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Zero Dark Thirty (With UltraViolet) (Blu-ray)

Released on 10 June 2013

Featuring: Taylor Kinney, Jessica Chastain & Scott Adkins

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For a decade, an elite team of intelligence and military operatives, working in secret across the globe, devoted themselves to a single goal: to find and eliminate Osama Bin Laden.

Zero Dark Thirty reunites the Oscar winning team of director-producer Kathryn Bigelow and writer-producer Mark Boal (The Hurt Locker) for the story of history's greatest manhunt for the world's most dangerous man.
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customer Reviews

 Average rating (2 reviews)

 Keep your friends close and your "Frenemies" closer!

| | See all SECTION8's reviews (1336)

Top 10  Reviewer Top 10 DVD Reviewer

The secret of a great film is although we know how it ends it keeps us on the edge of our seats. As we know this is as close to facts as possible of how the hunt for the worlds most wanted man ended. In Binladen's case not very well. Director Kathryn Bigelow leaves no stone unturned of how the CIA and other intelligence groups gathered as much data to zone onto their target. The film is set into three parts. The first is quite uncomfortable viewing as intelligence is extracted via any means possible. The second is following the leads and meeting a lot of dead ends, the final thirty minutes is the raid. The raid is some of the most knuckle chewing bits of film making I have seen in years, as the operation almost failed and the fall-out could have started a war. We know how it ends, but how it is executed is very well done, no patriotic flag waving, Binladen's death is done in an uncompromising matter of fact fashion not giving rise to fanatical death calls. This is a hot potato subject and the film has the common sense not to choose sides. The target was killed and lessons on who to trust in the future must be learnt. the simple fact is trust no one!
Although released at the start of 2013 Zero Dark Thirty has to be a strong contender for one of the best films of the year, even though it didn't get the oscar ( probably due to the subject matter ) It's not an action film, and the attention to deatail my be exausting to some, but stick with it, as this is a film you'll be talking about long after the end credits have rolled.
See If You Like......
Argo.
Black Hawk Down.
Body Of Lies.
The Kingdom.
Munich.
Hurtlocker.
The Greenzone.

 Keep your friends close and your "Frenemies" closer!

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Top 10  Reviewer Top 10 DVD Reviewer

The secret of a great film is although we know how it ends it keeps us on the edge of our seats. As we know this is as close to facts as possible of how the hunt for the worlds most wanted man ended. In Binladen's case not very well. Director Kathryn Bigelow leaves no stone unturned of how the CIA and other intelligence groups gathered as much data to zone onto their target. The film is set into three parts. The first is quite uncomfortable viewing as intelligence is extracted via any means possible. The second is following the leads and meeting a lot of dead ends, the final thirty minutes is the raid. The raid is some of the most knuckle chewing bits of film making I have seen in years, as the operation almost failed and the fall-out could have started a war. We know how it ends, but how it is executed is very well done, no patriotic flag waving, Binladen's death is done in an uncompromising matter of fact fashion not giving rise to fanatical death calls. This is a hot potato subject and the film has the common sense not to choose sides. The target was killed and lessons on who to trust in the future must be learnt. the simple fact is trust no one!
Although released at the start of 2013 Zero Dark Thirty has to be a strong contender for one of the best films of the year, even though it didn't get the oscar ( probably due to the subject matter ) It's not an action film, and the attention to deatail my be exausting to some, but stick with it, as this is a film you'll be talking about long after the end credits have rolled.
See If You Like......
Argo.
Black Hawk Down.
Body Of Lies.
The Kingdom.
Munich.
Hurtlocker.
The Greenzone.

 I'm not your friend..........I'm bad news!

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Top 100 DVD Reviewer

Director Kathryn Bigelow and writer Mark Boal reunite following the Oscar success of The Hurt Locker, and they're back on winning form. A story of revenge? A story of obsession? A story of resilience? Zero Dark Thirty can be viewed as many things.

This is the story of the 10 year hunt for Usama Bin Laden following the 9/11 attacks on America. It's a story where everyone knows the ending, yet it never fails to keep you engrossed for the entire two and a half hour run time. Extremely controversial upon its theatrical release, many people were shocked and labelled it as "pro torture". Far too much was made of this rather than focussing on what makes this movie such a tour de force.

It serves as a great companion piece to the Hurt Locker in terms of artistic style and this familiarity is welcoming because it can at times appear hard to follow with name after name being thrown at you within the opening half an hour, and it will rely on you having some understanding of the story as very little exposition is provided. "What follows is based on actual events" appears at the start and realism is the key to its success, the performances are strikingly real, with Jessica Chastain fully deserving of her Oscar nomination. In fact the entire cast are on top form.

Some people will say its too wordy or information overload but if you stay the course and give it the attention it deserves you will be rewarded with a thoroughly engrossing, intelligently written and wonderfully executed espionage thriller of extreme significance.

Top rate filmmaking.

The transfer................

Sony Pictures have granted this movie with an MPEG-4 AVC encoded, 1.85:1 framed, 1080p transfer onto a 50GB Blu-ray disc of reference quality.

The film was shot using the Arri Alexa digital camera and the resultant images are some of the finest available on Blu-ray. Sony Pictures have once again come up trumps with yet another stunning release.

Every aspect of this discs presentation is a resounding A plus. Colours are naturally vibrant yet never appear over saturated. Blacks and darks are inky and rich with excellent delineation. Contrast is spot on and skin tones are strikingly accurate.

Detail and texturing are lifelike. The image at times is staggering with pin sharp clarity and incredible depth.

We suffer no issues with over compression, no digital artefacts and no digital enhancements, just a picture to die for. Stunning.

The audio must also get a mention too as its one of the best you will find on the Blu-ray market.

THIS DISC IS REFERENCE QUALITY

Movie 5/5 Transfer 5/5

Only the limited extra's let this down. Massively recommended.

 I'm not your friend..........I'm bad news!

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Top 100 DVD Reviewer

Director Kathryn Bigelow and writer Mark Boal reunite following the Oscar success of The Hurt Locker, and they're back on winning form. A story of revenge? A story of obsession? A story of resilience? Zero Dark Thirty can be viewed as many things.

This is the story of the 10 year hunt for Usama Bin Laden following the 9/11 attacks on America. It's a story where everyone knows the ending, yet it never fails to keep you engrossed for the entire two and a half hour run time. Extremely controversial upon its theatrical release, many people were shocked and labelled it as "pro torture". Far too much was made of this rather than focussing on what makes this movie such a tour de force.

It serves as a great companion piece to the Hurt Locker in terms of artistic style and this familiarity is welcoming because it can at times appear hard to follow with name after name being thrown at you within the opening half an hour, and it will rely on you having some understanding of the story as very little exposition is provided. "What follows is based on actual events" appears at the start and realism is the key to its success, the performances are strikingly real, with Jessica Chastain fully deserving of her Oscar nomination. In fact the entire cast are on top form.

Some people will say its too wordy or information overload but if you stay the course and give it the attention it deserves you will be rewarded with a thoroughly engrossing, intelligently written and wonderfully executed espionage thriller of extreme significance.

Top rate filmmaking.

The transfer................

Sony Pictures have granted this movie with an MPEG-4 AVC encoded, 1.85:1 framed, 1080p transfer onto a 50GB Blu-ray disc of reference quality.

The film was shot using the Arri Alexa digital camera and the resultant images are some of the finest available on Blu-ray. Sony Pictures have once again come up trumps with yet another stunning release.

Every aspect of this discs presentation is a resounding A plus. Colours are naturally vibrant yet never appear over saturated. Blacks and darks are inky and rich with excellent delineation. Contrast is spot on and skin tones are strikingly accurate.

Detail and texturing are lifelike. The image at times is staggering with pin sharp clarity and incredible depth.

We suffer no issues with over compression, no digital artefacts and no digital enhancements, just a picture to die for. Stunning.

The audio must also get a mention too as its one of the best you will find on the Blu-ray market.

THIS DISC IS REFERENCE QUALITY

Movie 5/5 Transfer 5/5

Only the limited extra's let this down. Massively recommended.

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ActorsTaylor Kinney, Jessica Chastain, Scott Adkins, Mark Duplass, Mark Strong, Chris Pratt, Joel Edgerton, Harold Perrineau, Kyle Chandler, Frank Grillo, Stephen Dillane, Jennifer Ehle, Senem Temiz, Lee Asquith-Coe & Jason Clarke
DirectorKathryn Bigelow
Certificate15 years and over
Year2012
ScreenWidescreen 1.85:1
LanguagesEnglish - DTS-HD Master Audio (5.1)
Additional LanguagesEnglish Audio Description ; French ; Italian ; German ; Spanish
SubtitlesEnglish for the hearing impaired ; French ; Italian ; German ; Spanish ; Danish ; Finnish ; Icelandic ; Norwegian ; Swedish
Closed CaptionsYes
Duration2 hours and 37 minutes (approx)