Blu ray film reviews – The Phantom Menace. In a galaxy far far away, Jedi Knights Qui-Gon Jinn and Obi-Wan Kenobi discover a plot by the trade federation to invade the peaceful world of Naboo, they rescue Princess Amidala and after escape are forced to land on Tatooine where they find a young boy called Anakin Skywalker, the force is unusually strong in Skywalker.
Blu Ray Film Reviews – Rio Bravo. A powerful rancher’s brother thinks he can kill a man and get away with it but he reckoned wrong, Sheriff John T. Chance arrests him and vows to hold him until the Marshal arrives but its going to be a long wait and the rancher’s hired guns are only too willing to shoot a man in the back for a gold coin. The Sheriff must hold his prisoner and all he has for help are a crippled old man, a drunk and a young gunfighter, he also has more than just a little interest coming his way from a woman called Feathers. Can Chance hold out or will he die trying.
Blu Ray Film Reviews – Charade. There is wonderful use of lighting in this film, you can see an example in the image to the right, the director of photography was Charles Lang, he had worked with Audrey Hepburn before on the film Sabrina and would work with her again on Paris When It Sizzles, How To Steal A Million and Wait Until Dark, Lang had been in the industry many years and was an experienced DP, his work on Charade is not his best but it is very good.
Ghostbusters was originally written as a vehicle for Dan Ackroyd and John Belushi, after Belushi died they brought in Bill Murray and the rest is history.
Ghostbusters was a box office smash and spawned one sequel to date with a possible third film coming out within the next few years.
Sigourney Weaver also stars in Ghostbusters and you can see a clip of her from the movie to your left of this text
Click the picture to view some blu ray screencaps and read my thoughts on the film transfer.