Bloodsport 4K & Blu-Ray Steelbook - Limited Collector's Edition [2023]

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Bloodsport 4K & Blu-Ray Steelbook - Limited Collector's Edition [2023]

Bloodsport 4K & Blu-Ray Steelbook - Limited Collector's Edition [2023]

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Bloodsport is more than just the sum of its pretty flimsy parts, not only remaining a solid debut for Van Damme, with some spectacular martial arts action, but also the birth of MMA, UFA and even Mortal Kombat. In his youth, American Frank Dux (Jean-Claude Van Damme) was taught the art of ninjitsu by Japanese martial arts master Senzo Tanaka. For more about Bloodsport 4K and the Bloodsport 4K Blu-ray release, see Bloodsport 4K Blu-ray Review published by Randy Miller III on April 28, 2023 where this Blu-ray release scored 4. Description: In his youth, American Frank Dux (Jean-Claude Van Damme) was taught the art of ninjitsu by Japanese martial arts master Senzo Tanaka. Bloodsport's passing attempt at a plot is the absolute bare minimum you could possibly require to get you to watch what feels like the best part of an hour of fight montages and one big fat climax.

I thought the Kalifornia one was from Infinity and Capelight, but I confused that - it´s from Capelight only. There they used the matte finish with spot-gloss, that I like more than the coarse leather ones, they use for their UHD-releases. Dialogue remains well prioritised (even the obviously dubbed / ADR work), taking precedence where required, whilst effects enjoy the bustle of the Hong Kong streets, the car noises, crowds, splashing across boats, and - of course - the painful body blows that dominate the fight sequences and land with suitably engaging LFE impact. Read more about the condition New: An item that is still in its original shrink wrap from the manufacturer and the original manufacturer’s seal (if applicable) has not been removed.Blu-ray edition, which squeezed both this film and Timecop on a dual-layered disc via the outdated VC-1 codec. But it is just about enough, endearingly unravelled and frequently quite spirited in its depiction of Van Damme's young, heroic actions (the 'chase' across HK streets where CID agents are trying to arrest him is absolutely farcical - clearly intentionally so - with Van Damme literally dancing his way out of trouble), whilst the tournament is built up to biblical proportions - brick smashing, death-punch-throwing fantasy, and strained, sinew-popping, full-face screams that are now the subject of countless internet memes and gifs. These all-new bonus features are entirely in English with optional German subtitles and can be found on both discs. Their Ultra HD Blu-ray delivers a frequently excellent 4K picture that's not without its limitations - partly the result of the original filming style.

We will introduce you exclusively to Newpay finance products provided by NewDay Limited under this Introducer Appointed Representative arrangement. Both Mediabooks are excellent designs, one of them looking distinctly like the old VHS packaging the media had back in the day, however the Steelbook variation shouldn't go unmentioned - it might be lacking in the booklet that's in the other two sets, but it does deliver a surprisingly effective, simple, design, with embossing and debossing on the frame, the title and - perhaps most surprisingly - Van Damme himself. This edition was sorely needed as the UK has had to settle for a dvd release since ‘03The extras are fantastic and really make this steelbook release feel special. Bloodsport (1988), starring Jean-Claude Van Damme, Donald Gibb, Leah Ayres, Norman Burton, and Forest Whitaker.Probably the most expensive ‘standard’ edition I’ve bought, but definitely my favourite Jean-Claude Van Damme film. die als "Komplett bezahlt" im System gespeichert ist, erhalten Sie Bonuspunkte im Wert der gesamten Bestellung. Also so many special features on this thing I haven't even watched them yet because I always run the film again instead. Hertzog's era-specific original score enjoys a much more substantial presence in the rear while not sounding overcooked. Still, it's hard to complain really as, for the most part, it looks pretty glorious for Van Damme's '88 breakthrough.



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