Well I was watching the highlights of “A Few Good Men” (1992) this afternoon at high sound pressure levels thou it really wasn’t as high as one might think.
“But you have to ask me nicely.”
Col. Nathan R. Jessep "A Few Good Men" (1992)
The stunning clarity and brut force of the dialogue mix on this film was crystal clear if not a little too realistic at times in terms of loudness and depth that was partly felt. Thou this is an old film by now some 15 years, (1992) it still holds up very well on region 2 DVD.
With peaks reaching close to around 90dbc during the last few moments of the court trial case where “Col. Nathan R. Jessep” played brilliantly by (Jack Nicholson) explodes in a rage of fury at “Lt. Daniel Kaffee” played by (Tom Cruise) where you could even hear a pin drop when everything drops to utter silence in the court room.
I also gave the laserdisc a spin after the gripping conclusion between (Nicholson and Cruise) the sound pressures seamed almost transparent except the laserdisc has the edge on the audio PCM and thou the clarity in image is slightly weaker it was still very entertaining.