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Which Men In Black DVD to get?

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Rolando, Jun 15, 2002.

  1. Rolando

    Rolando Screenwriter

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    Which of all 4 releases has best video and all Special features features?

    Does the new "Deluxe Edition" features all extra in the "Limited Edition"?

    Can anyone fill me in on differences?
     
  2. Jeremy Allin

    Jeremy Allin Supporting Actor

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    Kyle McKnight Cinematographer

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    HenrikTull Second Unit

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  5. David_Giles

    David_Giles Stunt Coordinator

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    Rolando has a post count of 1 guys,give him a break.
     
  6. ChrisMatson

    ChrisMatson Cinematographer

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    Yes, be nice. But note that he has a post count of 153 at the time of this post. The "1" refers to the fact that he started this thread.
     
  7. Dave H

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    The DTS version is the best version unless you want all of the extras get the Limited or Deluxe editions.
     
  8. Dan Hitchman

    Dan Hitchman Cinematographer

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    Get the DTS version (great sound!). Don't worry about the video quality, it stinks in ALL four versions. I wouldn't be surprised if they just dusted an older transfer/compression job off and reused it. This was going to be released in 1997, but Spielberg delayed it. MPEG-2 encoding has gotten much better since then.

    Dan
     
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    Yes, there are far too many artifacts. This would make a great Superbit title utilizing their current authoring and compressing techniques.
     
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  11. Rolando

    Rolando Screenwriter

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    OUCH!!!

    Sorry guys I usually do use the search, my bad.

    I am lurking around daily and was sure no thread discussing this had slipped by me. Guess I got cocky about content knowledge of this forum...

    or lazy...

    Maybe a bit of both :b. Thanks for the help though...
     

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