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Nov 6 2014, 7:36pm

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Love Harrry H movies

As a child the best scene was the skeletons in Jason & the Argonauts.
Remember thinking this was the most awesome thing ever!

Now as a older (ahem) adult I can see how basic the special effects were
but it doesn't change the magic.

I've also found that in recent years I have to remind myself not to be too critical.
It can be a case of the technology causing the problem.
If I watch a film on my older dinosaur tv, the effects look great and real.
But watching same dvd on my huge HD tv some of the effects and scenes
don't look as good.
Sometimes I think that zooming in tooooo close takes a bit of the magic out.

(This post was edited by Glassary on Nov 6 2014, 7:42pm)

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Post edited by Glassary (Rivendell) on Nov 6 2014, 7:42pm

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