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    Did anyone ever find out if they used Sigma primes? That was a rumor early on.


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    That trailer is pretty insane. The air manuvers make star wars look tame, and star wars is cgi!


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    Quote Originally Posted by James0b57 View Post
    That trailer is pretty insane. The air manuvers make star wars look tame, and star wars is cgi!
    i am in no way a fan of the first film but that trailer was insane as hell and i might actually go see this in the theater! bummer Tony Scott never got to direct this one.
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    Wow.

    Of all of the long-delayed sequels and reboots to have come out in the past five years, I'm pretty sure that this is the only one I have been excited about.

    For comparison, here's the trailer for the original (I didn't remember it having so many shots with color grads in them, but it was the 1980s): https://youtu.be/xa_z57UatDY


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    Bravura photography! Claudio never disappoints. I’m looking forward to this one, looks like it’ll be quite a ride.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Krumlauf View Post
    i am in no way a fan of the first film but that trailer was insane as hell and i might actually go see this in the theater! bummer Tony Scott never got to direct this one.
    Those words don't even make sense together in the context of this conversation. You're talking about the original Top Gun, right? That's like saying you don't like Tombstone or Gladiator. I think I have to go sit down and digest this for a minute.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Run&Gun View Post
    Those words don't even make sense together in the context of this conversation. You're talking about the original Top Gun, right? That's like saying you don't like Tombstone or Gladiator. I think I have to go sit down and digest this for a minute.
    I actually dont like Tombstone or Gladiator so better have that bottle of pepto ready hahahahaha
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    When I first worked in consumer retail in 1986, the Top Gun was the hottest video to demo for home theater systems because of its Surround Sound. Someone'd come in, you'd put the surround speakers behind them, see them duck from the woosh overhead.


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    Quote Originally Posted by DLD View Post
    When I first worked in consumer retail in 1986, the Top Gun was the hottest video to demo for home theater systems because of its Surround Sound. Someone'd come in, you'd put the surround speakers behind them, see them duck from the woosh overhead.
    I remember a salesman at a theater store in chicago did that to me in 2000 with The matrix. Prob the first memory I have hearing surround outside of a theater, so cool! Now i have The Matrix in 4K with surround and can replay the memory with even better PQ :b. Nothing beat seeing The Matrix in the theater in 99.. remember it vividly.. was unlike anything i had ever seen. ahh when 35mm was still king in cinemas
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Krumlauf View Post
    I actually dont like Tombstone or Gladiator so better have that bottle of pepto ready hahahahaha
    I feel a little woozy...


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