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Wilsdom

join:2009-08-06
reply to FFH5

Re: I've been a Qwest/Centurylink customer for over 10 years.

There is no point in watching movies in sub-optimal quality. Certainly not worth paying for it--we aren't taking about pirated cam releases. And unless you have a severe eye disease you will notice. It's like reading CliffsNotes when you aren't in school (or dyslexic).


espaeth
Digital Plumber
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join:2001-04-21
Minneapolis, MN
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said by Wilsdom:

There is no point in watching movies in sub-optimal quality.

I agree to a point, but you're not watching multiple streams all on 42"+ TVs, are you?


Thaler
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join:2004-02-02
Los Angeles, CA
kudos:3

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reply to Wilsdom
said by Wilsdom:

There is no point in watching movies in sub-optimal quality.

Pretty sure I'm not missing anything when I watch a Twilight movie in "sub-optimal" quality.Also, I don't think seeing it in HD's going to fix the plot or actors.

Honestly, do you need HD to watch your "Crap movies I missed last year but want to say I saw them" list? An exception might be Michaelbaysplosion films, but that's because the only allure in those films is the visual eye candy.