I was so looking forward to this review and, Ralph, you gave it to us. I am deeply disappointed that one of the films highlights, which were its extended bass, was tamped down, but I will still be buying the film. I have the blu ray already but will sell it if anyone around here is interested. Big question though Ralph...now that you know that the bass in those important scenes is not equal to the Blu ray audio, when it is time for you to sit back to watch the film for sheer enjoyment...which will you put in the player, the blu ray with the better bottom end or the UHD with the less than perfect audio?
This brings me to another question...do the studios actually tell you whether a video is remastered or an audio is remixed? If not, is there a way to tell?
Thanks for being so quick on the dime and getting this review out.
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