Michelle Faison | Quincy, MA USA | 10/11/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Action Classics 100 Movie Pack Alert ! This is a combination of the 50 Movie Pack Action Classics & 50 Movie Pack Suspence Classics offered by Amazon. This is not clear in the description online, nor the box. Once opened, you can only get a partial refund. I love these old movies. I haven't started watching these yet because I'm collecting so many of these Multiple Movie packs, but I expect that some will be difficult to see or hear, but it's great that these old movies have been saved. Great way for us retired middle agers to pass the time. Or even your parents will love to watch."
Annie Van Auken | Planet Earth | 10/24/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)
"The enormous ACTION CLASSICS 100 Movie Pack is a convenient combination of MILL CREEK's ACTION CLASSICS 50 Movie Pack and SUSPENSE CLASSICS 50 Movie Pack. Details of all 100 movies are available on my reviews located on those two product pages.
The ACTION CLASSICS 100 Movie Pack is 144 hours worth of non-stop adventure and is an excellent addition to any home film library.
Also worth checking out is HOLLYWOOD CLASSICS 100 Movie Pack. It's a star-studded extravaganza of lesser-known movies, both theatrical and made-for-TV."
Action Classics: A big hit with my family
J. Simonson | 12/29/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I bought this item as a Christmas gift for my father, who owns more DVDs than I can count. Within just a few days of receiving it, he and my brother have already watched at least dozen movies between them, and both are excited to watch more.
One warning: the films have not been remastered, and the picture and sound quality varies depending on which you are watching. In one movie they watched, the dialogue was difficult to understand because the sound was watery. The vast majority, however, are perfectly watchable, and any picture or sound quality issues are small enough so as not to be distracting or even noticeable.
That said, I'd recommend this item as a gift to anyone who really enjoys action movies, particularly if you're not sure exactly which ones they already own. Most of the films are relatively highly rated in Leonard Maltin's guides, and many are rare and difficult to find."