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The Others [Blu-ray]


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  • Actors: Nicole Kidman, Christopher Eccleston, Fionnula Flanagan, Alakina Mann, James Bentley
  • Directors: Alejandro Amenábar
  • Writers: Alejandro Amenábar
  • Producers: Bob Weinstein, Eduardo Chapero-Jackson, Emiliano Otegui, Fernando Bovaira, Harvey Weinstein
  • Format: Dubbed, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Dubbed: French
  • Region: Region A/1
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: PG-13
  • Studio: Alliance Films
  • Release Date: April 6 2010
  • Run Time: 104 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (414 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0028RABSE
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #9,565 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)


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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By DM Bunny on Jan. 2 2010
Format: Blu-ray
Unfortunately , Amazon have placed over 400 reviews of the DVD version of this fantastic movie on the blu-ray edition release page , creating a totally false impression of what it really is.
The bargain bucket Canadian company Alliance have distributed this classic chiller and turned it into a disaster movie.
It is not even 1080P but has been transferred at 1080i (interactive) - why on earth is any company which wants to be considered serious and not a joke is doing this in this day and age is beyond me.
Worse is to come , they haven't even transferred the extras from the dvd edition - this is the first time I have seen a blu-ray that has not a single extra .
Even more staggering - it doesn't even have a MENU - the film just starts immediately like a stripped down pirated version devoid of any frills whatsoever.
The quality of the image is slightly better than the standard DVD ( as it obviously should be ) but not much - and that is hardly surprising considering they have used only 16 GB total space on the disc.
The actual video bitrate hovers around 15 mbps - about half what a new blu-ray release delivers or should deliver.
The audio fares better , a dts hd ma 5.1 english track along with dolby digital 5.1 in English & French but take away the size of the audio ( about 5 GB ) and you are left with a video transfer ( AVC 4.1 ) that uses only 10 GB when the capacity of a blu-ray release is about 46 GB total.( although the disc used in this release is only single sided at a paltry 25 Gb )
A barebones release and a total failure in my eyes - this great film deserves far better treatment than this and hopefully a more preofessional company will release it elsewhere in better conditions.
Very disappointing Alliance - a one star low budget cheap (not in price) release.
Don't be fooled by the gushing DVD reviews on this page - they have nothing to do with this release on blu-ray !!!
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By bernie TOP 100 REVIEWER on Dec 23 2013
Format: Blu-ray
Grace runs a tight ship and does not believe her daughter when the daughters tell her she sees others. In the light of day it may be curtains for Grace Stewart (Nicole Kidman) and her children Anne (Alakina Mann) and Nicholas (James Bentley).

I could compare this to several other films but it is really unique and worth the time to watch. And possible watch again for the nuances. This has turned out to be one of my favorites and I still watch it periodical.
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Format: DVD Verified Purchase
an American psychological supernatural gothic horror thriller film - a normal person in a disturbing situation - film achieves its effects through lighting, music and direction rather than conventional shocks - Its atmosphere created by cinematographer
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By Daniel Jolley TOP 50 REVIEWER on Jan. 4 2003
The Others is an absolutely incredible movie. Only too rarely does a movie come along that can absolutely stun you all at once with its implications. The ending of this movie absolutely caught me unawares, and in one single instant, before the movie even told me what was happening, a blow of shocking revelation hit me right in the stomach. Few movies deliver a personal epiphany to the viewer, but The Others does just that. I cannot point to any part of the film that was not perfectly done. Nicole Kidman gives her best performance ever, carrying the audience along with her character's pain and confusion. The children plays their roles remarkably well, with all the subtlety and believability required to make this movie succeed as a psychological masterpiece. The three servants were magnificent, although I did not appreciate the true greatness of their performance until the end. The house itself is very much a character in the movie, and the darkness, gloominess, and vulnerability it projects into every scene is palpable. There are surely great challenges to directing a movie with such an atmosphere and darkness and isolation, but not only did a twenty-eight year old Alejandro Amenabar direct a masterpiece, he also wrote the screenplay and composed the musical score. The music, without a doubt, greatly magnifies the effects of the increasingly tense, otherworldly atmosphere.
This movie was quite different from what I expected from the trailers I had seen. It definitely has the power to frighten and unnerve its audience, but this is so much more than just some kind of psychological horror. Anyone passing the movie by as just another haunted house story is robbing himself/herself of a great experience.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Steven Y. on July 10 2004
Format: DVD
Alejandro Amenabar's "The Others" is a reminder that very good films need not be glitzy or gimmicky. Neither is an excess of special effects or action sequences required. Film is an exercise in storytelling and good films succeed in telling their story well no matter how small and quaint the film may appear to be.
Grace Stewart (Nicole Kidman) and her two children, Nicholas (James Bentley) and Anne (Alakina Mann), live in a manor off the British coast. Three strangers arrive one day in answer to a placed advertisement for domestic help. For some strange reason, the three strangers prove to be familiar with Grace's house. Mrs. Mills (Fionnula Flanagan), Lydia (Elaine Cassidy), and the gardener Mr. Tuttle (Eric Sykes) soon immerse themselves in the daily routine of the manor, but the mood of the house suddenly seems changed with them around. Is there something to the strangers or is Grace's imagination just getting the better of her?
"The Others" revels in its simplicity. This is a film reminiscent of an earlier era in terms of filmmaking craft but it does not at all feel like a time-displaced relic when viewed through the filter of modern sensibilities. A legitimately unsettling atmosphere is created under the deft direction of Amenabar and Kidman is granted a wonderful opportunity to put her acting talents on display. She takes full advantage of her chance to carry a film on her own and succeeds admirably. Kidman is the emotional and dramatic catalyst of the story and the film as a whole would have been far less effective had she faltered. Flanagan, Cassidy, and Sykes are also great as the sweet but creepy strangers. From the outset, we know that there is something amiss by their arrival on the scene but we cannot put our finger on it. A tip of the hat to Amenabar for keeping us in suspense until the very end. Good work all around.
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