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  1. Robert Harris

    Blu-ray Review A Few Words About A few words about…™ Ivanhoe – in Blu-ray

    You can thank Freddie Young for those close-ups.
  2. Robert Harris

    Blu-ray Review A Few Words About A few words about…™ Ivanhoe – in Blu-ray

    You were absolutely not out of line. I actually have not a clue as to what the term means. Possibly some sort of cuddly Australian marsupial, with fangs.
  3. Robert Harris

    Blu-ray Review A Few Words About A few words about…™ Ivanhoe – in Blu-ray

    If these images are accurate to your panel, and you have a desire to see things properly, the setting should not be set to Vivid. Vivid may work nicely for some football games, and imagery of clown fish swimming in coral - big box store fodder - but not for cinema.
  4. Robert Harris

    Blu-ray Review A Few Words About A few words about…™ Ivanhoe – in Blu-ray

    Sorry. Nothing whatsoever akin to the disc. If I had reviewed this Ivanhoe, it would receive a Fail.
  5. Robert Harris

    Blu-ray Review A Few Words About A few words about…™ Ivanhoe – in Blu-ray

    The major difference is that, where possible, MPI, the studio's crack digital facility, is scanning original negatives as opposed to IPs.
  6. Robert Harris

    Blu-ray Review A Few Words About A few words about…™ Ivanhoe – in Blu-ray

    As an M-G-M UK production, Ivanhoe was given to Freddie Young as DP. And it shows. Derived from the original negatives, Warner Archive has given us yet another meticulously prepared Blu-ray, appearing akin to a Technicolor dye transfer print - but with slightly increased resolution. Produced...
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