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NEW Jackson/taylor/denman - Shutter (Blu-ray)

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  • Shutter (Unrated) [Blu-ray]
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  • Product Dimensions: 17.8 x 14 x 0.6 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 68 g
  • Item model number: 52390
  • ASIN: B0019X3YXC
  • Date first available at May 22 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
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20th Century Shutter (Unrated) (Blu-ray)A young photographer and his girlfriend discover mysterious shadows in their photographs after a tragic accident. They soon learn that you can never escape the past as aghost continuously haunts them.

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Usually originals are better and here again this mantra aplies. dvd very good condition upon delivery. But one can do without this movie. But out of curiosity its fun to see the difference in between them especially when its the same director who did the american version. Probably producers got in the way i'm sure
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4.0 out of 5 stars the flow of this movie was perfect, it got a 4 star because they basically ... June 29 2016
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this almost got a 5 star, the flow of this movie was perfect, it got a 4 star because they basically tried to create a ghost without using any special effects or the appearance of a ghost, but focused on having the ghost appear in reflections and actual 1990s polaroid pictures, have to give them credit of being creative enough to pull off a nostalgic theme and actually pulled it off, this film didn't come across as cheap in any way, the ending was very satisfying once the truth comes out at the very end of why the ghost was harassing them, it has that dude from dawson's creek so they did go to the expensive of doing something more traditional with it's own charm
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5.0 out of 5 stars One of the better Japanese cooperative efforts Nov. 6 2008
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First off, unless I'm mistaken, this is a remake of a movie from Thailand -- so I was a bit surprised when it ended up becoming a sort of Japanese-Hollywood hybrid.

Of course, the whole concept fits very well with the Grudge-like Japanese genre, and the Thai version was likely also inspired by that sub-genre of horror, so in the end that's beside the point. I just felt the need to question whether this is "just another J-Horror crossover".

Anyway, having lived in Japan for nearly a decade, I found this one hit very close to home and was authentic and believeable.

Compare to a show like Heroes that uses Japanese-Americans and Korean-Americans pretending to be Japanese with awful accents - or reading clocks with Kanji digits... well, let's just say it was nice to see some real Japanese actors who weren't playing to American stereotypes.

See, I knew more than a couple of American guys who dated Japanese women, and stories of the Japanese girlfriend who refused to say goodbye -- often bordering on the creepy stalkerish type -- were not rare.

Something about being a Gaijin and the way Japanese relationships are rarely as casual at their core makes the girlfriend who could not say goodbye story ring very true here.

I also knew a few less than wholesome American guys there with awful reputations, and the "ugly American" in this movie likewise hits the nail on the head.

These realistic, drawn-from-tales-of-experience background story elements make Shutter more than the typical watch the teens die one by one type of B flick, and made it very entertaining for me. I also found it to be more realistic than the Grudge remake because of their less than pretty take of the American guy in Japan.

If you are a guy (or girl) who lived in Japan for a while, you'll enjoy the authentic feel of this one. If not, it may just be "another J-horror crossover" to you.

It's a buy for me!
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3.0 out of 5 stars Technically Well-Made, But Few Surprises March 29 2008
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Without question, this type of film has been done before. Very similar to the Grudge and The Ring, however the plot is not as sharp as The Ring. Joshua Jackson gives a decent performance, but he is not as intense as he usually is in other films. He does add some credibility to the film, however, and there are a few scenes that will make you jump a little. This is not a gore-fest, obviously, and there are less shocking moments that past films of this genre, but if you are a fan of your basic remakes of J-horror films, this will satisfy your appetite just fine. This is not four or five star quality stuff, but giving it one star is selling it way short in my opinion. It suffers from only a lack of originality, and nothing more.
4.0 out of 5 stars Four Stars July 7 2015
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5.0 out of 5 stars Camera at the Ready Aug. 25 2008
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Shutter is an English Language version of the Thai original that is as nuanced as it is diverse. In an attempt to bring some films to English Cinema, the concepts are transposed entirely, sometimes in part.
The Camera of a New York native photographer who is now working in Japan starts to capture the image of the "ghost". The wife is the prime vehicle for seeing the ghosts, and as stated in many of the DVD features ( Commentary etc) the Wife is the way the audience is supposed to see the events and experience the Japanese culture. As I have stated in other reviews, the unrated version has again proven itself to be the de-facto gold standard, since this is a gem of a scare, which supposedly differs from the cinematic piece. It is really not clear if this is the case, and it is just a subjective judgement, but the film seems to suffer to some degree from a non-english speaking Director, especially in the dialogue scenes, but it is clear from the Features that he brings a wealth of spooky experience to the non-verbal material, and it is why this material stands out so very well. It is to this end that the latter part of the film ( past 45 minutes) starts to pick up speed from non-verbal material and where the Director has taken some scenes from the original.
Great Commentary. Works superbly well... not exactly entertaining, but it is extremely informative. The features are genuinely good, and at points intensely spooky.Its not the Ring, but its extremely good.

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