Sunday, February 7, 2010

Die Hard Movie Series Launched in Blu-Ray

Die Hard stands out as the famous action packed series of Bruce Willis as the New York Cop John McClane. This movie is among the best action films of the past Two-and-a-half decades. Every one of the movies of the Die Hard series have become launched in DVD and Blu-Ray discs. The famous quote belonging to the movie – “I’m at the wrong place at wrong time”, isn't unfamiliar to Die Hard fans.

Once when Die Hard was considered among the best trilogies till the final film within the series, Die Hard-Live Free or Die Hard, was launched which surpassed box office expectations. People feared that it might be the worst movie of the Die Hard Series, however with the special effects and good direction , Die Hard 4. won accolades with its strict storyline that deals with the next threat to America.

Now everyone enjoys the Die Hard Collection at home in Blu-ray format. In the first three movies he was a regular cop who utilizes his physical strength and presence of mind to successfully navigate throughout the hardest of situations.

Within the last episode it had been expected that Bruce Willis’ s character would be the smart detective who understands how to play the intelligence game, but he still remains the original bullheaded police detective who knows two things – his guns and his guts. Because of this perhaps, Bruce Willis is usually considered among the best action hero actors of Hollywood, though he might not fly and kick just like a ninja, he can drop a thug using a punch from his hand.

Every episode from the Die Hard film series is loved by action lovers as well as normal cinema lovers due to brilliant acting, strong story plot, sleek editing, suspense, superb action shots, and off course. the man, Bruce Willis. Because he is always in a position where he is helpless and must either live or die, the viewers always root for McClane. Typically he must kill or either get killed in an effort to complete the plot.

All films from the Die Hard series are now in Blu-ray and they are presented in the original 2.35 aspect ratio in addition to being encoded in MPEG4 AVC at 1080p resolution. The image is intact in the Blu-Ray edition and the film includes great enhanced color. The flesh tones are accurate and shadow details are also good. This is essential for films that occur mostly at night or in dark environments. The very first episode from the series filmed some twenty years ago won't have that slick presentation that you will get with Blu-ray, however, you can have better display quality and good viewing experience over the original format.

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