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Sério que vocês acham TTRL tudo isso? Eu detesto tanto esse filme que tô pensando em comprar o  BD só para ter o prazer de passar com a roda do carro em cima dele. Se bem que daria para fazer isso com o DVD também, sairia mais barato.

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Sério que vocês acham TTRL tudo isso? Eu detesto tanto esse filme que tô pensando em comprar o  BD só para ter o prazer de passar com a roda do carro em cima dele. Se bem que daria para fazer isso com o DVD também' date=' sairia mais barato.[/quote']

 

Dos que eu vi acho o menos foda do Malick. Mas o menos foda dele já é uma OP do caralho.

 

E acho os filmes dele extremamente viscerais.

 

 

kakoserrano2010-05-05 23:42:59

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Convém informar' date=' porém, que a caixa do dvd de Videodrome (o da Criterion) é sensacional. É em formato de fita vhs (tamanho inclusive) com a etiqueta aludindo à fita usada no filme. Isso certamente a do bd não terá, porque as caixas hoje tão padronizadas... Enfim, nesse caso vai rolar o double dip, e vou ficar com o dvd (noutros, como 8 1/2 e Pierrot Le Fou, vendi o dvd).[/quote']

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Nunca vi essa edição em mãos, mas pela foto já parece muito criativa e bem feita. Tomara que façam algo semelhante no bd.

 

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Sério que vocês acham TTRL tudo isso? Eu detesto tanto esse filme que tô pensando em comprar o  BD só para ter o prazer de passar com a roda do carro em cima dele. Se bem que daria para fazer isso com o DVD também' date=' sairia mais barato.[/quote']

Dos que eu vi acho o menos foda do Malick. Mas o menos foda dele já é uma OP do caralho.

E acho os filmes dele extremamente viscerais.


 

Óbvio que são.

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Sou o único que gosta mais da batalha final de Ryan do que a abertura? No fim, já estamos familiarizados com os personagens, emocionalçmente investidos na narrativa, e coisas terríveis acontecem lá...

 

Dito isto, no entanto, a longa cena de batalha nos montes verdejantes de TTRL não fica muito atrás.

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Cremis os 30 primeiros minutos de Ryan não têm paralelo. O Spilba podia parar o filme ali e já seria perfeito é uma overdose de excelência, em tudo e ainda que o filme fique meio modorrento lá pelo meio a lembrança dos primeiros minutos segura a expectativa de quem assiste até o final.

 

 

 

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A batalha final de Ryan realmente é mais carregada de emoção por causa dos laços que criamos com os personagens, mas é que NADA poderia nos preparar para o impacto daquele desembarque. É um daqueles conceitos que, depois de aplicados, praticamente revogam tudo que já foi feito. Pra mim, é igual com o Coringa de The Dark Knight. Depois dele, todos os vilões viraram boring por default (tirando o Magneto...).

 

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Psycho 50th Anniversary Blu-ray Announced

 

Posted May 10, 2010 05:55 AM

by Juan

Calonge

 

 

 

 

 

 

Universal%20StudiosUniversal

Studios Home Entertainment has announced Alfred Hitchcock's horror

classic Psycho

for release on Blu-ray on October 19, in a "meticulously restored" 50th

Anniversary Edition, with a new 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio soundtrack (the

original mono audio track will be included as well). It will be

presented in a single-sided BD50. Psycho will also be honored

during its landmark anniversary by the upcoming 2010 Cannes Film

Festival.

 

 

 

Special features include:

  • Feature-length audio commentary with Stephen Rebello (Author of Alfred

    Hitchcock and the making of Psycho)

  • The Making of Psycho: A feature-length documentary on

    Hitchcock's most shocking film

  • In the Master's Shadow – Hitchcock's Legacy: Some of

    Hollywood's top filmmakers discuss Hitchcock's influence and why his

    movies continue to thrill audiences.

  • Hitchcock/Truffaut Interviews: Excerpts from a 1962 audio

    interview with Alfred Hitchcock.

  • Newsreel Footage: The Release of Psycho: Vintage newsreel on

    the unique policy Alfred Hitchcock insisted upon for the release of the

    film.

  • The Shower Scene: A look at the impact of music on the infamous

    "shower scene."

  • The Shower Scene: Storyboards by Saul Bass: Original storyboard

    design.

  • Production Notes: Read an essay on the making of the film.

  • The Psycho Archives: See the gallery of on-set photo stills

    from the film's production.

  • Posters and Psycho Ads: See a gallery of original posters and

    ads from the theatrical campaign.

  • Lobby Cards: View a gallery of promotional lobby cards from the

    film's theatrical campaign.

  • Behind-The-Scenes Photographs: View rare photos showing the

    cast and crew at work.

  • Psycho Sound: A never-before-seen piece that looks at the

    re-mastering process required to create a 5.1 mix from the original mono

    elements using Audionamix technology.

  • Theatrical Trailer: Watch the original promotional trailer from

    the film's theatrical campaign.

  • Re-Release Trailers: Watch the promotional trailer created for

    the re-release of the film.

 

 

 

The sound remastering process was started by Universal's in-house post

production sound facility started the re-mastering process with the

film's previously preserved and restored soundtrack to create a new 5.1

mix. BluWave then contracted Audionamix, a Paris-based audio technology

company, to split the original mono music source into quasi-orchestral

tracks. Audionamix, a leader in soundtrack separation, then applied

their breakthrough proprietary technology enabling BluWave to create a

discrete 5.1 split music mix. BluWave's creative talent gathered the

original sound effects from the Studios' extensive effects library and,

using these source materials, created a 5.1 up-mix to bring Psycho's

soundtrack up to the expectations of contemporary audiences while

maintaining the original integrity of the filmmaker's vision.

 

 

 

The mono audio track will also be available for viewers who want to

experience the film in its original form.

 

James and the Giant Peach Blu-ray Dated

 

Posted May 8, 2010 04:17 AM by

Juan

Calonge

 

 

 

 

 

 

Walt%20</p><p>Disney%20StudiosAn early

announcement to retailers indicates that Walt Disney Studios Home

Entertainment is set to release Henry Selick's animated movie James

and the Giant Peach on August 3. No release details are

available at the moment, other than the edition will consist of two

discs (which might very well be a BD and DVD).

 

 

 

Earlier this year (see blu-ray.com, January 15), a trailer

had appeared for this release, emphasizing that it would be "fully

restored and remastered."

 

 

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Saving

Private Ryan Blu-ray Audio Issue Confirmed

 

Posted May 12, 2010 06:18 AM by Juan

Calonge

 

Paramount

When Saving Private Ryan came out on Blu-ray, some enthusiasts

claimed that they noticed an audio issue with the movie and that,

starting at chapter 15, the sound went out of sync with the picture. Now

Paramount Home Entertainment has unofficially confirmed to The Digital

Bits that "there IS a sound sync issue on current copies." The studio is

reportedly working on fixed discs for retail, and is expected to

announce a replacement plan soon.

 

 

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The Player Announced on Blu-ray

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Posted May 12, 2010

04:43 AM by Juan

Calonge

 

11408_medium.jpgNew%20Line%20CinemaWarner Home Video has announced the New Line title The

Player

for release on Blu-ray on September 7. In this acclaimed,

cameo-filled 1992 thriller/satire, starring Tim Robbins, the late Robert Altman

takes a tongue-in-cheek look at Hollywood and studio executives.

 

Special

features include:

  • Commentary by director Robert Altman and writer Michael Tolkin

  • Additional scenes

  • Featurette: One-on-One with Robert Altman

  • Theatrical trailer

 

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Crumb%20Criterion%20Blu-Ray

Crumb


Terry Zwigoff


1994


120 minutes


Color


1.33:1


English



Terry Zwigoff’s landmark 1995 film is an intimate documentary portrait of
underground artist Robert Crumb, whose unique drawing style and sexually and
racially provocative subject matter have made him a household name in popular
American art.



10 Aug 2010


Criterion


Blu-Ray


1 Disc


SRP: $39.95


Criterion Store Price


$31.96


Not Available. Contact [email protected]

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Black%20Orpheus%20Criterion%20Blu-Ray

Black Orpheus


Marcel Camus


1959


107 minutes


Color


1.33:1


Portuguese



Black Orpheus retells the myth of Orpheus and Eurydice against the
madness of Carnival in Rio de Janeiro. With its magnificent color photography
and lively soundtrack, this film brought the infectious bossa nova beat to the
United States.



17 Aug 2010


Criterion


Blu-Ray


1 Disc


SRP: $39.95


Criterion Store Price


$31.96


Not Available. Contact [email protected]


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Se7en Announced on Blu-ray for September

 

Posted May 17, 2010 10:24 AM

by Juan

Calonge

 

 

 

 

 

 

7743_medium.jpgWarner Home Video has

announced the Blu-ray release of the New Line title Se7en

(also known as Seven) for September 14. This Blu-ray edition,

supervised by director David Fincher, will come in DigiBook form, with a

32-page booklet containing information and photos on the making of the

movie, and a special look at its alternate endings.

 

 

 

Special features include:

  • Four audio commentary tracks:

    • Stars commentary, with director David Fincher and actors Brad Pitt

      and Morgan Freeman

    • Story commentary, with Fincher, author Richard Dyer,

      screenwriter Andrew Kevin Walker, editor Richard Francis-Bruce and New

      Line president of production Michael De Luca

    • Picture commentary, with Fincher, director of photography

      Darius Khondji, production designer Arthur Max, editor Richard

      Francis-Bruce and author Richard Dyer

    • Sound commentary, with Fincher, sound designer Ren Klyce,

      composer Howard Shore and author Richard Dyer

  • Additional/extended scenes

  • Alternate endings

  • Exploration of the opening title sequence from multiple video

    angles with various audio mixes and two commentary tracks

  • Production design and still photographs with commentaries

  • The Notebooks: Full motion video details "John Doe´s" writings

  • Theatrical trailer

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The Breakfast Club Announced on Blu-ray

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Posted May 18, 2010 10:46 AM

by Juan

Calonge

 

 

 

 

 

 

Universal%20StudiosUniversal

Studios Home Entertainment has announced The

Breakfast Club for release on Blu-ray on August 3. When it was

released 25 years ago, this movie, written and directed by John Hughes,

quickly became the definitive teen film of the 1980s and remains as

moving and poignant today as it was 25 years ago.

 

 

 

Special features include:

  • Feature commentary with Judd Nelson and Anthony Michael Hall

  • Sincerely Yours: a 12-part documentary with Judd Nelson,

    Anthony Michael Hall, Ally Sheedy and other cast members as they

    reflect on the making of The Breakfast Club. Revisit these

    unforgettable characters and hear filmmakers such as Amy Heckerling and

    Diablo Cody discuss the cultural resonance of the film.

  • The most convenient definitions – The origins of the Brat

    Pack: cast members, journalists and film historians discuss the

    "Brat Pack" label and its impact on pop culture and the group's careers.

  • Theatrical trailer

  • My scenes

  • BD-Live

 

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Com dublagem e legenda em português, mas na Alemanha. Em Junho:

 

 

 

EAN: 4010232050380  Titel: Predator - Ultimate Hunter Edition - Blu-Ray-Cover

 

 

Áudio:

 

Dolby Digital 5.1 em espanhol;
Dolby Digital 4.0 em Inglês;
DTS Digital 5.1 em alemão;
Dolby Digital 5.1 em português;
DTS 5.1 Digital em italiano;
DTS Digital 5.1 em francês;
DTS Digital 5.1 em espanhol;
DTS-HD Master Áudio 5.1 em inglês

Legendas:
Inglês para deficientes auditivos, francês, espanhol, holandês, dinamarquês, sueco, finlandês, norueguês, italiano,
português

Extras:

 

Predadores – Preview;
Predator: A evolução de uma raça – Caçadores com Extrema Perfeição;
Comentários em áudio do diretor John McTiernan;
Comentários em texto do Historiador de Cinema Eric Lichtenfeld;
Se ele sangra, podemos matá-lo: Making of de O Predador;
Nos Bastidores de O Predador;
Efeitos especiais com “Traje Vermelho”;
Efeitos Especiais de O Predador;
Short shots;
4 Cenas excluídas & Outtakes;
2 Trailers originais;
Galeria de Fotos;
Perfil dos Predadores

O Bd já havia sido lançado pela Fox lá fora mas com imagem pífia e com apenas 25GB esta aqui tem 50GB em camada dupla e muito mais extras.

 

Por enquanto sem previsão de aportar por aqui.

 

Dica: BlogdoJotacê

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Psycho 50th Anniversary Blu-ray Announced


Posted May 10, 2010 05:55 AM by Juan Calonge




Universal%20StudiosUniversal Studios Home Entertainment has announced Alfred Hitchcock's horror classic Psycho for release on Blu-ray on October 19, in a "meticulously restored" 50th Anniversary Edition, with a new 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio soundtrack (the original mono audio track will be included as well). It will be presented in a single-sided BD50. Psycho will also be honored during its landmark anniversary by the upcoming 2010 Cannes Film Festival.

Special features include:

Feature-length audio commentary with Stephen Rebello (Author of Alfred Hitchcock and the making of Psycho)

The Making of Psycho: A feature-length documentary on Hitchcock's most shocking film

In the Master's Shadow – Hitchcock's Legacy: Some of Hollywood's top filmmakers discuss Hitchcock's influence and why his movies continue to thrill audiences.

Hitchcock/Truffaut Interviews: Excerpts from a 1962 audio interview with Alfred Hitchcock.

Newsreel Footage: The Release of Psycho: Vintage newsreel on the unique policy Alfred Hitchcock insisted upon for the release of the film.

The Shower Scene: A look at the impact of music on the infamous "shower scene."

The Shower Scene: Storyboards by Saul Bass: Original storyboard design.

Production Notes: Read an essay on the making of the film.

The Psycho Archives: See the gallery of on-set photo stills from the film's production.

Posters and Psycho Ads: See a gallery of original posters and ads from the theatrical campaign.

Lobby Cards: View a gallery of promotional lobby cards from the film's theatrical campaign.

Behind-The-Scenes Photographs: View rare photos showing the cast and crew at work.

Psycho Sound: A never-before-seen piece that looks at the re-mastering process required to create a 5.1 mix from the original mono elements using Audionamix technology.

Theatrical Trailer: Watch the original promotional trailer from the film's theatrical campaign.

Re-Release Trailers: Watch the promotional trailer created for the re-release of the film.

The sound remastering process was started by Universal's in-house post production sound facility started the re-mastering process with the film's previously preserved and restored soundtrack to create a new 5.1 mix. BluWave then contracted Audionamix, a Paris-based audio technology company, to split the original mono music source into quasi-orchestral tracks. Audionamix, a leader in soundtrack separation, then applied their breakthrough proprietary technology enabling BluWave to create a discrete 5.1 split music mix. BluWave's creative talent gathered the original sound effects from the Studios' extensive effects library and, using these source materials, created a 5.1 up-mix to bring Psycho's soundtrack up to the expectations of contemporary audiences while maintaining the original integrity of the filmmaker's vision.

The mono audio track will also be available for viewers who want to experience the film in its original form.

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Já viram o cover?

 

 

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Eca...

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