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PostPosted: Mon Apr 25, 2005 5:49 pm 
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<center><b><u>DISNEY’S HILARIOUS COMEDY HIT COMES TO DVD</u>

THE PACIFIER

<i>Action Hero Vin Diesel Stars In Hysterical Family Comedy
From The Director of “Bringing Down The House”

Armed With Bonus Deleted Scenes, Outrageous Blooper Reel, Fun Special
Ops TV Commercials, On-the-Set Visit, Audio Commentary & More</i>

<u>On DVD June 28!</u>
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BURBANK, Calif., April 15, 2005 – Walt Disney Home Entertainment presents the $100+ million box-office
smash hit <b>THE PACIFIER</b>, the hilarious family comedy starring action hero Vin Diesel (“<i>The
Chronicles of Riddick</i>,” “<i>XXX</i>,” “<i>The Fast and the Furious</i>”) on Disney DVD and VHS June 28. Vin
Diesel stars as a tough-as-nails, combat-ready Navy SEAL who takes on the most challenging mission of
his life, protecting a family of five out-of-control kids. Even when he trades combat gear for diapers and
juice boxes, it’s not just a job, it’s a laugh-out-loud adventure that everyone will enjoy. <b>THE PACIFIER</b>
also stars Lauren Graham (“Bad Santa</i>,” TV’s “Gilmore Girls</i>”), Faith Ford (TV’s “<i>Hope & Faith</i>”),
Brittany Snow (TV’s “<i>American Dreams</i>”), Max Thieriot (“<i>Catch That Kid</i>”), Carol Kane (“<i>Confessions
of a Teenage Drama Queen</i>”) and two-time Emmy winner Brad Garrett (TV’s “<i>Everybody Loves
Raymond</i>”; “<i>Finding Nemo</i>”).

<b>THE PACIFIER</b> is loaded with DVD bonus materials for every member of the family. Included are:
outrageous bloopers, deleted scenes, Special Ops TV commercials; “On Set With Brad Garrett:
Unpacified;” “On Set With Mr. Diesel: Action Hero and Nice Guy;” and director/writer audio
commentary. <b>THE PACIFIER</b> is offered in two DVD versions, widescreen and fullscreen.

<b>THE PACIFIER</b> is written by Thomas Lennon & Robert Ben Garant. Directed by Adam Shankman,
director of the hit comedy “<i>Bringing Down The House</i>.”

<b><u>STREET DATE: JUNE 28, 2005</b></u>
<u>Direct prebook</u>: May 3, 2005
<u>Distributor prebook</u>: May 17, 2005
<u>Suggested retail price</u>: $29.99 DVD, $29.99 VHS
<u>Rated</u>: “PG” For Action Violence, Language And Rude Humor
Bonus materials unrated and subject to change.
<u>Feature running time</u>: Approximately 95 minutes
<u>DVD aspect ratio</u>: 2:35.1 enhanced for 16x9 TV screens
and separate
1:33.1 formatted 4x3
<u>DVD Sound</u>: Dolby® Digital 5.1 Surround Sound
<u>DVD languages</u>: English audio; French audio & subtitles

Walt Disney Home Entertainment is distributed by Buena Vista Home Entertainment, Inc., a recognized
industry leader. Buena Vista Home Entertainment, Inc. is the marketing, sales and distribution company
for Walt Disney, Touchstone, Hollywood Pictures, Miramax, Dimension and Buena Vista videocassettes
and DVDs.

Main Menu:
<img src="http://www.ultimatedisney.com/images/t-v/tpmenu.jpg">

Bonus Features Menu:
<img src="http://www.ultimatedisney.com/images/t-v/tpmenu2.jpg">

Deleted Scenes Menu:
<img src="http://www.ultimatedisney.com/images/t-v/tpmenu3.jpg">

Backstage Disney Menu:
<img src="http://www.ultimatedisney.com/images/t-v/tpmenu4.jpg">

<font size="4"><a href="http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/B00005JNQG/thehomeimprovemz">Image
Preorder <b>The Pacifier</b> (Widescreen Edition) from Amazon.com</a>

<a href="http://www.ultimatedisney.com/thepacifier.html">Read our <b>The Pacifier</b> DVD Review</a></font>
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Thanks for the news Luke! :thumb: I liked the Pacifier, not enough for it to have a 2-disc set but it's probably worth buying!


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That cover is crap. and so is the disc art.
What happened to the eldest daughter (the one from American Dreams, I think..)
But it's the content that counts, right? ;)

Hey, Luke (or whoever writes the review), persuade me to buy it.
I can't just buy it only because of Vin..I need a better reason. :lol:
It's another blind buy for me!

Hope the bonus features are good too! :up:

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To me it just looks like another of those films that have come out in the past few years....a comedy about looking after kids. But i shouldnt judge it as i've not seen it yet.......heck i dont even think its out in cinemas yet in the UK :lol:

And i agree the cover is abit boring.....

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I'm getting The Pacifier on June 28 and the art cover does suck along with the disc art. :D

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The cover art is really bad. I've read mediocre reviews about this film, but my friend says it's really good so I don't know if I should see it.

What do you think?


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I actually like the cover art I mean it does sort of suck that that the 2 older kids are not on the movie cover but I lik it becasue the duck is on it (he was defintley one of my favorite characters in the movie :lol: ) I am not sure if this is going to be a direct DVD buy for me but I will defintley add it to my b-day list. :) Thanks for the press realese Luke!

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'They're not BOOBS!'

That quote alone is reason to buy this. ;)

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I have yte to see this movie yet but I might get it as a blind buy. We'll have to see.

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the only thing that I like that was changed on the cover is the duck. :donald:

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RJKD23 wrote:
Hey, Luke (or whoever writes the review), persuade me to buy it.
I can't just buy it only because of Vin..I need a better reason. :lol:
It's another blind buy for me!


Well Kystal, since nobody really gave you a reason to buy it, I will. Here are a few reasons:

1.Gary The Duck!

2. Even though the movie is anything but original, the movie still works in an entertaining way.

3. There is actually quite alot of action! :twisted: Even though there isn't any gore or anything, I think it made it quite ride.

4. It actually made me laugh! There are quite a few jokes from the young girl, the babysitter, the baby and the duck! :D

5. Gary the Duck!

6. It has a surprising twist. Maybe it's because I don't see very many films(besides Disney and Star Wars! :D ) but I couldn't predict it. :roll:

7. It has an amusing cameo by Brad Garret(Robert from "Everybody Loves Raymond").

8. Not only did I like it, but my sister(23 years old) and my Mother(whose too embarrassed to let anyone know her real age! :lol: ) liked it.

9. The kids were a little annoying at the beginning, but at the end of the movie we end up liking them! :)

10. Did I forget Gary the Duck??? :lol:


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Isn't it a bit unrealistic that they keep a duck as a house pet? Just saying.


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eh the cover needs changing !

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chaychay102royal wrote:
Isn't it a bit unrealistic that they keep a duck as a house pet? Just saying.


I actually had a baby duck for a pet once! He was so cute! :D But we gave him away to a petting zoo when he was still little :( (He pooped too much!).


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I have never seen this movie, it didn't look like it was a good movie. I'm not really a Vin Diesel fan. Don't get me wrong I liked him in Saving Private Ryan, however his part was pretty brief. And I've never seen XXX. In all, I would probably rent it, but never buy it despite Luke's review.

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I don't really like Vin Diesel either and i'm not too interested in this movie but I have heard it's good.
I watched XXX and found it very boring. A Man Apart was okay. But Fast and the Furious was good.


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Timon/Pumba fan wrote:
chaychay102royal wrote:
Isn't it a bit unrealistic that they keep a duck as a house pet? Just saying.


I actually had a baby duck for a pet once! He was so cute! :D But we gave him away to a petting zoo when he was still little :( (He pooped too much!).


Okay, never mind then. It's just, you're the first person I've come across who actually had a duck in their home. Then again, most people I know spent four years of their lives in cramped apartment buildings (I lived on a Seminary where my dad was studying to become a pastor and everybody who lived on campus could say they had three next-door neighbors unless their family was huge. Even those people had a small apartment and had neighbors close by)


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chaychay102royal wrote:
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Isn't it a bit unrealistic that they keep a duck as a house pet? Just saying.


I actually had a baby duck for a pet once! He was so cute! :D But we gave him away to a petting zoo when he was still little :( (He pooped too much!).


Okay, never mind then. It's just, you're the first person I've come across who actually had a duck in their home. Then again, most people I know spent four years of their lives in cramped apartment buildings (I lived on a Seminary where my dad was studying to become a pastor and everybody who lived on campus could say they had three next-door neighbors unless their family was huge. Even those people had a small apartment and had neighbors close by)


What about Joey on Friends? :lol: HE HAS A DUCK! Anyways guess what I named the duck? Hint: :donald:


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It would be cool to have a duck as a pet :D


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I've never seen Friends. You named your duck Donald. (or Duck? That would be weird: a duck named Duck)


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