Indiana Jones: The Complete Adventures [Blu-ray] [1981] [Region Free]

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Indiana Jones: The Complete Adventures [Blu-ray] [1981] [Region Free]

Indiana Jones: The Complete Adventures [Blu-ray] [1981] [Region Free]

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Join the legendary hero Indiana Jones (Harrison Ford) in one of the greatest screen adventures of all time now on Blu-ray. Accompanied by his feisty, independent ex-flame Marion Ravenwood (Karen Allen), the two-fisted archaeologist embarks on a thrilling quest to locate the mystical Ark of the Covenant. Indy must discover the Ark before the Nazis do, and he has to survive poison, traps, snakes and treachery to do so. Explore the darkest jungles of South America, the bustling marketplaces of Cairo, and a top-secret submarine base with Indiana Jones as your guide to adventure. And finally witness the power of the Lost Ark unleashed as Indy stays one step ahead of the Nazis in this classic treasure. Released: 7th June 2021. Relive the unforgettable exploits of world-renowned, globetrotting hero Indiana Jones in spectacular 4K Ultra HD when the INDIANA JONES 4-MOVIE COLLECTION arrives in a new 4K Ultra HD + Blu-ray™ set from Lucasfilm Ltd. and Paramount Home Entertainment.

This is the biggest of the retrospective docs that were put together for the previous DVD collection. Everyone involved gets to reminisce about the production, and the classic is broken down from conception and story, through the shooting, the stunts and the FX, to the release and the lasting legacy. Now, for the first time ever, all four films are available together in 4K Ultra HD with Dolby Vision® and HDR-10 for ultra-vivid picture quality and state-of-the-art Dolby Atmos® audio*. Each film has been meticulously remastered from 4K scans of the original negatives with extensive visual effects work done to ensure the most pristine and highest quality image. All picture work was approved by director Steven Spielberg. However, for all of the above, there are traces of digital filtering across all four 4K encodes. It’s certainly not excessive and the majority of viewers probably won’t notice it at all, but tell-tale instances of frozen grain and posterisation will be sure to catch the attention of eagle-eyed home cinema-hedz. But even while these 4K encodes are not quite perfect, they come bloody close and are by far the best these movies have ever looked. The INDIANA JONES 4-MOVIE COLLECTION includes nine discs in the set. Each film is presented on 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Disc with original theatrical trailers and on standard Blu-ray™. The set includes an additional Blu-ray™ with seven hours of previously released bonus content. INDIANA JONES AND THE RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK

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The disc’s menus are once more identical to those on the previous Blu-ray release. The disc includes the following extras: A film that attracted no shortage of controversy in the UK on its original release, submarine thriller U-571 earned ire for its rewriting of World War II history. Starring Matthew McConaughey and the late Bill [...] In the debate about whether to watch Indiana Jones 5 in theaters or wait for streaming, TG's Rory Mellon says Indiana Jones 5 is "definitely a movie that can wait." Indiana Jones 5 Digital Release Bonus Content Dial of Destiny's digital release will come with a five-part behind-the-scenes making-of documentary. Here's what the featurettes will cover:

Born in 1978, Micajah McGregor is a seasoned editor with a passion for all things entertainment. He graduated from the University of Southern California in 2000 with a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism and a minor in Film Studies. Shortly after, he began his career as an assistant editor for “PopCulture Pulse,” a renowned pop culture magazine, where he honed his skills for a decade. The Making of Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981 documentary previously unavailable on DVD) This runs for just shy of an hour, and although of clearly inferior quality, offers us a lot of insight into what gave Lucas, Spielberg and Frank Marshal the impetus, vision and passion to create such a roller-coaster of a film and such a daring new hero. No issues with dialogue, directionality or score. This one thunders along with just as much intensity as its predecessor, employing the full speaker set-up with absolute precision and a furious desire to engage the viewer in the onscreen action. I love the directionality and clarity of the popping cork and disguised gunshot in the Club Obi-Wan. More good stuff to found here. Same vein as before. The story, the casting, the shot and the stunts. There was more humour in this one, and this was naturally a deliberate choice after the grim antics of Doom. Connery reveals that his closest scene with “Junior”on the Zeppelin was performed with both himself and Ford sans trousers beneath the table, and the trials of shooting the tank scene – which was typically very slow moving when compared to the charging horse – is also given some detailed analysis.

Indy's 4K SteelBook collection ships in a rather flimsy outer slip box measuring approximately 7" tall, 5.5" wide, and just a shade over 3" Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989) followed five years later. While the plot (involving Nazis and the hunt for the Holy Grail) can feel like a retread of Raiders… at times, the arrival of Sean Connery as Indy’s father not only serves to add some more depth to Harrison’s character, but also results in some terrific comedic moments. Musical clarity for all four films is exemplary with the detail of Williams’ lush and complex orchestration finding deliberate spacing and separation and finite detail afforded the exotic percussion, the celestial qualities of the harp and the more delicate specialised use of the strings and the woodwinds. Each score now sounds better and more enveloping than ever before.

Micajah’s insights have been featured in industry-leading publications like ‘The Hollywood Reporter’ and ‘Variety.’ In 2018, his dedication to digital journalism was recognized when he was awarded the ‘Digital Editor of the Year’ by the Entertainment Writers’ Association. He’s also an active member of the Entertainment Journalists’ Guild and frequently serves on panels discussing the future of digital entertainment journalism. Standouts for wraparound would be the roiling heavens and thunder and lightning bolts above the Well of Souls and the fury and Nazi-damning powers of God during the Ark opening ceremony. You can really hear the voices spirit swirling around the speakers now. Chapter 4 – Sicily – Meet Renaldo (Antonio Banderas) as he guides our heroes on a perilous underwater treasure hunt! Catch up with Harrison Ford and Phoebe Waller-Bridge on location in Sicily and explore the caverns, traps, and bugs surrounding Archimedes’ tomb!The Criterion Collection confirms that Ridley Scott's Thelma & Louise is getting a 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray release in the UK. Now this is more like it. Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade is not only a better film than Temple of Doom, it’s arguably the second best film in this franchise to date. It seems that you just can’t have a great Indy film without a Nazi menace, so they do indeed return to keep up with (and torment) the Joneses. Once more, the story features an iconic relic of antiquity imbued with divine power. And two of the franchise’s best supporting characters, Sallah and Brody, are along for the ride this time to add to the fun. But the highlight of this film is unquestionably Sean Connery, who serves as the perfect comic foil for Harrison Ford’s deadpan delivery and accidental action hero performance. The two actors play off one another beautifully, with Connery stealing scene after scene. The film’s set pieces—including a boat chase, a zeppelin escape, and a struggle abroad a World War I tank—are thrilling. Spielberg’s direction and pacing are far more brisk, and composer John Williams delivers a score that’s at once brassy, but also more personal. The Last Crusade is not quite on the same level as the original film, but it’s definitely a welcome return to form for the series. The new English Dolby Atmos mix from Ben Burtt delights yet again here. As with the earlier films, the soundstage is big and wide up front, with expansive use of the surround and height channels for immersion. Dialogue is clean, Williams’ score is offered in outstanding fidelity, and the panning is smooth and natural. The fight aboard the boat (when we first catch up with adult Indy) is an assault on the ears, with crashing waves sweeping in thunderously from seemingly every direction. Subtle cues abound—softly chirping birds during the establishing shot of Marshall College, for example, the clamor of anxious students in the surrounds when Indy skips out on his office hours, or the airy echo of conversation in the church library. The canal chase in Venice is a highlight too, as the freighter’s spinning propeller chops Indy’s boat into pieces. Gunfights, cannon fire, the Nazi rally in Berlin, motorcycle chases, air combat, the belly of the zeppelin with its distant humming propellors, the metallic rumble of the interior of the tank—there’s great spacial work in virtually every scene. This is a brilliant object-based surround mix. Additional audio options include Spanish, French, Italian, and Japanese 5.1 Dolby Digital, and Japanese and Russian 2.0 Dolby Digital. Subtitles are available in English, English for the Hearing Impaired, Cantonese, Danish, Spanish, French, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin, Dutch, Norwegian, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Finnish, Swedish, and Thai.



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