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Discussion in 'DVD' started by oscar_merkx, Jun 29, 2004.
from today's bits
This is absolutely good news indeed
This is good news, especially since the first DVD of the first movie was pretty mediocre.
yes, Charlie actually dropped the hint in another thread a little while ago. hopefully this means we will get some real extras not just filler.
Keeping my fingers crossed.
I think I'll still wait for the inevitable Superbit of this.
Well I'm going to skip this in the theaters since I can't depend on any place here to show it properly, and the prints will probably have the CrAP code dots too!
Well its in 2:35.1 anamorphic this time so the problem for framing errors is unlikely.
I saw this last night on the biggest screen in my local theater and I didn't notice the CrapCodes at all. Don't let something like the possibility of misframing and little dots keep you from experiencing one of the best comic-book movies ever made.
I also noticed no dots and I've noticed them during previous movies. Maybe they've dropped tis stupid requirement.
Glad to hear Charlie is handling this one! I'd forgotten about the hints he dropped a while back.
Hopefully they design the menus a little better than on the first one-it was way too tricky to see the little dot that showed you what was actually selected.
According to IMDB, it was filmed in Super 35, so make of that what you will as far as any possible framing issues.
I think it said "Filmed in Panavision" during the credits.
I *did* notice the little "CrapCodes" and I think the uproar over them is absolutely ridiculous. They're only a fraction as distracting as the reel change symbols, and nobody complains about them.
Great news re: Charlie. He's one classy individual and a hell of a great DVD producer.
In an interview over at CHUD, Raimi says it was filmed in Super 35.
wow, indeed good news. i hope they include all trailers in 2.35:1 of spidey 2 and as very special bonus the wtc trailer of spidey 1 and glories quality including 5.1 audio of course
They are definitely there, they are very annoying because it takes you out of the movie for the length of one reel. They need to cease this act, but it doesn't stop me from going to the cinema.
Genius, can't wait to see what he comes up with on the DVD; I bet he'll enjoy interviewing Dunst
What are the Crap codes?