Stir of Echoes $6.99 at CC !

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  1. Chris Tedesco

    Chris Tedesco Second Unit

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    This is not a bad price for a pretty decent movie. The picture quality is above par and the audio is outstanding! Don't be fooled by the "full-frame" on the packaging. It's a 1:85 picture (actually 1:78). It is letter-boxed.
     
  2. Kyle McKnight

    Kyle McKnight Cinematographer

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    Coupons and Bargains

    That's a good deal. I just used a rain check of mine from Best Buy a week or two ago to get Stir of Echoes and The Ninth Gate for $12.99 as a 2-pak.
     
  3. Robert Ringwald

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    16:9 Full-Frame.

    It technically is for people with widescreen sets. [​IMG]
     
  4. Dean Kousoulas

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    (Dumb question) So If i watch this movie on a 4:3 tv...will I be losing any picture? Seeing "Fool Screen" on the back is the only reason why I haven't bought this yet.

    Dean
     
  5. Robert Ringwald

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    No. It's in WIDESCREEN. However it says "FullScreen" on the back, because if you have a 16:9 set, it will technically "fill the screen"

    on a 4:3 tv, you'll have black bars, and be seeing the complete picture. [​IMG]
     
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    Oh my god, just what we need, a studio confusing the issue even more by calling 16x9 enhanced 1.85:1 transfers FULL SCREEN because they fill a 16x9 set.
     
  7. Arvin

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    WAIT!!!!

    Full-Frame = 3:4

    FUllscreen = 9:16
     

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