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post #91 of 98
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You know what, I just re watched it and like Ralph said, a lot of lighting/shading going on there and it looked like banding to me. I did a side by side comparison with the SD and the scene is pretty well dark with its limitations. So, no banding in the tunnel scene, just a lot of shades of shadows.



I'm glad the PQ looked good to you smile.gif
What did you think of the audoo? I need to watck it again, I just bought a new sub and the grenade scene almost blew my old one up biggrin.gif but overall I really enjoyed both audio and video.
post #92 of 98
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Originally Posted by inspector View Post

You know what, I just re watched it and like Ralph said, a lot of lighting/shading going on there and it looked like banding to me. I did a side by side comparison with the SD and the scene is pretty well dark with its limitations. So, no banding in the tunnel scene, just a lot of shades of shadows.

Greetings,

Glad to hear it inspector...cool.gif


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post #93 of 98
Rented this last week. I must confess, I've never really enjoyed the zombie genre. This movie didn't change my mind. I kept thinking-don't I already have a copy of this movie-I am legend? Or any of the dozens of zombie flicks already made. Brad Pitt is good as always but I was bored. Now, last night I caught "warm bodies" on the dish. I loved it. I thought it was a fresh take on a tired genre.
post #94 of 98
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Rented this last week. I must confess, I've never really enjoyed the zombie genre. This movie didn't change my mind. I kept thinking-don't I already have a copy of this movie-I am legend? Or any of the dozens of zombie flicks already made. Brad Pitt is good as always but I was bored. Now, last night I caught "warm bodies" on the dish. I loved it. I thought it was a fresh take on a tired genre.

Well, just finished watching "Voodoo Man"(first time in a true release) with Bela Lugosi, George Zucco and John Carradine and it wasn't quite as good as WWZ...but its zombies had pretty ladies!!!
post #95 of 98
I would describe WWZ as I am legend at a grander scale but without the personal touch. I Am Legend is a better movie because it doesn't numb you with the endless zombie attack. WWZ is good for a weekend rental because Brad Pitt is in it.
post #96 of 98
Having now seen the 3D version I have to say it certainly does add to the fun! Made me jump here and there! cool.gif
post #97 of 98
I rented the 2d unrated version from netflix and loved it more than the pg-13 cut. More blood and gore and violence for sure. Awesome sound and picture quality. Will get this movie for xmas soon.
post #98 of 98
can anyone check, at minute 13 exactly when the scene changes, does the sound kind of crack - it kind of seems part of the scene change but its abrupt....or is it just my copy?
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