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Discussion in 'Blu-ray and UHD' started by Ronald Epstein, Feb 27, 2018.
Got it ! I actually had no idea where that started...smellovision that is.
Yes. If you have a 50 foot screen in your house.
I saw the re-release of 2001 on an IMAX screen last month. It was presented as the original roadshow version. Overture (in the dark. No title card saying Overture), a 15-minute intermission, entr'acte music, and exit music. After seeing it on a huge screen like this I thought to myself how could I ever enjoy it on my TV again? I might buy it if it goes on clearance.
For me, the home 4K Blu-ray will bring back memories of the 4K laser Imax production we saw at the TCL Chinese Theater. I have always watched it at home as well as in theaters. I can't imagine not having it at my disposal to watch anytime I want.
I recently got a 65" 4K TV, so I can't NOT buy this.
I set up my seating in my theater so the field of view in my peripheral vision is similar to that at an IMAX about half way back. I'm very excited. I just watched First Man about an hour ago in IMAX. Good film very different than I expected . I'm very interested in manned spaceflight since I was a boy so this was very interesting for me.
Pretty amazing how great the external effects in 2001 hold up even against what I just saw.