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- Jul 3, 1997
- Real Name
- Ronald Epstein
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All of Me needs a Blu-ray upgrade more. It was one of the first DVDs I bought … 19 years ago! It hasn't been remastered since to my knowledge.
I saw her onstage in Titanic The Musical.Catlin Adams, who plays Patty Bernstein the biker chick, is now a highly sought after acting coach and teacher. Among the actors she's coached: Nicole Kidman, Brad Pitt, Lily Tomlin, Naomi Watts, Aaron Eckhart, Zoe Saldana and Jamie Bell. I studied with her for 3 years (1994-1997). An incredible teacher.
Just about every Universal blu ray release from the day they started releasing them, up until about 2012-2013, is pretty useless. Full of DNR and other horrible artefacts - just look their first efforts at at Spartacus, Big Lebowski, 12 Monkeys, 40 Year Old Virgin, Brokeback Mountain etc etc. Awful. And that's what quite a few of the reviewers and purchasing public liked too. Seen the original review for Big Lebowski on bluray.com? Four stars for video quality, I kid you not. Spartacus was awarded three. Then Universal realised that their 2010 Out Of Africa was just so rubbish, they actually went ahead and remastered the damn thing a mere two years later. And offered replacement discs for those who'd bought the inferior original. Steven Spielberg and Martin Scorsese weighed in and said grain is part of a theatrical appearance and the more discerning home theatre public started re-assessing what a proper high definition picture should look like. Films shot on film should not look like video games do on Playstation. At this stage, just about every remastered catalogue transfer looks streets ahead of anything produced 10 years ago. Especially projected. So I don't mind one jot that the previous mistakes are now released properly. The first The Jerk was so bad, even blu-ray.com gave up and awarded the video two stars.The opening line of narration is the best part of this movie, IMO. This movie has already seen a Blu-ray release. So, Universal...how about a 70th Anniversary edition of THE HEIRESS in 2019? Or a 65th Anniversary edition of THIS ISLAND EARTH in 2020 (but why wait?) And how about FIRST Blu-ray releases of scores of your most requested movies, anniversaries be damned?