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Barry Lyndon [Blu-ray] (Bilingual)


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  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English, French
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • Release Date: May 31 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (59 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004VT39KY
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,816 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)


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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Alexandre Tremblay on April 12 2012
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
If you are searching for a complete Blu ray of this movie, here it is! There is 7 languages tracks + 20 subtitles tracks. If you don't find your language here, you are very unlucky!

The sound is ok, not complains here.

The image is actually not perfect. It's sometimes grainy and some scenes are little blurry. I don't know if it's the best Blu Ray of this film available, but the movie is old and maybe they could not do better, I don't know.

But it's ok overall and this should not stop you from buying this movie apart if you are searching for the absolute clear quality. But is it even possible with a movie 37 years old??
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By rayre1 on May 17 2014
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
Haven't seen this film in a very long time.Blu ray looks amazing.Kubrick is the best.His films are timeless.I'm amazed this film isn't more popular.Costumes,locations are just beautiful.Great film.
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By Ctibor Ustohal on Feb. 9 2013
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
Promt delivery, great service.
I do have a very good experience dealing with Amazon.ca. Sometimes the prices of dvds, compare to other companies, seem little steep. Ctibor Ustohal.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jeffrey Leach on June 9 2004
Format: DVD
When director Stanley Kubrick lensed a film based on William Makepeace Thackeray's novel "Barry Lyndon," many fans wondered why. Why would a man who made the science fiction classic "2001: A Space Odyssey," a film set in the future about man's move into outer space, go so far into the past to film a story about a guy social climbing his way through the nineteenth century English aristocracy? Good question. Fortunately, the answer, if there is one, isn't nearly as important as the fact that Kubrick made the film. "Barry Lyndon" may well rank as the finest piece of cinematic art made in the last thirty years. I personally love watching period piece films, and this movie ranks at the very apogee of the pictures from the genre that are often made but rarely successful. The only other film I have seen that matches Kubrick's eye for detail and flair for style is Eric Rohmer's "The Marquise of O," another film lifted from the pages of an early nineteenth century writer. Both of these men, but especially Kubrick, seemed to realize that the only way we can understand the distant past is to look closely at the things they left behind. Therefore, "Barry Lyndon" borrows heavily from paintings, letters, and accounts of the era. It's very difficult to spot an anachronism in this film. The movie has a timeless, ageless feel most other period pictures fail to capture.
The story follows the trials and travails of an Irishman named Redmond Barry (Ryan O'Neal). Born into poverty on a small farm, Barry first runs into trouble during his teens when he falls in love with his cousin. The family seeks to remove young Redmond from the picture because an English officer, a Captain Quinn, has taken a shine to the girl.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Continental Op on March 28 2004
Format: DVD
"Barry Lyndon" is Stanley Kubrick's forgotten "masterpiece". Sandwiched chronologically between "A Clockwork Orange" (1971) and "The Shining" (1980), it has received less adulation from the press and public than some of Kubrick's other triumphs ("Dr. Strangelove"; "2001: A Space Odyssey") and did poorly at the box office upon its initial release in 1975.
Based on the 1844 William Makepeace Thackeray novel "The Luck of Barry Lyndon" (with some of the usual artistic liberties that Kubrick often took with his adaptations of books) this film follows the travails of Redmond Barry, an 18th century, hot-headed, charmingly unscrupulous Irish rapscallion who will stop at nothing to join the ranks of the British aristocracy.
Through a series of mishaps and misadventures, we follow Barry from his native Ireland through the Seven Years' War (1756-63), through the grand gambling palaces of Europe where he eventually woos and marries the beautiful and wealthy Lady Lyndon and adopts her name, much to the chagrin of her son Lord Bullingdon, who vows never to let Barry achieve his dream of joining the gentry.
Kubrick's ace-in-the-hole is his D.P. John Alcott who deservedly won an Oscar for Best Cinematography. Shot in Ireland, Germany and England, the viewer constantly gets the feeling of viewing a classic 18th century painting. It never gets dull watching the absolute beauty of this film, and I personally marvelled at all the hard work that must have gone into making it.
The music is also wonderful, as Kubrick once again shows excellent taste in which music fits a particular scene.
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By Dean Noble on April 3 2009
Format: DVD
I first watched this movie years ago, when I was 25 years old. When I first saw it, I was shocked at the sheer epic monumental beauty of the images. I knew that this was no ordinary movie.
This is an arthouse Felliniesque depiction of the 17th Century. The movie is based on the William Makepeace Thackeray, writer of The Book of Snobs, novel Barry Lyndon.
The film starts with gritty picaresque beginnings at a squalid upcountry house. Then the movie simultaneously escalates the viewer and main character Barry Lyndon, into the houses of the extremely rich.
Mean sticks of furniture are replaced with Baroque roccoco finery and seventeenth Century chamber music.
Replete with the famous epic Kubrickian pullaway camera shots that he liked, Barry Lyndon is The Hundred Years War meets Hollywood.
Barry meets his Faustian demise as the denouement of the movie takes us down to a resolution point of poverty and a loathesome and debauched life of penury and destitution.
.....worth a watch!
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