Jackie Brown (Blu-ray SteelBook) (TheOn Masterpiece Collection) (KimchiDVD Exclusive #?) [Korea]

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Only top 5? You should be ashamed! He's my #1 by far lol.

I love Death Proof... I just love his other films more. :p
To be fair, I have a top 5 but I don’t think I’ve ever put them in a order. So depending on my mood that day he might be no.1

haha I know
 
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Personally, this is my least favourite Tarantino movie.

I guess I'm not alone on that......

Although I did pick up the yellow slip for the collection!!! :p
I would have to agree. Tarantino is my favourite director but this is my least favourite of his films. It’s still a very good film with a killer soundtrack but I just find it a bit slower than his other movies. It’s probably him at his most mature but it’s the only film of his that doesn’t feel 100% like a Tarantino movie. As already said that it’s probably because he adapted it from a novel and it’s not completely his own work.
 
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Everybody may already be aware of this but the George Clooney movie "Out Of Sight" was also based on an Elmore Leonard novel and Michael Keaton plays the same character (Ray Nicolette) in both movies which I've always thought was pretty cool.

Jackie Brown was released in 1997 and Out Of Sight in 1998.
 
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Everybody may already be aware of this but the George Clooney movie "Out Of Sight" was also based on an Elmore Leonard novel and Michael Keaton plays the same character (Ray Nicolette) in both movies which I've always thought was pretty cool.

Jackie Brown was released in 1997 and Out Of Sight in 1998.
Still waiting on an Out Of Sight steel, love that movie and David Holmes score is fantastic.
 
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Hi, I only host for USA & UK. And by request Canada. Unfortunately what makes it hard is that kimchi doesnt give me "all in" prices and the shipping is high from Korea and it differs a lot by Country. I suggest you try to order direct on pre-order date.
But can one still order in the USA only GB, if needed, to have it shipped to their Worldwide location from the USA.:coffee:
 
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Can someone tell me if the gb on this was shipping included direct or to be paid seperate and was it hub?