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Old 05-07-2019, 10:45 AM
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With skill and stylized camerawork that never feels cheap, Ridley Scott's Black Hawk Down is a terrifying portrait of war and the brotherhood between soldiers. The 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray crash lands with a gorgeous HDR10 presentation and an immersive Dolby Atmos soundtrack, but the same set of supplements as its predecessor. Still, the overall package is Highly Recommended.

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I blind bought the SteelBook today and judging by the scores on this review, I made a wise choice. I never got this on BD, but what I remember from watching it on DVD, it was a pretty powerful movie.
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I blind bought the SteelBook today and judging by the scores on this review, I made a wise choice. I never got this on BD, but what I remember from watching it on DVD, it was a pretty powerful movie.
Easily one of the best war films ever made. And damn; the US got a steelbook??? Canada strikes out again....
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Easily one of the best war films ever made. And damn; the US got a steelbook??? Canada strikes out again....
Very little difference in the cover art, but they did move the text above the picture instead of in the middle of the picture... (compare it to the cover in the review, which is standard release)

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