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Discussion in 'High Definition' started by Marv Inc., Jul 24, 2011.
Pretty harsh review from them. Should I be surprised?
Their reviews are usually all over the place. They actually gave a higher score for the Burial Ground Blu-ray. :lol: And even then they called it "powerful grain" instead of chroma noise which it is.
be intresting too see how they rate the arrow disc. The score for PQ should be the same or slighty less.
Why have not any reviews, that I know of, mention that the BR censored?
And nothing on any forums, but some "experts" have no problem seeing all kinds of fault on other discs.
Where is it censored?
That's what I want to know. It's most likely not discussed because it isn't.
Well, it is. 1:04:26-1:04:42 on the BR you can clearly see that they have digitally "removed" on of the pictures on the wall with putting a really bad CGI effect over it.
wonder if the arrow release will do the same with the removing..
What was in the picture anyway? Maybe it's a copyright legal issue or something, the same as the "ticket" in Goodfellas.
Hardly any big deal anyway, I didn't even notice it.
Has it really come to this? Refusing to buy a film because a background picture has been blurred? Here I thought we were talking about missing footage or something. I'm not saying that most of us wouldn't want a proper release of a film you enjoy, but I'm really thinking that DVD has made us into some spoiled brats.
Nothing was said about "refusing to buy it". They were just pointing it out. It is something that would usually be mentioned in reviews.
Where did I say that I would refuse to buy the film? How do you think I saw it in the first place?