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they look swell
going to do some more searching
m4st4 wrote: ↑
July 8th, 2019, 5:05 am
I have the TV but something tells me PS5 will be the player, don’t have the money for separate thing yet.
Movie is (still) a masterpiece.
It's definitely a masterpiece no matter the setup.
It's funny how 4 years ago I saved my money and built a sound system (Yamaha speakers, Jamo subwoofer and Onkyo Receiver). It cost me about $1300.
Now it's really hard for me to keep that figure untouched or even think about spending it on a TV (and a player). Also, maybe because I'm very picky.
I just buy UHD Blu-rays to future proof, they include Blu-ray copies and I don't mind paying a little extra.
4K and HDR are great tbh
It's just that Netflix doesn't offer that much in either 4K or HDR
And (4K/HDR) disc will always be superior I guess ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ it just takes quite some years for the studios to release films in 4K/HDR as well.
I'm tired of hearing about how good HDR is lol. Wanna see it for myself
Aren't Netflix originals at least available in 4K HDR?
And yeah discs are always better until something like Kaleidescape becomes more affordable (and available around the globe).
I'm crossing my fingers for Sony to release an IMAX Enhanced version on disc.
Still one of the best movies I have seen this last decade. Does anyone have an idea if releasing this on Netflix compensates a bit for the poor box office performance?
I think it did quite well on home sales. I honestly don't know how the viewership of 2049 on Netflix will impact anything about it. Or how closely it's measured anyway.
That look freaking bad. Even my 1080p look better than that.