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Labyrinth [Blu-ray]

4.8 out of 5 stars 477 customer reviews

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  • Language: English, French, Portuguese, Spanish
  • Subtitles: English, French, Portuguese, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French, Portuguese, Spanish
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: PG
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 477 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B0016BPWNM
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #22,782 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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LABYRINTH - Blu-Ray Movie

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Format: DVD
Labyrinth is my favourite film of all time. I loved it when I watched it as a girl (albiet it scared the jeepers out of me) and I love it now years later.

This edition has quite a number of excellent special features. All the featurettes are excellent and are a half-hour or longer (where most DVDs have 15 segments). There is lots to learn about how the puppets were done, technical contruction, casting, writing, etc. Full of interesting tidbits for the die-hard Labyrinth fan.

The commentary with Brian Froud is entertaining and despite Froud having to carry the commentary by himself, he keeps the viewer engaged as he reminisces about the film and tells cute stories. Plus he has a very jovial voice and truly loved making the film, which helps alot.

My one critique is the lack of reflection from Jennifer Connelly and David Bowie. Playing the two main characters (and certainly two very defining ones in my childhood) I was hoping for a commentary with the two of them. Sadly I was disappointed.

It would be BRILLIANT if in the next issue of this movie they included a commentary from them - together. I am eager to hear from both their perspectives on this AMAZING film.

And Sony, I PROMISE I will purchase the release! You have my word.

Beautiful film, beautiful transfer, excellent special features (though lacking Connelly and Bowie).
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Rather than relying on modern cinematics and special effects, Labyrinth instead relies on the talent and imagination of it's creators. It combines the talents of Set Designer M.C. Eshcher, Producer and Director, the infamous Jim Henson, and of course, the talented fantasy artist and designer Brian Froud. This combination creates an absolutely fun, and magic filled journey through the naivete of childhood that can be shared by the young and old alike.
Jeniffer Conolly is superp as Sarah, and David Bowie even more superb as Jareth, The Goblin King. The casting couldn't have been more perfect, as both artists became legends in their own right in that their appeal has lasted through the decades, and so, has the film. It remains a cult classic.
If anything, the lack of special effects has made it's appeal even more undeniable, as it cannot be dated. Too many times has it occured with films that as speical effects develop, the films lose their appeal. As the film relies on the fantastic nature of not only the genre, but the spectacular muppetry, the film retains it's beauty, despite it's simplistic cinematics...
A must see for all lovers of the fantsy genre...and of course Jim Henson or David Bowie fans...
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On its' release this little gem of a film was overlooked and not the hit it deserved to be.
The story centres around Sarah, a teenager, who resents her stepmother and Toby, her baby stepbrother and 'wishes' for the goblins to take him away. When they do Sarah finds herself journeying through the labyrinth of the goblin king (Bowie) in order to save him.
She befriends an assortment of creatures such as Hoggle, a grumpy dwarf type being and Ludo, a massive, hairy beast who has a gentle nature. They accompany and help Sarah on her way to the goblin king's castle where Toby is being held.
Jim Hensons workshop has worked it's usual magic and the film is littered with songs written and performed by David Bowie.
This film is pure entertainment for any age group, well worth watching.
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By A Customer on Dec 14 2005
Format: DVD
I was just a kid when this film came out. I used to love it for its great music and the imaginative sets, creatures etc. Now when I watch it I see the bildungsroman aspect of the work and I can appreciate it at a whole new level. This is one of those classics that will never die and can be appreciated by both young and old. I love it and highly recommend it.
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By Neurosky TOP 1000 REVIEWER on Jan. 14 2007
Format: DVD
You can't explain this film. Many tried to explain it to me before I saw it, and each of them said the same thing I am going to tell you: it's one of a kind, you just have to see it.

A young girl slips into a deeper world when she wishes her baby brother away. Here she enters the world of Labyrinth, where this way might be that way and a lie can be a truth and you never really know anything for sure until you've experienced it for yourself. Jim Henson's brilliance shines, in one of his best accomplishments. Puppets gallore. Starring David Bowie and Jennifer Connelly. Unforgettable moments abound.
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By E. A Solinas HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on Jan. 11 2015
Format: DVD
A child is kidnapped, and the only way for his sister to save him is to navigate a bizarre magical labyrinth... and confront the Goblin King.

That's the simple premise behind "Labyrinth," a coming-of-age fantasy set in a very odd fantasy world. It rests partly on the acting talents of David Bowie and Jennifer Connelly, but also on the glorious sets and special effects -- and the sense that we've been thrown into a world where magic is dangerous and wild. At times it's a bit too silly, but the overall effect is a magnificently otherworldly one.

Teenage Sarah (Connelly) loves to lose herself in fantastical daydreams, so she's irritated to be stuck babysitting her crying baby stepbrother. But after she idly wishes that the goblins would steal him... it actually happens. Then the Goblin King Jareth (Bowie) challenges her -- she has only thirteen hours to navigate a hazardous, ever-changing maze. If she fails, her brother will be a goblin himself.

As she rushes through the Labyrinth, Sarah encounters a grumpy dwarf named Hoggle (Brian Henson), a gentle beast, a vulpine knight (David Shaughnessy) and many other bizarre creatures who help and/or hinder her. Jareth himself is trying to sabotage her progress -- but no longer just because of the child. Now he's become fascinated by Sarah, and wants her to be his forever.

"Labyrinth" was not a commercial success when it was first released, and in fact caused Jim Henson to fall into a depression because he had hoped for better. But it's not hard to see why it became a cult success -- it's a hybrid of "The Dark Crystal" and "Alice in Wonderland," melding a fantasy quest with a coming-of-age journey. And of course, it has David Bowie as a rock'n'roll goblin. Who couldn't love that?
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