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American Graffiti (1973) [Blu-ray + DVD + Digital Copy]


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  • Format: NTSC
  • Region: Region A/1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Universal Studios Home Entertainment
  • Release Date: Jan. 10 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B006CEKYPE
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #22,768 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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By Douglas on Nov. 16 2013
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This has been a favourite movie of mine since it's original release in 1973! The "DVD extras" are most definitely worth a view! Sadly, the original theatrical release in '73 didn't get the attention or accolades it deserved. Even Universal Studios was "iffy" on it. Watch it, or the Wolfman is gonna get you, y'understand?!?!?!

(Come on, George Lucas and Francis Ford Coppola! Those 2 names should give it an automatic 5 star rating!)
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By bernie TOP 100 REVIEWER on Nov. 9 2013
There are several overlaying plans and plots with many independent scenes from the era (1962). Is it wiser to go off to school or stay local? What are the consequences of your intent and then final action on friends and loved ones.

Yep everyone sees themselves in this movie. I have to admit I do also. That is see all the others as of courses I am above that sort of thing. This is one of the closest depictions of life with out me having to pull out the 8mm and filming. I spent some time in L.A. around the era and moved to Texas to find that distance changes something's but not that way of life. While in Vietnam I was even able to exchange the same urban legends with people from different part of the US.
I am more surprised that George Locus could capture this so well. I am also amazed at the crew they were able to assemble for this film. Most of them went off to do bigger and better parts and it is fun to watch this film in hind sight. Everyone look so young. I really never noticed Harrison Ford until Star Wars.

Getting away from memory lane, the film is so smooth that you forgot that you are watching a movie and the actors do not overwhelm the characters that they play.

Starting out you notice a song or two and think where was I. Then a few more songs and you soon are more rapped up in the music than the story. Having Wolfman Jack there added a touch of reality. I can not put my finger on it but there was something more than formula in this particular movie.

I am not that sensitive but the ending hits you hard as you realize it will never be the same. This is true of any group in any era. I can almost forget that.

By the way the original T-bird styling is back. All in all this is one film that will not collect dust.

41 Original Hits From The Soundtrack Of American Graffiti
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I've now received 3 copies of this Blu-ray from Amazon Canada. Each one has arrived with a $15 Walmart price sticker
on the front cover and with a "G" (General) rating sticker (both stickers are difficult to remove) with a fleurs-de-lis emblem on the back cover (so these items were probably intended for Walmart Quebec store shelves), packaged inside a horrible yellow bubble envelope, which provides insufficient protection for a collectible slipcover. Most collectors also know what a horrible job Amazon Canada does in providing protection for steelbooks as well (either yellow bubble envelopes or flimsy cardboard packaging with no bubble wrap, when these items should be wrapped in bubble wrap and placed in sturdy cardboard boxes). If Amazon Canada actually invested in proper packaging, it would be dealing with far less damaged returns, refunds, and promotional credits. Amazon UK, Amazon Germany, Amazon France, and
the former Play company in the U.K. use far better packaging when shipping steelbooks and other collectible blu-rays.
Amazon.ca (and Amazon.com) should follow their example. If these blu-ray were simply housed in a standard plastic amaray case (without slipcovers or steelbooks), I wouldn't care.

I'm sure the movie is great (haven't watched it yet, so I left 3 stars since I can't really judge). But I can judge the quality of the product I'm receiving and the manner in which I'm receiving it (damaged). Until Amazon starts using better packaging to ship Blu-rays with slipcovers and steelbooks--and dealing with their weird Walmart inventory, people might want to think twice before ordering this.
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