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Lawrence of Arabia

By killer123
Written October 12, 2012
I last saw Lawrence on the big screen in 1965. I love the movie and have it on DVD (the remastered box set). Had it on VHS before that. But there is no substitute for seeing it (and hearing it - the score is great) on the big screen. Since its been so long since I've seen the film version on the big screen, I couldn't comment on how the digital version would compare. But the desert scenes were still grand and made the story, which is a fantastic retelling of an interesting bit of world history. A bit of history which reverberates loudly today. And the story of an enigmatic Englishman. Very glad I went. Its still just as long!!
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Such a Treat!

By CambridgeChem
Written October 06, 2012
Lawrence of Arabia is one of my all-time favorites. Among other things, I've always appreciated the amazing cinematography. Yet, until Oct 4, 2012, I had only been able to enjoy this on the TV screen. What a treat it was to see this fantastic movie in 4K on the big screen! Thank you to the folks who made this 50th anniversary special screening possible. Thank you for the opportunity to treat my Dad--who introduced me to this classic--to a night at the theater for one of our favorite epics!
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Lawrence of Arabia

By svhewitt
Written October 05, 2012
Fabulous experience. Movies like this will never be made again. Sir David Lean was a master and we are fortunate to have Lawrence of Arabia re-mastered. Production and interviews included added to the movie. This is a 'don't miss' experience no matter how often you have seen Lawrence of Arabia over the years.
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Holy macaroni!

By RBK2000
Written October 05, 2012
I've seen this movie about 20 times, but was amazed to see it in the theater for the first time. The technology is fantastic, with a clarity of image that was really astounding. But more than that, the story had more relevance than ever due to the current political conditions in the Middle East. Really a tremendous experience.
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Lawrence of Arabia: What a show!

By Gem1836
Written October 05, 2012
My first Fathom Event.The print and sound were so pristine it took my breath away. My theater was quite crowded. This was a once in a lifetime chance to see the movie the way it was meant to be seen and heard. I don't care how big your TV set is, you can never duplicate the feeling in a theater full of appreciative enthusiasts. Now if they would only do the same kind of restoration with SPARTACUS, it would bring peace to the world as we know it.
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