1/6/14 at 9:19pm
Posts by fookoo_2010
1/6/14 at 7:30pm
1/6/14 at 1:58pm
1/5/14 at 7:30pm
1/5/14 at 5:00pm
I would have to agree. Watching this movie once, was one time too many, but that always depends upon the preference of the viewer. Good thing that it could be fast forwarded through. This is one BR that I wouldn't take even if it were free.
1/5/14 at 4:56pm
The streaming via Netflix is fine, dependent upon one's internet connection speed. The disc via mail has become f**ked up. One can no longer schedule a vacation hiatus, but instead has to cancel the service, streaming or by snail mail, and then re-instate upon one's return from vacation via Internet. That is highly dependent upon what one's billing date because that is when the "new" changes take effect. So if one is too far out from billing date, what is the point of...
1/1/14 at 4:43pm
You better be close to dead center in IMAX because if one is too close to either the right or left surround speaker and towards the rear of the theater, guess what you will hear. Hint: it is highly directional. And so goes Phantom Image Technology.
1/1/14 at 1:48pm
If you want to believe their hype, that is your choice. Consider that IMAX is a 2K projection that has been sharpened versus the now almost ubiquitous 4K projections in most chain theaters. As to audio and sound, there is no comparison versus Dolby Atmos that is highly dependent upon the mixer. For example, Gravity or Oblivion in Dolby Atmos just kills IMAX audio. The so called virtual imaging in IMAX audio is baloney. Five speakers cannot favorably compare to an...
12/30/13 at 4:35pm
So the bottom line is that it is mostly fact, if Belfort's book(s) is to be believed because it forms the foundation for the movie. The names have been changed to protect the guilty as well as the not so innocent. The movie seems to be outrageous, but then fact can be stranger than fiction. It makes the Michael Douglas Wall Street look like a fairy tale in comparison and both are rated R, but from different eras.
12/30/13 at 12:57pm
You really need to see the movie in a theater. The Jordan Belfort character is driven to make money and what comes along with it at any cost. Given that you started the thread, you should see it.