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ksink74

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  1. > Piffle........I enjoy the movie "Uncle Buck" whatever > format it is in especially uncut and without > commercial interruption. Funnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnny > indeed. > > Mongo Not to be fussy, but that's my whole point. It isn't uncut if it has been cropped to fit your TV. The movie was filmed, edited, and released to theaters to be shown in an aspect ratio of 1.85 to 1. In order to fit it on to your TV's 1.33 to 1 aspect ratio, edges must be wacked off. Hence, you are seeing approximately 1-((1.85-1.33)/1.85) = 72% of Uncle Buck. As long as I'm on the sub
  2. I was wondering that myself. I'm of the opinion that a movie gets showed in its origional aspect ratio or not at all. Regardless of the legal status of its star (living or otherwise).
  3. Am I going crazy, or is TCM currently showing Uncle Buck in a 4/3 aspect ratio? If I wanted to see movies cropped for television, I'd watch that other so-called classic movie network that includes all those lovely commercial interruptions as well.
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