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EDITOR'S NOTE: According to a Warner Home Video technician involved in the production of The Stanley Kubrick Collection, Kubrick authorized all aspects of the Collection, from the use of Digital Component Video (or "D-1") masters originally approved in 1989, to the use of minimalist screen menus, chapter stops, and (in the case of 2001: A Space Odyssey and The Shining on DVD) supplementary materials. Full-screen presentation of The Shining and Full Metal Jacket was also approved by Kubrick, who recomposed his original framing, reportedly believing that those films looked best on video in the full-screen format. (In fact, the original theatrical aspect ratio of The Shining was 1.66:1, meaning that a relatively small portion of the image is lost.) Kubrick also chose mono over stereo, believing that inconsistencies in theatrical sound systems resulted in loss of control over theatrical presentation. In every respect, the Warner spokesman said, the films in the Collection remain as Kubrick approved them. Any future attempt to remaster or alter them would have to be approved by an appointee of the Kubrick estate.
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A brilliant movie loosely based on a brilliant book. I think people have the controversy all wrong. It doesn't have to be one or the other. You CAN have your cake and eat it too. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Nite Owl
Kubrick's adaptation of Stephen King's novel 'The Shining" shows us Jack Torrance's chilling journey into madness.Published 4 months ago by Mike Moses
This film is literally so good i have no words to describe it, you need this... no questions about itPublished 7 months ago by polka music best music
A great classic movie, but PLEASE, for a lousy couple hundred page novel, you MUST read the novel first. Read morePublished 10 months ago by mark nusca
Stephen King has inspired two kinds of movie adaptations -- the ones that are brain-meltingly bad ("Dreamcatcher") and the ones that are considered quite good... Read morePublished 12 months ago by E. A Solinas