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Old 01-16-05, 03:28 AM
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Originally Posted by Spanky BananaPants
Nah, they'll just end up stretching it to fit anyway. My mom's a perfect example. 65" Mitsu 16:9 and she still buys full frame, even though I've tried to help her see the light. Oh well.
Oh geez. That's just...yeah. It just makes me feel better that my mother watches widescreen. Although I'm not sure whether it's because she does like it better, or whether she'd just rather not have me rant on about the wrongness of P&S.
Old 01-16-05, 09:15 AM
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Originally Posted by Cameron
WS childs play exist...the master might be gone, but they could do this from a existing print...

is it really "complete" if your missing half the picture from the first movie?
Yea, I consider it complete, he has all 4 movies and there is only 1 version for part 1 so what can he do about it? Create it out of his ass ?
Old 01-16-05, 09:22 AM
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Originally Posted by Damien666Omen
Yea, I consider it complete, he has all 4 movies and there is only 1 version for part 1 so what can he do about it? Create it out of his ass ?
Actually, a WS version of Child's Play 1 does exist. It's Australian (R4) and non-anamorphic, but it's still a WS transfer. I recently got my wife The Chucky Box, and ordered this one to complete the series (at least until Seed comes out). It's still on order from their distributer, but they said they should get it in by the end of the week.
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I only buy full framed DVDs if the film is OAR.
Also, more people have 4:3 televisions than 16:9, which is why most of the non film buffs buy FS.

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Old 01-16-05, 01:07 PM
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Originally Posted by Cameron
is it really "complete" if your missing half the picture from the first movie?
So the OAR for the film was 2.66:1?

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