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TJ Luoma
Why is “Glengarry Glen Ross” unavailable? It's not on iTunes, or Amazon Prime Video, and the only versions of the Blu-Ray or DVD on Amazon are imports or some other non-US version. What‘s going on here?
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John Gruber Sep 2
Replying to @tjluoma
“Glenngarry Glen Ross”’s complete absence is interesting. I can watch it on Apple TV under “Purchased Movies” because I bought it a few years ago, but it doesn’t show up if I just ask Siri.
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TJ Luoma Sep 2
Replying to @gruber
We just watched a “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee” where Jerry talked about it with Mario Joyner and I wanted to watch it. Amazon Prime Video says “Our agreements with the content provider don’t allow purchases of this title at this time.” I probably have a disc… somewhere.
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Eric Meyer, CSS Nerd Sep 2
Replying to @tjluoma
Because “Glengarry” is for closers.
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TJ Luoma Sep 2
Replying to @meyerweb
Well I _was_ trying to close a sale… on a Blu-Ray.
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Adam Codega Sep 2
Replying to @tjluoma
Glengarry Glen Ross is for closers.
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TJ Luoma Sep 2
Replying to @adamcodega @meyerweb
beat you to the 👊
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Scott Allen Sep 2
Replying to @tjluoma
I bought it on DVD at some point. Long time ago though.
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TJ Luoma Sep 2
Replying to @smallen13
It was clearly available at some point. Just not now.
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John Gruber Sep 2
Replying to @tjluoma
Several of Jim Cameron’s movies aren’t available either. Try finding “The Abyss” or “True Lies”. (I see both on Amazon Prime, but that’s not the good version of “The Abyss”.)
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TJ Luoma Sep 2
Replying to @gruber
I'm hoping maybe this means they are making new versions. _The Abyss_ really needs a special version on Blu-Ray.
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