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October 24, 2007


sir jorge

It's nice to see he's getting the high def treatment, as it should have been all along.

Glenn Abel

Stanley Kubrick's odd demands for home video aspect ratios apparently sprung from his concern that VHS would butcher his work if letterboxed.

The estate went against his wishes, but you gotta figure the master would have approved of today's high-def presentations -- Blu-rays, flat screens, etc.

Yeah, it's a great thing.

Looking forward to your next comment, Sir Jorge!

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