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Monty Python's The Meaning of Life (Digital 4K UHD, MA) $4.99 @ Microsoft Store

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I bought the full-all-in 4k disc and the movie (script) didn't really age well; it just doesn't happen to be one of their amusing setups for scenes.

Key takeaway:
Eric Idle can sing like it't nobody's business
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FYI, this is D2D eligible if you already own this.
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Quote from By-Tor :
FYI, this is D2D eligible if you already own this.
However, SD and HD are the only redemption options.
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But what were the other 5 commandments?!
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But what were the other 5 commandments?!
You thinking of Mel Brooks?
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on my top 50 kids must watch movies... ps... my kids are big... ;o)
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You should be able to earn 500 points from Universal All-Access Rewards too.

https://myuniversalrewards.com/
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The images are pretty graining for what is being sold as UHD. Is the video any better?
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Quote from Halfspin :
The images are pretty graining for what is being sold as UHD. Is the video any better?
Screenshots were captured at 1080p, resized to 720p and then compressed using JPEG to improve the loading time so don't go by those. 4K video has been improved significantly.

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"This is a significant upgrade from the processed VC-1 Blu-ray. Rather than the tepid picture Kenneth Brown reviewed in 2013, this 2022 presentation plays in stark contrast as a healthy and handsomely filmic UHD presentation. The 2160 resolution offers superb detail. Clarity is rich and textural elegance is assured throughout. The picture reveals superior facial details, a far cry from the flatness from the previous issue. This is an organic, filmic, and faithful picture that uses the film and UHD resolution to the fullest. It's naturally sharp with only some sporadic softer focus shots and edges here and there. Viewers will be astounded at the increase in clarity and textural dynamics. Faces are super sharp and intimately revealing, as are clothes and location details, all well above the dated and processed look on the Blu-ray. The picture's grain structure is beautiful: organic, consistent, never too heavy, not too light. This looks like a movie shot on film should look. There has also been a significant amount of clean-up work done to remove scratches and pops as well, though a few do remain.

The HDR color grading offers a substantial refinement of the color palette. The usual suspects are in play: improved white brilliance and accuracy, deeper and more lifelike blacks, and very healthy skin tones. The general palette has a more lifelike realism about it, with deeper shades all around yet more precise color accuracy to offer superior primaries and abundantly rich secondaries. Look at the hospital room scene at the 21-minute mark; the lightly creamy green walls and the darker green scrubs enjoy major improvements to overall color stability and accuracy. Universal has done a great job with this one; fans are going to be thrilled and there is no question that the video improvements alone are worth the price of upgrading."
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"a wafer-thin mint"
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We've come for your liver.
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Quote from arny56 :
"a wafer-thin mint"
I'm a waiter, and use this line very often! ;-)
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