Upin dan ipin movie Here s Warner Bros

Upin dan ipin movie

Here s Warner Bros. Motion Picture Imaging colorist Janet Wilson: The work to re-create the original look of the film and to clean up the effects of aging was a painstaking, frame-by-frame process. The source for most of the picture was a 4K scan from a 1941 composite fine grain positive master. In addition to the pristine image, the package will have a 48-page book which includes the original program, lobby cards, letters from Wells and more. The rest of the special features will be identical to the previous two-disc special edition including the Oscar-nominated documentary The Battle Over Citizen Kane as well as RKO 281, an HBO movie about the making of the film starring Liev Schrieber and James Cromwell. It sounds like, if you are already a fan of Kane, this set is a must own. If you aren t a fan, or god-forbid haven t seen it yet, this Blu-ray is a chance to make amends. Is it really one of, if not the, best movies ever made? Where do you stand? Copyright 2011/Film. Web design by Pro Blog Design. Logo Concept by: Illumination Ink All names, trademarks and images are copyright their respective owners. Um, wow? Heres one right out of left field. As the story goes, Plexifilm was intent on re-releasing a 2002 documentary of the band Wilco titled I Am Trying To Break Your Heart on Blu-ray Disc. After getting wind of this pretty late in the game, Wilco decided to e-mail its fans with new tour dates and to discourage them from buying the BD version. Why? According to the band, the Blu-ray version costs nearly twice as much as the DVD, and given that it was originally shot in grainy, 16mm black and white, the band doubted the value for this particular project. Additionally, the band never heard that the audio was being remastered, which obviously contributed to upin dan ipin movie feelings on the matter. Plexifilm has made clear that its postponing the release until it can show the band the differences between the HD and standard-definition versions. I like that people in power are taking a stand in this. Blu-ray is already expensive, nobody producer/consumer should settle for sub-par s the whole point of the format! It should be our right as consumers to assume there is HD content on HD media. I love that an average-at-best rock band is taking on the role of media format analyst. In other news, Madonna will begin performing audits for the IRS. So, you reckon this groups recent, direct exact experience of the charging tariffs levied for making Blu-ray discs gives them no right to comment and is totally irrelevant?! Just so as we know, what would if that is your view? Maybe they should just be told whats value and ignore their own experience of DVD v Blu-ray. Jeez, Ive seen some Blu-ray fanboy comments here but your one is a doozy. Well done you, you should be so proud. Yes, how dare they advise their fans to not spent double the amount of money on a product that they felt didnt offer a significant upgrade! Good for them. Im tired of the amount of crap out there vs good stuff. I can probably count half a dozen moves that I really enjoy but refuse to buy on blu-ray due to the effort or lack thereof that theyve done with upin dan ipin movie transfer. Jeez youre kidding, right? Ive seen some bitter former HD-DVD fanboy comments, but yours is a doozy. Well done. You have absolutely no idea what the bands knowledge and experience is with Blu-Ray, so why are you passing it off as if you do? Just becuase the band made the music that was going to end up on the disc does NOT mean they are BD experts. It sounds as if the band is more upset that they were not told until late in the game that the BD version was being released and this is their way of protesting. Anyway, the band is no more qualified to tell anyone what the value of the BD is than you or any other message poster on an HD internet forum. That decision is ENTIRELY up to the consumer. Unfortunately, the band has forced their opinion on the rest of the world. Its unfortunate, because Im a fan of the band and probably would have picked this one up. Actually the band are probably amongst the best placed to rate the value of the Blu-ray v DVD. you know, that slightly important element every one of you PS3 bit-rate meter obsessed watchers ignore almost entirely but they are fully aware of the cost structures involved. Go try troll someone else. The original article suggested that the band was not contacted about this release. Im pretty sure that played heavily into the band opposing the release, nevermind potential royalty issues. It sounds like the band hasnt even SEEN or heard the new BD release. So their opinions of it arent exactly educated. Because, you know, 16mm film doesnt have enough resolution to manage They sent that to their fans because they dont think theyre getting a proportionally larger royalty for the HD versions higher price, plain and simple. Money, people, nothing more. The description of the original documentary is valid: it is a grainy black white documentary.

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