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"Pinocchio" Blu-ray Provides an Option to Those Against Seeing Black Bars
Since way back in the days when VHS was the dominant home video format, the issue of how to watch movies on TV has been one of watching the pan & scan version, which cuts off the sides of a widescreen movie and pans the video to follow the action (with limited success), or watching the full... (more)
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Oct 8, 2009 - DarthVideo
While watching the Bluth "Disneyview" of Blu-Ray Snow White I was initially stuck by the lack of care in the early scene where some missed reversing the image of the drape on the right side of the screen giving the sequence an unneeded distraction. Half way through this sems the only mistake, but it is unfortunate that it was so early and obvious in the presentation. Also, if the interior edges of the panels had been blurred ans slightly darkened, it also would have been less distracting.
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