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reg 1 master and comander pq

Discussion in 'Movie Forum' started by john R1, Apr 30, 2004.

  1. john R1

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    while i would agree the sound quality on master and commander was excellent apart from certain scenes where the dialogue was hard to understand, i felt the pq left a little to be desired i have the collectors edition which i watched in dts what are your thoughts on this
     
  2. Simon6776

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    Not watched all of it (waiting for neighbours to go on holiday) :devil: but what I have seen seemed fine to me.
     
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    Picture quality is not what i had expected either, review due in a day or so.
     
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    Certainly agree & far from what I expect from a new film..

    Feared it would not be that great after reading the R2 review.

    Not the worst ever but for a new high profile film it is dissapointing.
     
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    Thank God I was right:) [lots of other review sites rave about the picture quality, banding the word "reference" about:rolleyes:]
     
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    Yeah, but they seemingly don't need a reference to start with and just score as they feel:rolleyes: :rotfl: Sorry couldn't resist.:thumbsup:
     
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    I agree. The picture has artefacts all over the place. Every scene with sky, fog or smoke looks terrible.
     
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    The Audio is it's only redeeming feature. Picture quality is a bit naff and the film itself is................:censored:
     

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