No it doesn’t include the final film, but it’s still 7 movies for $29.99 (that’s $4.28 per movie). Not to mention bonus features and such. It’s marked down 62% off the $78.92 list price but only for today!
I just bought this deal. I’ve never seen any of these movies before, but I’m sure I’ll love them once I actually watch them.
POTTERHEADS!! It’s a sweet-ass deal! I have all those movies already and I’m thinking about it…
What I really want is for them to put out a box set with all eight films, plus 10+ hours of bonus materials, and any other lil tidbits they want to throw in…siiiigghhh! some day…
Check out my debut album that I have worked on for 7 months along with Chris Wallitsch and many other talented musicians/artists! Please take 30 mins of your time to listen and if you would like to purchase the album that would be AMAZING!
“I think it’s a healthy reminder for everyone to stop what they’re doing every once in a while and remind themselves just how lucky they are to have anything at all. People that love them that they don’t care for, food to eat that they don’t like, a TV with shows that don’t interest them, money that never seems to be enough, water that’s too plain and not sweet enough for their tastes, shoes to walk in that aren’t exactly the right color, and an internet to complain about all of it on. You may not appreciate what you have at this exact moment, but once someone takes away what you’ve taken for granted, you’ll surely want it back.”—
“Here’s the thing about being a girlie girl. I think there was a generation before us that felt like they needed to act like men to be taken seriously, like they had to use their sexuality to take control of people. I don’t judge people for that. But I don’t want to take all my clothes off and use myself as an object. It’s part of the machine and I don’t think that necessarily pushes us forward as women. I think you can still be girlie and maintain your power. The fact that you associate being girlie with being non-threatening, that is I mean, I can’t think of more blatant example of playing into exactly the thing that we’re trying to fight against. I can’t be girlie? Why do I need to be defined aesthetically by someone else’s perceptions of what makes me seem like someone who should be taken seriously? I’m going to wear whatever I want to wear, because I’m expressing myself, and I deserve that right. And I like the way that looks. You’re not demeaning yourself by acting girlie. I think the fact that people are associating being girlie with weakness, that needs to be examined. Not me dressing girlie. I don’t think that undermines my power at all.”—