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post #31 of 244
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Originally Posted by dvdmike007 View Post

Me? I cannot stand even one second of the movie, let alone three hours of it.
One wonders why then you started this thread, and are all over this board every second of every day??? rolleyes.gif
post #32 of 244
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Originally Posted by Laserfan View Post

One wonders why then you started this thread, and are all over this board every second of every day??? rolleyes.gif

I am not aloud on here as I do not like Titanic? er ok, and I start 90% of the threads as I get PR stuff sent to me and like to help the place out.
I was asked a question and answered it honestly. I didn't realize that I had to conform to your standard to post here, my bad.
Edited by dvdmike007 - 8/29/12 at 5:33am
post #33 of 244
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I never liked it, it's badly acted over hyped melodramatic rubbish with one dimensional cookie cutter characters that go nowhere and have nothing interesting to say. imhoThe only good thing to come out of it

I'm the opposite I loved every minute of it. I cannot wait.
post #34 of 244
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Originally Posted by dvdmike007 View Post

I am not aloud on here as I do not like Titanic? er ok, and I start 90% of the threads as I get PR stuff sent to me and like to help the place out.
I was asked a question and answered it honestly. I didn't realize that I had to conform to your standard to post here, my bad.

You have every right to express your opinion, I know there a films I like that many don't like ( and they made sure I knew ) , but that's the way of life.
post #35 of 244
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That is why I didn't comment here or in a few other threads I made for movies I don't like in relation to what I think of them, but I was asked.
post #36 of 244
Differences in opinions is one of the best things about the AVS Forum.
Unfortunately, in today's modern American society it isn't encouraged.
post #37 of 244
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Originally Posted by dvdmike007 View Post

I never liked it, it's badly acted over hyped melodramatic rubbish with one dimensional cookie cutter characters that go nowhere and have nothing interesting to say. imho
The only good thing to come out of it

I'm right there with you on the melodramatic. Honestly, I don't care for the whole love story part and find it pretty cheesy. I just like the historical take and love the production design. Plus, it's got some good sound and visuals. smile.gif
post #38 of 244
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Originally Posted by Morpheo View Post

The only thing I can't stand is this damn song and the pseudo "Enya effect" of the score, but the movie is impeccable, certainly a masterpiece in the real sense of the word.

Spot on. I love the film and saw in the theater in April and have the BD on order. It's a pretty nice looking movie and Cameron doesn't disappoint
post #39 of 244
I love Titanic, always have. And I can't wait for the Blu-ray!
post #40 of 244
This disc looks amazing (2D.) There is some slight, and I mean very slight banding in some of the underwater shots but this may be from the cameras they had to use for those scenes. Also some slight mush is revealed in some CGI shots. Otherwise, this is top of the food chain. This is among the best Blu Ray images I have ever seen.
post #41 of 244
Some banding was evident in the 15/70 IMAX version I saw, so that's down to the source.
post #42 of 244
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Originally Posted by Dan Hitchman View Post

If it's a really long movie like the LOTR Extended Cuts, two discs would be better than one or the PQ would suffer.
of course the moive is very good,but I want to say,some small mistake can make big trouble.
post #43 of 244
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Originally Posted by Sean_O View Post

This disc looks amazing (2D.) There is some slight, and I mean very slight banding in some of the underwater shots but this may be from the cameras they had to use for those scenes. Also some slight mush is revealed in some CGI shots. Otherwise, this is top of the food chain. This is among the best Blu Ray images I have ever seen.

Agreed. The only reason one can see the slight variation in resolution between some of the CG shots and the live action is that this transfer IS that good.

I loaded this up last night just to sample the transfer before watching something else, and found it very difficult to turn off. Really gorgeous images, and completely engrossing on a relatively large (106") projection system.
post #44 of 244
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Originally Posted by Geoff D View Post

Some banding was evident in the 15/70 IMAX version I saw, so that's down to the source.

Down to the digital master, you mean. Of course there is no "banding" in a celluloid print.
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post #46 of 244
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Spectacular improvement, IMO. Look at the detail in the crowd on the pier as TITANIC is pulling away (cap #2). Look at the detail that was previously blown-out in the lampshade and in the window, in what I believe is the dining hall (cap #7). Love it!
post #47 of 244
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eek.gifeek.gifeek.gif wow!

Both the detail and colors are spectacular!!
post #48 of 244
Woah. For all the comments that Cameron had already T&O'd Titanic for the SE DVD, the Blu-ray version decides the issue once and for all. I don't mind it in the least, YMMV. smile.gif

Stars/no stars in this comparison. http://www.caps-a-holic.com/hd_vergleiche/comparison.php?cap1=14062&cap2=14046&art=full&image=2&cID=1259&action=1&lossless=#vergleich

It could be that DVD resolution couldn't resolve them (and the Euro SE DVD was filtered a bit more than the US one, gonna check my R1 now), but I seem to remember that the background in that shot has always been pitch black. Another little Cameron tweakeroo, perhaps?
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Originally Posted by Strevlac View Post

Down to the digital master, you mean. Of course there is no "banding" in a celluloid print.

Well, duh. Titanic 3D's 4K origination has been well publicised, no?
post #49 of 244
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He did alter at least one star field by his own admission
post #50 of 244
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Originally Posted by Geoff D View Post

Woah. For all the comments that Cameron had already T&O'd Titanic for the SE DVD, the Blu-ray version decides the issue once and for all. I don't mind it in the least, YMMV. smile.gif
Wow is right, the difference is startling.

Thanx for posting the link.smile.gif
post #51 of 244
Saw a clip and there looks to possibly be some EE, plenty of noise and the CGI is now even more artificial looking (expected).

That said it was the best I have ever seen this movie look... by far.

I don't care for the movie but it's one of my wife's favorites so we'll be buying on release day.

Jason
post #52 of 244
Is some place selling this already?
post #53 of 244
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Originally Posted by dvdmike007 View Post

He did alter at least one star field by his own admission

Yeah, that's the shot that nagys mentioned. It looked be-yoo-tiful, too. I just wasn't aware that X amount more stuff had been fiddled with, apart from the wire removal of the whiskey glass sliding off of the mantlepiece. I was sad enough to be looking out for that one in the cinema. biggrin.gif
post #54 of 244
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Originally Posted by 42041 View Post

Is some place selling this already?

I would like to know also where are people getting them from ?
post #55 of 244
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Originally Posted by Franin View Post

I would like to know also where are people getting them from ?

Review copies???
post #56 of 244
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Originally Posted by LordAwesome View Post

Review copies???

no problems
post #57 of 244
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Originally Posted by 42041 View Post

Is some place selling this already?

http://lmgtfy.com/?q=TITANIC+BLURAY+RIP
post #58 of 244
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Originally Posted by dvdmike007 View Post

http://lmgtfy.com/?q=TITANIC+BLURAY+RIP
That's what I figured... just wondering if maybe it came out early in some other country and I missed it.
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^I can't wait for my copy....smile.gifsmile.gif
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