Originally Posted by Kram Sacul
Xylon, thank you for confirming the obnoxious DNR
on this title.
After the utter rediculousness that ruined the other thread (ie "screenshots aren't valid", "no DNR or EE", must be your eyesight or your display, anti-Sony conspiracies, etc) it's refreshing to read an honest opinion from someone who clearly indentifies this destructive unfilmlike filtering AND doesn't give it a pass.
It truly boggles the mind why an ultra-high resolution scan from a 65mm source would need to be filtered and artificially sharpened. Just insane.
Where exactly did Xylon "confirm obnoxious DNR on this title"?
Are you merely basing this on the screen caps, or something else?
While I do think that those shots of the soldiers look on the smooth side, I don't think that, by itself, proves that DNR was used. Show me a comparison with another source, as Xylon did with Patton, and you will convince me. The comparison with the DVD here doesn't seem to prove DNR.