DLP theater now in Knoxville-Turkey Creek Pinnacle

Discussion in 'Knoxville, TN' started by Darth Blasphemous, Jun 24, 2005.

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  1. Darth Blasphemous Jedi Master

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    The new theater at Turkey Creek has a DLP projector and it is showing ROTS for a limited time (for how long I don't know). Just some FYI for anyone has hasn't seen a digital movie on a DLP yet, like myself!
  2. iwannabeajedi21 Jedi Padawan

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    what does dlp stand for? are u sure this is not just digital sound? do you have their number?
  3. Darth Blasphemous Jedi Master

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    They just opened this weekend and it can be confirmed that they have digital projector on fandango.com
  4. Jar Jar Jedi Master

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    I saw it there on Sunday and it was a great experience. All of the colors and details stand out so much more in DLP, especially in the space battle at the beginning, that it makes normal projection look almost laughable by comparison. My only gripe was that they didn't have the cinemall's sound system, but then again nothing but the cinemall does. I definitely recommend checking it out before it's gone.
  5. Darth Blasphemous Jedi Master

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    Saw this last night and DLP is all the say it is!
  6. Sethesh Jedi Knight

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    I was there Thursday night, at the 10:30 showing. Mostly empty theatre but man.. George Lucas is right. Digital IS the way to go. No scratches, no fuzz, no reel change marks, no way the management can dim the bulb in a rediculous attempt to "save energy and bulb life." It really is the way movies should be made and seen in this new century.

  7. iwannabeajedi21 Jedi Padawan

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    i saw the digital version of ROTS for the 1st time today. the picture and color are far superior to the nondigital version. i have now seen the movie a total of 7 times!! the theatre was 75% full! i still think that episode 3 will hit 375 million, but probably not 400 million!
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