I watched Road to Perdition last night and was amazed at how well a few key MFX moments could really enhance this drama. The MFX coders greatly amped up the effect of gunshots which really drove home the impact of the violence in this film (which is sparse, compared to an action film). Also, the "learning to drive" scene was certainly ideal for what D-Box can provide. If you're a fan of this film, you owe it to yourself to experience it with D-Box.
Strangely, my motion controller didn't sync with the film until 15 minutes in. Initially, I just figured I had a bad catalog number (it's the US release from Netflix). I'm certainly glad I was too lazy to turn off my controller after the non-sync or else I never would have experienced all the joys D-Box had to offer for the movie. Regardless, during the first 15 minutes there was not a single moment that could have used MFX anyway. I just thought I'd report this occurrence as it was a first for me.
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