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Overall it's just a fun movie to watch, if you can get over your stomach turning.
He has even gone so far as to develop new technology so he can more convincingly capture actors portraying the characters he then has animated.
Very good movie with great special effects; the computer animated characters look almost real.
The video held my students attention and was an excellent way to culminate the unit on Anglo-Saxon Literature.Published 7 days ago by Nequoia
Great insight into the culture and values of Europe's barbarian ancestors. A bit bloody at times, but that was their world.Published 21 days ago by Paul D. Roy
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|differnce from theatrical version||
I just watched the Director's Cut, and I didn't see anything at all that was different from the theatrical version. No change in dialogs, no extended or altered scenes... I'm really confused what was changed.
Feb 28, 2008 by J. Friant | See all 7 posts
yea i saw beowulf in 3-d and it was good. i am also gonna wait it out hopefully a 3-d version will come out shortly.
Feb 24, 2008 by Oscar Portillo | See all 10 posts
|when do preorders ship||
It will ship on the release date. Sometimes they ship the day before, but you still won't get it until after the actual release date.
Feb 13, 2008 by The Face of Boe | See all 4 posts
|Wheres The Blu-Ray Version?||
First of all, Paramount is the studio behind Beowulf and Universal Pictures is the studio responsible for American Gangster, and they both pretty much supported HD DVD from the beginning (referring to the Paramount 18-month contract with HD DVD). Even though HD DVD is technically dead, this film... Read More
Mar 1, 2008 by Watcher | See all 4 posts
|Equilibrium on HD DVD "OOP"||
Its not OOP just yet but its limited availability!
Mar 27, 2008 by J. Smith | See all 2 posts
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