Originally Posted by Art Sonneborn
Yep ,and strange really. It doesn't look like those of us who recognize this are pentiful enough.
True. At the same time I'm not going to stop buy Blu Ray movies because of it.
I mean, when I see some folks saying "What? No DTS-HD on this disc? Forget it, no sale for me!"...that seems to me absurd. A sort of slavishness to some nerdish, technical specification over choosing to actually watch a film. At least from a movie-lovers perspective it doesn't make sense to me. For me ultimately I like the films
not some slavish devotion to a format
Of course it would be great to see every movie reproduced optimally.
But I'll happily go see a movie in a rep cinema, which is far from state of the art, if that's the only way to see the movie.
Likewise, I certainly would like films to be reproduced with top fidelity and retain their (to some degree) original filmic, cinematic quality. So these instances of over DNR'd Blu Ray releases do concern me. But I'm not going to say "No Sale" and miss out seeing a movie I want to see, simply because it has had DNR applied.