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Pois é, essa é a grande "vantagem" de serviços de streaming, compras feitas no Kindle, enfim, tudo que fica na nuvem: https://www1.tecnoblog.net/2009/jovem-processa-amazon-por-pegar-livro-de-volta/

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Sobre Avatar ao menos Cameron prometeu o que cumpriu, apesar do disco simples os reviews são unânimes: O som e a imagem do filme são de arrasar os caps inciais mostram que mesmo em 2D a profundidade de campo das imagens são excelentes:

 

 

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Tanto o americano quanto o steelbook do Reino Unido (aqui áudio também) têm legendas em PT-BR. 

 

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Alguém pode me explicar porque o o box do Senhor dos Anéis é tão criticado?

 

Porque eles usaram o master do VHS? 06

 

Renato dizem as más línguas (e as boas também) que a imagem está pior do que o dvd, por aí você pode ter uma idéia...

 

 
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Branagh's

Hamlet on Blu-ray in August

 

Posted April 19, 2010 11:05 AM by

Juan Calonge

 

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Confirming earlier reports, Warner Home Video will release Hamlet

on Blu-ray on August 17. This 1996 four-hour adaptation of William

Shakespeare's world-famous tragedy, directed by Kenneth Branagh with an

all-star cast, was the last narrative film shot on 65mm film stock. It

will be presented in a Digibook edition.

 

 

 

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Remember

Me on Blu-ray in June

 

Posted April 19, 2010 10:52 AM by

Juan Calonge

 

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Summit Entertainment has announced Remember Me for release on

Blu-ray on June 22. This romantic drama, starring Robert Pattinson as a

rebellious, tragedy-stricken young man in New York City, failed to

attract the Twilight demographic when it opened last February.

 

 

 

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Shutter

Island Blu-ray for June 8

 

Posted April 19, 2010 10:17 AM by

Juan Calonge

 

Paramount

Paramount Home Entertainment has announced that it will release Martin

Scorsese's Shutter Island on Blu-ray on June 8. No edition

details or special features are available at the moment. This

psychological thriller, based on a novel of the same title by Dennis

Lehane, performed unexpectedly well at the box office, with $125 million

in revenue.

 

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Sci-fi Blu-ray Wave from Warner Coming Up

 

Posted April 22, 2010 05:09 AM

by Juan

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Warner%20</p><p>Bros.An early announcement

to UK retailers reveals that Warner Home Video will release a wave of

movies on Blu-ray in September, most of them from the science-fiction

genre. On September 20, it will release The

Exorcist, Forbidden

Planet, Lost

in Space, Mars

Attacks! and Rush

Hour. A week later, the studio will release THX 1138

and Timecop.

 

 

 

Some of these titles may also be released around the same time in the

US, but not necessarily all. Note that Timecop is a Universal

title in the US.

Warner Announces Comedies on Blu-ray for August

 

Posted April 22, 2010 04:42 AM

by Juan

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9457_medium.jpgWarner%20Bros.8883_medium.jpg8884_medium.jpgWarner Home Video has announced

three comedy movies for release on Blu-ray on August 10: Peter

Bogdanovich's 1972 hit What's

Up, Doc? and two 1980s Chevy Chase vehicles, National

Lampoon's Vacation and National

Lampoon's European Vacation. Note that the latter two will be

released separately, rather than in the double-feature edition WHV has

been favoring of late.

 

 

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"Avatar" bate recorde em seu primeiro dia em home video

 

O Dia da Terra acabou sendo o Dia de Pandora para os lojistas na terça-feira, quando 4 milhões de cópias  de "Avatar" foram vendidas, sendo 1.5 milhão em Blu-ray - um recorde. O recorde anterior em Blu-ray era de "Batman - O Cavaleiro Das Trevas" com 600 mil cópias.

Enquanto alguns analistas se perguntavam se as vendas em home video decolariam sem ser em 3D, na terça-feira resenhas elogiavam o visual geral do filme na telinha, várias usando o termo "maravilhoso". [...]

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StudioCanal Blu-ray Titles in September

 

Posted April 26, 2010 03:23 PM

by Juan

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11184_medium.jpgStudio%20</p><p>Canal11187_medium.jpgOn its Facebook page, Optimum

Home Entertainment has revealed that it will release six titles on

Blu-ray in September as part of the StudioCanal Collection: Le

cercle rouge (Jean-Pierre Melville, 1970); Delicatessen

(Jean-Pierre Jeunet and Marc Caro, 1991), The

Graduate (Mike Nichols, 1967), Mulholland

Drive (David Lynch, 2001), The

Pianist (Roman Polanski, 2002) and The

Third Man (Carol Reed, 1949).

 

 

Edition details are still unknown, other than they will be

presented in Blu-ray books.

 

 

 

Additionally, the studio has confirmed that Jean-Luc Godard's Breathless

(À bout de souffle), which only had been released in France

and Germany

in February, will also be available in the UK in September.

 

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Ben-Hur and Citizen Kane DVDs Vaulted, Blu-ray in 2011

 

Posted April 28, 2010 03:51 AM

by Juan

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Warner%20</p><p>Bros.Warner Home Video has

announced a moratorium initiative in North America for two of its

best-selling titles. As of May 10, the DVD of Citizen

Kane will be pulled from shelves; in July 12, Ben-Hur

will follow. Both films are undergoing comprehensive restorations in

preparation for their return in 2011 – now on Blu-ray.

 

 

 

Jeff Baker, Warner's Executive Vice President and General Manager,

Theatrical Catalog stated, "As in the past, Warner Home Video is, once

again, placing two of our 'event' titles on moratorium 12-18 months in

advance of major re-releases." He added: "We know that it will be worth

the wait, as significant content additions are being developed, and Ben-Hur,

in particular, has been selected to receive the Ultimate Collectors

Edition treatment, reminiscent of The

Wizard of Oz, Gone

with the Wind and Woodstock,

which celebrated anniversaries in 2009."

 

 

 

Last year, WHV put three movies in moratorium: Caddyshack,

Doctor

Zhivago and The Exorcist

(see blu-ray.com, August

7, 2009). The first two have already been announced on Blu-ray; the

third is expected to be announced later in the year.

 

 

 

Note that Ben-Hur had appeared in a provisional release schedule

for 2010 (see blu-ray.com, January 27).

 

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Classic King Kong Coming to Blu-ray in 2010

 

Posted April 29, 2010 04:28 AM

by Juan

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Warner%20</p><p>Bros.During the TCM Classic

Film Festival, held recently in Los Angeles, renowned film critic

Leonard Maltin introduced a new digital restoration of the 1933 classic King

Kong, which was shown at Grauman's Chinese Theater. Maltin later

revealed in his blog that this restoration will "yield a Blu-ray home

video release later this year."

 

 

 

Maltin also commented that the film looked "magnificent" on the "huge"

theater screen. "Best of all," he added, "it didn't have the look of a

spruced-up video: it was as if we were watching a pristine 35mm print.

And it was preceded by Max Steiner's original overture."

Warner!16

 

 

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