Programming note: We plan to have for you by the weekend, a fullscreen (blown up version) of "Beau Pere" and in addition we will bring you Le Parrain I" in dual French and English. Our french version of "The remains of the day" will appear soon as will a multisub fullscreen version of this great movie.
Today we are pleased to launch the French (dual French/English audio at 128K each with lovely picture too)
Here is the comment from our English version launch that has fifty seeders on it right now and completed two thousand copies in just a couple of days around the sad passing away of Mr. Paul Newman recently, who will certainly be fondly remembered with this gesture we fondly make here for him in addition.
Hi folks, this treat we have here for the family comes from the special edition 2 disc offering that we have made a conversion for you from. As such we do not give away 100% of what the DVD will provide if you got the dough. We do this deliberately, not wanting to go all the way to make added efforts to give you the DVD duplicate exactly in the way of supplementary features etc. As such, we provide a valid defence to those that are involved in seeding. We provide material that should by rights be in the public domain, and defensibly so. Much is already there by de-facto measures in that the actual DVD is being made available by some in multi-gigabyte download offerings. We provide what every family should have for free, and it promotes the industry in that those that love our stuff will go out and buy the DVD perhaps if they have the money to do so. We don't really recommend it though cause too much is overpriced and we think our stuff is great enough to settle for in the case you aren't a Rockefeller in fact. Or a Bill Gates for that matter. Please buy the family a nicer meal instead!
This is the widescreen special edition offering at 640 X 480 (the best that divx.com author would do for us) with 128K audio. its better specs than the XVID offerings we are aware of, and its DivX compatible including embedded subtitles in French and Spanish (that all there was on the disc) for those that need it. Someday the needs of Italians, Germans etc will be deemed as valid and legitimate (we live here too) and will be given due respect on the the subtitles selections. the morons of Hollywood don't even put the Italian subtitles normally on the North American editions of The Godfather movies. that is what I call downright stupid and insensitive to a fault, bud!
The Sting is one of the greatest family entertainment movies ever made. Although the plot is somewhat suspect of overdoing liberalism as to the motives of Robert Redford's character in getting involved in a "big time takedown", (after all his partner took a straight enough hit, so no need to feel hard done by I suppose), the movie offers the best performance ever by Redford and Paul Newman is in great form. I hope you have downloaded our offering of The verdict in DivX as it is a great addition to your library that no one should do without additionally if this movie here today interests you in the least!
Please note that many movies are now reasonable to own at the video store and should be paid for in my opinion. The Godfather is a great piece of work that deserves the ten dollar price tag that it now has dropped down to at local stores.Since it doesn't have Italian subtitles within the movie for DivX needs, I have made a reasonable offering of the movie here for my family especially from Italy. its something i do with a clear enough conscience. The Sound of music is still a rip-off at thirty bucks and you have to be rich to pay it. In the meantime, our kids are welcome to the DivX version I put up here earlier. they keep re-setting the completion numbers on us (movies I know we distributed thousands of copies of, often drop down to zero and start over and keep getting reset to zero before they even again get to 200 in a couple or few days again etc. I think that's somewhat counter productive as we can all handle the straight facts, since what we do is defensible. And it gives us a great sense of accomplishment to know what we do is well rewarded just in that way alone, and it happens best when trackers don't keep erasing the evidence that we are doing great work for all. Our movie "Reds" (Warren Beatty, Diane Keaton) has always had great seeding support for which I say a big thank you to all involved and every other movie too for the faithful support from great hearted souls who support the spreading of culture through the only available means in today's retarded marketplace of inane preferences and decision across the board.