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Sure-Oz
12-08-2008, 04:10 PM
:Raises hand:

I will be getting it for Blu-Ray, stoked...

jiveturkey
12-08-2008, 04:12 PM
I preordered on Amazon and it shipped this afternoon.

Also stoked.

Fried Meat Ball!
12-08-2008, 04:13 PM
Definitely on Blu-Ray.

Buehler445
12-08-2008, 04:29 PM
Fat man doesn't have blu-ray. But the DVD is MINE!

OnTheWarpath58
12-08-2008, 04:39 PM
Waiting until I get a Blu-Ray player. No need to buy it twice.

Buck
12-08-2008, 04:47 PM
I would, except its releasing on the same day as Season 4 of Lost....and I have my priorities straight.

Pestilence
12-08-2008, 04:48 PM
It's going to be the first Blu-Ray DVD that I'm going to buy.

Deberg_1990
12-08-2008, 04:51 PM
Yep. Ill snag it on Blue Ray tomorrow.

From what ive read, On the Blue ray disc, it switches aspect ratios back and forth to accomodate the IMAX format just like in theaters.

of course, the effect shouldnt be as dramatic as it was in the theater.

Short Leash Hootie
12-08-2008, 04:54 PM
I've had a DVDrip on my computer for about three months now...

Buck
12-08-2008, 05:20 PM
Fuck it, I'll probably buy both The Dark Knight and Lost Season 4 Blu-Rays tomorrow....

I'm a sucka for Blu-Rays

Mr. Plow
12-08-2008, 05:21 PM
How much are Blu Ray DVD's going for?

Buck
12-08-2008, 05:27 PM
How much are Blu Ray DVD's going for?

Probably $25 for the first week, $29 after....They are too damn expensive if you ask me.

I've probably spent about $2000 on Blu-Rays since March.

KcMizzou
12-08-2008, 05:38 PM
I've had a DVDrip on my computer for about three months now...I saw it at the Theather... saw it on torrent... and will buy the DVD. Maybe not tomorrow, but I'll buy it.

Sure-Oz
12-08-2008, 05:47 PM
Probably $25 for the first week, $29 after....They are too damn expensive if you ask me.

I've probably spent about $2000 on Blu-Rays since March.

Don't be a ****ing moron and spend tons on dvds....i was single once and have over 600 movies, so ive spent over 10k...
that was in my bad spending habits days and no major bills.:doh!: Even though im fine now and have been i could use a vacay now. Now i buy only the dvds i really really want to own, and use netflix to get my movie fix.

Pestilence
12-08-2008, 05:56 PM
Don't be a ****ing moron and spend tons on dvds....i was single once and have over 600 movies, so ive spent over 10k...
that was in my bad spending habits days and no major bills.:doh!: Even though im fine now and have been i could use a vacay now. Now i buy only the dvds i really really want to own, and use netflix to get my movie fix.

Same here. I used to go out and if I thought the movie looked interesting...I would buy it. Now I only buy movies that I know I like...and that I know I'll want to see again. I have a Netflix subscription and get my movies through there now.

Buck
12-08-2008, 06:00 PM
Don't be a ****ing moron and spend tons on dvds....i was single once and have over 600 movies, so ive spent over 10k...
that was in my bad spending habits days and no major bills.:doh!: Even though im fine now and have been i could use a vacay now. Now i buy only the dvds i really really want to own, and use netflix to get my movie fix.

Yeah, I haven't bought a single blu-ray since August...

I just spent a lot between March - August.

I got other shit to pay for now, so I don't buy them anymore....

Sure-Oz
12-08-2008, 06:00 PM
Same here. I used to go out and if I thought the movie looked interesting...I would buy it. Now I only buy movies that I know I like...and that I know I'll want to see again. I have a Netflix subscription and get my movies through there now.

I wish netflix was around then, cause there are alot of movies ive had to try to sell to friends and whatever. There are probably over 100 movies i own that i know i wont watch again.:shake:

Sure-Oz
12-08-2008, 06:02 PM
Yeah, I haven't bought a single blu-ray since August...

I just spent a lot between March - August.

I got other shit to pay for now, so I don't buy them anymore....

Good man, everyone LOVES my dvd collection and thinks its great, but if it were up to me i'd have probably 100 or so dvds total. I have about 20 blurays, but they are all movies i have to have and know id watch over and over. Netflix definetly has helped esp on movies i think are decent. Gf and I used to rent alot too every other weekend, this saves so much.

Fried Meat Ball!
12-08-2008, 07:14 PM
Don't be a ****ing moron and spend tons on dvds....i was single once and have over 600 movies, so ive spent over 10k...
that was in my bad spending habits days and no major bills.:doh!: Even though im fine now and have been i could use a vacay now. Now i buy only the dvds i really really want to own, and use netflix to get my movie fix.

I have almost 1300 now. I'm gonna go cry in the corner.

Deberg_1990
12-08-2008, 07:25 PM
I wish netflix was around then, cause there are alot of movies ive had to try to sell to friends and whatever. There are probably over 100 movies i own that i know i wont watch again.:shake:


I think alot of people went through that stage.

I bought a ton of DVD movies between 1999 (First year i bought a DVD player) and 2004 or so.


Then i realized i was only watching these flicks like once or twice and it was pointless.

Netlfix and even now Blockbuster online rule!

Sure-Oz
12-08-2008, 07:36 PM
I have almost 1300 now. I'm gonna go cry in the corner.

Good god,that's insane...

I thought i was bad hehe

KcMizzou
12-08-2008, 07:41 PM
Sometimes I can't resist the $5 bins. You can find some really good older movies there. Two that come to mind were Dances with Wolves, and The Princess Bride.

At 5 bucks each, I can't pass 'em up. I've been known to buy 4 or 5 at a time. (When there's anything worth buying.)

Sure-Oz
12-08-2008, 07:42 PM
Sometimes I can't resist the $5 bins. You can find some really good older movies there. Two that come to mind were Dances with wolves, and The Princess Bride.

At 5 bucks each, I can't pass 'em up. I've been known to buy 4 or 5 at a time. (When there's anything worth buying.)

Those are sweet, but when you actually pass those bins later and notice a ton of movies you own and bought at $13-17 a piece is in there, it pisses you off:doh!:

Molitoth
12-08-2008, 07:42 PM
I've had a DVD rip downloaded for a couple weeks now. I can't afford blu-rays.

OnTheWarpath58
12-08-2008, 07:45 PM
Sometimes I can't resist the $5 bins. You can find some really good older movies there. Two that come to mind were Dances with Wolves, and The Princess Bride.

At 5 bucks each, I can't pass 'em up. I've been known to buy 4 or 5 at a time. (When there's anything worth buying.)

That's how I am when Blockbuster has their 4/$20 deal - which at my location, is almost always.

Plus, they are all relatively new movies.

KcMizzou
12-08-2008, 08:08 PM
That's how I am when Blockbuster has their 4/$20 deal - which at my location, is almost always.

Plus, they are all relatively new movies.I like those too. Doesn't bother me a bit that they're "previously viewed".

luv
12-08-2008, 08:16 PM
Sometimes I can't resist the $5 bins. You can find some really good older movies there. Two that come to mind were Dances with Wolves, and The Princess Bride.

At 5 bucks each, I can't pass 'em up. I've been known to buy 4 or 5 at a time. (When there's anything worth buying.)

There are times when I avoid the the $5 bin when going to Walmart. I found some really good ones there myself. Clue, Joe's Apartment, and the Princess Bride like you did.

Demonpenz
12-08-2008, 08:25 PM
I got add and really can't sit through a whole movie, that said dark knight is probably my favorite movie of all time right now. It's action, it's scary, it's good, and it is really really fun. I can reconize other movies might be "BETTER" but I don't have as much fun watching them

KcMizzou
12-08-2008, 08:39 PM
I got add and really can't sit through a whole movie, that said dark knight is probably my favorite movie of all time right now. It's action, it's scary, it's good, and it is really really fun. I can reconize other movies might be "BETTER" but I don't have as much fun watching themIt's an all-around badass movie. Lived up to the hype, in my mind.

Demonpenz
12-08-2008, 08:40 PM
no crap. Did you see my other post that you probably did see me at arrowhead? I Had a kc sweatshirt on and a pop tarts beanie

KcMizzou
12-08-2008, 08:48 PM
no crap. Did you see my other post that you probably did see me at arrowhead? I Had a kc sweatshirt on and a pop tarts beanieYeah, I'm 90% sure it was you. I had a few beers in me at the time, but I was only about 65% sure then. Wish I had asked.

The 45 minute wait at the pisser was the main thing on my mind. Where you around when everyone cheered the girl who was doing the pee-pee dance, when it was finally her turn?

Frazod
12-08-2008, 08:53 PM
I'll probably pick it up after Christmas with one of the Blockbuster gift cards I'll inevitably get as a gift.

I liked it, but honestly, I thought Batman Begins was better. And I like Nicholson better as the Joker.

Sue me.

Miles
12-08-2008, 10:39 PM
I will probably pick up the Blu-Ray tomorrow.

Pablo
12-08-2008, 10:44 PM
I'll probably pick it up after Christmas with one of the Blockbuster gift cards I'll inevitably get as a gift.

I liked it, but honestly, I thought Batman Begins was better. And I like Nicholson better as the Joker.

Sue me.You aren't allowed to have opinions anymore.

Fruit Ninja
12-08-2008, 11:07 PM
My sister said she's goign to buy it for me on Blu Ray for xmas. No point on buying it tomorrow. She told me not to buy it. lol

Frazod
12-08-2008, 11:08 PM
You aren't allowed to have opinions anymore.

Meh. It was good (okay, it was very good) but it wasn't ALL THAT. For me, it did not live up to the hype.

And I never bought into the dead-before-his-time epic national mancrush over Heath Ledger. Sure he did a good job. But so did lots of other people who didn't abuse themselves to death.

Deberg_1990
12-08-2008, 11:11 PM
And I like Nicholson better as the Joker.

Sue me.

have you watched that movie lately? I caught some of it the other night on HDNet.

Good lord, its horribly cheesy and hokey now. I guess it kind of always was....

Frazod
12-08-2008, 11:18 PM
have you watched that movie lately? I caught some of it the other night on HDNet.

Good lord, its horribly cheesy and hokey now. I guess it kind of always was....

It's still a very good movie; just dated. Obviously it can't hang with the CG effects. And Bale blows Keaton away. But Nicholson was a great Joker. And 20 years ago, people gushed over his performance; he just had the good sense not to die immediately after shooting wrapped.

And Burton's Batmobile (from his first movie) is still far and away the best.

Fruit Ninja
12-08-2008, 11:57 PM
They are 2 different kinds of Batman movies though. I dont think the earlier ones were as dark as the Dark Night. Ledger imo was better though. I dont think anyone could have played that role as good as he did. It was just awesome.

Deberg_1990
12-09-2008, 05:22 AM
It's still a very good movie; just dated. Obviously it can't hang with the CG effects. And Bale blows Keaton away. But Nicholson was a great Joker. And 20 years ago, people gushed over his performance; he just had the good sense not to die immediately after shooting wrapped.

And Burton's Batmobile (from his first movie) is still far and away the best.


I think out of all those Burton/Schumacher Batman flicks my fave one was the 2nd: Batman Returns.


The one with Penguin and Catwoman. It had this really dark/creepy vibe and the Batman/Catwomen sexual undercurrent.

Stryker
12-09-2008, 07:26 AM
It will be at my house today via Netflix. I will eventually buy it on Blu-Ray but that will be when the whole Blu-Ray pricing drops and equals out. At $25 a pop it is hard to get excited about right now. I have around 800 movies that are mostly burned copies with fancy covers. Each summer I do a spring cleaning and thin it down to around 500. My "store bought" movies are in the neighborhood of around 125. The good thing about Blu-ray is that once I get on that bandwagon I will be more selective on what movies I want to "own."

Demonpenz
12-09-2008, 07:42 AM
Yeah, I'm 90% sure it was you. I had a few beers in me at the time, but I was only about 65% sure then. Wish I had asked.

The 45 minute wait at the pisser was the main thing on my mind. Where you around when everyone cheered the girl who was doing the pee-pee dance, when it was finally her turn?

I dunno I just left and peed somewhere else. I about had a bladder injury haha

Sure-Oz
12-09-2008, 07:59 AM
It will be at my house today via Netflix. I will eventually buy it on Blu-Ray but that will be when the whole Blu-Ray pricing drops and equals out. At $25 a pop it is hard to get excited about right now. I have around 800 movies that are mostly burned copies with fancy covers. Each summer I do a spring cleaning and thin it down to around 500. My "store bought" movies are in the neighborhood of around 125. The good thing about Blu-ray is that once I get on that bandwagon I will be more selective on what movies I want to "own."

How so? Usually new releases on netflix end up on a "long wait" status i dont think ive gotten a brand new release on its release date in quite sometime. I usually have to wait a week or more.

RockChalk
12-09-2008, 08:18 AM
I will be picking it up. I think BestBuy has it for $23.99

Side question - anyone know if they are coming out with a director's cut for this or if it will have any extra scenes (not deleted scenes). I know there was quite a bit of talk going around during it's theatrical release that Nolan had to cut out around 30 minutes of the movie to shorten it a bit. Anyone know anything about this?

Sure-Oz
12-09-2008, 08:23 AM
I will be picking it up. I think BestBuy has it for $23.99

Side question - anyone know if they are coming out with a director's cut for this or if it will have any extra scenes (not deleted scenes). I know there was quite a bit of talk going around during it's theatrical release that Nolan had to cut out around 30 minutes of the movie to shorten it a bit. Anyone know anything about this?

From "Ain't It Cool News"... regarding TDK

"There is no 3 hour cut anywhere - no deleted scenes. He, John Nolan & David Goyer would cut scenes before they ever made it to the screen in what Nolan calls an "aggressive editorial approach." Their criteria was that every scene needs three reasons to be in the film or it's out. This made for a difficult time in the editing suite as every single scene was essential and could not be removed."

and perhaps more importantly...

"If he made a third film, it would be for no reason but the continuation of story. He is currently looking into where the story would go and if it needs to go there. He maintained that it's very hard to make a movie of this scale (and specified he wasn't asking for our sympathy, drawing a laugh from the crowd) - it's two hard years and you gotta love it. One of his biggest fears is getting halfway through making a film and realizing it's unnecessary and he doesn't want to make it anymore. If there is a third story that needs to be told, there will be a third film, but nothing is set in stone or a given."


I heard Nolan was really organized and batman begins hardly had any extra scenes or cut ones, would not suprise me if this is true. I did hear of those rumors as well, we'll see. I just know TDK will be re-released Jan. 23rd in theaters for a 2nd round before awards shows.

Red Brooklyn
12-09-2008, 08:49 AM
I'm definately getting the DVD today, along with LOST Season 4.

I have a blu-ray player (PS3) but I don't have an HD TV so it seems a little pointless to spend $ on the-ray at this point. Once I get a new TV you can bet your bottom dollar that TDK will be the first movie I purchase on blu-ray - screw it! I'll buy both. I'll buy one copy of each for every room in my house, my mom's house and my dad's house. We only have three tv's between us, but I'll feel more comforted knowing that there's a copy in every room. : )

Deberg_1990
12-09-2008, 08:52 AM
Im really looking forward to more Directors cuts of Lord of the Rings.

Because who can resist 3 or 4 more hours of Hobbits walking accross the New Zealand landscape. :)

Stryker
12-09-2008, 09:31 AM
How so? Usually new releases on netflix end up on a "long wait" status i dont think ive gotten a brand new release on its release date in quite sometime. I usually have to wait a week or more.

You are correct BUT, when I mail out my Netflix on a Friday, they mail out new releases on a Monday so you get them on Tuesday. This does NOT happen all the time but it does happen most of the time.

Stryker
12-09-2008, 09:36 AM
How so? Usually new releases on netflix end up on a "long wait" status i dont think ive gotten a brand new release on its release date in quite sometime. I usually have to wait a week or more.

I hate the "long wait" BS! As you can see, I am still waiting on The Incredible Hulk and Hell Boy II. Netflix does surprise though - they will send them from San Jose or Chicago just to meet your request.

Wife just called and in the mail today - Dark Knight! Sweet!

Pestilence
12-09-2008, 12:18 PM
Maybe someone can help me out with this considering I've gone retarded for some reason.

The Blu-Ray copy of the DVD comes with a digital copy on it. If my computer doesn't have a Blu-Ray player....am I still going to be able to put that copy on my hard drive?

Deberg_1990
12-09-2008, 01:38 PM
Maybe someone can help me out with this considering I've gone retarded for some reason.

The Blu-Ray copy of the DVD comes with a digital copy on it. If my computer doesn't have a Blu-Ray player....am I still going to be able to put that copy on my hard drive?

Yes. I have the Blue Ray of Speed Racer and was able to put the digital copy of it on my computer and it worked fine.

Buck
12-09-2008, 01:45 PM
The Digital Copy is a DVD

Sure-Oz
12-09-2008, 01:52 PM
I hate the "long wait" BS! As you can see, I am still waiting on The Incredible Hulk and Hell Boy II. Netflix does surprise though - they will send them from San Jose or Chicago just to meet your request.

Wife just called and in the mail today - Dark Knight! Sweet!

I hear that and that is a good hint...ive never mailed out on fridays really, usually on thursday so i get a movie saturday since the next day it recieves them and then sends them out. I was pleasantly suprised this morning though, i will get Tropic Thunder on bluray and Horton hears a Who on bluray tomorrow, both were "long wait" status.

So if i send my movie(s) back on a friday i have a much better chance of getting the new ones even though they release tuesday? cause if i send something on a friday it will show it recieved saturday morning and prepping the next movies to be sent to me. Would that include the newest releases likely too then?

Pestilence
12-09-2008, 01:52 PM
The Digital Copy is a DVD

Just figured that out by purchasing the Blu-Ray of The Dark Knight. Target has a special Batman case w/Blu-Ray and digital copy for $30.

Stryker
12-09-2008, 02:08 PM
I hear that and that is a good hint...ive never mailed out on fridays really, usually on thursday so i get a movie saturday since the next day it recieves them and then sends them out. I was pleasantly suprised this morning though, i will get Tropic Thunder on bluray and Horton hears a Who on bluray tomorrow, both were "long wait" status.

So if i send my movie(s) back on a friday i have a much better chance of getting the new ones even though they release tuesday? cause if i send something on a friday it will show it recieved saturday morning and prepping the next movies to be sent to me. Would that include the newest releases likely too then?


You are correct. I burn the movies I get on Tuesday and mail out on Wednesday. Friday I get off @ 11:00 so around noon I burn those (which came in that a.m.)and run around the corner to the post office to drop them off - next week starts the cycle again. The family will watch those 4 movies that weekend.

I also frequent reel.com to get a heads up on new releases coming out up to 6 months out. I then add those to my que (usually up to 1 1/2 months out) and keep them sequentially in order by release date. If I do not get that new release that Tuesday, then it trickles down to what is available.

Pestilence
12-09-2008, 02:45 PM
You are correct. I burn the movies I get on Tuesday and mail out on Wednesday. Friday I get off @ 11:00 so around noon I burn those (which came in that a.m.)and run around the corner to the post office to drop them off - next week starts the cycle again. The family will watch those 4 movies that weekend.

I also frequent reel.com to get a heads up on new releases coming out up to 6 months out. I then add those to my que (usually up to 1 1/2 months out) and keep them sequentially in order by release date. If I do not get that new release that Tuesday, then it trickles down to what is available.

What do you use to burn them?

Sure-Oz
12-09-2008, 02:48 PM
You are correct. I burn the movies I get on Tuesday and mail out on Wednesday. Friday I get off @ 11:00 so around noon I burn those (which came in that a.m.)and run around the corner to the post office to drop them off - next week starts the cycle again. The family will watch those 4 movies that weekend.

I also frequent reel.com to get a heads up on new releases coming out up to 6 months out. I then add those to my que (usually up to 1 1/2 months out) and keep them sequentially in order by release date. If I do not get that new release that Tuesday, then it trickles down to what is available.

Thanks for the info man, much appreciated, i'll have to change up what I do, esp for a new release i want and see if it works. It's been a crapshoot thus far, it seems i am sending out the movie MONDAY and getting all the new ones not sent to me tuesday and just the things that trickle down for the most part.

Swanman
12-09-2008, 03:57 PM
What do you use to burn them?

I use DVDShrink and like it quite a bit. The nice part about the program is you can re-allocate data from things like special features and foreign language audio to the main feature to improve the quality a little bit.

Pestilence
12-09-2008, 04:07 PM
I use DVDShrink and like it quite a bit. The nice part about the program is you can re-allocate data from things like special features and foreign language audio to the main feature to improve the quality a little bit.

Is it a free download?

bango
12-09-2008, 04:49 PM
I think out of all those Burton/Schumacher Batman flicks my fave one was the 2nd: Batman Returns.


The one with Penguin and Catwoman. It had this really dark/creepy vibe and the Batman/Catwomen sexual undercurrent.

I have to agree that the second in the earlier series was the best one of that line. Then I would have to go with the first one, and the only reson the third was even worth watching was because of Jim Carrey. The first ones that came out in the late Eighties and on through the Nineties were more like Comics. They were not very realistic. The last two that started the series back up a few years ago are more like Graphic Novels and are more realistic. I know that they did take ideas for TDK from some of the Graphic Novels like the Long Halloween and I think that it helped them to make a much better movie. I am not sure where or if they used some ideas like that for Begins or not. A dude that I work with thinks that Clooney was the best at playing Wayne because it was not too far of a reach for him to act like a wealthy brat.

Swanman
12-09-2008, 07:57 PM
Is it a free download?

I think so, unless I got a "free" download of a pay software. It's been a little while since I installed it.

Buck
12-09-2008, 08:04 PM
Just Picked it up, I'll watch it by this weekend.

I wonder how the IMAX Aspect Ratio is going to work.

KCChiefsMan
12-10-2008, 02:31 AM
I wasn't gonna buy it because I feel guilty buying myself stuff during this time of the year, but I was shopping at Dillons and there it was....The Dark Knight on DVD.

I felt like it was looking at me and I knew it was going to be mine. Justified purchase since it came with free popcorn and 2 liter of Big K cola

Stryker
12-10-2008, 06:45 AM
Thanks for the info man, much appreciated, i'll have to change up what I do, esp for a new release i want and see if it works. It's been a crapshoot thus far, it seems i am sending out the movie MONDAY and getting all the new ones not sent to me tuesday and just the things that trickle down for the most part.

Not a problem.

Deberg_1990
12-10-2008, 08:08 AM
I wonder how the IMAX Aspect Ratio is going to work.

Watched some of it last night on Blue Ray because i was curious.

It basically just goes to fullscreen mode during the IMAX shot sequences. Then back to a wider screen during the other parts.

IMAX film is more of a square format than a conventional movie format.


The standard DVD does not convert the picture like on Blue Ray. The whole movie stays in widescreen.

Buck
12-10-2008, 09:40 AM
Watched some of it last night on Blue Ray because i was curious.

It basically just goes to fullscreen mode during the IMAX shot sequences. Then back to a wider screen during the other parts.

IMAX film is more of a square format than a conventional movie format.


The standard DVD does not convert the picture like on Blue Ray. The whole movie stays in widescreen.

Thats sort of weird.

I saw the movie at the IMAX theater and the screen was shaped like a D that was rotated 90 degrees counter clock wise.

Deberg_1990
12-10-2008, 09:58 AM
Thats sort of weird.

I saw the movie at the IMAX theater and the screen was shaped like a D that was rotated 90 degrees counter clock wise.

Thats strange. Every IMAX theater ive been in has never been that shape.

The IMAX screen is very tall and might even be curved some, but its essentially square shaped.

Sure-Oz
12-10-2008, 10:36 AM
Thats strange. Every IMAX theater ive been in has never been that shape.

The IMAX screen is very tall and might even be curved some, but its essentially square shaped.

Same here...

Guru
12-24-2008, 10:52 PM
The BD Live features regarding all the streaming content really suck. Constant buffering for such a small window. I can watch netflix at will but the streaming content of this BD Live can't.

Frazod
12-25-2008, 11:07 AM
Watched some of it last night on Blue Ray because i was curious.

It basically just goes to fullscreen mode during the IMAX shot sequences. Then back to a wider screen during the other parts.

IMAX film is more of a square format than a conventional movie format.


The standard DVD does not convert the picture like on Blue Ray. The whole movie stays in widescreen.

I was wondering why the aspect changed occasionally.

Lzen
12-25-2008, 03:20 PM
My son got The Dark Knight for Christmas. We watched it last night. Even though I saw it over the summer at the theaters, I still loved seeing it again. Fantastic flick.

Guru
12-25-2008, 03:25 PM
My son got The Dark Knight for Christmas. We watched it last night. Even though I saw it over the summer at the theaters, I still loved seeing it again. Fantastic flick.How did the streaming video on BD Live work for you on that disk?

Lzen
12-26-2008, 02:45 PM
Ummmm.....what is BD Live?

I don't have Blue Ray if that's what you mean.

Fruit Ninja
12-27-2008, 12:21 AM
Got the BR version for xmas, and put the ps3 on the 65 inch and my god did the picture look beatiful. My family just sat there and were in awe at how clear the damn thing was.

Guru
12-27-2008, 12:27 AM
Ummmm.....what is BD Live?

I don't have Blue Ray if that's what you mean.Ahh, I just figured you did. heh

sorry.

Anyone else tried the BD Live functions of this disk?

Deberg_1990
12-27-2008, 09:17 AM
I was wondering why the aspect changed occasionally.

The aspect ration change has a more dramatic effect the larger your screen is obviously.


If you watched it in IMAX in theaters is was quite effective.