quote:Originally posted by ryokurin:quote:Originally posted by Viper:
I cannot stand the place. I went there one time after it opened, assuming it was going to be digital, since they had just built the place, and what do I get, a grainy projection picture. Sorry but I would rather spend my .99 cents and watch it at home in high definition.
What are you talking about? DLP is a digital projection and DVD isn't high definition anyways. To be precise, the DLP they use is 2k which is slightly better than a 1080p set you may have at home and what you'll get if you actually had a Blu-Ray player and played a BR disc.
You are correct about the 2K and the DLP, but the 2K is still a scanned image of the original 35 mm film. You still have the "trash" floating around on the screen, which is something I don't have to see on blue ray. The projection version also has the color manipulated to match the film projection to the film original, and after watching the film original in HD on Blue ray, it is hard for me to pay the extra money to see a poorer quality film at the theaters, but this is just my opinion.