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Where can I get "Airplane" the movie on DVD?

Airplane is a cult film, love it or loath, it you can't ignore it. Even after all these years after production, it still enjoys public acclaim and the reviews on the web are universally high. Airplane on IMDB, scores an impressive 4 stars whilst the other notoriously hard to please rating site, Rotten Tomatoes, gives it a satisfaction score of 98%. So isn't it about tim you added it to your collection?

Witty script

Quotes The dialogue from this 1980 movie is definitely juvenile but, it is also very funny. There are so many memorable Airplane movie quotes that to begin listing them, is dangerous as someone's favourite is always left out. The jive talk scene is a great piece of scriptwriting but, it's too long to recreate here so, let's take a look at just a few of the on-liners that have entered everyday usage. "I guess the foot's on the other hand now, isn't it, Kramer?" "Surely you must be joking?" replied with "Dont call me Shirley!" and "Stop calling me Shirley" "I remember how you used to hold me and... how I used to sit on your face and wiggle..." "Looks like I picked the wrong week to quit sniffing glue." "There's no reason to be alarmed and we hope you enjoy the rest of your flight. By the way, is there anyone on board who knows how to fly a plane?" "Flying a plane is no different from riding a bicycle; it's just a lot harder to put baseball cards in the spokes." "Look at that dress... It's awful! And those shoes and that coat... Geez!" "Roger, Roger. What's our vector, Victor?" "Have you ever seen a grown man naked?" "Just wanted to let you know: good luck, we're all counting on you."

Where to buy

Availability of the film As far as plane movies go, it's hard to see how this film could have been improved. The deadpan comedy style has been much imitated over the years but, never really surpassed. An Airplane video or DVD is now a must in any serious film collectors' library and its popularity is such that it is still readily available in the high street and online. Search for the film online With so many retailers being able to provide the film, it is wise to see where you can get the best deal. Try searching through price comparison websites such as Kelkoo, Pricerunner or Best-DVD-price to find the current best bargain.

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