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Old 03-01-2018, 08:05 PM   #41
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lol, Paramount are gonna snatch that title clean away from the big S unless the latter starts putting out more Dolby Vision product.
Competition can be a beautiful motivator.
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Old 03-01-2018, 08:12 PM   #42
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Oh my dear ****ing god....Braveheart and Gladiator on the same day. I can't take any more. I'll be in poverty by the summer.
Braveheart and Gladiator were released on the same day on Blu-ray, so I have a little deja vu. I still remember how both Gladiator and SPR had to be fixed after release -- the first Gladiator BD was marred by excessive DNR and EE (resulting in disappearing arrows, etc.), while the first SPR BD had a problem with the audio. Fingers crossed that they get the UHDs right the first time!
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Old 03-01-2018, 08:26 PM   #43
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lol, Paramount are gonna snatch that title clean away from the big S unless the latter starts putting out more Dolby Vision product.

Anyhoo, another guaranteed purchase here. Maybe not day 1 as I'm not the world's biggest fan of the movie but I like it for its sheer grit and the James Horner score.
Man, that James Horner score is to me one of the best in cinema history. Just great.
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Old 03-01-2018, 08:41 PM   #44
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Braveheart and Gladiator were released on the same day on Blu-ray, so I have a little deja vu. I still remember how both Gladiator and SPR had to be fixed after release -- the first Gladiator BD was marred by excessive DNR and EE (resulting in disappearing arrows, etc.), while the first SPR BD had a problem with the audio. Fingers crossed that they get the UHDs right the first time!
I remember that whole fiasco, not just the DNR, but there was a $10 rebate form for each of those. Best buy putt hem on sale for $12.99 I believe, so if you cut your proof-of-purchase off your DVD and the receipt for the Blu-ray, you ended up with $2.99 movie. BB screwed the pooch. I got denied my rebate because it was for the month of September and started on release date. Well, BB let you pre-order it and they charged my account a day or two prior to release (when they mailed it) and the date on my receipt was BEFORE the rebate was allowed. I had to call and explain there it wasn't released early and it wasn't my fault. Anyways, I had complained to BB and they refunded me $10 each. A few weeks after I had complained to Paramount, I got my two $10 rebate checks. I didn't mean to get double refunds from both, I was just trying to get it straight. They ended up paying me to take those movies .
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Old 03-02-2018, 12:14 AM   #45
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Competition can be a beautiful motivator.
Absolutely.

Sony has done a tremendous job thus far for sure.

But as I mentioned in the Cloverfield thread, all of Paramount's titles have looked exceptional, but because they haven't released a lot of 'sexy' titles quite yet, they're not talked about as much.

But as Geoff pointed out, the fact that they're basically all-in on DV for virtually all of their titles going forward, they're really starting to grab this format by the horns.

Disney is also creeping up on Sony.

Dolby Vision or no Dolby Vision, 'Coco' was absolutely breathtakingly gorgeous.
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Old 03-02-2018, 01:15 AM   #46
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It wasn't that long ago that I would have been so excited by this. What has spoiled it is continued exposure to a film of the same era,set in the same location but a later time period. It was eclipsed at the time by the bigger, grander film, but is much the stronger story despite - or maybe because of - the smaller scale.
Anyone else prefer Rob Roy ?
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Old 03-02-2018, 02:03 AM   #47
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It wasn't that long ago that I would have been so excited by this. What has spoiled it is continued exposure to a film of the same era,set in the same location but a later time period. It was eclipsed at the time by the bigger, grander film, but is much the stronger story despite - or maybe because of - the smaller scale.
Anyone else prefer Rob Roy ?
Nope. However, there are script flaws in both films.
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Old 03-02-2018, 03:22 AM   #48
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I'm fairly certain I saw this with my father while I was interning in the summer of 1995. I haven't seen it since then.

As long as the price is reasonable for a catalog title I'm in. This will be a rare pre-2000 release that's not an anniversary or in conjunction with a new movie (or both, like Jurassic Park)
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Absolutely.

Sony has done a tremendous job thus far for sure.

But as I mentioned in the Cloverfield thread, all of Paramount's titles have looked exceptional, but because they haven't released a lot of 'sexy' titles quite yet, they're not talked about as much.

But as Geoff pointed out, the fact that they're basically all-in on DV for virtually all of their titles going forward, they're really starting to grab this format by the horns.

Disney is also creeping up on Sony.

Dolby Vision or no Dolby Vision, 'Coco' was absolutely breathtakingly gorgeous.
As strong as their transfers may be so far, Disney is gonna need to start dipping their toes into catalog titles if they want to even be discussed among the best studios for UHD.
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Man, that James Horner score is to me one of the best in cinema history. Just great.
It's his best score, for sure. He's no John Williams with a long list of classic scores and often times plagiarized himself.
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Old 03-02-2018, 03:29 AM   #51
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It's his best score, for sure.
Aliens and Titanic would like a word with you!
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As strong as their transfers may be so far, Disney is gonna need to start dipping their toes into catalog titles if they want to even be discussed among the best studios for UHD.
I doubt they'll be doing much dipping. They're the worst next to Paramount and with them snagging Fox, things will get much, much worse.
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Aliens and Titanic would like a word with you!
I didn't like Titanic's score. Aliens was very good, but again he was not as prolific as Williams nor as memorable.
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Old 03-02-2018, 03:32 AM   #54
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I doubt they'll be doing much dipping. They're the worst next to Paramount and with them snagging Fox, things will get much, much worse.
Next to Paramount? You mean the studio releasing a ridiculously great slate of catalog titles in 2018?

Disney and Fox are definitely the worst for catalog stuff. At least Fox is getting Die Hard out there, I guess, but they need to work harder!

But, yeah, I would guess it's probably gonna be a year or two before Disney starts eking out UHD catalog releases.
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I didn't like Titanic's score. Aliens was very good, but again he was not as prolific as Williams nor as memorable.
Who is, though?
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Old 03-02-2018, 03:41 AM   #56
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Next to Paramount? You mean the studio releasing a ridiculously great slate of catalog titles in 2018?

Disney and Fox are definitely the worst for catalog stuff. At least Fox is getting Die Hard out there, I guess, but they need to work harder!

But, yeah, I would guess it's probably gonna be a year or two before Disney starts eking out UHD catalog releases.
Paramount/Viacom picks the same few catalog titles over and over and over. They are sitting on a treasure trove of golden age classics that are from decades past and there they lay. God knows if the elements have been properly archived and/or restored.

Those are true classics to me. Die Hard and Braveheart and the like are modern or neo classics.
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Paramount/Viacom picks the same few catalog titles over and over and over. They are sitting on a treasure trove of golden age classics that are from decades past and there they lay. God knows if the elements have been properly archived and/or restored.

Those are true classics to me. Die Hard and Braveheart and the like are modern or neo classics.
Ah, I see what you mean. I was referring specifically to UHD discs, and I donít expect many of those older movies to appear on the format for quite some time, if at all, unfortunately.
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Man, that James Horner score is to me one of the best in cinema history. Just great.
indeed ... now I want to rehear the music score now
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