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 Posted:   Jun 14, 2024 - 3:19 PM   
 By:   Kentishsax   (Member)

So took my son tonight, to see my fave Trek film, Search for Spock, at the cinema (one showing only and one day only) as a 40th anniversary re-release. Seems like 20 years, tops! But I thought it was a 4K remaster being screened? The picture was a bit blurry, faded and the projectionist didn't frame it correctly, it was a bit too large and thus blurred, noticeable with Dame Judith Anderson's credit chopped the last 'N' of her name off and very tops of heads chopped off and picture information at the sides and bottom missing.

But at least we got to hear a proper score at the cinema again.

 Posted:   Jun 15, 2024 - 4:24 AM   
 By:   Solium   (Member)

Well that sucks! I'd love to see WOK on the big screen again. I know the theaters play classic movies from time to time I just never think of looking for them. My only issue is I find films to dark and blurry in the theater in general. I enjoy them a lot more on an HD television. I recently compared a night time scene that was almost to dark to see in Godzilla Minus One in the theater compared to its digital release. I remember the score being front and center in the audio mix. Back in the good old days when producers thought scores mattered.

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