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Old 02-20-04, 09:06 AM
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2 R3 DTS titles

anyone purchase
the Korean R3 of

The Crow

Silence of the Lambs?
Old 02-20-04, 09:52 AM
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I have Silence of the Lambs.

Same extras except I think it's missing the bloopers.
Old 02-20-04, 10:31 AM
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is this the one you got?

it say it's 16 x 9 letterbox

so it's not anamorphic?

http://koreandvds.com/dvddetail.html?id=12024
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16x9 IS anamorphic. And yes it is.
Old 02-20-04, 11:01 AM
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hmmm,
but letterbox usually means the image is cropped and shows up as a squeezed aspect ration on widescreen HDTV
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Syphon, are you referring to how "letterbox" has been ascribed a new meaning as "non-anamorphic widescreen"? Well, I understand if that's what you meant. But if you see "16x9", it's anamorphic.

Doesn't the r1 of The Crow have dts anyway?
Old 02-21-04, 10:47 PM
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R1 Crow does have DTS 2-disc
Old 02-22-04, 11:01 AM
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I have the R3 Crow. I can't believe how much stuff it has on it, plus a DTS track. I haven't listened to it yet. If you want me to I can watch it this week and tell you how it is.

The silliest thing I ever saw on a DVD box was about the video. It said '16x9 full frame'. I started laughing. My friend didn't know what was so funny. Anyway, I didn't buy the movie so I don't know what the video was like.
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Does it have the lost Proyas commentary? DVDCompare doesn't mention the R3.
Old 02-26-04, 10:31 AM
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Nope, producer and writer only.

Didn't know Proyas did a commentary for this flick. He's never done any track for any of his movies, even Garage Days, so I'm surprised to hear about this.

Argh, I'm so angry right now. I just checked the DVD for the first time. There aren't any extras. Just the commentary. The slipcover has a whole list of stuff, but none of it is on the DVD. You have no idea how pissed off I am, and this coming at the end of a week that could've easily gone so much better...

So, to anybody who wants to buy the R3 Crow, you now know the specs.

Anyway, to answer your question, no.

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