Yes it is very funny how different reviewers see completely different things??well, I'd like to know who is right because I've sent an e-mail to Todd Doogan from the digitalbits asking about the subtitles and he told there were no spanish but the dvdfile review shows the opposite and not to mention the triple AAA for audio and video. Anyway I'm picking up this ASAP.
Pulp Fiction was shot with a 'soft' filter lens and is SUPPOSED to look washed out, blurry and lack detail.The original DVD certainly looked like this, as did the laserdisc. But my Korean R0 DVD does not. There is a lot of detail I never knew this movie had. I can even see the wrinkles on Travolta's face. Also, it doesn't look anywhere near as washed out as the previous releases.
I'm assuming the new SE is the same as the Korean.
, I don't think that should be enough to knock 2 points(stars) off the video ratingare you serious ? ringing is about as obtrusive as it's gets. any transfer where it's been used liberally should have 2 points knocked off as default. especially as it's widely known how disliked this practice is. and while we're at, perhaps 2 points could be knocked off the engineers/technicians/deadbeats that thought it might be nice to make the picture on their 19 inch screen look a little bit sharper. grrrr!