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If you really want value for your IMAX experience, you will only go to see films that have been shot using IMAX 70 MM film or the digital equivalent and that project on film, not digitally. Most Hollywood films do not fit all of these components but the popularity of the concept gets butts in seats (at a higher price point) for something they think is higher ...


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The answer is most likely one of two possibilities: They don't feel that the investment of preparing and producing the DVD will be justified by its sales The copyright of various elements of the movie is ambiguous or widely distributed, and resolving that situation legally is cost prohibitive, if it's even completely possible For the first one, ...


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First of all, IMAX is an acronym for "Image MAXimum". And from what I have seen and read, IMAX theaters are only domed for planetariums, which is why they are domes at the Tech Museum and at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center. The purpose for IMAX to even exist is that it has the capacity to record and display images of far greater size and resolution than a ...



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