Dolph gets no respect in the UK

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Postby manudenis2005 on 22 Jan 2008, 15:48

I've seen worse than Red Agent,like some Seagal recent flicks.
I'm problably the only one who likes Retrograde a little.I bought the Region 2 hungarian dvd only for 1.5 euros(it's an original dvd not a pirate one).
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Postby leigh1975 on 25 Jan 2008, 02:53

So my Agent red arrived, and... It's not THAT bad!!! Sure, it's all over the place, and definitely down there with Sweepers, BUT!, I have a theory. It's only shite if you've seen 3 films; Solo, Stormcatcher, and Counter Measures. If you take that knowledge away, it hangs together better. OT, but Seagal's Today You Die is the same fish. Forget you saw top Of The World and No Code Of Conduct 10 years ago, and it's a fairly hefty DTV actioner. Having said that, the best thing i would say about Agent Red is, the cover's very nice... !

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Postby The_Canadian on 25 Jan 2008, 05:02

leigh1975 wrote:the cover's very nice... !


That it is...
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Postby manudenis2005 on 25 Jan 2008, 23:55

Does the cover have that picture from Showdown In Little Tokyo?
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Postby leigh1975 on 26 Jan 2008, 04:19

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Mechanik or Defender release in the UK?

Postby leigh1975 on 16 Feb 2008, 22:38

Since Missionary Man has been a relative DVD success in the UK, any chance Sony will release either of these posthumously? it wouldnt be the first time they've done this, The same happened with Seagal and Today You Die, whhich was released a couple of years after titles that were made after TYD's US release. Here's hoping.
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Postby Jox on 17 Feb 2008, 12:23

I do believe so, although I can't confirm it, but yeah chances are the UK shelves will see an avalanche of Dolph DVDs this year...
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Postby Craigie-Boy on 20 Feb 2008, 04:26

Good stuff. That's what I like to hear. Is it likely to be just his new films, or do you reckon we can expect a couple of his older ones too? I'm waiting impatiently for Men Of War myself...
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Postby Jox on 20 Feb 2008, 10:33

Well "Men of War" is at another distributor than Sony in the UK, so this one is up to Entertainment Film there...
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Postby Jox on 22 Feb 2008, 01:05

My Brit fellows, "The Defender" is announced for a UK release on May 5th!
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Postby Tom on 22 Feb 2008, 17:47

Excellent!!! I'll be getting that! Is it from Sony? I'm hoping for another wide release, then I can get it down the high street. Jerry Springers got his own show in the UK at the moment, so I'd guess they'll give it the fight factory treatment and make it a chart release.
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Postby Jox on 22 Feb 2008, 22:39

Yep it's another Sony release (so it didn't take too long for MM to show them they had to get TD out), and so assume "The Mechanik" should quickly follow!
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