Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by Ken_McAlinden, Dec 8, 2014.
IWTHYH how does it compare to the DVD?
Which blu-ray: the older two-fer with Puppet Master or the newer KL single release?
Looks the best it has. Not demo worthy but good.
I never had the DVD but I can assure you that this is vibrant & beautifully restored. Check this out:
I Wanna Hold Your Hand Blu-ray - Nancy Allen
Forrest, Forrest Gump
The Samurai Trilogy. Beautiful!
I need to get Seven Samurai!
Bellman & True (Indicator BR)
I got a couple of new BD's.....Resurrecting The Champ and The River And The Wall. I watched The River And The Wall and enjoyed the Big Bend scenery and wildlife very much.
In the past couple of days I watched a bunch of BD's..... The Border with Jack Nicholson. It seemed rather average. I watched Mississippi Burning which I would term superb. I also watched an old fav', Bonnie And Clyde which could use to be redone because the Dolby Digital audio is flat as pancakes.
Ready Player One...
Resurrecting The Champ... liked this...
I've managed to never see it. I'll be watching it soon. Folks say it's one of Sam Jackson's best performances. I took a bunch of bites out of my new, yet to be viewed discs this week.
lemme know whatja think!
The KL version looks and sounds good.
Kottentail...you don't want to see this! LOL...
I liked it. Jackson is good in it. The ending is a bit sluggish. All the P's & Q's are in place but the movie keeps dotting every i it can find.
I also watched Money For Nothing last night. It was amusing and I thought it a very above average movie.
The title suggests some sort of wabbit porn....
no porn! LOL...just really bad.
"The Maltese Falcon" - I always
wanted this & found it for half
price at B&N. Fantastic & highly
Bitter Moon on DVD
The delirious 24 Hour Party People with Steve Coogan, which recently came out on Blu-ray. An inspired and clever movie about Manchester and its music scene during the 1980s.
24 Hour Party People Blu-ray Review - DoBlu.com
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