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Old 12-07-2017, 04:09 AM   #101
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I watched this last night and I thought the movie looked great. I just bought the regular blu ray and while I'm not a DNR expert I didn't think anyone looked waxy as a lot of people are suggesting, ok maybe the bar scene Arnold looked a little bit waxy but for the rest of the movie he looked fine.

To be honest I don't mind grain being removed to give me a clearer picture and yes a little more grain might bring out some more finer details but this is the best T2 has looked and I'm happy with it. They also fixed a lot of movie mistakes which makes this better as well.
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Old 12-10-2017, 11:08 AM   #102
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Originally Posted by LordCrumb View Post
I've only seen reviews of the 4K disc.. are we assuming (or has it been confirmed) the BD disc included in the UHD set is the new master, with seamless branching, or is it just the remastered Theatrical cut.... or, is it just the Skynet Edition disc repackaged?
Theatrical Cut on 1080pBD is the new master with Skynet Transfer for Seamless branching.
When the Theatrical starts, there is a credit that acknowledges the 3D version in a title card (and obviously all 3 cuts do, due to seamless branching).

I watched the end of the ESE and one could see the PQ quality change from the end of the last scene seen in the Theatrical (John and Sarah standing over the smelter) and then watching the extra long ending (with both Sarah and John very old in a playground).

As stated before, in the main menu it states something like: “For highest picture quality please watch the Theatrical Cut”

While the PQ still looks DNR’d, there appears to be more fine detail (Studio Canal using a better DNR program?) and it is not as waxy or washed out as the Skynet Edition.

Will definitely be seeking to offload the Skynet copy (whether through gifting or selling dirt cheap on EBay).
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Old 12-11-2017, 10:42 AM   #103
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Disappointing release. The extended scenes are taken from the DNR'd master. They did not remaster the extended scenes.
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