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Ralph, I searched the thread and checked your list, but didn't see "Once Upon a Time in America". Will you be reviewing it? Your reviews are thoughtful and very well written... thanks.
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Greetings,...

For future reference we have a Blu-ray Disc review database here with alphabetized links to all of our reviews so that readers like yourself don't have to pour over pages searching for a particular review. Here is the link:

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Ralph, I searched the threads and checked your list, but didn't see "Once Upon a Time in America". Will you be reviewing it?

PS: Your reviews are thoughtful and very well written... thanks.
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Ralph, I searched the threads and checked your list, but didn't see "Once Upon a Time in America". Will you be reviewing it?

PS: Your reviews are thoughtful and very well written... thanks.

That is one of top 5 films. I have a copy here and am considering a write up once my slate is clear.

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That is one of top 5 films. I have a copy here and am considering a write up once my slate is clear.

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That is one of top 5 films. I have a copy here and am considering a write up once my slate is clear.

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Looking forward to your review. I didn't realize you were doing them along with Ralph. I had never read the blu-ray forum until buying Inception and reading Ralph's review. Then I picked up Goodfellas, my favorite movie, and found his review. Last week I picked up Once Upon a Time in America, and wrote to see if he was going to review it.

I just now read your fine Lebanon review and several others. I'll be looking forward to your thoughts on Once Upon a Time. It's in my top five list, too. Thanks.
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Enter The Void.
Any plans on reviewing that one? It comes out today
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Looking forward to your review. I didn't realize you were doing them along with Ralph. I had never read the blu-ray forum until buying Inception and reading Ralph's review. Then I picked up Goodfellas, my favorite movie, and found his review. Last week I picked up Once Upon a Time in America, and wrote to see if he was going to review it.

I just now read your fine Lebanon review and several others. I'll be looking forward to your thoughts on Once Upon a Time. It's in my top five list, too. Thanks.

I was just messing around man! thanks fot the kind words...I have a bunch in the cue to get through, before I can even think about watching OUATIA...
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I was just messing around man! thanks fot the kind words...I have a bunch in the cue to get through, before I can even think about watching OUATIA...

I really did think you were kidding, but wasn't sure, since I hadn't spent any time in this forum. So I decided it wouldn't hurt to drop a line.

They are turning out blu rays like there's no tomorrow, so I can imagine you guys are swamped. Don't hesitate to fast forward through some crummy ones to get to OUATIA.
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I just got the Dragon Hunters BD today, and it was awesome.

I am, as many here are, a big fan of the animated films. This one I found on Netflix and watched it without knowing anything about it.

Even via Netflix the art of the movie blew me away. Possibly the most creative CGI movie I have ever seen. Story was simple, cute funny. Eye candy was awesome.

The BD version graphically is great, I am no expert and I wont comment on anything lacking in the video quality. For me it seemed excellent. But beyond technical purity in the CGI presentation the artwork and creativity in this film stand out making it a joy to watch over and over again.

I would encourage anyone to seek out this hidden gem and see what you think. For me and my daughter it is a flight of fantasy that is near the top of our list.
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Not sure if this is the right spot for this post but here goes...
I am looking for a music BD that will highlight my recently purchased surround set up. I love rock music but I am thinking that a BD of classical music would be awesome. Does anyone know of a BD that features great audio and video, preferably classical/symphony orchestra or jazz? I am open to other suggestions outside of that as well.

Check out http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1361558/
http://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Iron-M...-Blu-ray/5254/
Iron Maiden's "Flight 666"

It's live tour footage from various venues and produced by Sam Dunn, The chap from Victoria BC who did the "Metal: A headbangers journey" and "Global Metal" documentary. It's a 1080p title with DTS-HD and it's some of the best sound I've heard from live concert footage. Great picture as well.
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They are turning out blu rays like there's no tomorrow


No kidding! I'm sure I'm not alone when I say my wallet is hurting
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WARNING


Beware of the new movie RED. Summit studios has released two version of the bluray movie. One is a movie only version with only a dd5.1 sound track and a video bitrate of (BD25): 25779 kbps.

The special addition has a DTS-MA sound track and a video bitrate of (BD50): 28024 kbps.

You are getting an inferior version if you buy the "movie only" version. They do not state these changes clearly on the box. I was duped into the movie only version thinking i was getting everything but all the extras. Found out I was wrong. Target how ever is aware of this and is allowing to return my movie which is kind of them since this isn't their fault.

Found most of this info here: http://www.hometheaterforum.com/foru...io-comparisons

PS: i wonder what Ralph has to say about this new alarming trend. I hope it doesn't become the norm.
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Dalumberjack, thats dangerous, i really dont like that. Anybody know of others like this? I dont care for extras and many times i look for just a bluray or dvd without a second disc or a bunch of extra stuff, i never considered it wouldnt be the best version of the movie stats.

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Beware of the new movie RED. Summit studios has released two version of the bluray movie. One is a movie only version with only a dd5.1 sound track and a video bitrate of (BD25): 25779 kbps.

The special addition has a DTS-MA sound track and a video bitrate of (BD50): 28024 kbps.

You are getting an inferior version if you buy the "movie only" version. They do not state these changes clearly on the box. I was duped into the movie only version thinking i was getting everything but all the extras. Found out I was wrong. Target how ever is aware of this and is allowing to return my movie which is kind of them since this isn't their fault.

Found most of this info here: http://www.hometheaterforum.com/foru...io-comparisons

PS: i wonder what Ralph has to say about this new alarming trend. I hope it doesn't become the norm.

I guess that's why the movie only edition sells for $13 bucks while the special edition is more.
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I guess that's why the movie only edition sells for $13 bucks while the special edition is more.

some stores still sell it for $22 dollars. For example, target sells it now for $22.99. I must of gotten it on "sale" at target lol.
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I bought my basic BD version of Red at Walmart and the price on the shelf was higher than the $13 amount at the checkout, surprised me.

From now on I will double check and see if I am getting a watered down BD "generic" brand instead of a quality BD.

And frankly this smells of a class action lawsuit in the making, or a massive counterfeit ring selling BD copies to the big box stores. Most people would not have noticed if a BD was actually a real BD, just because it plays in a BD player.

On a conspiracy theory view it could be that the big box stores fully know that these generic BD movies have the bare thrills in them, basic audio and no extras and are not letting the public know this. Cheaper to manufacture, larger profit margin?
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On the same topic...the bluray of "A Bridge too Far" is a nice blu disk of what I think is 1 of theee best WWII films ever. My guess is a Ralph review would put video in 80 ish and sound in mid 80's but it is a solid step up from the dvd. "Battle of Britain" on blu is sweet as well

Just wanted to let you guys know that I picked up the Criterion release of The Thin Red Line yesterday and watched it last night. Although not your typical WWII movie, it's a good analysis of the human condition when put in the horrifying face of infantry wartime.

I must say Criterion did a really nice remastering job on this one. Video quality ranks right up there with some of the best, with audio maybe at second tier level.

Now I wish someone would do a critical remastering job of The Guns of Navarone. I remember seeing this as a kid with my dad and was mesmerized. I watch it whenever it is played on cable, but it clearly is in need of some love!
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Just a suggestion to Ralph and Lee:

If you could include the releases UPC number right after the release dates, it would be a nice bit of information to include. Especially with the plethora of releases now sporting several different combo sets. Also makes it easy and quick to go look them up at retailers.
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Is there any chance to see a review of the Complete Series of Deadwood they released on blu ray a few months ago? It may be one of the best, if not the best show HBO has ever done. David Milch is a genious. He should've written Starz's Spartacus series and it would've been even better.


P.S. I saw above about the movie only version of Red only having a Dolby Digital track. I bought the 2nd Pirates of the Carribean on BD a few days ago and on the back it says it has a DTS HD audio track but when I played it, I realized that it had an uncompressed 5.1 PCM track (which still sounded great) and not the DTS HD track as stated. Anyone know anything about this?

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Just picked up the BD set of Stieg Larsson's Millenium Trilogy. I have read The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, and am hafway through The Girl who Played with Fire. They are fantastic stories. Can't wait to watch Part 1 tonight! I am just wondering if there will be a review on these films??
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Beware of the new movie RED. Summit studios has released two version of the bluray movie. One is a movie only version with only a dd5.1 sound track and a video bitrate of (BD25): 25779 kbps.

The special addition has a DTS-MA sound track and a video bitrate of (BD50): 28024 kbps.

You are getting an inferior version if you buy the "movie only" version. They do not state these changes clearly on the box. I was duped into the movie only version thinking i was getting everything but all the extras. Found out I was wrong. Target how ever is aware of this and is allowing to return my movie which is kind of them since this isn't their fault.

Found most of this info here: http://www.hometheaterforum.com/foru...io-comparisons

PS: i wonder what Ralph has to say about this new alarming trend. I hope it doesn't become the norm.

This kind of stuff is very scary to someone like me. I dont care for extra's, I never find time to watch them, so I am always happy to get a version with only the movie, but I certainly dont want a lessor version of the movie!!!!! What kind of crap is this?????????

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Just wondering if you would be reviewing the Stanley Kubrick Collection that was just released on BR?

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Should review A SCANNER DARKLY, has SUPERB image quality, sound is only average tough
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I sent the following info to VideoSales@entonegroup.com. Thought forum readers would like to know about it as well.

I received my copy of the Blu-ray release of Rookie Blue, from Amazon.com, and over the weekend did a viewing marathon of all the episodes, and the special features.

Unfortunately the release contains programming and production errors. It is as if no one bothered to test the discs before duplication was started.

Discs 1 and 3 are fine. Here is a list of the issues:

Disc 2:

1) Episode 5 - Pop-up menu is not there/not available. It is for all 12 of the other episodes on the discs.

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1) Featurette aspect ratio is wrong. It appears as though the 16:9 video was shrunk vertically to around 2.35:1 and then letterboxed for 16:9. It really looks bad.

2) After doing a "Play All" of the Stryker report pieces, instead of returning to the Special Features menu, episode 13 is played. I do not know what happens when each of the reports are played separately.

3) Trailer #1 has the same wrong aspect ratio issue as #1 above.

4) After Trailer #1 plays, it returns to episode 13 at the point where I used the pop-up menu to return to the special features.

5) After Trailer #2 plays, it returns to episode 13 at the point where I used the pop-up menu in #4 to return to the special features.

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Ralph,
Just wondering if you had gotten a copy of this great film, due out in a couple of days (June 7), for review. This is one of my favorites, and it's in my shopping cart to purchase.

While I normally just hit "Buy Now" on favorite films, I've been disappointed at a number of recent blu ray releases, most notably "The Greatest Story Ever Told", which should be re-titled "The Greatest Disappointment Ever Sold". There are a couple of others that have made me gun-shy lately, so I'm hoping you or other people with honest observations can post an informative review of this upcoming blu ray release. This movie deserves a good transfer, so here's hoping that it gets it.
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Just wondering if you had gotten a copy of this great film, due out in a couple of days (June 7), for review. This is one of my favorites, and it's in my shopping cart to purchase.

While I normally just hit "Buy Now" on favorite films, I've been disappointed at a number of recent blu ray releases, most notably "The Greatest Story Ever Told", which should be re-titled "The Greatest Disappointment Ever Sold". There are a couple of others that have made me gun-shy lately, so I'm hoping you or other people with honest observations can post an informative review of this upcoming blu ray release. This movie deserves a good transfer, so here's hoping that it gets it.

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It didn't come my way for review SC. Sorry about that..

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any plans to review The Stunt Man? Just released on Bluray, one of greatest movies evarrrr!!!
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Hi Ralph I've just read you've received your copy of LOTR EE I'm looking forward in reading your review especially the first. Unfortunately I cannot trust screen caps downloaded from torrent sites so at least I know I'm getting a review from legitimate copies. Can't wait!!

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Hi Ralph I've just read you've received your copy of LOTR EE I'm looking forward in reading your review especially the first. Unfortunately I cannot trust screen caps downloaded from torrent sites so at least I know I'm getting a review from legitimate copies. Can't wait!!

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How long before your review for LOTR EE is out Ralph?

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