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Great movie, shame about the DVD cover

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When a film fails to impress during its theatrical release, you can understand why the marketing bods would go back to the drawing board when it comes to selling it to the audience at home. But when it does work first time around, new artwork becomes a bit of a head-scratcher.

Check out this set of great movies which were given bizarrely unappealing DVD and Blu-ray covers...

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