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  1. DrrnHarr
    Yesterday 01:09 AM
    Ref: Your "Billion Dollar Brain" review.

    I am not familiar with the movie having not seen it for decades, but I thought I would explain the difference between a billion in the UK and the U.S. at the time of the movie's release:

    In Britain a billion was a million million.

    In the United States a billion is a thousand million.

    Since the movie's release the British definition has adopted the American definition, but at the time of the movie's release a billion was a million million.

  2. Jammingene
    10-15-2014 07:13 PM
    Mr. Kauffman, Do you know if the issues you talked about on your review of "The Phantom of the Opera" (1925) have been straightened out. Is it safe to buy this BD disc now? Thank you.
  3. CyberGhostface
    10-08-2014 12:15 AM
    Hi regarding your review of American Horror Story, Kathy Bates plays Delphine LaLaurie not Marie Laveau (you refer to her as the latter).
  4. hatchj
    09-19-2014 09:42 PM
    There are no French or Portuguese subtitles on "THE FAULT IN OUR STARS" according to the cover of the Blu-Ray movie on the Walmart Exclusive Edition. Please verify all other Editions.
  5. Happy_Evil_Dude
    09-10-2014 01:01 PM
    Hello Jeffrey,

    I was reading your Brick Mansions review when I came accross the sentence "indeed Brick Mansions bears Besson's imprimatur, although this time as producer rather than director" which to me reads as though Besson was the director of District B13, so you may want to revise that wording.

  6. spintotenore
    08-25-2014 05:52 AM
    Dear Mr. Kauffman,

    Once again, you have given us a fair, and, particularly here, informative review of Twilight Time's Blu-ray release of The Buddy Holly Story. I do have one point of contention, however. My understanding is that the plane carrying Messrs. Holly, Valens and the Big Bopper left Clear Lake, Iowa and crashed early in the morning of February 3, 1959. It is that date which is the "Day the Music Died", per Don McLean in American Pie, and not February 9, 1959, as you have it.

    Thanks for your reviews!

    Kevin Courtemanche
  7. penguin
    08-08-2014 11:06 PM
    Your reviews are always most interesting and reliable, but in Cast a Giant Shadow you make no mention of subtitles that are claimed by amazon to be there. Also region lock is another issue for films that are only released in the USA. Not everyone has an Oppo!
    07-30-2014 03:55 AM

    I've skimmed the chapters of the previous NOSFERATU, and the one in HERZOG collectuon(English). I'm seeing differences in the two discs both picture and audio wise. If you would like I can watch the English version on both discs, and give you my thoughts. But I would love you to take a look, and update as need be. All the extras are the same. The disc art is diffrent along with tbe picture and audio. My personal favorite o's the the one in the collection. It seams that they had more time to work on the picture and audio quality. I believe it was transferred at a higher resolution. It picture is not a hazy and the difference 8th hands down jaw dropping.

    It's not the first time shout would correct errors.

    Hope this reaches you in a pleasant mood.

    Great reviews

  9. redskys
    07-25-2014 03:21 AM
    Your "refuse to cover any accents in these locations" has unintentional appropriateness and humor... As Inspector Clouseau would often utter, "swine" spell check...
  10. Tornado Red
    07-22-2014 01:18 PM
    Tornado Red
    Thanks for your The Division Bell review Jeffrey. I also noticed the buried lead vocals like you mentioned so gave it another listen. David and Rick's lead vocals seem to be spread out on the L/R fronts. So put my ear ON my center channel and virtually nothing coming out. Only an extremely imperceivable echo, no appreciable sound at all. Almost like a quad mix, or 4.1 as it were. Checked my settings and other discs, not my equipment. Usually 5.1 music has the lead vocal front and center, on the centre channel as I'm sure you're aware. This seems strange, and may account for the "buried" vocals we're hearing. If you get the chance, give it another listen and see what you think...



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