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Old Yesterday, 06:29 PM   #13921
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That's great, really glad to hear that!
I watched all three on my front projector not too long ago it was a LOT of fun to watch these on a big screen. Fellowship and Two Towers take on a nice film-like look in particular. Return of the King looks goods, but looks a tiny bit more digital. A lot of controversy over the color timing of Fellowship, but I think it looked great, overall.
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I hope WB issues a big extensive 30-something disc box set of the Hobbit and LOTR films like they did for Harry Potter (Hogwarts Collection)
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I hope WB issues a big extensive 30-something disc box set of the Hobbit and LOTR films like they did for Harry Potter (Hogwarts Collection)
Those kinda sets are a nightmare. Every extra disc increases the chance of getting a bad disc/discs. Smaller, matched sets that cover individual movies or trilogies are safer. How long is it gonna take you to watch/test 30 discs?
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Mine shipped should be here on Thursday

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Those kinda sets are a nightmare. Every extra disc increases the chance of getting a bad disc/discs. Smaller, matched sets that cover individual movies or trilogies are safer. How long is it gonna take you to watch/test 30 discs?
I had to run every single disc (all 31 of them) through a program called VSO Inspector with my Blu-ray drive on my PC in order to check all of them in the Harry Potter: Wizards Collection. That set was notorious for having many manufacturing defects, and I found 4 bad discs out of the lot which would have taken me months to find had I had to find the time to watch all of them. So that was definitely a bit of a pain but WB was good about replacing the discs for me.
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