We cover a straight up Drama on this episode, one which earned Tom Hanks an Oscar for Best Actor. Philadelphia covers topics that bizarrely feel all to real with the current pandemic and protests across the globe. In addition to the incredible Hanks, this movie stars Denzel Washington, Jason Robards and Antonio Banderas. In addition we get cameos by Julius Erving “Dr. J” from the 76ers basketball team, Tracey Walter and even Roger Corman, the low budget filmmaker of old.
Our technical tip on this episode is about 4K TV’s and their ability to up-convert lower definition programming and media to supply a much better picture to older formats. If you haven’t made the journey to 4K as of yet, you must start with the television and this is a feature that may help you decide to take the plunge into this 4K debacle. These little tips will continue onwards up until Episode 12 or so. A little extra for you to learn why the hosts believe the 4K format is such a valuable asset and makes cinephiles smile from ear to ear.
New shows are launching every week from now until the middle of July on Thursdays. Then our typical schedule of bi-weekly will commence.
MOVIES in 4K is where BillChete and Lady Phantom discuss, review, criticize, analyze and debate one movie that has been released on the 4K Blu-ray format each and every episode. Guiding you on the merit of the movie with recommendations and on the purchasing power of physical media.
Episode 007 breakdown of “Philadelphia (1993)“
|BillChete: Target Sale||Lady Phantom: Peter Jackson Coming To 4K|
|BillChete: 7 (Buy)||Lady Phantom: 10 (Buy)|
|4K Blu-ray Disc Grade|
|BillChete: C+ (Worthy)||Lady Phantom: B+ (Worthy)|
Average 4K Disc Grade