Someone clear this up for me? How is that I am constantly finding the picture quality of a DVD surpassing that of what I see in local theaters. Case in point - the LOTR DVD easily has a far better picture than anything I saw in the 4 different theatres I saw it in. Scenes are so much clearer on the DVD. The opening battle from the prologue, the detail in Moria, the Balrog etc all show with much greater clarity than the film counterpart. Isn't this going against the image superiority that a film print is supposed to have? Does it all come down to the fact the prints one sees in the theater suffer such a detail loss because I'm seeing a copy of the original? AOTC should look light years better than what I saw in the theater.