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“Dubs are little better and are rarely good enough to not suck the vibrance from a film.”
“Not that there's anything wrong with that, but the overdone colors combined with the weird black borders makes them look like they're trying really hard to be posters you buy out of a bin at Bed, Bath & Beyond, rather than photos of things that exist in this world. post-processing she's pulling with these (her "vibrance" slider must be tired of hanging at”
“So I think generally the impression is a better connection and a more sort of real vibrance going on.”
“I had the opportunity to see a pre-screening of some select sequences from the film, and yes, the film does not have the vibrance of these images.”
“To travel to see FLW's "Falling Water", to experience a true Japanese teahouse in Kyoto and see the vibrance of India ...”
“For life to have vibrance, for us to find each day worth living, we must live with what is here now.”
“I think I mistook Manhattan's 'vibrance' for people just trying to get out of each other's way.”
“What struck me about Fox from afar is they seemed to have such energy and vibrance that others had lacked," Hemmer says.”
“As she embraced him, she felt his shrunken arms and shuddered; the muscular vibrance that had always been the essence of his personality was completely absent.”
“Let's see: operating from my POV, all human beings want love, success, and physical vibrance.”
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