Jaws (Blu-ray + Digital Copy + UV Copy)

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Jaws (Blu-ray + Digital Copy + UV Copy)

Jaws (Blu-ray + Digital Copy + UV Copy)

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As an added bonus for Blu-ray fans, Universal also included the long-gestating documentary, The Shark is Still Working. The sound of the boat rocking during the USS Indianapolis speech, all the original audio is right there, but the surrounds get a great workout with the new audio, and it's absolutely memorizing. Vérifiez bien q'une version française est proposée , car lorsque on ne choisi pas le premier produit présenté sur le site cela n'est plus automatique .

surround sound, the JAWS Blu-ray Combo Pack with DVD, Digital Copy (compatible with iTunes®, iPad®, iPhone®, iPod touch, Android or online retail partners) and UltraViolet. déconseillée donc , à fortiori si vous avez vu dans le passé la version avec le doublage " original " . I have seen Jaws in many incarnations : broadcast TV, taped-off-TV, widescreen VHS, DVD, ancient 35mm print, brand new digital print, and now Blu-ray. And if you haven't seen the film yet, you really haven't experienced classic popcorn cinema at its very finest.Dialogue sticks mainly to the fronts with some stereo effects between the speakers while John Williams’ score fills in all of the speakers cleanly and naturally, almost like the orchestra is there with you, and the lower frequency delivers a strong amount of bass. Jaws: The Restoration is a very interesting piece detailing how Universal repaired the original negative for the new 4k 2012 re-release. Universal Pictures Home Entertainment will celebrate the 45th anniversary of Steven Spielberg's Jaws with a brand new 4K Blu-ray release of the film, which will be available for purchase on June 2.

In terms of supplements this isn’t a huge upgrade over previous editions, but we still get a solid set of material. I'm not going to shame myself with exact details here, but suffice to say, the dialogue is crispy and crystal clear. Overall it's an extremely solid video presentation that those of you with a nice big fat projector will absolutely love. As a kid from a slum, when I first saw the Chief's car driving along the beach road at the beginning of the movie I turned to my friend watching with me and told him that one day I would get out of the ghetto and live in a place just like Amity Island and strangely enough, I happen to live now in the very place where the underwater shots of the real shark attacking the cage was shot - Port Lincoln South Australia - a place that looks quite a lot like ole Amity - Weird or what, right? The footage is made of short deleted scenes or extended bits that either lead into or follow other segments that are in the film.Blu-ray brings this The Making of Jaws (SD, 123 min) — The original documentary about the history of the production which was originally made for the Signature Collection laserdisc. com is an Introducer Appointed Representative of Pay4Later Limited, trading as Deko, which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FRN 728646). All of the galleries are set up to allow you to scroll through each item or you can just let it play through on its own like a slideshow.

And if weren't for Jaws, we'd probably have less environmentalists, biologists and ichthyologists out there protecting the fish that Chief Brody (Roy Scheider), Matt Hooper (Richard Dreyfuss) and rugged fisherman Quint (Robert Shaw) tried so desperately to kill. and an absolute boat-load of extras, you'd be absolutely crazy not to add this Blu-ray to your collection, even if it's already in there on DVD. Universal Pictures' release of the film to over 450 screens was an exceptionally wide release for a major studio picture at the time, and it was accompanied by an extensive marketing campaign that heavily emphasized television spots and tie-in merchandise. We use cookies to give you the best possible experience on our site, provide personalised content and advertising, analyse our traffic, and ensure you see more of what you love. This is how I want classic movies to look on Blu-ray, clean, stable and crystal clear transfers that respect the original intent of the film and with the same ethos applied to upgrading the audio.

remix obviously received, and it’s unfortunately not a lossless track, but it still sounds clean with intelligible dialogue, presenting no issues worth noting.

And Roy Scheider's police chief Brody is just as unforgettable, a city outsider forced to confront his fear of water. Show me the way to go home; I'm tired and I want to go to bed; well, I had a little drink about an hour ago and it's gone right to my head, no matter where I roam, through land or sea or foam; you will always hear me singing a song; show me the way to go home.It meant that they had to be creative with how the shark was portrayed, and it also meant that the characters have a much larger focus in this film than they would have had, if the effects had worked. news is they also tend to utilize some licensed releases that offer solid technical merits and appealing on disc supplements. Richard Dreyfuss brings a winsome, affable personality to the privileged scientist, a conventional persona of B-genre he makes into his own. Steven Spielberg’s Jaws makes its Blu-ray debut from Universal Home Entertainment in its original aspect ratio of 2. Black levels are true and often sumptuous in several areas with excellent delineation of the various gradations and small background objects hiding in the shadows.



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