More from IMAX Melbourne of their 1570 projector running, this time test screening The Dark Knight. I know it's not Dunkirk related, but it's part of the lead up to the release of Dunkirk and is still interesting nonetheless
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- June 14th, 2017, 10:02 pm
- Forum: Dunkirk
- Topic: Dunkirk General Information/Discussion
- Replies: 8052
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I think it's safe to say that nobody here has seen the film yet, so it's not like there's grounds to have a meaningful discussion about it just yet. At this point, the majority of what is discussed here is just pure speculation based on what we do know.
Thanks, I thought that'd be the case (as with Nolan and film)AhmadAli95 wrote:He/they wanted people to experience the music for the first time in theaters with the movie. Hans specifically wanted people to listen to it played on big speakers not ear phones or laptop speakers, etc...
I know but that's not the case with Zimmer/Nolan. They released Interstellar's score two weeks after the movie came out. Not before, not even with the movie but after. The reason being? Is it to encourage people to see the film beforehand or to prevent spoilers given off by the track names? Or both?
- June 13th, 2017, 10:47 pm
- Forum: Fun & Misc
- Topic: Favorite post of the day
- Replies: 211
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Cilogy wrote:being a mod is tough, but you could still be lazy or whatever on top of it
so, like, Alex and Teddy are more like neglectful workaholic parents who hired some underpaid migrant workers from South Aftica and Australia to raise all their kids
- June 12th, 2017, 5:22 pm
- Forum: Dunkirk
- Topic: Posters and Official Images
- Replies: 1023
- Views: 107262
Maybe Warner Bros made the last poster intentionally shit so that these would look much better in comparison (which they do). Now, the question has to be asked, Warner Bros, what's the next step of your master plan?