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I also take back any bad thing I ever said about "Gravity". The plot holes and other silliness seem to disappear once it is on a badass projector. Holy cow.

The Purge, Anarchy though... yeah it's still silly.

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I also take back any bad thing I ever said about "Gravity". The plot holes and other silliness seem to disappear once it is on a badass projector. Holy cow.

The Purge, Anarchy though... yeah it's still silly.

 

can't wait to watch it.  been saving it until i got my projector going.  

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Lucy. Movie was ok,but lots of ultra low bass for no reason. Very annoying. Other than that sound was good dialogue very clear and easy to understand

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I just saw Hercules. Here in Spain and some countries in Europe, Warner paramount and we offer a very poor Dolby Digital, no dynamics, no DTS-HD nor Dolby Atmos. treat us badly. is the best distributor in Spain Sony.

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Sancho,

 

12 O'clock High....

 

Reminds me of my father. He passed away 10 years ago...It was a movie that we always shared the BIG bowl of popcorn. And of course Pepsi

 

It was one of his favorites

 

I'll add it to my list...    Sancho .....see if you can get a copy of A Bridge Too Far...Another good one

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Have A Bridge Too Far on Blu & DVD; had it in the past on VHS & other DVD.

Pre-ordered Fury, for pick-up Tuesday, or later:

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Watched Predator last night. Love those crazy cheesy 80 special effects where explosions make people fly through the air and trained soldiers shoot machine guns like gangsters. Still, such a fun movie.

Liked Lucy, although the bass was a little weird. Getting Fury and The Judge tomorrow.

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The Equalizer w/Denzel Washington!  Really enjoyed it some serious whoopings delivered.  Denzel so calm and collective yet ruthless. :-)  Thumbs up!

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The Equalizer ...was good very intense...saw it on a flight to Hong Kong just after the new year...Good movie ...long flight

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I just watched Horns it's different but had funny parts. I did see a pai r b of klipsch rs52's or 62s in the background for a 4 minute scene. They took the grills off also so they looked pretty nice. Odd that they were setup at as stereo, I didn't see any other klipsch speakers.

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Watched Fury the other night. Really liked it, and also thought Shia LaBeouf was also very good in it.

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Just watched Fury; watching special features now...

 

I don't know the last time I actually watched the special features of a movie. Are they any good for Fury?

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Keep in mind I'm an old Tanker: M60, M60A1, M60A3, M1 & M1A1...

So far, I like the special features better than the movie.

I got the Best Buy Exclusive, which has a Bonus Blu ray, with over on hour of Extra Special Features...

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I got the Best Buy Exclusive, which has a Bonus Blu ray, with over on hour of Extra Special Features...

Unless I'm missing something, all blu rays have this. I just picked it up at Wal-Mart and the cover is advertising the same thing.

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Like the movie & you are missing the extra extra on the 2nd Blu ray...

"The Tanks of Fury" 46:10 minutes featuring more tank info a few more interviews with vets

"No Guts, No Glory" about 28 minutes, background uniforms, set, et Cetera, with cast & crew...

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Like the movie & you are missing the extra extra on the 2nd Blu ray...

"The Tanks of Fury" 46:10 minutes featuring more tank info a few more interviews with vets

"No Guts, No Glory" about 28 minutes, background uniforms, set, et Cetera, with cast & crew...

This one just says over 50 minutes of deleted and extended scenes, directors combat journal, "armored warriors", taming the beasts. I guess it's not the same thing.

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