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HD has the unfortunate effect of turning every film into what appears to be a documentary about a film set, not just warts-and-all but carefully supplying extra warts where a wart has no right to be.
Anthony Lane in his review of the new Hobbit movie. Anthony gets the Award for Accuracy. HD can go bite it, seriously. If you want everything to look as real and detailed as possible, I’m not sure if the arts are really the right thing for you. (via perpetua)

When we got our new HDTV awhile back I was shocked at how the default high frame rate setting made beautifully shot shows like “Breaking Bad” look like cheesy PAL “Dr. Who” episodes from the 70s. We were pretty relieved when we discovered there was a way to get rid of the effect.

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