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post #311 of 4225 Old 05-17-13, 10:17 PM
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Re: What movie did you watch last night?

Watched MAMA...nicely done horror/paranormal flix. And I'm not a big horror fan. They are usually cheasy or decent. I thought this one was decent.

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About to watch Safe Haven with my wife. Lots of LFE with this film lol!
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Watched 'Paranorman' on blu-ray, I really enjoyed the movie in and of itself but the picture quality of this blu-ray is outstanding and sometimes astounding. Crystal clear, detailed and simply beautiful P.Q. I felt that the sound quality lacked a little in dynamics, there were a few moments of some decent LFE and crisp highs but otherwise, the sound was good, not great. Overall a very cool movie.
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Watched Texas Chainsaw. The movie had potential and towards the end well....lets say it got sawed up!
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Re: What movie did you watch last night?

Grandson over again so we watched Monsters Inc. in 3D. This is a great 3D movie. Their use of 3D and the brightness of the overall movie. I find with some 3D movies, the cut in lumens makes it over all too dark.

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Re: What movie did you watch last night?

Last night we went on a DVR clearing TV watching binge and watched the last episode of Castle, Vegas, and 5 episodes of Golden Boy.
Can't usually sign my wife up for a marathon like that but with these shows she can knit and watch at the same time.
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Grandson over again so we watched Monsters Inc. in 3D. This is a great 3D movie. Their use of 3D and the brightness of the overall movie. I find with some 3D movies, the cut in lumens makes it over all too dark.
My biggest gripe with 3D and some titles I've nodded off due to the darkness. When done right though it can really immerse you into the movie.
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Just picked up Django, Lincoln and Life of Pi all on bluray for 10.95 each. We are watching Django first.
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Just picked up Django, Lincoln and Life of Pi all on bluray for 10.95 each. We are watching Django first.
All three excellent choices. I would watch in the order that you listed.
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