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Old 08-10-2010, 02:43 PM
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Old 08-10-2010, 03:01 PM
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Can't wait to see it on :iconbluraypng:. Don't expect much from the PQ since they were filmed in 16mm, but nice to see on the format nonetheless.
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Old 08-10-2010, 03:19 PM
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That's a bummer about 16mm. The first movie looks pretty good, so you'd think they'd stay consistent.
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well, it doesn't mean that it'll look horrible or worse than DVD. we just can expect much. it's best to set expectations low and be pleasantly surprised. hopefully.
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Saw this the other day, I liked Dragon Tattoo a little more but it was still good. Excited to see Hornet's Nest later this year
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Never thought I would say this but I didn't really like the Girl With The Dragon Tattoo book. So much so I have no desire to see the movie or the subsequent books. I can see the appeal though for other people.
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Apparently Fire and Hornet's Nest were shot with the intention of being shown on TV while Dragon Tattoo was always meant for the theatre. That might explain the discrepancy of the image. Loved the first movie and quite enjoyed the second. It was definitely a "middle of a trilogy" feeling with tons being setup for the final part.
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That's a bummer about 16mm. The first movie looks pretty good, so you'd think they'd stay consistent.
I've heard this, but I really don't think that's correct. IMDb says it was filmed on 35mm.
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