4K resolution has been part of the real-world, Best Buy consumer market for roughly five years, and it's just starting to hit me that the big 4K changeover (raw data remastered in 4K or 8K for streaming purposes) has more or less stalled. Certainly as far as films in my rarified realm are concerned.

Not every popular or widely recognized film classic is available today in 1080p high-def streaming, but most of them are. Alas, classic films available in 4K streaming (or on 4K discs, an even rarer phenomenon) are close to non-existent -- Lawrence of Arabia, 2001: A Space Odyssey, The Bridge on t...

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