Thank you for those screenshots. In terms of detail, I think they all look pretty good relative to their source. I was afraid the films had been DNRed to death like Terminator 2 4K.
With all due respect to your research and the article, I don’t want the original theatrical version on Disney+. I want them on disc, so I can watch them whenever I want without having to deal with a subscription service.
Dang, that looks awesome.
There’s a variety of screenshots here if you look back. It’s much colder looking.
Hmmm. Thanks for the link. I’ve been through those pages before but didn’t see any direct comparisons.
Sorry if this has been stated elsewhere, but what does the color timing look like for the 4K prequel trilogy? Is it the same as the previous Blu-rays, or has it been changed? Thanks,
What Jesse Owens line?
“Jesse Owens was supposed to be mentioned in Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade with the Butler’s original line before Jones knocks him out as “If you are a Scottish lord then I am Jesse Owens!” It was changed to Mickey Mouse because the filmmakers thought that many people would be unfamiliar with who Jesse Owens was. The line as originally intended is retained in the film’s novelization.”
I believe Lucas said on the commentary for the 2004 DVD set that Tarkin was added to have a villain that wasn’t wearing a mask and could therefore emote more.
Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines is an open matte full-screen DVD.
Looks great. A little out of my price range though. 😃
What if this is the last time they release these on physical media? After this it’s just Disney+ and Movies Anywhere from now on. Makes me want to get the set just in case.
How would everyone feel if they only released the unaltered versions on streaming?
Please don’t give them any terrible ideas. 😃
Looks great! Please keep us updated.
I watched 4K77 (non-DNR) last night. I was initially just going to skim the movie to see what it looked like, but I ended up watching the whole thing! It’s beautiful! Makes me question if the DNR version is even necessary. I watched it on an HD TV and it wasn’t even that grainy. Then again, I like film grain.
Are there any plans for a 1981 re-release Despecialized? I’d like to be able to see that version someday.
Yes, I would like a 1981 version of the Despecialized or 4K77 (4K81?).
Also, thanks to Harmy and the team for the Despecialized editions.