27 February 2008

Widescreen vs. Fullscreen

There is no argument there, widescreen is better. If you think otherwise, you are stupid. Plain and simple, you are an idiot.

I do not need to go into how one can lose up to 50% of the image. Simple math lesson for you morons out there: Fullscreen is 4:3 ratio, which is 1.33. Widescreen can be up to 2.35, sometimes 2.70 and more. Take 1.33 and 2.70, do a little division and you get close to 50%. There is plenty of proof out there of this.

Want more? Look on the back of the Fullscreen DVD you just got. Look for the line that says, "This film has been modified from its original version." Modified??? Also, "It has been modified to fit your TV." Hello? Either get yourself an HDTV or live with the "black bars" on the top and bottom. For those of you who have a 16:9 HDTV and watch fullscreen movies, you not only have to deal with black bars on the sides...you too, are a moron. You will also realize what you have been missing. You are not seeing the film as the makers of the film intended.

Speaking of fullscreen DVD's; why are some of them THX certified? Why are they Dolby? Why, I ask, why would it even be in stereo. If you do not want the full visual experience of the movie, why would you want full audio? All fullscreen movies should be in mono!

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