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I have to admit, DVD collecting is a relatively new hobby for me that I am starting to really get into. But after the last couple of months, I've gotten especially proud of my DVD collection and I like how it is going right now. At the current time, I have a lot of classics, and some pre-film enthusiast movies that I have had. I don't have nearly enough foreign films, or modern films I enjoy but I look forward to be getting a lot more DVDs this year and beyond. I will always update this thread whenever I make new purchases and add movies to my DVD collection. Okay, alphabetically:

12 Angry Men (1957, Lumet)



2001: A Space Odyssey (1968, Kubrick)



3:10 to Yuma (2007, Mangold)



Aguirre: The Wrath of God (1972, Herzog)



Alien (1979, Scott)



All the President's Men (1976, Pakula)



The Bad Seed (1956, LeRoy)



Batman: The Animated Series, Volume 1



Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid (1969, Hill)



Chinatown (1974, Polanski)



A Clockwork Orange (1971, Kubrick)



The Conversation (1974, Coppola)



The Dark Knight (2008, Nolan)




"Money won is twice as sweet as money earned."



Dial M for Murder (1954, Hitchcock)



Die Hard (1987, McTiernan)



Double Indemnity (1944, Wilder)



Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004, Gondry)



Fargo (1996, Coens)



Finding Nemo (2003, Stanton)



Forrest Gump (1994, Zemeckis)



The Godfather (1972, Coppola)



The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly (1966, Leone)



Groundhog Day (1993, Ramis)



Happy Gilmore (1996, Dugan)



Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (2002, Columbus)



Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004, Cuaron)



Home Alone (1990, Columbus)



Iron Man (2008, Favreau)



Jaws (1975, Spielberg)



Jurassic Park Adventure Pack (1993, 1997, 2001, Spielberg, Spielberg, Johnston)




Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Event (2004, Silberling)



Letters from Iwo Jima (2006, Eastwood)



Man on Wire (2008, Marsh)



The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956, Hitchcock)



McCabe & Mrs. Miller (1971, Altman)



North By Northwest (1959, Hitchcock)



O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000, Coens)



One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1975, Forman)



Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest (2006, Verbinski)



Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003, Verbinski)



Planet of the Apes (2968, Schaffner)



The Polar Express (2004, Zemeckis)



Rear Window (1954, Hitchcock)



Scrubs: The Complete First Season



The Shawshank Redemption (1994, Darabont)



The Shining (1980, Kubrick)




Shrek (2001, Adamson and Jenson)



The Simpsons, The Complete First Season



The Simpsons, The Complete Second Season



The Simpsons, The Complete Third Season



The Simpsons, The Complete Fourth Season



The Simpsons, The Complete Fifth Season



The Simpsons, The Complete Sixth Season



The Simpsons, The Complete Seventh Season



The Simpsons, The Complete Eigth Season



The Simpsons, The Complete Ninth Season



The Simpsons, the Complete Tenth Season



The Simpsons, The Complete Eleventh Season



The Simpsons, The Complete Twelfth Season



The Simpsons Movie (2007, Silverman)



The Sixth Sense (1999, Shyamalan)



Slumdog Millionaire (2008, Boyle)




Spider-Man (2002, Raimi)



Spider-Man 2 (2004, Raimi)



Taxi Driver (1976, Scorsese)



Vertigo (1958, Hitchcock)



We're No Angles (1955, Capra)



Wild Strawberries (1957, Bergman)




Cool collection Badger, I think I have almost 90% of these myself. Love seeing all those seasons of The Simpsons.

I figured I'd boost you up to a full lightsaber there seeing as you were so close.
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The Apartment (1960, Wilder)



Lawrence of Arabia (1962, Lean)



The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962, Ford)



Stalker (1979, Tarkovsky)



Star Wars: Original Trilogy (1977, 1980, 1983, Lucas, Kershner, Marquand)



Wings of Desire (1987, Wenders)




The next DVDs include older ones I found and newer purchases:

Apocalypse Now (1979, Coppola)



Avatar (2009, Cameron) P.S. I didn't want this edition but got it as a gift



Billy Madison (1995, Davis)



Brett Favre-- On and Off the Field



The Day After Tomorrow (2004, Emmerich)



The Departed (2006, Scorsese)



Die Another Day (2002, Tamahori)



Dog Day Afternoon (1975, Lumet)



Dr. Strangelove: Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964, Kubrick)



The Godfather Trilogy: The Coppola Restoration (1972, 1974, 1990, Coppola)



Gone with the Wind (1939, Fleming)



The Greatest Game Ever Played (2005, Paxton)



It's a Wonderful Life (1946, Capra)



The Long Goodbye (1973, Altman)



Men in Black 2 (2002, Sonnenfield)



National Treasure (2004, Turteltaub)



NFL- Greatest Follies




The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993, Selick)



Playtime (1967, Tati)



Psycho (1960, Hitchcock)



Pulp Fiction (1994, Tarantino)



Raging Bull (1980, Scorsese)



Remember the Titans (2000, Yakin)



The Royal Tenenbaums (2001, Anderson)



Shaun of the Dead (2004, Wright)



The Third Man (1949, Reed)



Tomorrow Never Dies (1997, Spottiswoode)



Unforgiven (1992, Eastwood)




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That cover for Royal Tenenbaums is sooo cool!

Makes mine look so... vapid

Awesome collection by the way!
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That cover for Royal Tenenbaums is sooo cool!
Really? Even if I hadn't tried and failed to watch that crap, that cover would put me off. Different strokes, I guess.



The Nightmare Before Christmas was directed by Henry Selick.
Fixed. Thanks.

Really? Even if I hadn't tried and failed to watch that crap, that cover would put me off. Different strokes, I guess.
Honeykid...



Yeah, I know a lot of people aren't into Wes Anderson's films, but I really like The Royal Tenenbaums. The humor aspect of the film is underrated.



No, the humour aspect isn't underrated, it's non-existent.

With both being "black comedies", Fargo easilys beats out The Royal Tenenbaums in my book.