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    Default DVD Deals at CC today

    Today picked up for the wife (Ann Rice nut) Queen of the Darned for $14.99 opn opening day (BB $19.99, Target $17.99). Also scored the 60th anniversary edition of Pearl Harbor in a 2-pack paired with Remember the Titans for $19.99 for both!. Both PH and Titans widescreen and DTS. PH was also paired with The Rock and Armegeddon. So, for $36 and 3 DVDs later, I did quite well today.

    BTW, what do you prefer, widescreen or full screen and why?

    My son thinks widescreen is "clearer" than fullscreen.

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    you lose 20% of the movie i love widescreen you see the movie like the director wanted plus i have a widescreen tv
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    Although I have a 36 inch TV I prefer widescreen. I think to really enjoy good movies on WS you need at least 36.

    My parents have a 32 inch and to me it looks to small.
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    Originally posted by avelanchefan
    Although I have a 36 inch TV I prefer widescreen. I think to really enjoy good movies on WS you need at least 36.

    My parents have a 32 inch and to me it looks to small.
    I have no problem watching wide on my 32 inch..also watched wide on my 27 inch before that..would rather see all of the fram small the some of the frame big

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    Oh, man....I'm just WAITING for MC to rant about widescreen and pan'n'scan......this could be good..

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    I'm not going to rant about it. I am very calm today.

    There is no other to see a film than in the manner in which the director meant you to see it. That is, the whole picture. The only way to do this is by watching a WIDESCREEN presentation. Otherwise, what's the point?

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