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[Dead Deal] Big Trouble in Little China (Limited Edition Steelbook) (Blu-ray) - $24.99

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Big Trouble in Little China (Limited Edition Steelbook) (Blu-ray) - $24.99

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I noticed Best Buy has Big Trouble in Little China (Limited Edition Steelbook) (Blu-ray) on for $24.99.
Pretty decent deal since it usually sells for $30+ these days.
Free shipping is only for orders over $35 so you would have to add something else to make it worth while.

I added the Flash Gordon Steelbook pre-order for $19.99 since it looks pretty cool.
Even if the Flash Gordon won't ship for a while, I got free shipping for both.
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Loved this movie but no time or money, and time is money to a guy like me.
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This might be on sale because they're doing a "continuation" and trying to drive up interest. I'm sincerely hoping the next one is a good flick, this one is a classic and I'll definitely pick one of these up.

You simply can't improve upon stuff like "Honey, I never drive faster than I can see, and besides... it's all in the reflexes."
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My favourite Kurt Russell movie.
Some people just don't get that online forum posts shouldn't always be taken seriously.
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daviddavieboy wrote: Loved this movie but no time or money, and time is money to a guy like me.
And your PHONE is dead by the way.
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Man, John Carpenter had such a good run. Halloween, Escape from NY, The Thing, Big Trouble in Little China, and They Live... So many classics in just a 10 year period!
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Snagged one... It's all in the reflexes.
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classic movie.
i use to have the vhs way back.
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Agreed. One of my favorite movies too. :)
Very tempting ...
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slimym wrote: Snagged one... It's all in the reflexes.
I choked on my coffee on that one...
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I’m a reasonable guy. But, I’ve just experienced some very unreasonable things
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slimym wrote: Snagged one... It's all in the reflexes.
"Shut up. You were not brought upon this world to 'get it' "

honestly the whole movie would have been even better if it was just old Lopan and Jack debate for 90 mins. Jack would be wearing the lipstick.... of course!

Balls of fury......awesome...Its criminal that no one wrote a buddy action flick with Christopher Walken and James Hong.! 9 sequels minimum!!!



how did he keep a straight face making that scene!
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What is amazing James Hong is 91 years old and still active in the acting business. He started in the 1950's so his acting career is over 60 years.
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Tapout123 wrote: This might be on sale because they're doing a "continuation" and trying to drive up interest. I'm sincerely hoping the next one is a good flick, this one is a classic and I'll definitely pick one of these
As much as I like The Rock... his sequel will never match the magic of this movie. 80s was a different era and no PC BS so they could get away w/ more. There will be jokes but they'll play it safe not to insult this group, that group and the Chinese. Might as well just rename it Big Traffic on the 401.
Jonavin wrote: My favourite Kurt Russell movie.
Just love this movie too as well..a real 80s classic next to the SW trilogy, Back to the Future trilogy, Goonies, Gremlins and anything John Hughes.
Great KR movie but its not his best....just sayin'
AllanT232 wrote: classic movie.
i use to have the vhs way back.
Still do.... and w/ the VCR!!!
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Best Buy has had it at that price since it came out a few months ago in this release.
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LonesomeDove wrote: What is amazing James Hong is 91 years old and still active in the acting business. He started in the 1950's so his acting career is over 60 years.
Cartwright! Smiling Face With Open Mouth

I've been away for a while....
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Gtabuddy wrote: This movie has horrible acting all around.
i don't think movies like this are supposed to have good acting.
these movies are what that short film kung fury is all about.
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