Bridge to Terabithia [Blu-ray] (Bilingual)
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Presented by Walt Disney Pictures and Walden Media, BRIDGE TO TERABITHIA soars to exhilarating new heights on Blu-ray Disc(TM). Based on the Newberry Medal-winning book, this heartwarming classic about the power of friendship and the magic of imagination is more inspiring than ever in this breathtaking format! Tired of being bullied at school and misunderstood at home, new friends Jess Aarons and Leslie Burke escape into the woods, where Leslie opens Jess's mind to the amazing kingdom of Terabithia. It's a secret land where they reign supreme among the giants, ogres and other fantastical creatures they create. Now, seeing -- and hearing -- is believing, as Blu-ray virtually "transforms" this imaginary realm into mind-blowing reality with astoundingly rich picture clarity and resounding, spectacularly enhanced audio. Live the adventure, cross the "Bridge" as if for the very first time, and allow yourself to be transported with Disney Blu-ray -- the Magic of High Definition.
Backstage -- "Digital Imagination: Bringing BRIDGE TO TERABITHIA TO LIFE"; "Behind The Book: The Themes Of BRIDGE TO TERABITHIA"; Music Video -- AnnaSophia Robb: "Keep Your Mind Wide Open"
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When I heard that the story was being made into a movie, I wondered what they would do with it and was a bit concerned that the heart of this tender tale would not be well served by Hollywood. Well, I needn't have worried - director Gabor Csupo did a skillful job of driving this one and keeping it faithfully on the road from start to finish. I confess I had not heard of most of the young actors but that turned out to be a definite advantage - for me, they really did become the characters they were portraying. Here is a kid who doesn't fit in at school and, as the only son (with four sisters) at home, doesn't seem to feel any real connection with his father either. Not a happy time of this little guy's life! Then he meets and makes a new friend (Lesley) - and it's magic. I won't ruin the story for anyone here - I really hate that! However, I will say that, together, they find Terabithia and, at the same time, learn to live in and understand more about their real world. (That bullies have often been bullied.....)
There's no getting around this - there is a very sad part of the story and some people may worry about their children being upset. The movie deals with the "bad stuff" realistically but doesn't dwell on it. When reading the book and it came to "that part", my daughter (who has the tenderest heart in the world) was less upset by it than I was!
Some young neighbours have told me that this is their favourite movie EVER - even beating Harry Potter (high praise indeed!). I have to say that it is one of my favourites too - for children or otherwise.
The movies starts with what I found to be an incredibly stirring opening scene. We follow Jess as he goes about doing the 2 things he most loves...running and drawing. After a few moments his drawings start to come to life, even flying around him as he runs through countryside. with an incredibly moving main title playing in the background, this is the look, and feel, and sound of imagination set free, of limitless possibilities, of what being Human is all about. I knew from these first few minutes that this was going to be something very special. It was, from beginning to the final fade out.
The movie's main theme is, as the movie title suggests, a bridge...the bridge we build to connect with another. It is shown to be the magical process that it is, as we watch Jess and Leslie become best friends. It is all the more magical in that both Jess and Leslie are, more or less, loners, outsiders. By building a bridge between them, this encourages them to build bridges with others. Leslie befriends a misunderstood 8th grader, Jess reaches out to a teacher that he likes (for those who think it's inappropriate, you are cynical and paranoid). It really is something beautiful to watch..and listen to, as the soundtrack is quite amazing.
Oh, for those out there that think this is not a movie for children (age 8+ should be fine IMHO), give children some credit and stop trying to protect them from EVERYTHING.
"Bridge to Terabithia" is not a special effects movie but a movie about a special friendship. Jesse Arons (Josh Hutcherson, "Zathura") is taunted, teased, and bullied at school and takes refuge in his drawing, but his family is oblivious to his artistic talents. Then Leslie (AnnaSophia Robb, "Because of Winn-Dixie") walks into his life as the new girl in class. As extroverted as Jess is introverted, Leslie turns out to be a kindred spirit whose talent is for writing. At first Jess treats her as horribly as everybody else as the new girl assumes the spot at the bottom of the school's pecking order.Read more ›
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Enjoyed this movie immensely (kid @ heart). The storyline was different for its time - shot well and very colorful. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Dance99
This movie is a great family movie! The story will make you cry. It reminds you of how powerful a child's imagination can be! My grandchildren loved it.Published 18 months ago by RachelK
Really happy I found this movie. Looked for it for a very long time. Very pleased with the purchase. It arrived on time!Published on Nov. 14 2013 by Kimberley
this movie is a real masterpiece! Magical, wonderful Story for both young & old. We are also very pleased with this purchase of Bridge to Terabithia It, is a great movie in full... Read morePublished on Sept. 28 2013 by Gretchn & Pets .. xo
thank you for this video , we enjoyed it! we hope to shop more movies in the future with you!Published on Aug. 15 2013 by kuni nungaq
I saw this on Tv but only the last half. I wanted to see it all and I really enjoyed it. I will look at it againPublished on Feb. 21 2013 by Karen Mudge
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