As far as I know, the only difference between ATA33/66 and an ATA100/133 cable is that the latter has twice the number of wires. Every second one is a Ground wire, so it improves screening between the signal wires, and reduces electrical interference which may cause errors. This is nothing to worry about, as error correction will fix everything, but the cost of it is loss in speed. Your hard drive might have to resend information, and slow down a bit. The problem comes form the fact that DVD writer doesn't have that time for requesting the resend of the data in the middle of the 16x burn, so you end up with the coaster.
Overall, ATA33/66 cable should do fine for any current model DVD burner at maximum speed, but if anyone has doubts, go get an ATA100/133 cable, they are cheap enough, but probably overkill for burning.