“Serenity” on DVD Dec. 20, 2005

Anonymous Coward writes, at amazon.com. Some
details : Format: Ac- , Dolby, Dubbed, Subtitled,
Widescreen
Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1

Available Subtitles: English, Spanish, French
Digital 5.1), French (Dolby Digital 5.1)

Commentary by: Writer/Director Joss Whedon


Deleted scenes and outtakes

Future History: The Story of Earth That Was


What’s in a Firefly

Re-Lighting the Firefly

Joss Whedon Introduction

You can find and preorder it here,
as I’ve just done. Shiny!

8 replies on ““Serenity” on DVD Dec. 20, 2005”

  1. nkuzmik says:

    Pre order
    I wonder how many orders they have gotten…

    How many more people are going to wait and get it at Best Buy for about $15-16, and not pay shipping…

    • Gaewyn says:

      Re: Pre order

      I wonder how many orders they have gotten…

      How many more people are going to wait and get it at Best Buy for about $15-16, and not pay shipping…

      If it weren’t for the date I would… but you’re not gonna get me anywhere near Worst-Buy that close to Christmas. It’s worth the extra money.

      Plus… if you get this and BG then you get free shipping anyways.

  2. Dave says:

    As long as you’re preordering stuff for December 20…
    Don’t forget to pre-order the next chunk of Battlestar Galactica too. :D

  3. Eldhrin says:

    Wheee
    Anybody heard anything about the Region 2 release?

  4. rickyjames says:

    Theme Song
    “Take my Book, Take my Wash, kick me right square in the crotch…
    I don’t care, I’ll still see, ths movie Whedon’s made for me…”

    My new fav theme song from Serenity in 2000 Words or Less. I am still really, really pissed about Serenity. I’m almost glad the numbers are such they’re not gonna be able to do Serenity II: The Decapitation of Kaylee.

    • Eldhrin says:

      Re: Theme Song

      “Take my Book, Take my Wash, kick me right square in the crotch…
      I don’t care, I’ll still see, ths movie Whedon’s made for me…”

      My new fav theme song from Serenity in 2000 Words or Less. I am still really, really pissed about Serenity. I’m almost glad the numbers are such they’re not gonna be able to do Serenity II: The Decapitation of Kaylee.

      Whaaa? No! It was great!

      • rickyjames says:

        Re: Theme Song

        Whaaa? No! It was great!

        As I’ve noted before, I agree Serenity is a great one-shot movie that mixes war and horror elements in a traditional Hero-Rises-To-The-Occasion-Amid-Death gritty drama. Unfortunately, I was hoping for an extension and perhaps even revival of Firefly, a great ongoing story mixing sci-fi and western elements as a non-traditional dysfunctional-family-overcoming-all-odds in a charming melodrama.

        Course, I’m an married old guy and they killed off not one but both old guys and the only realistic sci-fi married couple ever with whom I identified. I feel disenfranchised from Firefly by Serenity, but maybe I’m just prejudiced.

        • Eldhrin says:

          Re: Theme Song

          Whaaa? No! It was great!

          As I’ve noted before, I agree Serenity is a great one-shot movie that mixes war and horror elements in a traditional Hero-Rises-To-The-Occasion-Amid-Death gritty drama. Unfortunately, I was hoping for an extension and perhaps even revival of Firefly, a great ongoing story mixing sci-fi and western elements as a non-traditional dysfunctional-family-overcoming-all-odds in a charming melodrama.

          Course, I’m an married old guy and they killed off not one but both old guys and the only realistic sci-fi married couple ever with whom I identified. I feel disenfranchised from Firefly by Serenity, but maybe I’m just prejudiced.

          So you don’t think that Firefly can continue without Wash and Book? I see no reason why not – the remaining characters have plenty of relationship between them, the loss of Wash and Book themselves will create a whole pile of things for Whedon to explore… I can see it going on quite well.

          Unfortunately the box office returns haven’t done the film justice, so he may not get the chance.

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