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

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While many elements of these documentaries are generally covered elsewhere on the two included documentaries, it would have been nice to see the complete collection.

I thought it would be just more rehash from The Making Of; but oh how wrong I was - this doco alone is worth the upgrade, we get to see a lot more behind the scenes as well as getting to hear some current directors talk about how much of an impact this movie made on them and their careers; wonderful stuff. So fear not, Jaws on Blu-ray looks great, despite some unfortunately unfixable issues born from the original negative. It's hard to believe Spielberg would go on to become a director known for his tight, concise productions that stay on budget, and follow the storyboards to a tee.Running around 122-minutes, the documentary gathers together various members of the cast and crew to talk about the film, which had a difficult production history, from finding the right people to make the film, to shooting on water, and then the fact the mechanical shark just would not work.

The disc autoplays a trailer for Universal’s 100th Anniversary before a language select screen loads the animated menu. 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 .

Universal’s Blu-ray carries over most of everything found on the previous DVD and laserdisc editions, starting with a collection of deleted scenes and outtakes. Detail levels are excellent, and the movie looks properly filmic, with a discreet level of film grain.

It shows he values the photography of Bill Butler and is aware of the importance of John Williams's minimalist score, an iconic theme all unto itself, for building fear and anticipation. With its massive, record-breaking success, 'Jaws' also inadvertently marks the end of the New Hollywood era, that brief period of time when studios were more willing to take a chance on some rather experimental films made with a film-school educated mentality and featuring a variety of countercultural themes. To commemorate Universal's 100th Anniversary, the studio has interestingly decided to re-release 'Jaws' on DVD, coinciding with the Blu-ray, but opted not to include all the special features seen in the previous two movie anniversary releases. I loved the movie and still consider it to be one of the most perfect movies ever made, great, mind blowing opening, and great pace, characters you care about, funny, frightening, and suspenseful with a great ending that makes you want to jump up and down on your chair and cheer. After a shark attack near Amity Island, Police Chief Brody wants to close the beaches, but is overruled by the Mayor, as the 4th of July celebrations will be disrupted, losing essential revenue.When Ben Gardener made his unexpected appearance from the jagged hole, I shot clear out of my seat as my heart jumped right out of my shrieking lungs; the timing, o boy, the timing of that appearance was sheer brilliance and from that moment on, whenever there was water on screen, even a slither of it, I was all bunched up in tension with my eyes darting all over just to make sure that monster was not about to suddenly pop from out of the screen to chomp on me. The Jaws Blu-ray DVD is the most up-to-date version of Jaws yet, and was released on August 14th, 2012. 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.

The color palette receives a generous boost without feeling artificial, especially in the bold primaries. Bruce the Shark, in particular, shows a few scars not seen before, and its fish skin is looking especially slimmer and smoother than ever. La que se estrenó en cine y el doblaje nuevo en su remasterizado ( personalmente prefiero la antigua). 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. That’s what this film is, truly timeless, as effective a piece of suspense now, despite my having watched it several times, as it was the first time I saw it.New police chief Martin Brody wants to close the beaches but the greed of local business owners keeps the meaty flesh of human on the sand and beneath the sun. It stars Roy Scheider as police chief Martin Brody, who, with the help of a marine biologist (Richard Dreyfuss) and a professional shark hunter (Robert Shaw), hunts a man-eating great white shark that attacks beachgoers at a summer resort town. This segment ends with recognition for Robert Shaw, and some anecdotes about how Shaw picked on Dreyfus on set, constantly goading him and pointing out his failings. The entire restoration process was conducted in conjunction with Steven Spielberg and Amblin Entertainment’s post-production team to ensure the integrity of Spielberg’s original vision remained intact.

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