The Last Of The Mohicans - Ultimate Edition - Bd
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|Contributor||LAST OF THE MOHICANS ULTIMATE EDITION|
|Runtime||1 hour and 52 minutes|
An epic adventure and passionate romance unfold against the panorama of a frontier wilderness ravaged by war. Academy Award® winner Daniel Day-Lewis (Best Actor in 1989 for My Left Foot) stars as Hawkeye, rugged frontiersman and adopted son of the Mohicans, and Madeleine Stowe is Cora Munro, aristocratic daughter of a proud British Colonel. Their love, tested by fate, blazes amidst a brutal conflict between the British, the French and Native American allies that engulfs the majestic mountains and cathedral-like forests of Colonial America.
- Language : English
- Product dimensions : 13.49 x 17.09 x 1.8 cm; 80 Grams
- Item Model Number : VVE1811
- Media Format : Blu-ray, Import
- Run time : 1 hour and 52 minutes
- Release date : 4 September 2019
- Actors : LAST OF THE MOHICANS ULTIMATE EDITION
- Studio : ViaVision
- ASIN : B07T3KFF38
- Country of origin : Australia
- Number of discs : 2
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There has never been a movie before that has touched me as much as this one. The acting is excellent, the reconstruction of historical settings and the accurate presentation of native tribes, colonials, and French/British military forces adds considerable authenticity to the movie. I recommend this movie as a must watch.
The Mohican's speech in the end is not complete, only the first part is there. The second part of the speech is much desired. I've it in a much older DVD.
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Now if only the director M. Mann came to his senses and released his original ~3h cut of the film. =) Additional character development/action scenes would undoubtedly delight the multitude of fans of this classic worldwide.
1) The Ultimate Edition is not another version of the 1992 movie. Instead, what is delivered are two discs .... one marked "Theatrical Version", the other marked "Director's Definitive Cut" There are differences in these two discs in the bonus material offered, and closed-captioning is present on the Definitive Cut disc. For extensive info on the differences (audio and visual and script) in the four (five?) versions of this 1992 movie, see the entry about this movie at the IMDb web-site.
2) Both discs played OK on my Sony UBP-X700 player. They may, or may not, play OK on a different player. Take your chance here.
3) For me, I thought that the Theatrical Version has noticeably better audio, and perhaps a slightly better picture (on a Sony XBR-65X900E). I wasn't able to compare the sight/sound of these two discs with that of their predecessors of a few years ago.