Mate, I've got the Blu-ray, the Arrow Steelbook, and now a 4K PR disc and I'm struggling to cancel my own order...Thanks Cas.....ordered!
I'll have your spare.Mate, I've got the Blu-ray, the Arrow Steelbook, and now a 4K PR disc and I'm struggling to cancel my own order...
(put the 4K disc in the steelbook and click cancel... put the 4K disc in the steelbook and click cancel... put the 4K disc in the steelbook and click cancel... no, no, don't order Crash 4K, here we go again...)
Hell yes. I mean, for starters they fix the sound. And DV does make a huge difference on the video. Yes, yes, and yes, upgrade the hell out of this puppy.Cas is it worth an upgrade over the BR? I bought this just before UHD was announced and is still in packaging!
I think that scene really hammered home how good those two are.So glad to see a reviewer I respect delight in this film like I do.
The juxtapositions throughout are great of what and who is good and actually serves the betterment. I love how you see the flipside of the police and the misuse of legal and illegal drugs snortled and gulped down in the name of justified pursuit set against Frank White's own pharma intent. There's so many scenes and lines to remember - including the end scene for a certain ginger.
Walken and Fishburne are dynamic in this and gelled so near unbelievably well as white kingpin and his black right hand.
“- Frank White: How come you never came to see me?
- Jimmy Jump: Who wanted to see you in a cage, man?”
So you just put your head back and screamed "Kiiiiiing" instead of "Khaaaaan!"?
I mean, it's Arrow, so you really should.I've got the vhs, dvd and arrow blu ray, I'm not getting this...I'm not.
I have to show the same will power I showed with Die Hard.
I'm probably getting this...
Nah I'm with you mate, I try to keep myself to a set of rules (that I break on occasion), I buy blu ray upgrades of my dvd collection if they're less than 8 quid and take the dvds to work for whoever wants them, I don't upgrade my blu rays because they look good enough (except when I do, because I'm weak), and the uhd discs are restricted to movies I don't own at all.I mean, it's Arrow, so you really should.
They took their time getting into the format, but they've knocked it out of the park so far.
King of New York
Crash has been delayed but I've got Tremors 4K in house and I'm sure it'll be another one that defies logic in how damn good it can look in 4K DV.
They do good work on films that you really wouldn't expect to land on 4K (not wholly unlike Studiocanal), sorting out proper native 4K restorations with professionally implemented Dolby Vision, and porting the extras - old AND new - onto the actual 4K disc. And that's even before the packaging.
They go above and beyond on some juicy cult classics, and that's just what the format needs at the moment, so I wouldn't hesitate in supporting them (heads back to Amazon to un-cancel order)...