Without a doubt the original DVD version of Akira Kurosawa's "One Wonderful Sunday". No features at all and the subtitles are badly translated by a Korean company into pathetically bad "Engrish". I only speak a few words of Japanese but even I could tell that the translation wasn't synching up to what was actually being said-or even conveyed. Even if I could speak fluent Japanese however, the sound quality is so wretched I still wouldn't be able to understand over half of the dialogue. This DVD was so wretched I turned it off less than a quarter f the way through and wrote a very nasty review of it on Netflix. They must have agreed with me (and many other disgruntled customers) as they took it off the availability list.
Thankfully, Criterion did a proper version of the movie but it is unavailable except as part of a boxed set. Shame-because it's a great little off the beaten path by Kurosawa. More of his fans should be able to see it outside of revival showings.
Yeah I was thinking that, but I suppose its better than not not paying another £5-£10 for a new one, I might if there's good special features.
Its just my good fellas comes in a giant lavish de niro box set....so I'm not sure, might look weird if I have another DVD.
Ahhh, Im so anal about this.
The DVD for Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone is the only HP DVD I didn't buy, complete carp. You have to play games in order to find the deleted scenes! Thank goodness the new edition is much better even though that second disc of the DVD packaging is in it.