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I dislike it when the music dates the movie.  Ladyhawke is a perfect example.  I understand they were trying to be hip, but that music just doesn't fit the movie.  Never did, never will.  And that's a shame because Ladyhawke is an outstanding movie.  If someone would just re-score that movie with some dramatic orchestral piece, I think it would benefit that movie greatly.
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I'm at almost 1300 and already thinking about weeding out ones which don't have quite the rewatch value to make room for new.


I doubt very highly I'll ever get to 25,000, my wife would have already left me long ago...
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I'll second Stranger Things: Season 2.  My discs were loose inside, not sliding around but still not on the foam hubs.

Sliders: The Complete Series.  Discs slide into cardboard pockets, 2 per sheet, multiple sheets in the package.  Dumb as sh!t. 

Avatar: Extended Collector's Edition DVD.  Love the movie, hate the cardboard "drawers" the discs rest in.
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There is an Amazon Marketplace seller selling a bootleg copy of Stranger Things: Season 2 right now, Prime, and fullfilled by Amazon...

Stranger Things: Season 2, bootleg...
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https://www.google.com/search?source=hp&ei=JW0jXLbvKOW7tgXYxomoCQ&q=recovering+data+from+failed+RAID+1+array&btnK=Google+Search&oq=recovering+data+from+failed+RAID+1+array&gs_l=psy-ab.3..0i22i30.4698.27078..29504...0.0..0.158.4170.23j17......0....1..gws-wiz.....0..0j0i131j33i22i29i30.KEK7f7LGJ0Q
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The contributions in question are just adding episode listings to the Overview, copied from the back of the case, and proof-read before contributing (I scewed up once in a contribution I made about a month ago ).  Didn't think it was that big of a deal to be taking so long to get approved/released, maybe it's because I screwed up in a contribution I made about a month ago...

I guess I'm just being overly anxious.  I was curious though, thanks everybody for responding...
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Thread title says it all.  Made contributions a week ago today, they have had a bunch of Yes votes for several days, yet they still sit there waiting to be approved and released.  Does it really take that long to release contributions now?  I hope DVD Profiler isn't being abandoned, my collection depends on this software (and so do I).
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Thanks for clarifying that T!M, I appreciate that.  I'll save that edit for next time...
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Was doing a little research on this, found out what I needed to know at blu-ray.com:

https://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Doctor-Who-The-Complete-Sixth-Series-Blu-ray/29258/#Packaging 

(tried to make a link out of that and the whole thing just disappeared)

It was a Digibook (?) with a slipcase, which is what my Series 5 & 7 are.  In DVD Profiler, would you list that as Digibook and check Slipcover?  I know Slipcover and Slipcase are 2 different things but how else would you list it?  Series 5 is listed as Digipak w/ Slipcover (I think technically it's a Digibook w/ Slipcase.....or is it?). 

Clamshell it is not.

Whatever, I'll make that change next time, I'd like to get the current contributions released, don't want to hold them up by making a change now.
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Just purchased Series 6 & 7 (Blu-ray) at Best Buy for $14.99 ea.  I'm in the process of adding episode listings for Series 6 Parent & Children and episode listings for Series 7 Children, and making any other adjustments I see discrepancies with.  I noticed whoever contributed Series 6 originally, chose Clamshell as the case type.  Are you sure?  Clamshell?  I might believe Digipak...  At any rate, mine's a standard blu-ray 4-Disc keep case with slipcover.  I've no doubt it's not the original case type but I was just wondering about Clamshell. 

Thanks.
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