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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Pretty standard stuff showing some of the difficulties on the set (all covered in the other documentaries) but I found it a nice addition simply for Spielberg’s conversation about his film The Sugarland Express. Theres a lot of behind the scenes footage, and discussion about Spielberg being so young and relatively unknown. But here, where I suspect a newer recording of the score was used and some sound effects may have been newly recorded, everything blends nicely with the original voice recordings. Some lines in the movie have stuck in my head over the years I've seen the movie that many times, so imagine my surprise when I realised what I thought they'd said, was in fact something entirely different. Sadly, this segment informed me how the Orca, the famous ship, was eventually chopped up for timbre.

This is not to imply that 'Jaws' doesn't offer any interesting filmmaking techniques or display any creative methods which impress on the same level of caliber and skill. Needless to say, Jaws blew me out of my seat and when I had my first glimpse of what a grey goldfish the size of a bus with knives for teeth looked like up close on the big screen I told myself never ever to set foot in the ocean. Thankfully, Universal Studios dedicates ridiculous time and effort to preservation of footage, so the restoration process was hoped to be pretty easy. Previous versions I've seen, even the original theatrical prints re-released in my local cinema a few years back had a terrible washed out look to them.

Unruly edge enhancement and DNR are nowhere to be found which is comforting, as the risk of terrible shimmering effects with water when the footage is treated with any kind of enhancement is significant. Purists have lamented the absence of the original mono soundtrack though from previous UK DVD releases, and finally this Blu-ray disc remedies that, as it also has the original theatrical mono for English, French, Italian and Spanish in the DTS 2. Browse Titles: Users will have access to a complete list of pocket BLU-enabled titles available and coming to Blu-ray.

This is a good chance to compare the restoration of the Blu-ray with the originally presented footage. The thinly-layered grain structure is a tad thicker and more pronounced in the dimly-lit sequences, which is to be expected and natural.There are some fuzzy moments I blame more on what are more than likely optical effects or possibly matte paintings, but as a whole the image remains crisp and heavily detailed, as best presented in Quint’s sweaters and the many imperfections on his boat. However, the mounting body count cannot be ignored, so Brody heads off on a shark hunt accompanied by marine biologist Matt Hooper (Richard Dreyfuss) and veteran fisherman (Robert Shaw).

They have given the soundtrack a new lease of life, and it's as heart-stoppingly frightening as it ever was. Steven Spielberg’s Jaws makes its Blu-ray debut from Universal Home Entertainment in its original aspect ratio of 2. After a shark got caught in the wiring on top of the cage one day and began thrashing around wildly, tearing the cage to pieces, they never got Karl in the water again. I'm not going to shame myself with exact details here, but suffice to say, the dialogue is crispy and crystal clear. J'ai pu éviter le piège du DVD avec la dernière mouture de doublage Français qui il semblerait est horrible , grâce aux commentaires des acheteurs ( que je remercie ) .Theres also a snippet from a heartfelt interview with the actor Jay Mello who played Sean Brody, Chief Brody's youngest son, about the untimely passing of Chris Rubello who played Chief Brody's eldest son, Michael. From the Set is a contemporary making of featurette from 1974, with a decent interview with Steven Spielberg.

Bruce the Shark, in particular, shows a few scars not seen before, and its fish skin is looking especially slimmer and smoother than ever. On peut vérifier sur les détails car dans ce cas là il doit être mentionné audio français bien sur , mais en MONO , pas en 5.

After all, everyone knows Jaws, even if they haven’t seen it, just a few bars of John Williams’ score will evoke that sense of maritime dread that kept millions away from the beaches following this film. Spielberg, too, comes from a film-school background and approach, although his career took off before he actually completed his education. When the seaside community of Amity finds itself under attack by a dangerous great white shark, the town's chief of police (Roy Scheider), a young marine biologist (Richard Dreyfuss) and a grizzled shark hunter (Robert Shaw) embark on a desperate quest to destroy the beast before it strikes again. But more than 35 years later it's still hard to fathom how it all came together and how a classic was born from such terrible, wicked conditions.



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