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Old 01-13-2018, 07:02 PM   #21
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HMV pre-order up, £14.99 - clicky

Now wait for Amazon to price drop, for those who like to support the evil empire
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Ta. Pre-ordered with HMV. Wont go cheaper for a long time (if ever).
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Despite the love for it here, this film has very much fallen beneath my radar.

Can anyone expand on what it's like (other than 'good'), possibly saying what other films it's similar to?

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Despite the love for it here, this film has very much fallen beneath my radar.

Can anyone expand on what it's like (other than 'good'), possibly saying what other films it's similar to?

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Antonioni certainly marches to the beat of his own drum, so it's kind of difficult to compare it to other films. It's a slow film, but a beautiful one, one that is easy to find yourself absorbed in. Nicholson's performance is wonderful too. I think its a really remarkable and engrossing piece of work, but plenty of friends and colleagues disagree.

This trailer is pretty funny, but not particularly helpful (though in a sense it does serve as a reminder that it must be a pretty difficult film to market).

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I think adam pretty much summed it up, i would say the same thing. It's not really similar to anything i can think of but if you go with it, it's a beautiful journey.
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Can anyone expand on what it's like (other than 'good'), possibly saying what other films it's similar to?

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Pre-ordered!
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On the basis of what I've seen so far - and I understand the final encode will advance on this - I reckon people are going to be pleasantly surprised.

Some people have been spooked by the Spanish BD looking so terrible, but in no way does that reflect what Sony's master actually looks like. And Powerhouse's encoding policy, in line with pretty much everything that David Mackenzie works on, is to give the main feature maximum room to breathe while compressing the extras much more (especially modern talking-heads pieces shot against static backgrounds). Handily, in this particular case three of the major extras are commentaries so don't take up much additional disc space at all.
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