Posted August 18 2004 - 08:31 PM
| I feel that the older movies, which were never shot with anything anywhere near 1080i, are ok to buy now. HD isn't going to make them look all that much better. Even if a studio converted an old film to 1080i, it isn't going to look half as good as a new film would, so if you want to stop buying, just stop buying the new titles. |
I've been on this 'kick' since Bridge on the River Kwia came out. Everyone was raving about the transfer, and all I could see was how much the film stock was deuterated. Same with the first release of LoA.
| I would not recommend doing that. You'll be kicking yourself for the rest of this decade if you do that. |
Are you talking too me? Are you talking to me!
I am not even a second generation DVD consumer. Waited for 10 bit video DAC, component video output, & DTS flag.
My first HiRez player will be recordable, with 120gb HD, & HDMI. Wish me luck!!!
Movies are: "The Greatest Artform".
HD should be for EVERYONE!