from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To release (a movie, for example) again.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To release (a film, video game, etc.) again.
- n. A rereleased item.
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Or perhaps I was just bamboozled by the Giorgio Moroder techno score that accompanied the film's 1980s rerelease, which is replaced here by lush orchestration.
But I will be showing on the rerelease, which is coming out this fall.
The impetus for a rerelease is the feeling that, even though "Avatar" is the highest-grossing movie of all time, producers could have raked in even more money had they been able to hold on to the digital and Imax 3D screens that were lost when Disney opened
This song is both funky and flat and the question arises again as to whether KD&L should bother when an alternative way forward would be to just rerelease Fats Domino's back catalogue.
Blu-ray-promoting rerelease for the historic dinodrama.
Again, there is no reason to assume that every 3D-converted rerelease coming down the pike in the next year will perform like this one, anymore than other nationwide anniversary re-releases were expected to match the astonishing 1997 Star Wars Trilogy: Special Edition roll outs HERE for a review of the Star Wars Blu Ray set.
Also, I'll pass this along since it was posted today and the music and writing references music and, toward the end, games and the current event of a game rerelease.
I will be very interested to see how the upcoming wave of very Japanese, "outdated, though updated" games coming to the wii (starting with phantom brave's rerelease and Muramasa, and going through Tales of Graces) does on the wii, especially relative to any counterparts that exist on the other systems.
If they were really wanting to build the nostalgia factor they would rerelease the original Tron in August-September for a 1-2 month run.
It would be interesting if Boom! or someone would rerelease the comic book adaptation of the movie, include the couple of issues that took place after the movie.
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