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  1. I read in one of the reviews, that the 30 minutes of footage that was shot in IMAX had to be chopped/cropped to fit the regualr size theatre screens?

    1)Can anybody confirm if the cropped footage makes a big difference since regular screen movie goers will not see the whole picture?

    2) Oh and for those of you that saw it in IMAX- did you dizzy? and how did the scenes not shot in IMAX look?

    I mean IMAX is great, its just that I already bought Cinemark tickets from Costco.
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    And the film in question, which you so helpfully refer to as "it", would be known to the rest of us as ...?

    We're not too good at mind reading around here. Or those who are good at it don't bother to respond.
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  3. It's always better to see the movie the the way it was filmed. Will it make a difference? Yes. Will it make a big difference? Depends on what was cut out.
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  4. I'm so sorry!


    The film is "The Dark Knight".
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    They would have planned the shoot so the 2.35 to 1 crop worked for the general audience. The IMAX version would be more emersive with added material on all four sides plus greater resolution for the close in IMAX viewing position.

    http://www.collider.com/entertainment/article.asp/aid/6147/tcid/1


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