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  1. daniellocz14
    Today 05:12 AM
    Another quick question since i just got the movie today. I'm watching it on a 49" LG 4KTV and this movie for some reason during the imax scenea it won't go completely full screen like other ones (ex. The dark knight). Did this happen to you too? Works fine with other 1:85 and 1:78 blu rays but not this one. Just small bars on the top and bottom during the imax scenes.
  2. daniellocz14
    09-22-2014 11:57 PM
    I had the privilege of watching it in an authentic IMAX Theatre here in Sacramento and it was glorious.
  3. Ferrari Fan
    09-22-2014 11:30 PM
    Ferrari Fan
    Transformers: Age of Extinction review question. I noticed that you reviewed the standard blu ray and 3D version of this movie. I noticed that on the regular blu ray you gave it 2 1/2 stars for the movie itself. But for the #D version you gave the movie itself 3 stars. Why two different ratings on the quality of the movie itself, not counting the picture quality or sound quality ? Just curious. Thanks
  4. daniellocz14
    09-22-2014 10:34 PM
    As for the 94 mins that i read it contained, i got that info from Wikipedia's article on DMR movies.
  5. daniellocz14
    09-22-2014 10:33 PM
    Hi, that's totally fine, as long as you estimate that it was around 90 or more mins then it's great. Wouldn't want to kiss out on the epicness that was watching this in IMAX 3D.
  6. daniellocz14
    09-22-2014 01:51 AM
    Hi, i read your review of the 3D Transformers age of extinction and was wondering how many minutes of IMAX footage does it have? I read that the theatrical imax 3d version of the movie had 94 minutes so i wanted to know if it contained all 94 minutes.
  7. DisgruntledNinja
    08-29-2014 05:04 PM

    I will give you that the lack of a sticker on the shrink wrap (or other rebate notification within the packaging) seems a little lackluster on the part of Paramount. Perhaps it's because the rebate involves little more than jotting down the UPC of a previous edition, information that could easily be obtained online by those who never made the earlier purchase. I don't know. But they certainly made a mistake the first time around, and while it would be impractical for them to give away copies of "Compendium" for free, I think this offering is at least a little reassuring. Hopefully studios won't skimp on the special features in the future, for as long as physical media sticks around.
  8. DisgruntledNinja
    08-29-2014 05:04 PM

    That's a fair point. I'm coming from the specific position where it's a "double-dip" for the first movie only; when "Into Darkness" came out and the news broke that the special features had been spread out across a number of retail exclusives worldwide, I actively refused to make the purchase.

    That said, it's become tragically rare in our culture to own up to one's missteps or make apologies for it (in business or politics it's seen as "career killing"). According to Bill Hunt at The Digital Bits, Paramount approached him to ask how they could make this "Into Darkness" debacle better - and he outlined the exact package they eventually saw fit to deliver (rebate and all). More on that story here, in case you hadn't seen it:
  9. DisgruntledNinja
    08-28-2014 12:29 AM
    Hey there! I just read your "Star Trek Compendium" review and you spent a good chunk of it lamenting the "double dip." In fact, this release is in response to fan feedback that the previous release of "Into Darkness" didn't have the features they were expecting to see. They've even gone so far as to offer a *rebate* to anyone who bought a previous release of either Star Trek film:

    Personally, I'm impressed with Paramount for this response and I hate to see it diminished to "double dip" status. I think it's an action that deserves to be rewarded, in fact, so that studios take notice and continue to provide this amount of supplementary content for all titles in the future.
  10. Sailor09
    06-15-2014 05:02 PM
    In your review of "Lone Survivor" you use the word "Afghani" to refer to the people of Afghanistan but the correct term is "Afghan". Afghani is the unit of currency and Afghans are offended to be called that.

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