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TCFHE Press Release: Fargo (4k Remastered Blu-ray)

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#21 of 23 OFFLINE   larryKR

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Posted April 05 2014 - 05:31 PM

I have both versions, and clearly to me the new version is superior. If you love this film why would you not want the best version? If you bought the original BD and think the film is only OK and not great, then I can understand not needing the upgrade.



#22 of 23 OFFLINE   Douglas R

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Posted April 06 2014 - 03:53 AM

I have both versions, and clearly to me the new version is superior. If you love this film why would you not want the best version? If you bought the original BD and think the film is only OK and not great, then I can understand not needing the upgrade.

I think it's a great film but I have no interest in upgrading it for a small improvement in picture quality on my 47" screen. After all, how many times would I watch it? I have loads of discs which I have yet to watch, never mind finding time to see again all those which I already have.

#23 of 23 OFFLINE   Blu_rayfan66

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Posted April 07 2014 - 11:14 AM

Here's a review from another site with some comparisons...

 http://www.dvdactive...remastered.html







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