007, The Mask and Addams Family DVDs

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  1. Kramer Lowry

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    Mi Casa apparently did new DTS and DD mixes for The Mask, so it seems likely. This year is the 10th anniversary, so who knows?

    Some of the 007 films will likely be re-released to DVD next year since Lowry Digital Images is doing new 4K restorations of 9 of them.
     
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    Probably normal DVD's. The restorations are being done at 4K resolution, though.
     
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    Can't believe The Mask wasn't anamorphic. I think it's the only New Line DVD I have that wasn't.

    Curse the early days of DVD!! Was so pleased at the time just to have it in widescreen. At least Long Kiss Goodnight was anamorphic. I think I got that BEFORE The Mask.
     
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    You almost struck me dead with this. What ever are you talking about. Better how?
     
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    The Mask reiussue will probably be at Christmas to tie in with the release of the sequel (due out in Feb '05)
     
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    Yeah, New Line will have to make their money SOMEHOW. From the looks of it, they're not going to make any with the Carrey-less sequel.
     
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    This is good news. I have been wanting the Mask, but until it's re-released, we won't be able to have it in a keepcase.
     
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    I saw "The Mask" at a really crappy time in my life ..one of my friends in high school was beaten to death ...so for some strange reason I went to the movies for comfort after the funeral ...and i love this film to this day for helping me laugh through the pain of losing a friend ..

    I still have the ticket stub....[​IMG]

    I can't believe it's been 10 yrs !
    R.I.P. Michael Keaser
     
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    Beaten to death? Good Lord, that's just brutal.

    BTW, that link to the widescreen vs. fullscreen comparison is one of the best I have ever seen! Truly a nice job.
     
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    The Addams Family is a Paramount movie and they usually don't upgrade their old dvd's so you might as well pick it up now. I've heard it has a transfer.

    I'm sorry to hear about your friend John. I hope they caught the person/people responsible.
     
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    Widescreen looks a lot better. Open matte, ugh...
     
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    Percebe, thats because THE MASK is open matte. You need to take the time to educate yourself a little more on the various forms of widescreen. All that link proved to me is what I already knew; OAR (widescreen) is better.
     
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    They may be coming around, however. Last year they upgraded all the Jack Ryan films (The Hunt for Red October, Patriot Games, Clear and Present Danger), and this year they're upgrading Deep Impact.
     

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