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Withnail & I blu-ray £3.99 (delivered) at HMV

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Use code 20OFFHMV during checkout for 20% off to get this price Bruce Robinson's semi-autobiographical account of his early years as an actor has become a cult hit of massive proportions, inspiri… Read More
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Bruce Robinson's semi-autobiographical account of his early years as an actor has become a cult hit of massive proportions, inspiring countless numbers of young men and women to quote stars Paul McGann and Richard E. Grant and their booze-soaked dialogue. The story follows these two unemployed actors in 1969 London, as they take a holiday in the country. Trapped inside a dank, empty cabin with each other, an endless downpour of heavy rain battering their roof, the two men form a complicated bond fuelled by booze, disaster, and nihilism. Though not much happens in terms of plot, WITHNAIL AND I is one of the most subtly hilarious films to come out of 1980s.
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#1
Thanks, ordered with The Goonies, looking forward to seeing them in HD.
#2
I don't believe this will be any higher quality a reproduction than the DVD.

Blu-ray will have a hard time becoming established, even at these prices, as new commissions are cut, budgets tightened, and disposable income falls. I remember in 2003 when the new Star Wars came to the cinema, on 25 DVD's and Blu-Ray was fighting HD-DVD. Older films seldom maintain such high definition archives.
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The code is one use per customer. I will certainly be considering newer DVD's, though the HMV customer reviewing this reckons it's truly high def. Thanks OP.
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zaphodbb
I don't believe this will be any higher quality a reproduction than the DVD.

Blu-ray will have a hard time becoming established, even at these prices, as new commissions are cut, budgets tightened, and disposable income falls. I remember in 2003 when the new Star Wars came to the cinema, on 25 DVD's and Blu-Ray was fighting HD-DVD. Older films seldom maintain such high definition archives.


According to this http://bluray.highdefdigest.com/3377/withnailandi.html the transfer is not that good
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roister
zaphodbb
I don't believe this will be any higher quality a reproduction than the DVD.

Blu-ray will have a hard time becoming established, even at these prices, as new commissions are cut, budgets tightened, and disposable income falls. I remember in 2003 when the new Star Wars came to the cinema, on 25 DVD's and Blu-Ray was fighting HD-DVD. Older films seldom maintain such high definition archives.


According to this http://bluray.highdefdigest.com/3377/withnailandi.html the transfer is not that good


The review of the transfer reminds me of my first impressions when I watched it on TV, namely: "this format has so much more potential- the film must have been shot on a budget". I think "The Cottage" brings many of the concepts of this film into the 21st century.

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