Originally Posted by Paul Arnette
I think I was confused as to your intent. Initially, when I read your comment I thought you were complaining that the BD color-timing was innaccurate. I had gotten my Internet hate-on ready to unleash my fury at the BD transfer, only to find out it looks a helluva sight better than the DVD orange tint be damned.
Originally Posted by Johnny Vertigo
Looks like there was some misunderstanding here. Sorry
Originally Posted by plissken99
The worst is the shot of Kilmer in the cage. The blue sky becomes a dirty brown on the Blu Ray.
Yeah, I was referring to the fact that I like seeing her hair the "right" color now. But don't lump me in with liking all of it... sorry to let you down. That same shot suffers from some clipping due to contrast boosting as does this one
. There's no doubt that the rest of the color is totally off as well. Replacing white with beige
and bright orange
isn't doing it any favors. You can argue that the DVD isn't accurate, but when the DVD, VHS, and trailers all look similar, it seems obvious to me that the new color is wrong. That's what the evidence before me indicates, anyway.
The detail is a revelation, however. I'll probably buy it when it gets under $10.