Saw a 70mm blow up of Hoffa on its release in late 1992. As is the case with 70mm blow ups, fantastic audio. Another cool thing (back then) was that the previews were also 70mm blow ups as well. And guess what also had fantastic sound? The preview for Body of Evidence.
So that's my lasting...
Based on the screen shots (and yes, I know that it can be foolish to draw conclusions from screen shots, but it's all I have) on DVDBeaver, it appears that the transfer was done from a composite element rather than a WB-style ultra-rez treatment of the OCN.
Am I correct?
Dirty Dancing was set in the Catskills, but filmed at a small resort called Mountain Lake just outside of Blacksburg, Virginia. Never stayed there, but I did have brunch there once. A few pictures documenting the filming hang in the lobby.
You know who hated this movie? Roger Ebert. He felt that Brando phoned it in (acting-wise), and the director couldn't tell the difference.
I think Rog missed the point. Brando looked to me like he was having a blast working on the film - particularly working with Johnny Depp. It seems to me to...
That's what they've been doing since the 2004 restoration of Bambi. Only they use an alternate version of the the Ultra-rez process. The Disney version aligns negatives on some 80 locations in the frame. -R
Ordered my copy from Amazon last week. Arrived on Saturday. Was relieved to see that it is the corrected version. So that's all well and good. On the downside, it just hit me that I spent $30 to fix two lines of dialogue. -R