Field Of Dreams (4K Ultra Hd/Blu-Ray/Digital/30Th Anniversary Edition)
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|Genre||Science Fiction & Fantasy|
|Contributor||FIELD OF DREAMS (4K ULTRA HD/BLU-RAY/DIGITAL/30TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION)|
Considered one of the most inspirational movies of all time, Field of Dreams is an incredible story starring Kevin Costner. "If you build it, he will come." With these words, Iowa farmer Ray Kinsella (Kevin Costner) is inspired by a voice he cannot ignore to pursue a dream he can hardly believe. Ray begins the quest by turning his ordinary cornfield into a place where dreams can come true. Also starring Ray Liotta, James Earl Jones and Amy Madigan, Field of Dreams is a heartwarming experience that has moved critics and audiences like no other film of this generation. This unforgettable film is a glowing tribute to all who dare to dream.
- Aspect Ratio : 1.85:1
- Language : English
- Product dimensions : 1.78 x 19.05 x 13.72 cm; 81.65 Grams
- Manufacturer reference : BR61202316
- Media Format : Digital, Blu-ray
- Release date : 14 May 2019
- Actors : FIELD OF DREAMS (4K ULTRA HD/BLU-RAY/DIGITAL/30TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION)
- Subtitles: : Portuguese, French, French Canadian, Japanese, Spanish
- Language : Japanese (DTS-HD 2.0), English (DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1), French (DTS-HD 2.0), Portuguese (DTS 5.1), French Canadian (DTS-HD 2.0)
- Studio : UNIVERSAL
- ASIN : B07PKC8DYM
- Number of discs : 2
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After I’ve watched a film on disc I really like to go through any extras on there which might give some background to the production of the film. Field of Dreams is a good case in point as there is a short film ( on the dvd) that gives you a good insight into the problems they faced in production. Now I really enjoy this kind of thing so when I upgraded to blu ray I was so disappointed to find that there are no extras at all. None. Why?
This is a trend I’m noticing more and more with blue rays, which means I have to hang on to the dvd which I would otherwise pass on to someone. This in turn will create storage problems in future. I know this sounds trivial to some but it’s beginning to bug me now. So to the manufacturers I say come on, you’re getting our money twice so give us the full package please.
And it is also a film about a nostalgic desire of reconnecting to the past and win death in order to celebrate what can still keep us alive.
A film that still believes in the american dream, in a refreshing way that finds a new start from our little everyday things, our community, a house in the field, wind at night blowing across the corn.
Costner is moving and pure in his genuine performance, confirming his self-contained, natural, effortless acting style (which makes a star without glamour), while Lancaster makes his last magic gift to the audience. And that is the real and emotional miracle of the film: something hard to forget, like he decided to leave his heritage through this lovely little story.
Blu ray is quite good and preserve the gentle light of the film
It was nominated for best picture in 1989 because it struck a cord with so many people, it's not just the thematic heart of the film that delivers, it's also the actors on show who perfectly realise this delightful tale. Kevin Costner is surrounded by great workers in Ray Liotta, James Earl Jones, Amy Madigan and Burt Lancaster, and he wisely lets these actors dominate the scenes that he shares with them, it's something that is an often forgotten good point of Costner's performances; that he is comfortable to let his co-stars dominate important narrative snatches. However, he is the glue that binds the whole film together, it's quite a naturally engaging performance that rightly gave him the star status he would achieve post release of the film.
As a born and bred Englishman I don't profess to appreciate just how much a way of life Baseball is to Americans, but I do have my own sports in England that I'm happy to dream the dream with in equal measure, and with that I understand all the themes in Field Of Dreams big time. Most of all, though, I can involve myself with its family values, the dream of dreams, and because it's undeniably pure escapist cinema for those who aren't afraid to let their respective guards down for a wee short while, the rewards are many. With a lush James Horner score evocatively layered over the top of it and John Lindley's photography almost ethereal at times, production is suitably in the fantasy realm.
Never twee or over sweet, Field of Dreams is a magical movie in more ways than one. A film that manages to have its cake and eat it and then closes down with one of the most beautiful endings of the 80's. Field of Dreams, still hitting Home Runs after all these years. 9/10
telling the story of a corn farmer who sacrifices planting corn to build a baseball field where eventually ghosts of famous baseball players come to play. A fine family film with Burt Lancaster & Ray Liotta also having starring roles.