dealsoffice space - widescreen - dvd for $3.99 + freeā€¦

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Blu-ray is $6.99 on Amazon....

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Do they have a red swingline stapler special edition?

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Thanx for the link, this is a must for the collection.

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I beg you to see this if you have not. Far too many people have not seen this movie.

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Awesome movie! Perfect for anyone that works (or has worked) in an office. You'll be saying lines from the movie at work.

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@kirkhilles:
"Yeaaahhh... If you could just go ahead and make sure you do that from now on, that will be grrereaat."

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Must have this one! Thanks for sharing the deal!!!

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I has a boss that was exactly like Lundbergh, the mannerisms and the coffee cup...I recreated a TPS report cover sheet after getting an email for not using the new cover sheet for some report I'd submitted, and left several copies on the corner of my desk for some time. Everyone else got the reference apart from him.

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Is it still necessary to specify that DVD movies are in widescreen? I mean, what wouldn't be released in widescreen unless it's an older than dirt film (like Seven Samurai)? Not a complaint, it just sounded funny to read that.

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@jikkme: Well, its funny, but we still have our 10+ year old CRT 4:3 TV and generally have preferred DVDs in non-wide-screen format. A better question could be, why get a 480 line resolution DVD for your 1080 line resolution big screen TV... That's what Blu-Rays are for.

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@kirkhilles: Depends on the movie. Some older movies were poorly transfered to blu ray, and the quality difference is negligible. If the dvd is a lot cheaper on those, I would get that.

If Amazon's is only $3 more for the blu ray I would get that. But $10 more for a low budget movie without special effects? A $3.99 dvd is a great deal regardless of your television.

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Note: This isn't even the Special Edition.

Plus, I got the Blu-Ray for like a dollar more than this. So, there's that.

Sorry, guys, but $3.99 for a bare-bones standard-def DVD just isn't a deal anymore.