NEW Connery/baldwin/glenn - Hunt For Red October (Blu-ray)
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Harrison Ford plays the Russian commander in K19 and plays a more convincing role. The Russian commander in Red October is played by Sean Connery who plays Sean Connery, basically the same character he plays in every movie. Listening to Connery English/Scottish accent trying to emulate a Russian accent is kind of humorous. Same with Same Neill. Baldwin does his typical manic style of acting, which I usually like, but seems a bit over the top in this movie.
Red October clearly had a bigger budget than K19, but K19 did more with what they had. I would call Red October more of a Popcorn style of adventure movie, meaning enough action, sets, special effects, middling suspense and adequate acting for its 135 minutes length. After all any movie that has Tim Curry playing a Russian doctor, pretty well tells you the level of drama the studio was aiming for. It was enjoyable for what it was but it's not likely that I'll watch this one a second time.
The film’s cinematography is excellent – well, apart from what appears to me to be a rather poor green screen shot in the final scene. It can’t be easy to film the bulk of a movie within the close quarters of a submarine – granted, the Red October is pretty freakin’ huge for a sub, but it’s still a sub. Director John McTiernan may be known for blowing up everything in sight in Die Hard, but there really are no extravagant special effects in this movie.Read more ›
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This DVD replaced the original video of many years ago. We were delighted that we could find a replacement. Thank you so much.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
One of my favorite movies. Good quality audio and visual. Not as good as if it had originally been filmed in Hi-Def but a good transfer anyway. RecommendedPublished 4 months ago by Fred T.
I enjoyed watching this movie...Sean Connery is one of my choice actors.Published 6 months ago by Fraser