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Warner Home Video's Decision 2006

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holy B-movie list batman!
Decent movie, not as good as the book but decent nonetheless; Rod Steiger is good in it. I'm surprised more of Bradbury's stuff hasn't been adapted to film to be honest, The Ray Bradbury Theater show was pretty good an dneeds to get a seasonal release on DVD.

Looker's a fairly decent Michael Crichton movie, though I still think Coma is his best film as director.
I never saw The Illustrated Man. It was my favorite book growing up though.
I'd like to the see The Illustrated Man and Looker released on DVD, but yeah, outside of those two none of those really do anything for me either. I'm still waiting on Warner to release Sydney Pollack's The Yakuza with Robert Mitchum and Ken Takakura; excellent film that is long overdue on DVD.
Is that it? I guess I'll vote for "Get to Know Your Rabbit", but I'm not all that excited about any of those.
Warner Home Video's Decision 2006
Partnering with Amazon.com, Warner Home Video is once again asking conusmers to vote for which of their back catalog titles they'll be releasing later this year.

Let them know, vote today!