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    Default 'Resident Evil: Extinction' - High-Def Digest

    Just posted Josh Zyber's review of 'Resident Evil: Extinction.' Boasting a solid video transfer, excellent sound and Sony's first-ever picture-in-picture video commentary, this one earns a solid recommend.

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    Awesome, I've a big fan of the movies and Milla, still waiting for my trilogy copy to come in though.
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    Good review of the film and the transfer. I would have given the Pq a 4 and not a 3.5 stars but thats just my opinion. I also liked the third movie the best of all three. Still like stated in the review its a solid release.

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    The Audio Kicked ass JZ. Very nice review of the film.
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    great review to me...agree with it all
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    I'm sad that my BD-P1400 decided to crap out on me and will be out for repaires with Best Buy for at least two weeks (up to a month though ). Oh well, at least with the service plan I'm not completely screwed into having to buy a new player, there's something to be said for that.

    Anyway, I'm a huge fan of the RE movies, and these are definently ones I want to pick up. I have the first one (have yet to see it all the way through thanks to BD-P1400 dropping out the picture). Over all the transfer on the first was excellent.
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    No way the PQ is that low. there is some 3D pop in that movie. at least 4.5. is Bracke on vacation?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Son of Odin View Post
    No way the PQ is that low. there is some 3D pop in that movie. at least 4.5.
    The larger your screen, the more that the lack of detail becomes distracting.

    3.5 is a respectable score. If every movie were given a 4.5 or 5, the scale would quickly become meaningless.
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    the problem is that it shouldn't have been given that low of a score. it was no means a fifth element or shoot'em up in PQ but still a very clean and sharp transfer.

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    Eh, not of fan of the last two installments. Only enjoy the first one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Son of Odin View Post
    the problem is that it shouldn't have been given that low of a score. it was no means a fifth element or shoot'em up in PQ but still a very clean and sharp transfer.
    As I said, the larger your screen, the more that the lack of detail becomes distracting. The first movie has a sharper and more detailed picture than either of the sequels.

    My review of the first movie will be up soon. I gave that one a 4.
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    The first resident evil movie was the best, the other two are decent. They are making a new Resident Evil movie that will entirely be done using CGI

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyot View Post
    The first resident evil movie was the best, the other two are decent. They are making a new Resident Evil movie that will entirely be done using CGI
    The CGI movie is called Resident Evil: Degeneration which is of course bank rolled by Sony so the blu-ray should be exceptional considering it's a all CGI film.

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    I'd only ever buy this trilogy if it went on deep discount for $9.99 for each of them.

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