imagine if movie remakes happened like game remakes and ten years later you'd get the remastered version with better CGI and minor plot holes fixed
@lynnesbian this but for books. I want a Bible remastered
@lynnesbian Nerf Woody pls
@lynnesbian excuse me I think you'll find "pan and scan" is actually biphobic and I'd encourage you to use "bi and scan",
@lynnesbian HFR maked it look like one of those weekend sitcoms
@lynnesbian Expected Fran Drescher to hop in with the most obnoxious NY accent possible and do awkward humor
@lynnesbian i assume you have a negative opinion of high frame-rate movies?? :p
@grufwub i do yes
@lynnesbian what is it you dislike about it out of interest? :3
@grufwub i know that everyone says they feel to fluid and unnatural
and i like it when games run at high framerates
but it feels to fluid and unnatural
@lynnesbian yeah i know what you mean. i went through a phase of really liking it a few years ago and even bought some frame interpolation software that increased viewed content framerate anywhere up to 60fps. it wasn't bad, but it did have an odd feel to it
@lynnesbian I think that might have actually happened for toy story's 3D version?
Didn't George Lucas try to polish the effects for Episode IV? and didn't it turn out awfully?
@lynnesbian That's actually kinda what Star Wars did. You can't find the true originals anymore, which trips me out
@lynnesbian isn't that basically what George Lucas did to Star Wars?
I would genuinely like that more than game remasters tho
@lynnesbian Bladerunner did this and it was a very good decision.
@lynnesbian Are you sure you want that? Isn't this what George Lucas tried to do with the original Star Wars, and now it's impossible to buy a DVD where Han shot first?
Fans may not agree with directors / producers / studio executives on what constitutes an improvement.
Now, if you could open source remastering movies, that could be interesting...
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