Is the Moulin Rouge DVD anamorphic?

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  1. ace peterson

    ace peterson Second Unit

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    I didn't see anything on the DVD that says it is anamorphic or enhanced for 16x9 televisions. Can anyone else confirm this?
     
  2. Jason_H

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    Yes it's anamorphic. Looks frickin' fantastic.
     
  3. Dan Brecher

    Dan Brecher Producer

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    LOVELY 16x9 transfer as said. To the DVD store with you! [​IMG]
    Dan
     
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    best transfer in awhile. how does romeo and julliet look
     
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    Does a bear crap in the woods? [​IMG] Oh yeah it's anamorphic alright!
     
  6. Roby Adams

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    I hate to be a thread crapper but there are a million other places on the web to look up this type of information.
     
  7. Chuck C

    Chuck C Cinematographer

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    I always check out amazon to see if a disc is anamorphic
    eg. Moulin Rouge
     
  8. Bruce Hedtke

    Bruce Hedtke Cinematographer

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    Chuck,
    How accurate is Amazon as far as listing anamorphic enhancement? The one thing I hate about DVDEmpire is that you can't be sure about how accurate their disc information is. I guess that makes me skeptical about the other sites info as well.
     
  9. Chad Gregory

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    hmmm...I'm gonna have to rethink using amazon (even though I have yet to experience false info from them)
     
  12. Chad Gregory

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    Chuck,

    I'm not saying that they are always inaccurate, just not to rely on them as your main source for disc info. There is at least 1 or 2 threads a week paranoid because, "Amazon says that the disc will be..."

    I don't even look there any more for any information.

    -Chad
     
  13. Brian Perry

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    Regardless of where you can find out this information on the internet, it is wrong and inexcusable for studios not to include it on the package.
     

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