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Son of the Mask was New Line's "attempt," I repeat "attempt" to make a buck off a big time movie without using Jim and replacing him with a Jim wanna-be in a movie that I could only describe as "Dr. Seuss on Crack."
New Line, lemme give you (and OTHER studios) some advice here... it didn't work with "Dumb and Dumberer." It sure as heck didn"t work with "Son of the Mask."
DON'T DO IT AGAIN.
"Funny the things you remember, not so funny the things you forget..."
By Chris McKinney
(JCO Web Correspondent)
The New Line Platinum Series Edition DVD of "The Mask" is released tommorow!
The website DVDFanatic.com gave the DVD a really good rating, they gave the DVD film an A and the DVD special features an A-. Overall DVD rating an A! You can see the whole review by clicking here.
"The Mask" was one of the first titles ever released on DVD and one of Jim Carrey's biggest successes. The New Line Platinum Series release of "The Mask" will feature:
- 1 Original Theatrical Trailer
- 3 New Line Trailers: "The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King", "Elf", "Raise Your Voice"
- 2 Commentaries: Filmmakers and New Line Cinema's Bob Shaye, director Chuck Russell
- 2 Deleted Scenes
- 1 Documentary: "Return to Edge City" (The process of digital effects)
- 3 Featurettes: "Introducing Cameron Diaz", "What Makes Fido Run", "Cartoon Logic"
- Widescreen (1.85:1) version of the film
- DVD-ROM content includes script-to-screen
In theaters on August 16, 2013. Check JCO's Movie Area Here
I just got this DVD and I love it!!! The four documentaries are really interesting. My favorites are "Return to Edge City" and "Cartoon Logic."
The Movie itself is special to me, because it made me become a big Jim Carrey fan. I love this movie because it has my two favorite things: Cartoons and Jim Carrey!!
I bought the dvd, and it arrived Friday.
I've seen the movie a million times, but this widescreen remastered version is so much better. The colors were sharper and crisper.
On the setup, I chose the english subtitles. They were great. They spelled everything out-even when The Mask presses a little horn"A -O-O-G-A"
The subtitles even worked in the special features.
I had enjoyed the deleted scenes, and thought the second one was FUNNY.
The documentaries are great. I've seen RETURN TO EDGE CITY twice-and plan to watch it more.CARTOON LOGIC was so good.
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