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Not bad if you have to have the Steelbook edition.
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I noticed that Best Buy has the Evil Dead 1 & 2 4K UHD Collection Steelbook on sale for $24.99 as well.

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/evil...Id=6424695
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When is this coming to HBO Max?
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When is this coming to HBO Max?
Not sure. I didn't like it but other people did and that's fine. You can rent for $1.99 or less from Redbox.
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Not sure. I didn't like it but other people did and that's fine. You can rent for $1.99 or less from Redbox.
Kind of like Inception and Memento, YMMV.
I really like the whole time idea.
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Kind of like Inception and Memento, YMMV.
I really like the whole time idea.
Yeah, I really liked the unconventional 'mechanism' of time travel. And it had an element like T.H. White's Merlyn.
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I watched WW84 and Tenet back to back. I felt stupider after watching Wonder Woman and kind of smarter after watching Tenet. WW84 was fine for a popcorn superhero movie but Tenet was very good. Like a fast paced Bond movie with some decent sci-fi.
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I watched WW84 and Tenet back to back. I felt stupider after watching Wonder Woman and kind of smarter after watching Tenet. WW84 was fine for a popcorn superhero movie but Tenet was very good. Like a fast paced Bond movie with some decent sci-fi.
Think I agree with you about both movies.

After watching each movie only once, would rate WW84 at 2/10, and Tenet at 8/10. Will never watch WW84 again... but planning multiple watches of Tenet. Just my 2-cents.
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Great deal. And yes, the 4k/blu-ray versions retain the 1.43:1 aspect ratio for those scenes filmed on IMAX. Digital version doesn't.
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I wish this came with a replica of the algorithm.
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Great deal. And yes, the 4k/blu-ray versions retain the 1.43:1 aspect ratio for those scenes filmed on IMAX. Digital version doesn't.
This is annoying for me since I have a 2.35 screen. IMAX is useless to home releases...no one benefits from it since its still confined to a 16:9 screen for every tv.
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This is annoying for me since I have a 2.35 screen. IMAX is useless to home releases...no one benefits from it since its still confined to a 16:9 screen for every tv.
Ah. Well, I personally don't see a problem with it. It's still cool watching those IMAX scenes fill my entire TV screen. Stick Out Tongue
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Ah. Well, I personally don't see a problem with it. It's still cool watching those IMAX scenes fill my entire TV screen. Stick Out Tongue
Yeah, it's definitely not an issue on tvs...but the annoyance is the switching and the scenes only last a few seconds...which applies for all.
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Yeah, it's definitely not an issue on tvs...but the annoyance is the switching and the scenes only last a few seconds...which applies for all.
Actually, a good chunk of the movie is filmed in IMAX. And those scenes last for minutes! Stick Out Tongue
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