Which IMAX Film Cell do you have?

Christopher Nolan's science-fiction epic starring Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Michael Caine and Jessica Chastain.
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Got me a Anne shot.

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GeniusNolan wrote:
braungeo123 wrote: You can try downloading VLC (it's a free video player that plays many formats).
I already have VLC. But, VLC support for blu-ray is sketchy. By default it doesn't play blu-rays, and it didn't work with Interstellar.
I will spend some time today to see if I can get it working with additional extensions/plugins.
Get MPC-HC. Best media player that never fails to play any of my blu-ray's with all hd audio formats. The picture quality is also better than VLC (and it's free).

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Wow, I got screwed hard. And not in the good way. My film cell is one of the random ass people being interviewed from the dust bowl documentary. eBay here I come.

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I think they could have gone about this better, such as choosing select areas of the film prints to cut from. It may have limited the number of participating Blu-ray packages, but it would have allowed those who really want a film cell to search for those packages.

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taylorimpromptu wrote:I think they could have gone about this better, such as choosing select areas of the film prints to cut from. It may have limited the number of participating Blu-ray packages, but it would have allowed those who really want a film cell to search for those packages.
My thoughts exactly. I even posed that question a while back wondering if they'd select decent shots or if there would be the possibility of getting someone's back walking off camera. Or in my case, a shot of someone from another movie :lol:
Even scouring eBay, you have to shake your head at how stupid some of them are and why anyone would pay what the seller is asking. The novelty of owning a piece of the film wears thin when that piece isn't worth looking at.

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Is anyone here on eBay betting on that film cell of the Endurance racing into Gargantua (current priced at $170)?

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my attempt at "blasting light" through mine

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it's not even a full IMAX shot

sweet shot tho

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Yea really. I'll trade you Cilogy.

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So some of the cells are IMAX and some aren't ?????? What bluray edition do they come with?

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