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post #1121 of 4225 Old 09-14-13, 07:45 PM
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Yep. Even things like people getting punched or handguns being fired are accompanied by an unrealistic amount of bass that takes away from my overall enjoyment of the scenes in many cases. Then like you said, something explodes and you think, "where was the rumble"?
That's it, right there. Couldn't have said it better myself.


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We are watching finding nemo tonight on my new home made projection screen

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Watched The lost medallion tonight with my two daughters. It's a limited release in theatres movie produced by Christians. It was actually not bad, the acting was decent and story (meant to be fictional) as its being told as a story to some orphans in a home who just need something to lift their spirits.
The movie is filmed in a tropical area and much of the visuals are quite stunning, loads of color and very rich.

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We are watching finding nemo tonight on my new home made projection screen

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Love that movie. I can't wait for the Dory sequel!
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Love that movie. I can't wait for the Dory sequel!
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Just watched Little Mermaid on BR. Awesome to finally have a better copy.

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grrrrrrr, you non U.S. guys are lucky. I'm still waiting on word from Disney to confirm if we're getting a copy
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We watched Broken City it was not as bad as I heard it was.
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grrrrrrr, you non U.S. guys are lucky. I'm still waiting on word from Disney to confirm if we're getting a copy
lol I bought mine yesterday with Girl with the Dragon Tattoo trilogy. Loved the movie series and hated the fact that they made another version of it for people who cant read.

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lol I bought mine yesterday with Girl with the Dragon Tattoo trilogy. Loved the movie series and hated the fact that they made another version of it for people who cant read.
I enjoyed the American version of the movie as well, but I do think the original version is better. I still prefer the books of course. It's unfortunate how young the author was when he died (only 50 years old). He was almost done with a fourth novel, but I guess it'll go unfinished as well.

Anyway, my girlfriend and I watched Dirty Dancing today, since neither of us had seen it before. It wasn't bad
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