Twitter’s being a bitch again.
South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut. I absolutely loved it.
We have just lost Steve Harwell, the lead singer of Smash Mouth.
In general, I enjoy TV shows more than movies.
I just watched Oppenheimer in 70mm IMAX. I really liked it. While personally I don’t think it’s his best film, it’s still very good. It was just a little long and started to drag a little towards the end.
Over on the 4K77 forums, Williarob digitized the US Letterbox LD trilogy as well as Fullscreen versions of Raiders and Temple.
He’s seemed to removed all non-Star Wars content over there.
I would also be interested in this project. Lowry masters always leave a lot to be desired.
Mission: Impossible Dead Reckoning Part 1. Absolutely amazing in every definition of the word.
My new ranking:
- Last Crusade
- Raiders of the Lost Ark
- Dial of Destiny
- Temple of Doom
- Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
On Twitter, a new rule was introduced where users can only view a certain amount of tweets per day.
Elon Musk introduced rate limits on Twitter.
5032 x 2 / 2
I was at FanExpo in Dallas yesterday. It was some of the most fun I’ve ever had. I finally got to meet my childhood hero and favorite actress, Tara Strong. She’s one of the nicest and sweetest people I have ever met.
The Criterion Collection LD master of Pulp Fiction was supervised and approved by Tarantino himself. I also think the original US Blu-ray was approved by him as well. Don’t know about the 4K though.
I haven’t seen the 93 LD. The LDDB said it was high quality though. I can’t confirm if the 98 DVD is the same version.
The 1993 Laserdisc was sourced from the negative, as was the UHD. In terms of image quality, the UHD beats it for sure. Not sure about color though.
As impressive as 4K77 and other 35mm projects are, my preferred way to watch the original Star Wars trilogy is on Laserdisc.
The official upscale is DNR’d into oblivion. Yours is way better.
I’m going to FanExpo in Dallas next month.
Are they also upscales or actual HD scans?
2514 + 2514.
Holding a rock.
70.8872343938 x 70.8872343938