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  1. Roy Batty
    12-07-2012 03:27 PM
    Roy Batty
    Hello there, Ken.

    I have just posted this on the FINDING NEMO thread:


    I have found something odd with the 2D disc:

    Both the back cover and the audio setting menu list a DD 5.1 EX English audio track, but actually it's nowhere to be found on the movie.

    If you select it from the audio settings, you actually get the Dolby TrueHD 7.1 English audio track.

    Not a big deal, but... odd.


    As stated, not a big deal, but maybe something worth looking into.

    Best,

  2. Tableteer
    11-30-2012 04:51 PM
    Tableteer
    Slight error, I think, in your Cat in the Hat review. There was a film, The 5000 Fingers of Dr T, based on a Dr Seuss story (or something) in the 1950s. By the way, it holds up as a cool film...

    And what were they thinking of in the 21st century when they wrote the script for Cat....?

    Regards,

    Evan
  3. dobyblue
    11-25-2012 01:52 PM
    dobyblue
    I did catch it in theatres in 3D and it was truly amazing, fantastic 3D throughout. Glad to hear, but not surprised, that the Blu-ray sounds just as good. Will keep an eye on the price for this one.
  4. rblum199
    11-24-2012 05:15 PM
    rblum199
    Yeah, I see your point, and I definitely agree (partly because I missed it in theaters). I think I got confused because every 3D re-release disney's done so far has been movies that weren't in 3D during the original run.
  5. Ken Brown
    11-24-2012 02:55 AM
    Ken Brown
    I'll have to find a way to word it more clearly. My intention was to draw attention to the opinion that it deserved a re-release, not to suggest that it hadn't originally had one. Thanks!
  6. licious
    11-24-2012 02:41 AM
    licious
    What rblum199 said is indeed correct.
  7. rblum199
    11-23-2012 09:11 AM
    rblum199
    Just a small correction for your Up 3D review - the reason that Up didn't get a 3D re-release is that it was in fact originally shown in 3D in theaters - in fact if I'm not mistaken it was the first Pixar movie to receive that treatment.
  8. scoldsteve
    11-20-2012 01:20 PM
    scoldsteve
    Hi Ken, Just read your review for Dark Knight Rises.. Interesting little tidbit on the Dark Kinght that you shared about the color timing among other things on the video side.. I had always known that the video transfer going back to Begins with it's HD-DVD transfer used for tbe Blu-Ray verson of Batman Begins.. Seems that both Batman Begins and Dark Knight have both had questionable video transfers, Are they being corrected for the trilogy boxset or will they be fixed for the Ultimate Editions due next year? I don't mind waiting for the Ultimate Editions next year, but I just want to have an informed decision before I buy.. Any info will help
  9. Ken Brown
    10-20-2012 04:16 PM
    Ken Brown
    I was trying to embrace the joke

    But it probably sounds more like an error, so I'll correct it. Thanks gents
  10. Hadjimurad
    10-20-2012 02:46 PM
    Hadjimurad
    Yep, just going to point out the same thing. Soderbergh shoots and edits his own films, using pseudonyms for both. Personally, I really liked Magic Mike. I found the drama realistically subdued... as you might put it, "mundane", but more intensely real because of it.

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