Sixteen Movie Hd 1080p [BETTER]
Sixteen Movie Hd 1080p
if you haven’t seen it, i highly recommend watching the breakfast club first. it’s a great film about teens stuck in a high school. however, it’s a lot darker and more depressing than sixteen candles . if you haven’t seen it yet, i recommend watching it first. it’s a great film. if you’ve already seen it, it’s fine to watch sixteen candles first. it’s only a few minutes longer. if you have both, watch the breakfast club first. the first scene of this film is a lot more interesting and exciting than the first scene of sixteen candles .
this is really a great movie. the cast is great and the cast is really important. it’s probably the most important part of a movie. the cast of sixteen candles is a true star-studded cast. they’re all great performers. the characters are all well-defined, and the cast plays their characters well. if you haven’t seen this film yet, i recommend watching it. if you have seen this film, i highly recommend watching it again.
the dts-hd ma mono track is the same track used on the 4k ultra hd disc. while the dynamic range is impressive, there’s a lot of hiss and there is a noticeable difference in pitch. the mono track is also heavy on the left channel and this disc was mastered to be played in a theater environment. this was my main issue with the video – i much prefer the 5.1 track for the home viewing experience. that said, the mono track has its uses, especially if you’re a casual or non-audiophile that wants to listen to the movie.
arrow video restored this disc with some excellent work – both in the video and audio departments. the disc looks good, but there’s only one version of it. the good thing is that you can’t tell the difference between it and the u.s. release when watching it. if you’ve never seen this movie, it looks great, but if you’re a fan you’ll have no issues with this disc.
and that’s the other problem with this movie. it’s a character study. and that doesn’t even exist anymore. i’m always suspicious of relatable stories – if they’ve never been true and current, they might as well be fiction. no one is running around to bands like “totch” and “invincible” any more (though that’s not to say they aren’t terrible bands). american high schools aren’t like this, they are nothing like this. i wonder how people who didn’t see this in 1984 feel about it? they probably grew up with actual high school experiences and are probably totally amazed.
also, there isn’t that much romance. its mostly comedic and that’s fine, as long as the majority of that is associated with hilarity. and the rest of the film only has a few good jokes. the rest of it is mostly character studies. which is fine – the character studies are more successful and we understand who these people are and what they stand for. and there’s a lot of nice supporting characters and some really classic moments, but they all seem more like sketches than a full story.