Hey I'll take a SUPERBITS of...

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  1. David Coleman

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    LEGENDS OF THE FALL. This movie with the beautiful cinematography just cries out for a higher resolution transfer and the score just cries out for DTS!!!
     
  2. Sean Moon

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    How about Last Action Hero, Das Boot, Leon, Lawrence of Arabia, or Arlington Road.

    Last Action Hero and Das Boot are just screaming for the treatment, as is Leon. Lawrence would just be a nice bonus.

    There are other titles that should get the treatment, like Cliffhanger, Charlie's Angels, The One, and others.
     
  3. Garrett Lundy

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    Don't forget Jorg Buttgereit's 1987 classic Nekromantik
     
  4. Thi Them

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    I'd like to see a Superbit Deluxe of Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within. The second disc would feature a commentary from Hironobu Sakaguchi, who provided one on the Spiritual Edition in Japan.

    ~T
     
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    [​IMG] Rob: As if your sig didnt hint at that
     
  7. Colin-H

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    I scream for any Das Boot that's not a flipper.
     
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    And I'll take the superbit for First Knight since it is a favourite of mine.
     
  9. Sean Oneil

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    How bout a superbit 'A Knights Tale' ? Great audio/video that would benefit from higher bitrate and DTS.
     
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  11. Sean Oneil

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    Well Holy..
    I had a feeling, but I had not heard that announcment until now.
    Cool.
    Any specs yet? Superbit Deluxe?
    Thanks [​IMG]
     
  12. rutger_s

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    Superbit DVDs have just the movie, spartan menus, and dts & Dolby Digital sound options.

    The only Superbit Deluxe titles are The Mask of Zorro & Snatch hitting on September 17th, 2002 along with Panic Room: Superbit.
     
  13. Sean Oneil

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    LOL [​IMG] Well, yes, I am aware of the superbit concept.
    I guess the only question was if it were to be a SB deluxe or not.. which you answered. Thanks again [​IMG]
     
  14. Sean Moon

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    I dont want superbits of titles that are only about a year old or so, like Mask Of Zorro(remember the special edition last August) or Knight's Tale. I want superbits of films they screwed up a little bit on the first time.

    Here is another few nice superbit ideas.
    Bridge on the River Kwai, Ghostbusters, Starman.
     
  15. Josh Simpson

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    Hey Rob, I found a used copy of LOA for 17.99 at Hastings. Is it worth a blind purchase? I generally love most of the "classics."
     

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