I thought so too, because it seemed like everyone else was seeing them and mentioned it. And I was like "when am I gonna see one of the Lilo and Stitch previews?!". I really didn't want to see it online, I wanted to see it in person. The Disney movie preview I saw was for the stupid Country Bears movie.Originally posted by jonvn
"out of the whole time they had previews for Lilo and Stitch in the theaters, I never once saw an ad for it."
That's interesting, because it seemed I could not turn my head no matter where I was without seeing an ad for this film.
They were everywhere.
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12-12-2002 02:24 AM #11
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12-15-2002 04:34 AM #12
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I, for one, had absolutely no desire to see this film after seeing the trailers. It looked silly and predictable. The title did not attract me at all. After being forced to see it by a friend, I am now a certified Lilo & Stitch fanatic. There must have been a subliminal message playing during the film making me like it so much. Or maybe it was because I could relate to the themes in the film about loss and what makes a family and finding a place where you really belong.
I got the DVD the first day it came out. I hear rumors that a 2 disc collectors edition will come out next year (which would explain why the current disc falls a little short in the special features department). Any merit to this?
12-16-2002 11:39 PM #13
Something I'm surprised that wasn't mentioned in the review, nor by anyone else, is that this appears to be an Original Aspect Ratio (widescreen) only release. I say "appears to" because my copy is wrapped under the tree so I won't be able to watch it until Dec 25.
Just when I'm cursing Buena Vista Home Entertainment for hideously butchering the pan & scan only release of "A Muppet Christmas Carol" (we refuse to buy it like this) they send serious mixed signals by releasing "Lilo and Stitch" as a wisescreen only title.
So, can anyone comment on the anamorphic widescreen transfer?
12-17-2002 02:31 AM #14Something I'm surprised that wasn't mentioned in the review, nor by anyone else, is that this appears to be an Original Aspect Ratio (widescreen) only release. I say "appears to" because my copy is wrapped under the tree so I won't be able to watch it until Dec 25.
It doesn't appear to be, it is. It looks great, my WEGA TV has an option that squishes the anamorphic screen image to double the resolution, so it looks great.
There's no "pan & scan" option, like the Monsters Inc DVD.
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