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Old 05-22-2019, 07:49 AM   #161
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HEAT Doesn't need to be 4k.. is amazing also on laserdisc
The audio mix is better, thats for ****ing sure
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Old 06-01-2019, 02:35 AM   #162
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My Blu-ray of Heat (2009 release) is no longer playing. Really wished they'd hurry up the UHD release already. Don't plan on buying it again on BD.
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Old 06-01-2019, 09:48 AM   #163
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My Blu-ray of Heat (2009 release) is no longer playing.
Curious as to the make and model of your player . . .
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Old 06-03-2019, 02:02 AM   #164
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Curious as to the make and model of your player . . .
My bad. Now it works fine. My external Pioneer BDR-XD05 was refusing to read it a few days ago, but now... whatever.
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Old 06-04-2019, 12:10 PM   #165
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There's a 30 GB stream over the web, and it looks much better than Blu-ray re-release back 2017. I really want this title on 4K Blu-ray.
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Old 06-05-2019, 11:53 AM   #166
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I heard the WEB-DL was pretty crappy for UHD standards. Beating the Blu-ray isn't really what I'd call impressive.

Can't wait for a proper HDR release on disc. Then we can assess how this title is
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Old 06-06-2019, 12:39 AM   #167
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Can't wait for a proper HDR release on disc. Then we can assess how this title is
Agreed, and not sure why it hasn't been released when its supposedly ready to go. I'm not optimistic now that its under Disney...
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Old 08-07-2019, 11:41 AM   #168
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My all time favourite movie and given Fox's recent 4k catalogue stuff, this could look crazy good if and when they get around to releasing it...

Always a drab looking film...I'm not sure HDR will radically alter things, I imagine something similar in look/feel to Patriot Games or CAPD in 4k, which I for one would be more than happy with...some deathly skin tones aside. The night scenes at LAX could be a standout HDR moment.

C'mon Fox do we need to petition you for this??
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Whatís the point of extra resolution and HDR if theyíre going to recolour the steely blues into orange & teal again? Which is most likely since that is apparently Michael Mannís preferred look. The man should never be let near his own work again.

Iím sticking with my Jap blu.
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Whatís the point of extra resolution and HDR if theyíre going to recolour the steely blues into orange & teal again? Which is most likely since that is apparently Michael Mannís preferred look. The man should never be let near his own work again.

Iím sticking with my Jap blu.
Fair point, though I didn't find the orange/teal anywhere near as bad as say Aliens....
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Old 08-07-2019, 02:47 PM   #171
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My all time favourite movie and given Fox's recent 4k catalogue stuff, this could look crazy good if and when they get around to releasing it...

Always a drab looking film...I'm not sure HDR will radically alter things, I imagine something similar in look/feel to Patriot Games or CAPD in 4k, which I for one would be more than happy with...some deathly skin tones aside. The night scenes at LAX could be a standout HDR moment.

C'mon Fox do we need to petition you for this??
You have to petition Disney now, unfortunately. The Mouse and catalog titles don't exactly mix.
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Old 08-07-2019, 06:03 PM   #172
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Really?! Then why all are the catalog titles suddenly getting released on 4k by Disney? And old ones at that (older than Heat).
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Really?! Then why all are the catalog titles suddenly getting released on 4k by Disney? And old ones at that (older than Heat).

Those are fairly recent releases in the scheme of movie making history and ones that make big money for Disney (Marvel, PIXAR - that kind of thing). I'm talking about the Golden Age of Hollywood, the 60's, the 70's, and some of the 80's. Disney is terrible about those - even their own titles let alone from studios they now control. The handful that are seem to be dumped on DMC where most people wouldn't know where to look.
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What’s the point of extra resolution and HDR if they’re going to recolour the steely blues into orange & teal again? Which is most likely since that is apparently Michael Mann’s preferred look. The man should never be let near his own work again.

I’m sticking with my Jap blu.
As we've seen many times, the colors are done for HDR, and when downconverted to SDR, they don't translate exactly the same way. The UHD for Blade Runner is far less teal than the blu-ray, as is the case with many films.

It's also interesting that (if you are going by caps alone), out of the 16 caps on caps-a-holic, only about 4-5 are actually "teal" now. The rest look 99% identical (only without the slight magenta push of the previous blu), and one is even LESS teal than the previous disc. The shootout is the only real sequence that looks - by the SDR caps - more teal.

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Those are fairly recent releases in the scheme of movie making history and ones that make big money for Disney (Marvel, PIXAR - that kind of thing). I'm talking about the Golden Age of Hollywood, the 60's, the 70's, and some of the 80's. Disney is terrible about those - even their own titles let alone from studios they now control. The handful that are seem to be dumped on DMC where most people wouldn't know where to look.
Aladdin, The Lion King, and The Little Mermaid are older than Heat. And have come out or are coming out on 4K. And Toy Story came out the same year as Heat. Not to mention some of the other movies out or coming out are 15-20 years old or more. I think that constitutes as catalog. Though I do agree with you in terms of their output from the 60's, 70's or 80's. That is seriously lacking on 4k. Or even Blu-ray for that matter.
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this thread was started in 2016 and still no official release news?
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this thread was started in 2016 and still no official release news?
Surely this is a no brainer release from Fox's catalogue!!

I seem to recall someone mentioning issues with the streamed HDR version on iTunes with unnatural colours and near black compression....still no sign of a disc....may just have to bite!
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I seem to recall someone mentioning issues with the streamed HDR version on iTunes with unnatural colours and near black compression....still no sign of a disc....may just have to bite!
That was probably me. I was very disappointed in this iTunes HDR release. Like... I wanted the bright daytime shootout scene to pop a little... or at least there should be a fantastic gamut between dark and light during the airport runway scene. It was all compressed looking, with the in-your-face runaway lights not very bright, and the black of night washed out.

I saw the UHD "Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan" in iTunes about the same time, and it was gorgeous.
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Given that Disney now controls Fox, I doubt we will see much in the way of catalog releases on disc going forward.



I could be wrong, but Disney has an abominable track record. And if you'll notice, after the buyout the 4k catalog titles have pretty much dried up from Fox.
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this thread was started in 2016 and still no official release news?
It's a wish list thread. There's no guarantee that any of these movies will ever be released.
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