Adjustment Bureau - Blu-ray/DVD June 21st

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  1. bugeyes

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    Adjustment Bureau set for release on Bluray/DVD June 21st. I'm yet to see it but it looks awesome.


    [http://universal.mthirty.com/adjustment_bureau_home - Trailer and Bonus Scenes Anyone seen it yet? --------------------- http://bit.ly/gMvG9v
     
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    It's now in store, picking it up tonight. anyone else?
     
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    I plan on picking up a copy. What is it going for on Blu?
     
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    $22.99 right now.
     
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    Thanks. This one is definitely worthy of a place in my collection. Can't say the same for most of today's movies.
     
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    Just watched my copy tonight. It's a dark transfer -- darker than I remember in theaters -- and there's a bit of black crush to the picture. But all in all, an excellent transfer for an excellent movie.
     
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    Interesting. I thought the black levels were accurate (at least as accurate as my memory allows), but I thought the overall detail was a tad lacking. Don't get me wrong, this didn't appear to be a DNR fiasco, and the grain structure seemed intact. I just thought the transfer could have had a little bit more detail to it.


    The soundtrack was stellar, though. Actually one of the better dialogue-centric tracks I've heard. At no point was I struggling to hear dialogue (other than the bathroom speech scene, which was clearly intended), and the music was perfectly-balanced so as to never overpower.


    A solid release, and it will definitely get a yearly re-watch from me.
     

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