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Old 12-12-07, 06:42 PM
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Old 12-12-07, 06:50 PM
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Originally Posted by GatorDeb
Note it's HD DVD, not HD-DVD. HD DVD = both formats
not to confuse things too much, but actually HD DVD (without the hyphen) is the correct way to refer to the specific Toshiba-backed format (see thelookandsoundofperfect.com for confirmation). the usual term for Blu-ray and HD DVD combined is high definition media (HDM).

anyway, my most desired title is: Vertigo.
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Old 12-12-07, 06:58 PM
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Originally Posted by kefrank
not to confuse things too much, but actually HD DVD (without the hyphen) is the correct way to refer to the specific Toshiba-backed format (see thelookandsoundofperfect.com for confirmation). the usual term for Blu-ray and HD DVD combined is high definition media (HDM).

anyway, my most desired title is: Vertigo.
Consider me schooled, thanks

And damn, HP5 looks good. I can see myself watching this movie over and over again. I love HDM in general.
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Old 12-12-07, 07:53 PM
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I think it has been a year or so since this topic last came up so I'll list my wants again:
Pride and Prejudice (1995) (A&E)
Amélie (Miramax/Disney)
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (Columbia/Sony)
Quigley Down Under (MGM/Fox?)
The Lord of the Rings: Extended Editions (New Line)

I'd be pretty happy with my High Def investment if those came out and were well done. [I also had Serenity on my original want list but that was an initial release on HD DVD, of course.]

I'd also like to see Father Goose (the SD DVD isn't even anamorphic so the PQ is very poor; I'd really like to upgrade), Moulin Rouge (that one ought to look amazing in high def), Shakespeare in Love, Monsters Inc., Mulan, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Gladiator and The Seven Samurai (assuming a good master can be made). I'd also say the Star Wars movies but all the controversy has left me burned out on them; takes some of the fun out of watching them.

It will be a good long time before some of those hit HDM, if they ever do.
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Old 12-12-07, 08:01 PM
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Old 12-12-07, 08:23 PM
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I agree on Gladiator. However, some titles I would like to see in HD are:

Mean Girls & Bring It On
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Old 12-12-07, 09:11 PM
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Gladiator
Titanic
The Lord Of The Rings
Star Wars
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Alien (1979)
The Godfather Trilogy

oh and . . . Showgirls [runs and hides]
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just LOTR.
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Old 12-12-07, 10:00 PM
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HD DVD titles i would like to see,my short list:

Titanic
Gladiator
Back to The Future Trilogy
Jurassic Park Trilogy
Indiana Jones Trilogy
Star Wars Trilogy
Se7en
Contact
True Lies
The Abyss
Termiantor 1 & 2
Predator
Eraser
The Outlaw Josey Whales
Saving Private Ryan
War Of The Worlds
Conan The Barbarian
Aliens
Forrest Gump
Heat
Starship Troopers
Cannonball Run
Jaws
Beverly Hills Cop 1 & 2
Total Recall
Robocop
Halloween
Platoon
James Bond Trilogy
Rocky Trilogy
Cliffhanger
Men In Black
Bad Boys 2
Armageddon
The Rock
Crimson Tide
Con Air
Man On Fire
Pink Panther Trilogy
Dirty Harry Trilogy
Rambo Trilogy
Major League
Blade Trilogy
The Mask
Air Force One
Payback (Theatrical version)
Superman 2 (Theatrical version)
Braveheart
Signs
Unbreakable
Die Hard Trilogy
The Sixth Day
Road House
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Old 12-12-07, 10:01 PM
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LotR
Star Wars
Star Trek movies
Indiana Jones
Braveheart
Titanic
Abyss
Aliens
Gladiator
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
Brotherhood of the Wolf (a decent transfer with Eng subs)
Hero
Dark City
Chronicles of Narnia
X-Men 1 and 2
Final Fantasy Advent Children
The Island (US release would be nice)
Equilibrium (US release would be nice)
X-Files: Fight the Future
Armageddon
War of the Worlds
A.I.
E.T.
Jurassic Park trilogy
Amelie
Sky High (Ryuhei Kitamura film, not the US Kurt Russell pic)
Versus

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Old 12-12-07, 10:11 PM
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LOTR and Dangerous Liaisons (1988). I figure LOTR is inevitable but DL is a complete question mark. The current SD version is barely above VHS quality.
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Old 12-12-07, 10:27 PM
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1. Groundhog Day,
2. The Family Man,
3. Signs,
4. The Great Outdoors,
5. Cube,
7. Planes, Trains, & Automobiles,
8. Jurassic Park,
9. The Village,
11. The Truman Show,
12. One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest,
16. The Sixth Sense,
17. K-PAX,



These lucky movies already made it to HD from my favorite list:
6. V For Vendetta,
10. 28 Days Later,
14. The Guardian,
15. The Game,
18. Shaun of the Dead
19. GOAL!
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Old 12-12-07, 10:38 PM
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Originally Posted by The_Cube
1. Groundhog Day,
2. The Family Man,
3. Signs,
4. The Great Outdoors,
5. Cube,
7. Planes, Trains, & Automobiles,
8. Jurassic Park,
9. The Village,
11. The Truman Show,
12. One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest,
16. The Sixth Sense,
17. K-PAX,
Comedies such as Planes and Groundhog, The Great Outdoors - what 'benefit' would you get from HD on these ?? why not upscale the exisiting DVDs (surprised that you didnt have THE JERK on HD).

The studios with these titles will have a hard day trying to sell to the marketplace HD versions - unless they sold for the same price as their current DVD ones.
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Old 12-12-07, 10:40 PM
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In no particular order:

The Right Stuff
Glory
Lawrence of Arabia
Contact
L A Confidential
Wo hu cang long (Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon)
Wo de fu qin mu qin (The Road Home)
Yi ge dou bu neng shao (Not One Less)
Ying xiong (Hero) (done properly with English subtitles)
Xiao cheng zhi chun (Springtime In A Small Town)
The Abyss
Patton
Cidade de Deus (City of God)
He ni zai yi qi (Together)
Love Actually
Mars Attacks
Pleasantville
Armageddon
Bad Boys
Das Boot
Bride & Prejudice
Bridge on the River Kwai
Buena Vista Social Club
Chocolat
Da hong deng long gao gao gua (Raise The Red Lantern)
Ice Age
Snow Falling On Cedars
Shichinin no samurai (The Seven Samurai)

Well actually everything by Akira Kurosawa and Yimou Zhang would satisfy.
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Old 12-12-07, 11:04 PM
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Mulholland Drive (w/o the pitch issues and a good transfer)
Minority Report
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Battle Royale
Akira
Ninja Scroll (dunno why, just do)
Kill Bill: The Whole Bloody Affair
Beetlejuice
Fight Club
Spirited Away
Shaolin Soccer
Audition
A Tale of Two Sisters
The Ring
I think we've done this thread before but oh well
Spaced (Series)
The Godfather
Star Wars 4/5
Indiana Jones
The Lord of the Rings Trilogy
Dead Alive
Gladiator
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
American Beauty
Sunshine ( on HD DVD )

The Royal Tenenbaums
Rushmore

Comedies such as Planes and Groundhog, The Great Outdoors - what 'benefit' would you get from HD on these ?? why not upscale the exisiting DVDs (surprised that you didnt have THE JERK on HD).

The studios with these titles will have a hard day trying to sell to the marketplace HD versions - unless they sold for the same price as their current DVD ones.
It seems trivial, but after seeing a slew of HD transfers of movies that didn't seem to need it, such as Trading Places, Blazing Saddles, and even Happy Gilmore, it is really, really difficult to go back. Just having them look vastly more modern and current than even the DVDs works wonders.

On a similar topics, some movies that I never would have imagined needing it look so much better that it actually elevates the atmosphere in the movie thanks to more precise lighting and detail in the darker scenes, such is the case with Out of Sight, which is still one of the best catalog titles in terms of video quality.

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Old 12-12-07, 11:29 PM
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Originally Posted by RichC2


It seems trivial, but after seeing a slew of HD transfers of movies that didn't seem to need it, such as Trading Places, Blazing Saddles, and even Happy Gilmore, it is really, really difficult to go back. Just having them look vastly more modern and current than even the DVDs works wonders.

On a similar topics, some movies that I never would have imagined needing it look so much better that it actually elevates the atmosphere in the movie thanks to more precise lighting and detail in the darker scenes, such is the case with Out of Sight, which is still one of the best catalog titles in terms of video quality.
ABSOLUTELY X2
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Old 12-12-07, 11:44 PM
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Off the top of my head:

HD-DVD:
Hitchcock Movies
Star Trek II, III, IV & VI
Braveheart
Ferris Bueller's Day Off
The Godfather I & II
Fletch

Blu-ray:
Unbreakable
Manhunter
The Insider
True Lies
Abre Los Ojos
James Bond Series
Alien
Aliens
The Princess Bride
The Graduate

Neutral:
The Lord of the Rings Trilogy
Austin Powers
L.A. Confidential
Heat
The Player
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The Godfather I/II
Jaws (long shot, I know)
Jurassic Park (ditto)
Back to the Future (see above)
Braveheart
Once Upon a Time in the West
Team America: World Police
Chinatown
Star Trek II/IV/VI
Indiana Jones trilogy
Mulholland Dr. (domestic release)
Collateral
Cape Fear (1991)
The Blues Brothers
They Live
Forrest Gump
Gladiator
Apocalypse Now
Rumble Fish
American Beauty
The Elephant Man (domestic)

Blu-ray
Taxi Driver
Ghostbusters
Alien
Aliens
Predator
Men in Black
Sin City
The Abyss
Fight Club
Pulp Fiction
Re-Animator
Commando
MASH
Rambo: First Blood Part II
Terminator 2 (with all the features dammit!)
The Evil Dead
Romeo + Juliet
Phantasm
Raging Bull
Near Dark
RoboCop (done frickin' right)
The Professional
True Lies
Blue Velvet
Escape from New York
Big Trouble in Little China
Heathers
The Doors


Neutral

Batman (1989)
Batman Returns
True Romance
Heat
Se7en
Boogie Nights
The Lost Boys
JFK
Beetlejuice
Pee-wee's Big Adventure
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
Once Upon a Time in America
Falling Down
The Shawshank Redemption
The Last Boy Scout
The Long Kiss Goodnight
Austin Powers
Last Man Standing
Domino
The Matrix (without buying the sequels)
Big Wednesday
Malcolm X
Heat

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Old 12-13-07, 01:50 AM
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Originally Posted by tonyjg
Comedies such as Planes and Groundhog, The Great Outdoors - what 'benefit' would you get from HD on these ?? why not upscale the exisiting DVDs (surprised that you didnt have THE JERK on HD).

The studios with these titles will have a hard day trying to sell to the marketplace HD versions - unless they sold for the same price as their current DVD ones.
I thought the topic of this thread was about what movies I want to see come out in HD. So I listed the movies I want to see come out in HD. Does it really matter what genre of movie it is? I want all my favorite movies in HD regardless of what genre it is. I would think that better picture and sound quality would "benefit" all types of movies, not just movies that tonyjg think would sell well on the marketplace.

I just bought The Jerk on HD. I just didn't mention it in my post because it is not one of my 19 favorite movies of all time.
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Old 12-13-07, 04:16 AM
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Black Narcissus and The Red Shoes. Also Meet Me in St. Louis and every other technicolor film. Why the hell not?
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Old 12-13-07, 07:54 AM
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Pushing Daises. I've decided I will not buy an SD release.
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so everyone's that's listing the Lord of the Rings Trilogy - theatrical cut or extended - personally I'd prefer the latter.

My List of requests

- Braveheart (HD-DVD)
- Moulin Rouge! (BluRay)
- Pasolini's Trilogy of Life films: The Decameron/Canterbury Tales/Arabian Nights (BluRay)
- The Last Emperor (in OAR)
- Prospero's Books
- West Side Story (BluRay)
- My Fair Lady (BluRay)
- Indiana Jones Trilogy (HD-DVD)
- Kenneth Branagh's Hamlet (HD-DVD)
- Hero (HD-DVD)
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