I had the set in my hands, but when I went to check out, they wouldn't sell it to me.
Turns out here's why:
How can you release a movie with parts of it missing?
Because someone made a mistake.
(Yeah, yeah. Rhetorical question, blatantly obvious answer... )
I bet that recalled verison will end up being worth a pretty sum on ebay to the collectors.
I've seen this sort of thing crop up before, and it has always been due to . . human error.
"Computer, destruct Sequence One, code one, one-A."
The new release date has been set--Sep. 28. At least Paramount didn't drag its feet on this one.