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    Default Re: Almost Famous

    I haven't seen it. Is it still available to buy does anybody know?
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    Default Re: Almost Famous

    You can still order it on Amazon.com

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    Yes, it's still readily available.

    Here's the normal version:

    [ame]http://www.amazon.co.uk/Almost-Famous-DVD/dp/B000C4ETDI/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1325174534&sr=8-1[/ame]

    There also seems to be a director's cut. I might have to look into that!

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    Default Re: Almost Famous

    Thanks Soda and TK. I'll definitely have a look into it.
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    Yep GA - you definitely need to check it out. All this talk has made me want to watch it again. I think I'll try to watch it over the weekend!

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    I've never seen it either. I see that Amazon.ca lists a bootleg director's cut, but only used ones from other sellers. They range from $36 to $115! I think I'll try for one around $40.00 that ships from inside Canada.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sodascouts View Post
    Yes, it's still readily available.

    Here's the normal version:

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Almost-Famou...5174534&sr=8-1

    There also seems to be a director's cut. I might have to look into that!
    I bought the director's cut several years ago. It also included a disc of the original theatrical version and a Stillwater CD. The director's cut gives you 35 additional minutes, and I highly recommend it for any fan of the movie.

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    I ordered the directors cut last week because I wanted to see it again & I thought it would be cool to see the directors cut. I should get it next week!

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    I saw one copy of the regular version in Future Shop on Friday for $12.99 but they were so busy I didn't have time to stand in line to buy it. Harold says he saw it in Bluray in Walmart so I think I'll try those sources before I order it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sodascouts View Post
    OK, just finished. Clever movie. And considering that despite all of Russell's flaws, he still seems like the coolest guy in the room... I can definitely see that as Glenn-like! BTW, did you guys see that Peter Frampton is billed as a technical consultant? For some reason that strikes me as funny!


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    yeah Peter Frampton actually wrote the Stillwater songs that are played in the movie as well.

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