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Charles Everett
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AMC Hamilton, 1/3/2004, 4:40 PM matinee. Hall #1, attendance ~75 -- came within 15 of a full house.

Brad is worried about how incredibly bad movies will be in 2004.

If this film doesn't warm your heart, nothing will. At least you can take your mother and not feel bashful.

As discretion is the better part of valour, I won't try to spoil things for our fellow Film-Techers. I'm surprised nobody posted comments on this film when it played in the UK last year.

Image was rock solid yet framed low. (Calendar Girls is in scope; I spotted a wee bit of black bar up top at the end of the "Silence is Golden" snipe.) CRAP Code between the cue marks at the end of R4. Was there any CRAP Code on the UK release?

Sound was excellent SDDS for the feature. Disney uses SDDS on the titles it finances, international as well as domestic. Trailers were loud -- I thought my ears were gonna bleed!

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