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#1098331
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Suicide Squad Extended Edition fan edit.
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PM sent.

*Update I removed the link from Mega for the time being as I am considering re-editing the film. The edit can still be found on everyone’s favorite internal organ; head over to the invite thread in ‘Off Topic’ if you need an invite.

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#1097249
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3 disc clear Blu-Ray cases
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But…and this is a big butt, don’t forget to post up some pics of your project for the community to enjoy; it is always fun to see other member’s creativity.

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#1097247
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3 disc clear Blu-Ray cases
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There are several threads on the forums which address this, but there are pages of posts to wade through, so here you go…the company you are looking for is www.Casetopia.com. They have everything at super reasonable prices, check em out.

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#1096222
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No Country for Old Men: Modern Noir Collection
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I actually had quite a bit more contrast in my first version/attempt, but I found that trying find that crush/clipped balance was difficult, especially when viewed across the entire film. One scene would look really good and the next the black was so crushed, no shadow detail was evident…but as you said, playing with the levels will enable me to even more finely tune the look I am going for…

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#1095952
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No Country for Old Men: Modern Noir Collection
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suspiciouscoffee said:

Might be an odd one, but I watched The Man From UNCLE (2015) with the color settings on my TV set all the way down to black and white, and thought the movie was much better for it. I would love a proper b/w version.

It is funny you mentioned that, I was thinking about the next round and that is definitely a contender. I know for sure that I will be doing L.A. Confidential, so we will see.

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#1095942
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No Country for Old Men: Modern Noir Collection
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^…^ said:

Thanks to you!

ROTLA is available on Soderbergh own blog, 720p - not aware of any 1080p version.

No Country for Old Men: may you post some comparison between simple desaturated source and your noir version? Thanks!

Gotcha…

I will give it a shot when I get back in front of the laptop.

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#1095937
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No Country for Old Men: Modern Noir Collection
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It does, but the file on spleen was dead. I tried to ask for a reseed but got no response so I contacted the original uploader and nothing; so I figured that I would try and do something similar. It looks beautiful in black and white.

Also, your work on various projects was also an inspiration, so thank you.

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#1095933
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No Country for Old Men: Modern Noir Collection
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Personally, I have a real love of classic black and white Noir movies from the 40’s and 50’s, so I decided to take some of my all time favorite films and convert them into modern noir movies and upload for your enjoyment and critique. The first selection is No Country for Old Men, a Coen Brothers classic and a perfect film for the Noir genre. As with any preservation or fan project, you MUST own a commercial copy of the film before you download this version. All will be 1080p ISO images. Thanks and feedback is always welcome and as always, these projects will be on your favorite internal organ shortly.

Upcoming:

The Game
Unforgiven
Minority Report
Raiders of the Lost Ark

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#1095403
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Are you male or female?
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Well, I’m an old dude, but every other person in my immediate and extended families is not a dude, so there’s that.

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#1095321
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Last movie seen
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War of the Planet of the Apes…I liked it even though it could have been trimmed down quite a bit; a fitting end to the trilogy. 8/10

In the spirit of the new Ape trilogy, I rented the 1968 original. A bit cheesy, mostly Heston’s delivery, but a decent vintage sci-fi offering…
2 1/2 damn dirty apes out of a possible 4.

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#1094764
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Random Pictures and Gifs (now with winning!) [NSFW]
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DuracellEnergizer said:

Well, maybe they were just confused. Sometimes it’s hard to distinguish Keanu from a dog; their acting chops are roughly identical.

I think that comparison may be insulting to canine thespians…they are far more emotive and natural in their method compared to Keanu, whose acting chops are more reminiscent of drift wood IMHO.

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