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I agree it was a bit silly but for me it was one of those movies where I just sat back, enjoyed the effects and didn’t have to do much thinking. While I really enjoy a good drama, sometimes movies like this are just “refreshing” for a change.
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Post by LCSeminole on Jun 10, 2021 21:13:36 GMT -5
Been watching the first of this set of four Indiana Jones movies this evening. While the graininess is still evident, remember this was filmed in 1981, even so, attention to details have been cleaned up in this 4K re-master done in Dolby Vision. The shadow detail for a 40yr old movie is, IMO, impressive. The Dolby Atmos audio is most definitely a huge improvement over the DTS-HD MA 5.1 from the 1080p blu-ray.