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  1. Toekook
    10-20-2012 11:39 AM
    Toekook
    Hey Kenneth,

    Just read your review of Magic Mike: Steven Soderbergh shots his movies himself and uses the name Peter Andrews for that. So it's Soderbergh himself who is responsible for the muddy photography of his last movie
  2. russellsd
    10-16-2012 09:44 PM
    russellsd
    Thanks for your responses Ken. I was really wondering if it had to do with screen size whether the studios were creating discs more for smaller screens and people not noticing the issues, which then become more apparant when you've blown it up.

    I have so far only have viewed Dracula and Frakenstein and the only issues I've seen in those is the occasional softness of some shots, but that has to be the source and more often than not intentional. The other issue that I saw was in several places there are missing frames that you notice the scene shift unnaturally. What can you do with a film this age though? I found these two films looked gorgeous.

    I'm going to pop in The Invisible Man next and then get back too you.

    Russ
  3. russellsd
    10-03-2012 05:40 PM
    russellsd
    Hi Ken,

    Read your review of the Universal Monsters Box and am curious as yours is one of the only reviews, both user and professional so far that has had anything negative at all to say about the PQ of this set.

    I'm curious as to what your set up is that you use to review. What size screen are you watching this on?

    I haven't received my set yet so can not compare.

    Thanks,
    Russ
  4. 4EverJohnnyBoy
    09-28-2012 10:23 AM
    4EverJohnnyBoy
    Replied yo your post in the Universal Classic Monsters forum thread, was funny to see you post just then as I had finished reading through all of the reviews lol. Going to try and crash now finally, catch you later bud!!!
  5. etslee
    09-14-2012 09:01 AM
    etslee
    Thanks for your Supernatural S7 review, I agree it's probably the weakest season to date. But Sera Gamble is out as show runner. Jeremy Carver returns and gives me hope S8 will be much better. He wrote many of my favorite episodes.
  6. Ernest Rister
    08-16-2012 02:28 PM
    Ernest Rister
    "The Rescuers might just be one of Disney's best '70s animated films."
    No question. I think it's their best 70's film, period, animated or otherwise. The film defines "heart" for me in animation. Walt was ultimately disappointed with Alice and Peter Pan, because he felt the characters lacked "heart" and he blamed the box office failure of Alice on this. What he was getting at was a lack of affection and connection with the lead characters. Frank Thomas and Ollie Johnston said that "heart" didn't mean cutesy or cuddly, it meant sincerity, an almost indescribable affection and engagement. The characters in The Rescuers - especially Penny - are "heart" personified. Penny is just heart-breaking from the first scene on, with her self-esteem issues played on so viciously by Medusa. The Rescuers has an emotional kick lacking in anything else Disney released in the 70's (at least, anything that comes immediately to mind), either live-action or animated. Strong review, as always, Ken.
  7. briangage
    08-12-2012 05:47 PM
    briangage
    Bummer. Thanks for looking.
  8. briangage
    08-11-2012 04:49 PM
    briangage
    Any luck Ken looking to see if this scene is in the deleted scenes?
  9. briangage
    08-09-2012 05:51 AM
    briangage
    The very last one. Season finale. They filmed it, but it didn't make the cut. Was hoping they out it on in the deleted scenes so that we could see it.
  10. briangage
    08-08-2012 04:42 PM
    briangage
    Ken, in the GRIMM deleted scenes, did you see a European Castle scene with a party going on in the background and a phone call to one of the bad guys in the foreground (in a drawing room)?

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