Originally Posted by Hector.B
yup...Doblu.com has the only correct review for BTTF. Glad they told the truth and didn't brush off Universal's f*** up!
Yep. I've even lost some
faith with AVS reviews, which is the first time it's ever happened.
Take a look at the doblu.com links:http://www.doblu.com/2010/10/30/back...rt-iii-review/http://www.doblu.com/2010/10/29/back...ure-ii-review/
I know these are.jpg images and they shouldn't be trusted with absolute 100% validity, but just look at some of these caps:http://www.doblu.com/wp-content/uplo.../bt3tf3411.jpg
Look at the god-aweful EE on that one. Look at how there is almost no detail gain over a DVD for that image as well.http://www.doblu.com/wp-content/uplo.../bt3tf4446.jpg
Can people with a straight face tell me that that looks good? Can you see the wax, or the lacking detail?http://www.doblu.com/wp-content/uplo.../bt3tf2648.jpg
That image begins to look like a HD image, but the notorious EE and DNR have ridden what that image could have looked like.http://www.doblu.com/wp-content/uplo.../bt3tf1616.jpg
Look at the haloing around Marty.
This is a pretty bad release the more and more I see. It looks like the first disc is watchable, and is about a "generous" 6.5/10 quality. However, part 2/3 look damn ATROCIOUS. It is at best, a 4/10. I'm sure it's still worth buying....maybe at like...$15 for the set, but why in the hell reviewers such as AVS or Blu-ray.com giving this what appears to be a 88/100 or 4.5/5 is beyond my comprehension. I smell ceiling effects. I smell reliability and validity issues too. Do they have some TV that automatically removes the EE or DNR that we don't have?
I've said my piece on this issue. Buyer Beware.