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Old February 7 2012, 05:04 AM   #24
T.Geiger
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Location: Indianapolis, IN, USA
Re: Widescreen or Full Frame

Sometimes movies are cutting off the picture if they display in widescreen. House on Haunted Hill (1959) for example. Sort of the Back to the Future movies (they actually add picture for full frame). Terminator 3 is an oddball where you don't get the full picture with either format, but full frame gives you the most.

Typically, I am for whatever format gives me the most picture information.

I find it difficult to believe Seinfeld can be converted to proper widescreen, but Star Trek cannot. My cynical side suggests its all about money (either not wanting to spend it or waiting to double-dip for it).
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