Green Mile, The Collector's Edition [4k Ultra-HD]
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"Oscar Winner Tom Hanks Stars in Stephen King's Magical, Epic Drama. Nominated for four Academy Awards, including Best Picture, this emotional, touching film about miracles and the power of redemption stars Tom Hanks as prison guard Paul Edgecomb. When a giant of a man is brought to death row, Edgecomb and his fellow guards discover something very unusual about their new charge, John Coffey (Oscar nominee Michael Clarke Duncan). Convicted for the sadistic murder of two young girls, but behaving almost childlike himself, Coffey seems to have a supernatural gift of healing living things. Expectations are turned upside down and the guards' sense of humanity is awakened in this astonishing adaptation of Stephen King's compelling novel. "
- Language : English
- Package Dimensions : 16.9 x 13.7 x 1.7 cm; 120 Grams
- Media Format : Collector's Edition
- Language : English (DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1)
- ASIN : B09QL7X9ZL
- Number of discs : 2
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Well yes, and in this movie the colours and sound are far superior, well worth the upgrade, especially on the mile, when John socks and exhales the respective illness, also the colour of the floor is totally different, simply a better quality movie all round.
A truly brilliant film anyway.
The Blu-ray transfer is excellent considering what is, the most part, a film with plenty of low lighting (meaning that detail isn't as well defined during the photography) and so while the film doesn't have the screen-piercing definition that companies such as 'Lowry Digital' can offer through their transfers, this is about as good as the film will ever look. It reveals colour and detail that leaps over the DVD, and at this price, is a no-brainer purchase.
Just a pity that the U.S got a fancy edition of this in a very smart 'Book' case (with pages of photographs and text), but since its region free you could always opt for that.