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Prometheus 3D & 2D (With Digital Copy) (Blu-ray)

Released on 08 October 2012

Featuring: Michael Fassbender, Charlize Theron & Idris Elba

Format: Blu-ray | Rating: 15 years & over

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Returning to the genre he helped define, Sir Ridley Scott has crafted the most unforgettable experience of 2012 in Prometheus. This gripping, thought-provoking and often terrifying masterpiece features a stellar ensemble cast including Charlize Theron, Michael Fassbender, Guy Pearce, Noomi Rapace, Logan Marshall-Green and Idris Elba and is a must-have for any self-respecting film fan.

After scientists Elizabeth Shaw (Rapace - The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo) and Charlie Holloway (Marshall-Green - Devil) discover mysterious cave drawings that point to the origins of mankind, they soon find themselves aboard the spaceship Prometheus, sponsored by Weyland Industries and on a journey to uncover the secrets of humanity. Overseen by the imperious Meredith Vickers (Theron - Snow White & The Huntsman), looked after by the android David (Fassbender - X-Men: First Class), and backed up by a team of scientists Shaw and Holloway arrive on the isolated moon LV-223 to discover an abandoned alien spaceship and the truth... that not all is as it seems...
  • * Artwork subject to change

  • Over 7 hours of extra features!
  • Furious Gods Documentary (205 minutes)
  • Enhancements Pods (66 minutes)
  • Weyland Archive (111 minutes)

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 Great!

| | See all RWT2009's reviews (2)

Great bluray set!

Loads of extra's.

However, digital copy needs to be downloaded rather than being inculded on an enclosed disc which sucks up almost 2gb of Internet usage.

For some reason us UK residents only get a 3 disc version which excludes the dvd version that every other country seems to get as part of a 4 disc version.

 amazing film

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Ok first off im just gonna say that alot of people seem to be totally missing the point of this film and instead expecting a bog standard alien slasher film...WRONG. The original wasnt that and neither is this, they both share that minimal action but huge on suspense feel. What most people are failing to take in is that this film is all about evolution and questioning the origin of mankind and how that evolved. People who expecting the alien they know and love will be disapointed due to ignoring the previous statement, this film is set many moons before the original and before LV-426. This introduces us to the first of its kind facehugger before evolving over the years to how we know it and the same with the alien at the end, just the same as we did from monkeys. As for the film quality itself its a beautiful picture thats stark and mute in colour but the cinematography and art style is beautiful. The 3D is a natural style with no gimmick in your face moments so the long dark tunnels of the engineers base feel huge and stretch out deep into the background, landscapes feel massive and deep. One particular great bit is the scan of the pyramid on the table which is just amazing in 3D. The DTS:MA 7.1 is a wonderious thing that just surrounds you with atmosphere and is spot on. Acting it great too from everyone you got a few stereotypical characters in there which is fine. Overall a brilliant thought provoking film that questions our origins and what we done wrong and if part 2 goes ahead then i cant wait

 GOOD FILM, BETTER IN 3D

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Just got my copy 3 days before release of play-com and could not be more happier. Went the cinema to watch this movie in 3D and the transfer to 3D tv is not a let down. The film its not alien or aliens so dont look to disappointed as its not a straight prequel but a stand alone film set in the same universe. The extras are great and lots of them and some secrets are let loose on what might be next in the series. So this is a must for any Alien or Sci-Fi fan. Buy this and turn the brain of and just watch and enjoy and dont look to much into the movie.

 'Prometheus has landed'

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I enjoyed 'Prometheus' myself I have to say. But only after I had watched it in cinemas twice and let it bubble around my brain for a few days afterwards and also have some conversations about it with other people.

Ridley Scott's sci-fi epic that sorta is and sorta isn't a prequel to his own 'Alien' is indeed a very different film to what I think many were expecting it to be. That was fine and didn't bother me because I didn't especially want to just see Xenomorph's running around tearing flesh apart. I can watch the 'Alien vs Predator' films for that really. 'Prometheus' has bigger fish and themes and ideas to fry and if it doesn't entirely succeed in making complete sense out of itself (seemingly intentionally) then it remains fascinating for what it tries to do more than what it succeeds at. There are BIG ideas bubbling around the crew of the 'Prometheus' and her crew's journey into the stars following what they believe to be an invitation to try and knock on the front door of our Creation story itself...................but like any large door, they will discover that some are not supposed to be opened by us. And while it doesn't succeed in making them all work 'Prometheus' primary advantage remains that it at least HAS ideas within it.

With mostly good performances (especially Micheal Fassbender as David but also Noomi Rapace as Elizabeth Shaw - our new Ripley like strong female centrepiece), some utterly beautiful set design and startling visual effects and one disturbing sequence in particular that gets as close as any other 'Alien' universe film ever has to creating a rival to John Hurt's famous sequence the film only starts to really lose it's way once it seems to realise that it only has about a half hour left to bring itself to a conclusion. The final third is where the film starts to feel rushed and begins to lose focus. However, there are going to be substantial additional scenes on thehome release version of the film in the form of deleted scenes which may well help this section of the film out. At the moment, I'm inclined to think Ridley Scott and Damon Lindelof do have some inkling of where they want to take 'Prometheus' (and my hope is that it tangenitises further away from 'Alien' specifically rather than slavishly going towards it) because the film itself quite blatantly sets itself out by the end as only a piece of a much larger story. That's a flaw in the film as well in fairness, but it appears the film has been successful enough that at least one sequel may just come along. Hopefully, with Ridley Scott returning at the helm as well.

I would actually want to give it more along the lines of three and a half stars, but I wouldn't give it as low as three so I'm giving it four stars at this point.

This version of the film comes fully loaded with the 3D version of the film, the standard 2D version and is also fully kitted out with a wealth of extra material including the massive documentary 'Furious Gods: The Making of Prometheus' which itself has links to even more material (inluding literally hundreds of concept art photos and drawings) and exhaustively covers the making of the film from inception to it's final version. There are two commentary tracks (one from Ridley Scott and a combined commentary from the two writers Jon Spaihts and Damon Lindelof) and a further extensive set of deleted scenes running to over 30 minutes of material. There are areas where the criticism's the film recieved are addressed quite openly but I guess it would be up the viewer to decide whether or not that helps with their reception of the film (since I don't think there's been a more divisive film this year).

All in I still want to see what happens next!

 Masterpiece

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Visually stunning and thought provoking. Yeah it leaves questions unanswered but that's what sequels are for.

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ActorsMichael Fassbender, Charlize Theron, Idris Elba, Ben Foster, Guy Pearce, Noomi Rapace, Logan Marshall-Green, Kate Dickie, Sean Harris, Rafe Spall, Benedict Wong & Lucy Hutchinson
DirectorRidley Scott
Certificate15 years and over
Year2012
ScreenWidescreen 2.40:1
LanguagesEnglish - English - DTS-HD Master Audio (7.1)
Additional LanguagesSpanish ; French Canadian ; Portugeuse ; Russian ; Hindi ; Tamil ; Telugu ; Ukrainian
SubtitlesEnglish for the hearing impaired ; Latin Spanish ; Danish, Finnish ; Norwegian ; Brazilian Portuguese ; Russian ; Swedish ; Estonian ; Latvian ; Lithuanian ; Ukrainian