The moral of this story is two fold. First, sound totally makes a movie. And second, always do your best, you never know where it might take you. That second point applies because, a few weeks ago, I wrote a story about how Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides was the first film ever released to a streaming site encoded with Dolby 7.1 Surround Sound. At the time, I didn’t know what that entailed specifically, just that it was a cool technological advancement. Fast forward a few days later and I’m in San Francisco at Dolby’s World Headquarters, sitting in their beyond state of the art screening room, about to watch an action sports snowboarding movie called The Art of Flight that will demonstrate exactly what Dolby 7.1 can do. Along the way, I also learned a bit more about Dolby as a brand and the overall theatrical experience as a whole. Read more about it after the jump. Read More »