Originally Posted by kennermike
Hey Mikey that is not exactly true. Without getting too techy, It really depends on how well the film was transferred over. You can have it larger in size than your standard 4.37 gigs and still look like crap. Most dual layers are that size due to the amount of extras on the disc and trying to keep a higher quality level for them. It also may be related to more audio tracks being added that jacks up the film size (like adding in a dts track along with commentaries) as well as if the film is super long and still wanting to maintain a decent quality level with as minimal compression as possible and not wanting to split it across 2 dvds
Originally Posted by Mikey
"What motivated him to throw a puppy at the Hells Angels is currently unclear,"