- Jul 3, 1997
- Real Name
- Ronald Epstein
A really good movie that I bought on iTunes for $6.99 that I still haven't watch so this upcoming release will motivate me to do so. It's been about 20 years since my last viewing of this movie.I have never seen this film and I love Burt Lancaster. This may be a blind purchase.
Yeah, I've had a fair number of pressed discs go bad and no MOD discs go bad. In all fairness, I probably own 300 pressed discs for every MOD I have but I still don't get the terror that MOD seems to inspire in some people.There must be some people here who have had consistently bad experiences with MOD's, guessing from anti-MOD feedback. I have not, and I own about a hundred of them. Some of the earliest WAC DVD's had loading issues, but that's ironed out. Hell, if Paramount wants to burn their sought-after catalog titles with kitchen matches or a blow torch, I'm fine with it, as long as they play and look good.
All of my Blu-ray players are from Sony. None has ever had a difficulty playing MOD Blu-ray discs.Burnt Blu-Rays have not gotten to this stage (and may not due to far less market penetration). BD-Rs have compatibility issues with several brands of players. I had the Charmed S3 on BD-R. One of my players (Panasonic) would not play it all, and the other (LG) would freeze up at the layer change and after Pausing for anything over a minute.
As for knowing whether this is a BD-R release, I am going by the picture not having the Blu-Ray Logo, but having BLU-RAY DISC.
As they said in the other forum:I’m not seeing where this BD-R information is coming from. I don’t believe there’s been a press release and the only info we have is from the Amazon pre-order which says nothing about it being BD-R. I’m sure someone will correct me.