Yeah I just meant that it is dark. I personally like the look, it's what my Kuro is best at displaying
post #151 of 202
11/20/10 at 9:03pm
Originally Posted by Big Brad
This is false. There is no improvement in picture or sound. The picture quality is identical to the previous releases, and the sound is exactly the same except housed in a DTS-MA container. At the price these are going for, I'd pass and pick up the single disc editions of the first four.
Edit: I thought the poster above was talking about in comparison with the standard Blurays.
Possibly, but if the usual studio politics has anything to do with, my money would be on Warner's current priority being to milk the films now, while they're getting so much press, rather than waiting until the talent has time to go back and finish any sequences that were cut - Potter is endowed with so much CG, there may be a ton of effects that need to be finished in addition to standard post correction.