogue wave devastates the luxury liner, turning it upside down as windows smash, fires break out, electric wires dangle dangerously, and people try to run for their lives--with seemingly nowhere to go. Age 12 Years +
In some instances the packaging may be damaged or outer cellophane removed but these items are new and the product inside will be pristine.
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#2
Terrible film. I went to the premiere in London and even the actors looked ashamed.
#3
£2 for a dead format > COLD !!!
I was buying HDDVD's for 49pences before...8)
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lfranz68
£2 for a dead format > COLD !!!
I was buying HDDVD's for 49pences before...8)


People still buy hd dvds and still play them so it's not a dead format .
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philmitchell
lfranz68
£2 for a dead format > COLD !!!
I was buying HDDVD's for 49pences before...8)


People still buy hd dvds and still play them so it's not a dead format .

The final HD DVD releases in the United States from a major studio were Warner's P.S. I Love You and Twister, on May 27, 2008. In June, the final HD DVD to be released was Freedom: 6 from Bandai Visual. Bandai Visual acknowledged the demise of HD DVD, but stated that it wanted to complete the release of the seven-part Freedom Project, of which six parts were released.[38] The seventh part, due for August 2008, never saw a release. Disco Pigs was, however, postponed, with no new date announced for release.[39]
So DEAD-END :-)

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