- Apr 22, 2003
Hoping that some new Christmas releases will make it to the stores. I guess we'll see.
I am not asking for a recall because your probably right that it was released as intended but I would purchase it over again for it to be more faithful to the film version where film gain is intact. I purchased T2 on 4K blu-ray but while it is watchable I can not say I am a fan of how it was sharpened and the DNR so heavily applied. And at the same time I am waiting for more of the franchise to be release on 4K Blu-ray and to see more Schwarzenegger movies on 4K Blu-ray and more Eastwood movies as well.Josh Steinberg
Why would there be a corrected release for Terminator 2? It looks exactly as the filmmakers and rightsholders want it to look. That they’ve chosen a more modern aesthetic for the presentation wasn’t an accident. They’re not going to recall a product that came out exactly the way they wanted it to.
DVD is my last format. After dealing with EAIJ, 3/4, Beta, VHS, Super Beta, Super VHS, I'm done.I'm just not into old TV shows. That was then, this is now. Movies, however, are a different thing entirely. I vowed I wouldn't double dip when I switched from DVD to Blu-ray. Well, you guessed it. I'm double dipping like crazy!