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Discussion in 'Blu-ray and UHD' started by Robert Harris, Jan 23, 2011.
99% of what passes for the mainstream internet consists of crappy clickbait sites endlessly recycling the same old content, usually originating from a single, quality source. In the last couple of days I've lost count of the number of single-shot-scene reports, including the one above, that are literally doing no more than describing this featurette:
While I'm at it, here's the sole trailer released to date:
Well, you know, when you're at work and can't watch the video, a written description of its contents is useful sometimes.
I purchased Lawrence in 4K on iTunes yesterday evening. It looks absolutely magnificent.
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Fascinating. But I’m also wondering at what point movie/TV money went from looking obviously fake from a mile away, like play money for kids, to realistic. It seems like the former is what was required in the more distant past.
So, the 4K is out for streaming...what about those who have been anxiously awaiting (for years) for a physical release?
Can you see the studios replacing their print archives? Doubtful.
Makes me sad...
So it's the end of November, and no sign of the Czech release that was mentioned?
According to the site where it was found back then it has been pushed back to June 2020:
I wouldn't go pinning my hopes on Czech internet stores. They also list a 4K UHD of Panic Room as being "sold out" (after a supposed release date in June), when it has never been released.