I finally watched Dune. As a fan of both the David Lynch version and Denis Villeneuve’s work, I was really looking forward to it. The film is absolutely amazing with huge scope, interesting story, well written characters, incredible visual effects, perfect casting, amazing visuals and and a phenomenal score. I highly recommend it and am really hyped for Part 2.
I also saw this a while back. I guess it was a user who was very briefly an administrator. It might also be a bot IDK.
- Last Crusade
- Raiders of the Lost Ark
- Temple of Doom
- Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
When is it going to be available for people who didn’t donate?
I can see where you’re coming from. The more I think about it, the colors are a bit too vibrant for my tastes. That’s why I prefer the darker, desaturated look of the Blu-ray. However the 4K has more detail and has the 1.85 aspect ratio.
I personally don’t have a problem with the 4K but still prefer the colors of the old BD.
They did the whole movie as well.
I would also love a link.
surely the “TB” rip is better quality then the LaserDisc
There’s a 35mm print of the 1997 version over on TheStarWarsTrilogy.com.
That’s a shame. I was looking forward to this.
Sounds like an interesting idea for a project.
Are there any updates?
As of right now, the only Mamoru Hosoda film I have seen is Wolf Children. I want to watch his other films sometime.
The Star Wars Purist said:
The theatrical cut is much better.
I’m also still looking for this.
The full screen Laserdisc of The Silence of the Lambs is open matte if anyone wants it.
Suspiria is the definition of a hypnotic film.
Personally I think the original DVD looks the best in terms of colors.
I never thought I would see the end of Arthur but here we are.
The new 4K remaster of The Shawshank Redemption remixed the original Dolby SR track into 5.1 like the 4K version of A Clockwork Orange.
I still really like The Shawshank Redemption but in my opinion The Green Mile has better performances, more emotion, better characters and a more interesting story.
I like yours better.
I prefer The Green Mile over The Shawshank Redemption.
Added the 1998 MGM DVD of 2001: A Space Odyssey.
Looking forward to it.