IS there any difference between the DTS and DD Lethal Weapon?

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  1. Carlo S

    Carlo S Stunt Coordinator

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    Can anyone tell me if there really is that much difference between listening to DTS when comparing to DD??
     
  2. Robert George

    Robert George Screenwriter

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    On the Lethal Weapon films, no, no audible difference.
     
  3. luke j. chung

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    Not much difference in the audio, but there are other factors to consider: longer Director's Cut, "Making Of" featurette, and director's audio commentary, all of which make this purchase a no-brainer if you haven't already bought the previous bare-bones flipper from Warner.[​IMG]
     
  4. rutger_s

    rutger_s Supporting Actor

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    None of the first three Lethal films have audio commentary tracks.

    The first three Lethals were re-issued as the director's cuts with a new dts English sound option.

    Lethal Weapon 2 had a trailer and stunt featurette on the original disc, this was carried over to the re-release. But Lethal 2 was presented in letterbox in the original release. The director's cut of Lethal 2 is presented in anamorphic widescreen.

    Lethal Weapon - Director's Cut is definitely a must purchase. It includes some great character development and adds a scene that explains the dialogue in the parking garage. This scene show how far down Martin Riggs has gone since the loss of his wife.
     
  5. Sean Oneil

    Sean Oneil Supporting Actor

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    When it comes to the audio track difference, it honestly depends upon who you ask.
     

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