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Old 12-30-2012, 04:46 PM   #61
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I don't dispute any of that, but remember that BB was a (much) more modest production than either TDK or TDKR. No IMAX cameras were used and the source for the BD was softer than the others. I would hope that a new transfer would yield more detail but compared to the sequels there just won't be as much detail in the film.
Even if it may not have had the budget of its sequels, it was in no way a low budget affair. It was still a big comic book super hero summer blockbuster.
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I really hope Warner Remastered Batman Begins for the upcoming UCE Trilogy Edition
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I really hope Warner Remastered Batman Begins for the upcoming UCE Trilogy Edition
It would be nice to get more than fancy packaging and one new retrospective documentary. I'm all over that trilogy set, since I didn't find the BB exclusive one for a good price.
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Apparently Warner Bros. remastered it for a theatrical re-release in IMAX when The Dark Knight Rises came out, who knows, they might use that master for the upcoming ultimate collectors boxset this year? I hope the Dark Knight gets remastered too, the current transfer is processed to death with the exception of the IMAX scenes.
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