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The Light at the Edge of the World [Blu-ray]
Amazon.com: 33 件のカスタマーレビュー
Horribly Low-grade Transfer2019年1月7日 - (Amazon.com)
I have barely made it past the titles, and I'm already regretting not shelling out the cost (double the near $15 I paid here) for the out-of-print copy elsewhere. The visual quality is barely worth 1/3 the price. Color is washed-out. Image isn't anything close to crisp. This looks like it was copied from an old VHS tape at slow speed. You have to be really desperate to obtain this film to tolerate this poor copy.
Terrible video quaility single-layer DVD-R2019年8月25日 - (Amazon.com)
The $9.99 new DVD that ships from Amazon appears to be a home-made DVD, not a professional release. It is a single-sided DVD-R with terrible video quality. The widescreen movie is clipped down to a 4:3 aspect ratio. The movie is over 2 hours in length, but doesn't even fill the single-layer DVD-R, which contains only 3.8 GB of video data (using GB to mean a billion bytes). It is branded as a "Mr. FAT-W Video" release. I had not heard of them before, but will avoid them like the plague from now on.
Awful Quality - Blurred, Badly Cropped - Possibly Counterfeit.2019年5月1日 - (Amazon.com)
This is a shockingly bad copy. I don't mean old recorded off TV VHS quality (acceptable) - I mean old MPEG 90's video conversion. Not only that but badly cropped also. This is a good movie ruined by what seems to be a counterfeit copy - do not waste your money!
Mark K. Rempel
Unusually graphic film of a Jules Verne novel2014年2月25日 - (Amazon.com)
Most Jules Verne books are rather innocent, but this film adaptation of his Le Phare du Bout du Monde (1905) is dark and vicious, with a man being flayed alive on a hook. Thus it ventures from an extraordinary voyage to a horror film. And a horror film is what I would call it, on the survivalist sub-genre aspect. I found it disconcerting to watch, and would not recommend for those looking for something like In Search of the Castaways. I must admit I have not read the novel, but I do know that Verne's later fiction was darker and more cynical than his earlier, more famous books. This is evidently one of his last books and based on the film, a horror tale of survival.
It Still Speaks To Me2010年3月15日 - (Amazon.com)
I saw this once years ago on TV and I never forgot it. I'm looking for the DVD now and it's hard to find. This is one of those movies that divides people--you love it or you hate it. Those who hate it often mention how boring it is. Yep, no car chases or sex scenes to speak of. No lasers zapping anybody. And mention Jules Verne and people think "kids movie." But what kind of action do you expect on a deserted island off the coast of South America? And this is anything but a kids movie. There is some physical action, but most of the action is spiritual and psychological and boy, is there plenty of that. It really made me think, and feel, back then. The Kirk Douglas character could not forget his lost love. I had a girlfriend who swore she loved me and that she was mine forever who dumped me without a word of explanation. I felt like him, and I've got to see this again. As one reviewer said, it is "haunting."