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This review is from: Ipcress File [Blu-Ray] (Blu-ray)
It should be noted that this blu-ray is not in 4:3 but formatted for 16:9 televisions. The aspect ratio for this movie is 2.35:1. A lot of people are misled on this point because Amazon.co.uk incorrectly listed it as 1.33:1. The reviewers on the uk site correctly points out the error. If you visit blu-ray.com there is a review of the movie along with screen shots that show its correct aspect ratio. I hope this was helpful. The "The Ipcress File" is one good movie. It should be noted that this is a region free disc meaning it will play on American NTSC players and televisions.
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Initial post: Dec 11, 2011 9:02:24 PM PST
Robert Smith says:
$186 for the DVD? Is Amazon crazy?
Posted on May 25, 2012 2:59:05 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on May 25, 2012 3:01:08 PM PDT
A Reader says:
The review appears to be posted in the WRONG PLACE. It refers to the Blu-Ray version of the IPCRESS File, and appears under the 4:3 DVD version. Looks like an Amazon error
In reply to an earlier post on Aug 18, 2013 8:36:12 AM PDT
J. Janssen says:
It's no error, amazon routinely conflates reviews regardless of platform. As inconvenient as this is for video, it's absolutely horrible when searching for books in the classics section. Besides hard and soft cover variations, they lump in audio books, kindle products, mass market paperbacks, limited editions, and any number of new and used publications from other sellers. Trying to find consensus on a particular book you're considering is near impossible.
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