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Old 04-08-2015, 09:30 PM   #3001
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I can single out the moment
[Show spoiler]when Cooper leaves his family for the mission, as he drives off in his pick-up, the sound was seriously over bearing right there.


on the otherhand, i see the entire movie as an adventure in film making, Chris Nolan spoke of his drive to have the sound the way it was, I'll always back artistic licence..
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Old 04-08-2015, 09:55 PM   #3002
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I can single out the moment
[Show spoiler]when Cooper leaves his family for the mission, as he drives off in his pick-up, the sound was seriously over bearing right there.


on the otherhand, i see the entire movie as an adventure in film making, Chris Nolan spoke of his drive to have the sound the way it was, I'll always back artistic licence..
It's all supposed to be real loud at that point, what with the segue straight into the launch of the spacecraft which, as I understand it, is an event that's usually pretty darned loud anyway. I love how the blaring music gives way to the roar of the engines as it takes off, and I can still hear mission control giving the countdown perfectly well in the midst of it.

I've got a fair few problems with Interstellar the film, but not Interstellar the sound mix.

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I really never had a problem hearing dialogue both IMAX showings I went to. I mean like maybe 2 or 3 lines in the whole film, but that's fairly average for movie. There's always a few lines I have trouble hearing. I guess I can't criticize anybody who did have problems though.

Wasn't it mostly with IMAX digital screenings people had trouble hearing, or am I just imagining that? For some reason I was under that impression
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I really never had a problem hearing dialogue both IMAX showings I went to. I mean like maybe 2 or 3 lines in the whole film, but that's fairly average for movie. There's always a few lines I have trouble hearing. I guess I can't criticize anybody who did have problems though.

Wasn't it mostly with IMAX digital screenings people had trouble hearing, or am I just imagining that? For some reason I was under that impression
I saw Interstellar in both IMAX flavours and didn't find any sound issues in its digital screenings. With 70mm IMAX I did notice some of the issues, though put it to the side since I loved how the entire room rocked with that sound mix.


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