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I bought the Disney film Bolt

I bought the Disney film Bolt on the strength of REL using it as a demo disc a couple of years back at the Bristol show. The opening 10 mins or so are amazing.

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simonali wrote:

simonali wrote:

I bought the Disney film Bolt on the strength of REL using it as a demo disc a couple of years back at the Bristol show. The opening 10 mins or so are amazing.

It's a good film. The studio fire scenes sound pretty good too if I remember right.

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Pacific Rim, seconded.  Ive

Pacific Rim, seconded.  Ive seen it at a few friends houses and the colours clip really easily on a poorly set up TV. 

Howls Moving Castle was absolutely stunning on bluray.  I quite like traditional animation on bluray as you start to see the texture of the lines drawn.  Conversely, the lion king looks a bit naff on bluray as the lines are soo textured they look a bit ropey.

Hummingbird was a surprisingly beautifully shot film.  The Stath actually acts in it as well, which was equally surprising.

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