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With very few exceptions, younger people are never going to be interested in vintage movies. That has always been the case. When I was growing up...
Ten years ago, streaming was barely watchable. Now the best of it is virtually indistinguishable from disc. In another ten years, it will be superior.
Bond is back...on antidepressants.
Maybe it'll end up getting released on the internet, once whomever holds it realizes it's now pretty much worthless.
I don't think that's true from Netflix's perspective. They're not interested in maximizing the revenue of every production. The reason they're...
They're discontinued models, but there are still some 3D sets for sale out there...
And now Parasite is coming, too.
Parasite is coming to the Criterion collection.
How about a vertical format?
With physical media sales in decline across the board, and UHD only accounting for about 5% of total disc sales, I think you'll be seeing a lot...
Vinyl isn't all that big. It's on track to sell about $500 million this year, compared to about $7 billion for music streaming. For movies and...
We've also become spoiled by the quality of digital images in the past decade or so. If you went to see a 35mm print of Butch Cassidy on opening...
Even new, successful movies like Little Women aren't getting released on 4K disc. I think very few older films will ever see releases.
He must be touring with this stuff. Saw that one, too. And Blade Runner.
I saw something similar with Trumbull a few years ago, and would highly recommend it. Interesting that there's a DCP of it available now. I saw it...
I ripped all of mine to the hard drive and edited out the Olive logo.
Because almost nothing pre-80s sells more than a couple of thousand copies. If they're going to do a restoration, it will be mostly for archival...
Cue the chorus of: "But it's not on disc."
Vinyl is expected to outsell CDs this year for the first time since 1986.
According to the reviews, no.
More likely not a print, but a 35mm IP scanned at 2K. As for why? Cost. Same as everything else.
And the player is just the prerequisite - then you have to drop anywhere between $5-50 every time you want to watch something.
And adjusted for inflation, that would be almost $5000 today. But there were no other options then.
Was anything new even released in the Paramount/Warner deal? It seemed like it was all repackaging already released titles.
I found this to be one of Scorsese's lesser films, and the "twist" utterly lame.
Nice. I hope this is from a new scan. I saw a screening of this a few months ago and the DCP didn't look much better than the DVD.
I think those are all bootlegs. Kino recently announced a blu-ray for this year.
Sure, but you can enjoy watching them just as much without owning them.
They were the right films at the wrong time. Today, Joker made a billion dollars. If it had been released in '82, it would have flopped.