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The Pianist (Roman Polanski) on HD-DVD, The Hut for just £4.93 (free delivery) RRP £19.99
The Pianist (Roman Polanski) on HD-DVD, The Hut for just £4.93 (free delivery) RRP £19.99

The Pianist (Roman Polanski) on HD-DVD, The Hut for just £4.93 (free delivery) RRP £19.99

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Own Roman Polanski's Oscar winning masterpiece The Pianist on HD-DVD for just £4.93 at The Hut.

Starring, Adrien Brody, Thomas Kretschmann and Maureen Lipman.

RRP £19.99. Free delivery.

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Ah great find mate been like £6.95 for months - already imported it but still hot
heres the hd dvd box you will be getting
http://images.play.com/covers/3271524m.jpg

great film, great price - hot

Excellent film

Hot. Great film that will (hopefully) look great in HD.

Great price, UK version has a superior soundtrack to the US version too.

cheers , didnt have that one yet :thumbsup:
more High Def goodness for a fiver

Excellent film, waiting for it to drop to £3.99

love the film, alot better in high definition

blackbird166;2339354

Great price, UK version has a superior soundtrack to the US version too.


ah dont say that - ive got the us version
ronmanager;2338937

Hot. Great film that will (hopefully) look great in HD.



Looks fantastic - sometimes grainy but most hd dvds are liek that

Banned

Madbitster;2339504

Excellent film, waiting for it to drop to £3.99



this is as good as you're gonna see for ages :whistling:

Great film well worth the price

IF HMV has reduced a lot of their films to £3.99, Trend will indicate All other retailers to follow.
Lets just say the inside gossip is to dump the stock ASAP!!

You could be right as Hotel Babylon is now down to £3.99 at HMV

dandoc2;2340652

ah dont say that - ive got the us versionLooks fantastic - sometimes … ah dont say that - ive got the us versionLooks fantastic - sometimes grainy but most hd dvds are liek that



Am I missing something: I thought the idea of HD was that picture quality is pin sharp?

schwalbe;2341492

Am I missing something: I thought the idea of HD was that picture quality … Am I missing something: I thought the idea of HD was that picture quality is pin sharp?



depends on the quality of the original that is used , some transfers are better than others,
TBH the quality is still going to be good , yet to see a rubbish quality HD DVD

schwalbe;2341492

Am I missing something: I thought the idea of HD was that picture quality … Am I missing something: I thought the idea of HD was that picture quality is pin sharp?



Film 'grain' is something that even the most modern films have in the master copy as its put there on purpose by the director for atmospheric and style reasons. Its nothing to do with the quality of a transfer to HD, if its there in the original its gonna be there in HD.

schwalbe;2341492

Am I missing something: I thought the idea of HD was that picture quality … Am I missing something: I thought the idea of HD was that picture quality is pin sharp?



most of my hd dvd films have grain on them - the picture isnt perfect but its a damn site bettter than dvd

grain annoyed me a lot to start with. i thought my ps3 was faulty but it's all meant to be there it just that HD makes it much more visable than with SD.

There seem to be some informed posters here with some good truth nuggets:

dvdtown.com/mes…6/0

the gist is that some grain is inherent in filming something on film, some is enhanced to give it a more "filmy" look. If you want something that looks good in HD with no grain then grab some nature ( galapogos : my jaw hit the floor, planet earth : very good ). One film which i thought had an amazing HD pic with minimal grain was Apocalypto - helluva 5.1 track too

deepmenace;2343643

grain annoyed me a lot to start with. i thought my ps3 was faulty but … grain annoyed me a lot to start with. i thought my ps3 was faulty but it's all meant to be there it just that HD makes it much more visable than with SD.There seem to be some informed posters here with some good truth nuggets:http://www.dvdtown.com/messageboard/topic/7242/6/0the gist is that some grain is inherent in filming something on film, some is enhanced to give it a more "filmy" look. If you want something that looks good in HD with no grain then grab some nature ( galapogos : my jaw hit the floor, planet earth : very good ). One film which i thought had an amazing HD pic with minimal grain was Apocalypto - helluva 5.1 track too



only way for no grain completely and a perfect image is computer animated films

They Also have La Haine for the same price as well as Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles in stock

Hopefully thet will actually deliver them this time!!!

Great movie, i've watched it a million times and i don't have it. I guess now its the time to get it
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