Originally Posted by Josh Z
All from the first few minutes of the movie.
I think your review of the movie is fair enough....There is edge enhancement especially noticeable at the beginning of the film - You can see it against the outline of hats, on the train and on the wood beams against the house and all at the beginning of the film.....It gets much better but is always there to some degree....I think it's more mild after the first ten to fifteen minutes of the film.
I think though it looks very film like and has some very fine film grain and the edge enhancement wasn't intrusive to me and is what i consider mild.
Others can pipe in as to how they consider it.
Some scenes look absolutely stunning and i'd still recommend this to buy.
Great movie and it does mostly look superb on Blu Ray with a real film look and it's just a pity some mild EE spoils an otherwise great presentation but i will second the nomination and add it to the Film Like with issues list and mention the edge enhancement.
For those interested in what this thread is all about then check this link out ( This isn't the right place to discuss it though )http://www.thedigitalbits.com/articl...ris062408.html
Robert Harris who is a film restoration expert speaks about grain and other film related issues with Blu Ray....It goes hand in hand with what this thread is trying to achieve.