Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'DVD' started by Mikel_Cooperman, Dec 17, 2003.
What happened to a choice? The majority want OAR.
I would like to second this. In addition to there being many people who would like for all movies to be presented in their original aspect ratio, there are a growing number of us that have widescreen TVs. Your decision to release this as "full" screen only has changed a likely BUY decision to a possible RENT. Oh, well, at least you can't claim that you're doing this because "families prefer fullscreen". (Or, if you are, you should watch this film!)
It's LONG overdue for someone to explain what the heck is going on with this company. They used to be one of the best, now they've done almost a complete 180!
They probably hate 80s films.
SONY really sucks these days.
I guess when I go shopping for my new widescreen HDTV I can skip looking at Sony brand if all of their video software will cause gray bars on the sides of the screen.
I believe that it's shameful to remove the OAR side off of any title. This is huge step backwards in a world where widescreen displays are becoming more prevalent. Ben