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Nunca me interessei pelos BD's da Criterion porque não tinham legendas em português mas agora, sendo um feliz proprietário do BDP-140 da Pioneer posso me dar ao desfrute, em média custam quanto? Quem sabe não farei uma comprinha em breve?  B)

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Nunca me interessei pelos BD's da Criterion porque não tinham legendas em português mas agora, sendo um feliz proprietário do BDP-140 da Pioneer posso me dar ao desfrute, em média custam quanto? Quem sabe não farei uma comprinha em breve?  B)

 

Prepare o bolso. São caros. De 22 a 36 dólares.

 

Eu só compro 2x por ano: em julho e novembro, quando há saldão da coleção no site Barnes & Noble.

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Essas coisas não acontecem na SARAIVA e na FNAC aqui...  :(

 

Saraiva está com uma promo melhor ainda, 5 BD's por 99.90, pedindo para entregar na loja é frete grátis. Fnac física tem muita coisa por 15,90 e até por 11,90, claro que tudo depende daquela garimpada básica.

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The Best Years of Our Lives Blu-ray    

Posted July 10, 2013 01:31 PM by Webmaster

 

      64498_medium.jpgWarnernew.jpgWarner Bros. Home Entertainment has announced the Blu-ray release of William Wyler's The Best Years of Our Lives, starring Fredric March, Dana Andrews, Harold Russell and Myrna Loy. The Academy Award-winning 1946 classic is set to arrive on Blu-ray on November 5th.

 

Synopsis: Released just after the end of WWII and winning seven Oscars, including Best Picture, Best Actor (Frederic March) and Best Director (William Wyler), the film captures the impact on the lives of returning war veterans Captain Fred Derry (Dana Andrews), who's returning to a loveless marriage; Sergeant Al Stephenson (Fredric March), a stranger to a family that's grown up without him; and young sailor Homer Parrish (Harold Russell), tormented by the loss of his hands. Can these three men find the courage to rebuild their world? Or are the best years of their lives a thing of the past?

 

Warner has yet to detail technical specifications or special features.

 

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“Unforgettable. A movie to haunt your memory.”

—CBS Morning News

 

THE KILLING FIELDS 
CELEBRATES 30TH ANNIVERSARY 
WITH BLU-RAY™ DEBUT JANUARY 7

 

36-page Blu-ray Book Packaging for Movie Bestowed with SevenOscar® Nominations and Three Wins

 

BURBANK, Calif., September 9, 2013 – In celebration of its 30th anniversary, The Killing Fields, the haunting war story based on true events from the 1975 Khmer Rouge takeover of Cambodia, will make its Blu-ray™ HD debut on January 7. Warner Bros. Home Entertainment (WBHE) is releasing the film, which stars Sam Waterston (TV’s “The Newsroom”), Haing S. Ngor (Heaven & Earth), and John Malkovich (In the Line of Fire). The Killing Fields was directed by Roland Joffé (The Mission) and produced by David Puttnam (Chariots of Fire).

 

The Killing Fields won three Oscars® (1984) for Best Supporting Actor (Ngor), Best Cinematography (Chris Menges) and Best Editing (Jim Clark) as well as nominations for Best Picture, Best Screenplay (Bruce Robinson), Best Director (Roland Joffé) and Best Actor in a Leading Role (Waterston).

 

WBHE will release The Killing Fields in a premium 36-page Blu-ray book ($27.98 SRP), which includes rare photos, production notes and other material.

 

Synopsis:

This emotional and brutally honest true story follows Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times reporter Sydney Schanberg (Waterston), who remains in Cambodia in 1975 after the government falls. He convinces his friend and translator Dith Pran (Ngor) to stay with him to report on the bloodbath perpetrated by one of the most brutal regimes of the 20th century and on the United States' role in precipitating the horror. The two continue to work until the Khmer Rouge, the terrorist government that killed nearly 3 million, arrests them. Schanberg is eventually released and returns to New York. Pran is sent for execution but barely manages a daring escape from the killing fields and from Cambodia. With the help of Schanberg, Pran emigrates to the U.S. and becomes a staff photographer for the New York Times.

 

Special Features: 

  • Commentary by director Roland Joffé
  • Theatrical trailer

 

The Killing Fields 30th Anniversary Edition Blu-ray™

Rating:  R

Run Time:  141 min.

Street Date:  January 7, 2014

Order Date:  December 3, 2013

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