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Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix UHD Blu-ray Review

Discussion in '4K Ultra HD Blu-rays' started by Phil Hinton, May 5, 2018.


    1. Simon Crust

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      A really useless comment. You streamed it, which is not the same quality but comment all the same? Why?

      Final line is provocative in a movie forum.
       
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      I agree re adaptations, but think it’s provocative in this forum/thread.

      As for sharing opinions, that’s fine but at least make them of the same source. You simply cannot compare a stream to a UHD disc.
       
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      I watched this recently on DVD and I thought it looked pretty terrible. Very, very, very, very soft, really much worse than the old blu-ray, and that wasn't up to much. And the lack of detail, my goodness the lack of detail. Some scenes are so destroyed by the lack of detail there isn't much left.

      ^^All true (except me watching the DVD), but a rather pointless post in a UHD thread.
       

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