Thor: Love & Thunder and Netflix’s Sea Beast Reviews and the latest 4K + Movie/TV News…

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Cas and the movies team return to discuss new movies Thor: Love & Thunder and Netflix’s Sea Beast, along with the latest 4K, Movies and TV Show news as well as what the guys have been watching. Presented by Cas Harlow with Tom Davies, Simon Crust and Mark Costello

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MahaRaja

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I suggest you guys review an Indian Movie that's taking Netflix by storm called RRR.
It's a 3 hour long big budget action film, but unlike anything
you've seen from your traditional western films. By the way, the 3 hours goes very quickly and it's very entertaining.
 
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Lloydy92

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Regarding the comments about teal push in new releases, this reminds me a little of the Technicolor picture setting on older LGs which had a teal push meant to mimic the look/white point of a projector?

Could it be they’re introducing a teal tint to do something similar?
 

Fasen

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Excellent enthusiasm in reading out the last bit @Tom Davies 😆😆
 

Fasen

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Tom Davies

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I suggest you guys review an Indian Movie that taking Netflix by storm called RRR.
It's a 3 hour long big budget action film, but unlike you've seen from your traditional western films. By the way, the 3 hours goes very quickly and it's very entertaining.
This movie is AMAZING.

Possibly my favourite of the year.
 

Mark Costello

Distinguished Member
Regarding the comments about teal push in new releases, this reminds me a little of the Technicolor picture setting on older LGs which had a teal push meant to mimic the look/white point of a projector?

Could it be they’re introducing a teal tint to do something similar?
Possibly. Although in this day and age of very clearly quantifiable settings for white in each colour space you'd like to think not......but honestly, who knows. Its baffling really and while the likes of Arrow get crucified for some of their issues (some of which aren't even their fault - 12 Monkeys and Henry I'd argue are solely down to the rights holder who gave them the master), which to a man, all have been rectified with replacements, there's nothing at all from Studio Canal on these issues that are discussed up and down the internet.......

Maybe we don't make too much of a noise about them. Maybe we still keep buying the releases regardless. But either way, I'm surprised there's been total radio silence about it from them.
 

Mark Costello

Distinguished Member
I suggest you guys review an Indian Movie that's taking Netflix by storm called RRR.
It's a 3 hour long big budget action film, but unlike anything
you've seen from your traditional western films. By the way, the 3 hours goes very quickly and it's very entertaining.
Holiday later this week, Apple TV box packed ahead of any clothes or sun tan lotion.......this will be watched. Oh yes. It will be watched. Cheers!
 

Deesnutz

Active Member
Great listen guys. As well as James Caan, it would also been worth mentioning Joe Turkel and Paul Sirico too.
 

chiro81

Active Member
HUUUUGE thor fan and marvel overall here

5/10

The plot was silly (opening scene for example) and weak.

Comedy was waaaay to forced

Loved ragnarok but this plot was lazy and overall this movie was a dud


Unfortunatly Phase 4 has already had more duds than the first 3 phases COMBINED!
 

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