Is it just my LG b6 or is this show extremely dark?
Yes there were onlookers, there were all over the street and some where on the phone. We assume they were calling the police. Who went back inside? He left in his car to get away from the scene. The other scene was already in the apartment upstairs.Been watching a few episodes. Not nearly as tight as BB. They killed some guy and threw him out of a balcony in the middle of the day on a main street and went back inside like nothing happened. No onlookers. No 911 calls. No police. Guy went to bank and withdrew million of dollars in front of federal agents. Then drove to another state with the money in the car. No federal agents following them and the money. I know it's a TV show, but this is lazy writing. Left the money in the motel and only to have some of it stolen. It's nowhere near BB level of tightness, suspense, and story telling.
Thanks for spotting this. I had just bought a new 40" Sammy for the bedroom and thought I would have to do some more picture adjustments. LOLUSA Today review says "seems to be shot through a blue-and-gray filter" So, not your TV.
2:1? They've been using that aspect ratio on a number of series. It's been around awhile. George Lucas used if for "THX 1138".I'm surprised no one talked about the weird aspect ratio for this show. It seemed to be around 18 or 19:9. It's perfect for this year's Samsung and LG smartphones.
What is the official word from Roku on red flashes? I was thinking about getting Ultra and give my Roku 3 to my dad but if this is not fixed I may have to think of another solution.Just finished the 1st Season and the only thing that really bugged me were all the red flashes from my Roku Ultra.
I also didn't realize Jason Bateman could actually act.